Saturday, January 18, 2014

Bunny Express Saturday 2014 (Jan 18)




Bunny Express Saturday is hosted every Saturday at Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews.

I received these in the mail this week.

For Review:



 




Shadowdance: The Darkest London Series: Book 4

Once a heart is lost in shadow

Life has been anything but kind to Mary Chase. But the Society for the Suppression of Supernaturals has given her purpose. Now she's been tasked with catching a vicious murderer dubbed the Bishop of Charing Cross. But someone is already on the case-and the last thing he relishes is a partner.

Only someone who lives in darkness can find it.

Jack Talent has been alone with his demons for many years.


He never expected to have the willful Mary Chase assist him on the Bishop case. Their age-old rivalry reaches new heights-even as their desire for one another reaches a fever pitch. Though he aches to bring her close, Jack's dark secrets are a chasm between them. With dangerous enemies closing in, Jack must find the strength to face the past or risk losing Mary forever.











Last Chance Knit and Stitch

Molly Canaday wishes she could repair her life as easily as she fixes cars. She was all set to open her own body shop in Last Chance when her mother ran off and left her to manage the family yarn shop instead. Now guided by the unsolicited-though well-intended-advice of the weekly knitting club, Molly works to untangle this mess. But her plan unravels when the new landlord turns out to be difficult-as well as tall, dark, and handsome.

Simon Wolfe returns to quickly settle his father's estate and then leave Last Chance for good. Still wounded by a broken heart, Simon is surprised when the town's charming streets and gentle spirit bring back good memories. Soon the beautiful, strong-willed Molly sparks a powerful attraction that tempts him to break his iron-clad no-commitment rule. Can Simon and Molly find a way to share work space-and build a future together in Last Chance?

Manga:









The Dark-Hunters: Infinity, Vol. 2 Paperback

Nick Gautier has enough trouble dealing with normal teenage problems: avoiding getting pummeled at school, talking to girls, staying out of trouble. Now Nick is facing a whole new world of challenges. As his powers develop, Nick sees supernatural (and potentially dangerous) creatures everywhere he looks. With the help of his Uncle Ambrose - who is actually Nick's future self communicating his thoughts across time-and his new tutor - the Grim Reaper - Nick must learn to control his abilities and elude the dark powers that seek to control him.










Bloody Cross, Vol. 1 Paperback

Half angel, half demon, Tsukimiya must drink pure demon blood to stave off the curse that will eventually claim her life. When she meets an angel named Hinata, he's eager to team up with the half-blood to take down a vampire that has been attacking humans. Tsukimiya is surprised to find that Hinata is a capable partner, but when the vampire is slain, it is Hinata who claims its demon blood, leaving Tsukimiya to be taken by the curse. In a last-ditch effort to save herself, Tsukimiya tries to drink Hinata's blood, now mixed with the vampire's pure demon blood. But in taking the blood that will save her, Tsukimiya has also transmitted the curse that will kill her. Hinata and Tsukimiya now share the curse and they're running out of time.









Are You Alice?, Vol. 3 Paperback

Hoping to prove his loyalty and thereby gain entrance to Caterpillar Alley so as to continue his quest to kill the White Rabbit, Alice submits to accompanying the Queen of Hearts as the monarch of Wonderland tours the realm and keeps the peace. But when the Queen turns his scythe on three young children who are guilty of disobeying royal orders, Alice instinctively steps in. By defying the Queen, will Alice lose his chance to become the real Alice in Wonderland and lose his head as well?

Thanks Hachette Book Group Canada/Yen Press!

1 comment:

Jane Hanbury said...

There are so many variations on the IMM theme, I get confused and stick to my own. Nice books, a lot of reviews to do there.
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