Venom & Vampires
A collection with bite…Prepare to sink your teeth into 23 Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy stories featuring vampires, shifters, witches, demons, chimeras, and more from today’s NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, and internationally best-selling and award-winning authors!With over one million words of fiction and over 100 hours of prime reading material, this exciting collection will treat you to brand new worlds and inventive re-imaginings of our beloved monsters-in-the-dark. You won’t want to miss out on these stories with bite. We’re certain you’re gonna love it…to death!PreOrder VENOM AND VAMPIRES today to lock down YOUR copy of this Special Edition Collection!

Venom & Vampires Details

TitleVenom & Vampires
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 25th, 2017
PublishergenreCRAVE
Number of pages1,808 pages
Rating
GenreRomance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Anthologies

Venom & Vampires Review

  • Dianne
    January 1, 1970
    Currently reading Ashes by Amanda Pillar!
  • Amanda Pillar
    January 1, 1970
    I'm a contributing author, so I'm a bit biased
  • Jenny Bynum Black Words-White Pages
    January 1, 1970
    Read my full review of Hellhound by Rue Volley at http://blackwords-whitepages1977.blog...I have followed this author's work for years now and she has never yet failed in entertaining me and writing some really fabulous pieces of art.This is actually a remake of her original Hellhound and this one is even more brilliant than the original. I absolutely love this one even more. The characters were remarkable and believable. Halo really drew me into the story with her sass and uniqueness. I felt as Read my full review of Hellhound by Rue Volley at http://blackwords-whitepages1977.blog...I have followed this author's work for years now and she has never yet failed in entertaining me and writing some really fabulous pieces of art.This is actually a remake of her original Hellhound and this one is even more brilliant than the original. I absolutely love this one even more. The characters were remarkable and believable. Halo really drew me into the story with her sass and uniqueness. I felt as if I could really connect with Halo and her life.The story-line was intriguing and absolutely addicting. I was captured in each moment by the turn of every page. This story just grabbed and brought me right into the middle of the chaos that was Halo's life and I loved every minute of it.I do not recommend this read for readers under the age of 18, but I do highly recommend it. Rue Volley is a complete genius!
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  • W.H.
    January 1, 1970
    Review of Rue Volley's Hellhound (Episode One: Dead is Dead) Rating5 out of 5 Hearts"The truth doesn’t dissolve simply because you choose to ignore it."I have read many books written by Rue Volley, and in my honest opinion, this is one of her best stories yet. It grabbed me from the start. OMGosh! This is a great rewrite... one of favorites from this author, well written, easy to follow, and hard to put down. The main character, Halo Bay, is about to embark on an intriguing, life changing, and t Review of Rue Volley's Hellhound (Episode One: Dead is Dead) Rating5 out of 5 Hearts"The truth doesn’t dissolve simply because you choose to ignore it."I have read many books written by Rue Volley, and in my honest opinion, this is one of her best stories yet. It grabbed me from the start. OMGosh! This is a great rewrite... one of favorites from this author, well written, easy to follow, and hard to put down. The main character, Halo Bay, is about to embark on an intriguing, life changing, and twisted journey.I could identify with many aspects of this story, I don't want to go into details, as spoilers will ruin a book for some. Let's just say that Halo has had a dysfunctional start in life and certain things really knocked her for a loop.More Please?!!
