Monthly Archive: February 2006

Minion by L.A. Banks (O.G. version)

Minion by L.A. Banks (O.G. version)

Grade: B First thing’s first: I liked this book. The prose is clunky, the dialogue is awkward and expositional, and the pacing drags in the middle, but I felt compelled to read and finish...

A Quick Bite by Lynsay Sands

A Quick Bite by Lynsay Sands

Grade: D Woo-hoo, another contemporary vampire romance novel! Only this one features a vampire heroine who faints at the sight of blood! That’s hilarity, I tell ya. Pure comic brilliance. Oh, and I’m being...

Bitten and Smitten by Michelle Rowen

Bitten and Smitten by Michelle Rowen

Grade: C- You want to write a contemporary vampire romance with a “comedic twist”? Here’s the formula: Take a big city bimbo, turn her into a vampire, have her run around the city like...

Stroke of Midnight by Kenyon et al

Stroke of Midnight by Kenyon et al

Grade: C- I like reviewing anthologies. They’re quick, too short to get boring, and I don’t have to wade through pesky exposition to get to the meat of the story (sometimes). Besides, if the...