by LARA ADRIAN
Some of the first really hot vampire or paranormal books I read were in the Midnight Breed Series by Laura Adrian. Hot guys with some very amazing abilities for toe-curling, blush-inducing reads. The books are also suspenseful, adventurous, heroic and these feline vampires exhibit Jack-Bauer-like, do-the-right-thing-edness, but with more mad skills than Jack ever dreamed of having. These are the good guys, really, really good. And, of course there are bad guys making it all interesting. Of course the women are all brilliant and gorgeous (just like you and I). Dang, wish I had an ARC.
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At the crossroads of death and desire, a woman tastes a pleasure no mortal is meant to survive . . .
In the frozen Alaskan wilderness, former state trooper Jenna Darrow survives an unspeakable breach of body and soul. But with her narrow escape comes an even greater challenge. For strange changes are taking place within her, as she struggles to understand--and control--a new hunger. To do so, she will seek shelter in the Boston compound of the Order, an ancient race of vampire warriors whose very existence is shrouded in mystery. Perhaps the most mysterious of them all is Brock, a brooding, dark-eyed alpha male whose hands hold the power to comfort, heal . . . and arouse.
As she recovers under Brock's care, Jenna finds herself drawn to the Order's mission: to stop a ruthless enemy and its army of assassins from subjecting Earth to a reign of terror. Yet in spite of their resolve, a purely physical relationship without strings soon binds Brock and Jenna together with a desire fiercer than life and stronger than death itself--until a secret from Brock's past and Jenna's own mortality challenges their forbidden love to the ultimate trial by fire. http://www.laraadrian.com/home.php#quiet
BURN THE WITCH
Even if you haven't been alive as long as I have, you've probably heard about Monty Python's Flying Circus. Now, those gents were not Normal but I don't think they were Paranormal. But, this clip from, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, is about witch burnings. Is it just funny or is it Social Commentary????
Today I went into Borders where there were simply MOUNTAINS of Mockingjay. But I snagged the last copy of the TB Rolling Stone. No, they didn't have any out back, I was told. I am concluding that this issue is a collector's item now. I got it for the article
And this is shared from the Huffington Post.