May 29, 2013

Wednesday Wishes

Well I finally finished a TV series that I’ve always wondered how it all ended. Avatar: The Last Air Bender. Yeppers, I’m one of those.

Have to say it was a great ending, I wondered how Ang would save the world yet remain true to himself.

That said let’s get back to book loving.


Moonshifted by Cassie Alexander

Moonshifted (Edie Spence, #2)Get it: Amazon | Goodreads
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Series: Edie Spence, book 2

Moonshifted
An Edie Spence Novel
Cassie Alexander

After surviving a brutal vampire attack, Nurse Edie Spence is ready to get back to work—attending to supernatural creatures in need of medical help. But her nursing skills are put to the test when she witnesses a hit-and-run on her lunch break. The injured pedestrian is not only a werewolf, he’s the pack leader. And now Edie’s stuck in the middle of an all-out were-war…

With two rival packs fighting tooth and nail, Edie has no intention of crossing enemy lines. But when she meets her patient’s nephew—a tattooed werewolf named Lucas with a predatory gleam in his eye that’s hard to resist—Edie can’t help but choose sides. The question is: can she trust this dangerous new ally? And can she trust her own instincts when she’s near him? Either way, Edie can’t seem to pull away—even if getting involved makes her easy prey…

Currently I’m reading the first book and I’m enjoying it a lot. So of course I’m wish’n and hoping for the next book. And well the next ones . . .

Shapeshifted (Edie Spence, #3)Deadshifted (Edie Spence, #4)Bloodshifted (Edie Spence, #5)

The Blue Blazes by Chuck Wendig

The Blue Blazes (Mookie Pearl, #1)Get it: Amazon | Goodreads
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Series: Mookie Pearl, book 1

Meet Mookie Pearl.
Criminal underworld? He runs it.
Supernatural underworld? He hunts in it.
Nothing stops Mookie when he’s on the job.
But when his daughter takes up arms and opposes him, something’s gotta give…

The Blue Blazes – the first in a new urban fantasy series in which lovable thug Mookie Pearl must contend with the criminal underworld, the supernatural underworld, a new drug that makes the invisible visible, and a rebellious teen daughter who opposes him at every turn.

A review of this one on ATUF caught my eye. Only three words were needed from the review:

“Mobsters! Monsters! Violence!” –ATUF review by Chris

Yeah, I’m so there.

2 comments:

Angie F said...

I still need to read Nightshifted! I was going to pick it up once, but ended up choosing something else instead.

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Shera BookWhispers said...

I'll be honest Angie it took me a few tries to get into it. But it's fun. Should have a review up when I'm done with it.