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  • Bonnie Dale Keck
    January 1, 1970
    Not Kindle Unlimited, but got it on preorder at 99 cents which is still is at the time of this review.Casey Lane/Bryan Cohen I know from their superhero series so had to see what their story was about; 4 1/2 to 5 {icky romance stuff}.Ilana Waters' story is next & is book 0 of Mage Tales prequels. 3 1/2 to 4 maybe {do better reading her stories if done back to back not parts}J. E. Taylor am not familar with at all; 2 or so too chick lit/paranormal romance ick factor for me personally.Kory M S Not Kindle Unlimited, but got it on preorder at 99 cents which is still is at the time of this review.Casey Lane/Bryan Cohen I know from their superhero series so had to see what their story was about; 4 1/2 to 5 {icky romance stuff}.Ilana Waters' story is next & is book 0 of Mage Tales prequels. 3 1/2 to 4 maybe {do better reading her stories if done back to back not parts}J. E. Taylor am not familar with at all; 2 or so too chick lit/paranormal romance ick factor for me personally.Kory M Shrum somewhat recognize the name; this one was 2 or 3 as well, just couldn't personally get in to the story to care or it make sense.Martina McAtee don't recognize name, and would have to keep on giving a 2 or so, again too much chick lit not really supernatural for me.Boone Brux vaguely recognize name but not sure from that; 3 1/2 or 4 maybe, interesting premise, again bit too 'chick' for me.Amanda Pillar again sorta recognize name; 2 or 3 again, just way too much 'chick lit' stuff going on with some of these stories.Sharon Stevenson don't know the name; one of those 2 or 3 again, and again it's my aversion to chick lit sortakinda not really paranormal.Lynn Tyler don't know name; 2 maybe 3 again, and once again way too chick lit sortakinda not really paranormal overall.Jennifer Hilt another name don't know; 2 maybe 3 ,same personal issue with this story plus the back and forth timeline was confusing.Robert Armstron ditto on the name; maybe a 2, took forever to get to any supernatural part, kept losing my attention.Fleur Camacho no idea who this is; 1 as this story was full of sexual situations, so used as a crutch for cardboard characters and thinnest plot.SJ Davis never heard of; 2 maybe 3 because once again zoning out on a supposed supernatural story that was instead chick lit.Aileen Harkwood don't know; 2 maybe, it was chick lit mixed with teen 90210 angst and no idea just what this story supposed to be about.Milda Harris, don't think know this name either; 2 maybe typos and confusing things too much & another being stalked but thinking about a guy?Emma Nichols, not this name either; 2 at best, I read serial killer stuff and this was 'too much' and not enough actual story, convoluted and boring.Cate Farren, nothing on this name either; 2 at best, example of why I rarely buy anthologies anymore, rarely even ku if on there.Tage Crenshaw, don't know name never looking up; 2 at best, confusing, boring, no idea what story even about and don't care.Rue Volley vaguely remember name from email; 2 at best and will be unsubscribed from the 90210 teen yuck factor so won't see it again.Tracy Ellen no idea who this is; 2 at best, definitely won't be looking up this 90210/Housewives of {insert town}, boring, and HUH?Shay Roberts know him, read everything he's written some arcs; 4/5 used to good story overall or else no way would get thru 'chick parts'.Christine Ashworth don't know; 2 at best, didn't read twilight or watch any of movies don't want to read about it now.Kel Carpenter don't know name; 2 at best, even as much sci-fi as I've read, this made no sense and was confusing, at best.ALL ON ALL will stick to reading Casey/Bryan and Shay separately so just wait for their single book to come out, and Iliana will stick to reading her collections together. This whole collection averaged barely over a 2, so maybe a 3 or so total if averaging the highest possible scores. If I wanted 'romance' I would find a Harlequin; this Venom & Vampires: A Limited Edition Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy Collection -- see how far DOWN in the title/description 'romance' was, and NO, 'romance' is not the same as a bunch of people going around as if they're a bunch of horny teenagers, especially when it's supposed to be life and death, real DEATH situations. As for the ratings, please not such things as how I personally am used to reading stories, prequels {read with the rest of the book back to back}, if have read other stuff by the writer which could mean used to their books, subject matter, writing style, have background on the characters, etc. Am personally adverse to 'chick lit'/'paranormal ''romance'' by the way, and when it's merely a sentence or two about the supposed 'supernatural' part and the rest is the 'romance' it is NOT a 'paranormal romance' it's wannabe 50 shades of grey CRAP. Also quite horrible at remember most names and titles so that means little really. Note that when a writer's name is given that they may have co-written the story. *the 3 rating is to match the 3 rating on amazon
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  • Emily Pennington
    January 1, 1970
    Outstanding Assortment !!! I purchased this boxed set for the variety of 23 paranormal and urban fantasy stories it included. Below is a review of one of them by a relatively new author to me who has now become a favorite! The rest of the selections are also great reads, so you won't want to miss this set!>> Reviewing “Embracing the Witch” By Milda Harris <<Seraphine Winters was staring at the man in front of her who looked like a pale vampire. When she finally heard him say he was f Outstanding Assortment !!! I purchased this boxed set for the variety of 23 paranormal and urban fantasy stories it included. Below is a review of one of them by a relatively new author to me who has now become a favorite! The rest of the selections are also great reads, so you won't want to miss this set!>> Reviewing “Embracing the Witch” By Milda Harris <<Seraphine Winters was staring at the man in front of her who looked like a pale vampire. When she finally heard him say he was from the IRS, she figured that explained it – he was very busy and had no time for going out in the sun. This was her dream accounting job, right after college, and she was also pale from working long hours inside. The man, whose business card read “Athan Delano”, told her he was there for “the audit” which her boss had neglected to tell her about. She had to process timesheets for payroll, which normally took all day, so she would not have time to prepare for this too. He told her he would return tomorrow. She settled in for a long night at work.As she woke up, she was confused. She remembered going home and having wine, then going to bed. Now she was somewhere else, no longer in Los Angeles. A clock chimed the 3 a.m. hour and she recognized her grandmother’s house in San Diego!? How did she get here? She headed for the living room and her grandmother walked out of the kitchen. She had a blood-red tear on her cheek and was pointing to where a man was standing at the patio door!! Her grandmother animatedly spoke to him and ordered him out. Then Sera woke up in her bed! What was happening to her? Does this have anything to do with the other strange happenings? What kind of danger was she in… and from whom?I loved this story! The suspense started early in the reading as a pale man appears at Sera’s workplace. Then we find her waking up at her grandmother’s house with no idea how she got there. A strange scene happens and she wakes again back at home, only to have someone knocking on her door in the dark morning hours. The author skillfully kept the readers on the edge of the seat as they met each event, trying to figure out what was going on! This is definitely one of the first stories you should read. It is fast-paced, humorous, and suspenseful. All the elements of a great story! I loved it and highly recommend it!
