7 Books I Read and Fell in Love with in 2019

If you’ve read my previous posts of this kind (2016, 2017, 2018), you already know how it goes:

  1. This is a list of books I read in 2019; not all of them came out that year (but most did);
  2. The books are listed in the order in which I’ve reviewed them, not by how much I loved them (I’ve also included their release dates according to Amazon);
  3. I’m sticking to one book per author, but I reserve the right to include in the HONORABLE MENTIONS another work by an author who is present in my FELL IN LOVE WITH section.

That’s it.

Without further ado, here are the seven books I FELL IN LOVE WITH in 2019, followed by five HONORABLE MENTIONS. We start off with Continue reading

My To Review List for July 2019

It’s really odd to me that it’s only July 7th, I’m just writing this post, and I’ve already reviewed two of the three books that are on this list. In chronological order, we have…

Vampire Detective MidnightVampire Detective Midnight, Book 1

Vampire Detective Midnight - Vampire Detective Midnight, Book 1 by JC Andrijeski

Author: JC Andrijeski

Themes and genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy, Mystery, crime, detective, vampire, psychics

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Vampire with a past and homicide detective, Naoko “Nick” Tanaka just got transferred to the NYPD, where he works as a “Midnight,” or vampire in the employ of the human police. Like all state-registered vamps, he gets his food delivered to his door, lives in government housing, and basically can’t sneeze without the U.S. government knowing about it Continue reading

What I Think about Vampire Detective Midnight by JC Andrijeski (Book Review, GIVEAWAY and Excerpt)

Vampire Detective Midnight - Vampire Detective Midnight, Book 1 by JC Andrijeski

Vampire Detective Midnight – Vampire Detective Midnight, Book 1

Themes and genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy, Mystery, crime, detective, vampire, psychics

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

Vampire with a past and homicide detective, Naoko “Nick” Tanaka just got transferred to the NYPD, where he works as a “Midnight,” or vampire in the employ of the human police. Like all state-registered vamps, he gets his food delivered to his door, lives in government housing, and basically can’t sneeze without the U.S. government knowing about it.

Still, he’s determined to play by the rules. More than anything, he just wants to be left alone, to finish out his immortality in peace… but he’s barely there two weeks when things already start to go sideways Continue reading