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  • Katherine Tomlinson
    January 1, 1970
    As you might expect from the title, there are a lot of vampire tales in this book, but also werewolves, demon-hunters, witches, and a time-traveling dragon-shifter. The stories take place in the present, in the past, and in the ancient past (ancient Italy, ancient Greece, and ancient Africa). Some stories have a comic edge and some, like Kory Shrum's "A Vampire Calls," are downright tragic. (I had never read anything by Shrum before and was STUNNED by the power of the story.)Ilana Waters' tale o As you might expect from the title, there are a lot of vampire tales in this book, but also werewolves, demon-hunters, witches, and a time-traveling dragon-shifter. The stories take place in the present, in the past, and in the ancient past (ancient Italy, ancient Greece, and ancient Africa). Some stories have a comic edge and some, like Kory Shrum's "A Vampire Calls," are downright tragic. (I had never read anything by Shrum before and was STUNNED by the power of the story.)Ilana Waters' tale of witches in ancient Pompeii is punctuated by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, and her depiction of that eruption is done in "sensurround." Her description is filled with little details that make us feel the terror of the event. It's an excellent story and beautifully written. Also noteworthy is Shay Roberts' "Dragon Blood," a tale of a man colliding with his destiny while pursuing a somewhat unsavory occupation. He's a rogue in the "Peter Quill/Han Solo class of bad boys and immensely engaging.All in all, there's something here for everyone in a double dozen tales.
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  • Kim Pet
    January 1, 1970
    Great assortment of paranormal, and Dragon Blood by Shay Roberts is fabulous, definitely my favorite! The story of Tyler, a clever, witty and suave shifter who is learning his way in a new situation that he's found himself in- that of a dragon, is scorching! Couple that with a dragon hunter and those bent on eradicating or exposing the legendary dragons, and you've got a heck of a situation! Roberts, in true form, introduces and develops his characters with charm and style. His knowledge of medi Great assortment of paranormal, and Dragon Blood by Shay Roberts is fabulous, definitely my favorite! The story of Tyler, a clever, witty and suave shifter who is learning his way in a new situation that he's found himself in- that of a dragon, is scorching! Couple that with a dragon hunter and those bent on eradicating or exposing the legendary dragons, and you've got a heck of a situation! Roberts, in true form, introduces and develops his characters with charm and style. His knowledge of medieval combat, along with both historical and original, creative inventions keep the reader interested even as an aside from the labyrinth of a plot. Roberts unfolds Tyler's journey and Dragon Blood's scenarios with innovative challenges and road blocks along the way, and once you reach the end, you have come full circle. This is my favorite Heartblaze Novel of Roberts' to date, even though I feel the same each time I read another installment in this series! Dragon Blood has it all: mystery, intrigue, love, loss and hope, this is a must for any paranormal lover's shelf!
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  • Jane
    January 1, 1970
    I love box sets because there's always something I love in them. In this case, one of the treasures is Shay Roberts Dragons Blood so I thought I'd write a quick review of it while I read some of the rest.Dragon Blood is the exciting beginning of a new storyline in Roberts Heartblaze vampire and were world. Our hero is a slightly shady artifact hunter whose destiny finds him transformed into the rarest of creatures - a rainbow dragon. Manipulating time and space may be child's play to those of Ai I love box sets because there's always something I love in them. In this case, one of the treasures is Shay Roberts Dragons Blood so I thought I'd write a quick review of it while I read some of the rest.Dragon Blood is the exciting beginning of a new storyline in Roberts Heartblaze vampire and were world. Our hero is a slightly shady artifact hunter whose destiny finds him transformed into the rarest of creatures - a rainbow dragon. Manipulating time and space may be child's play to those of Aido-Hwedo's blood, playing in the timeline can have serious consequences. I loved following Tyler Buck as he jumps through centuries and continents, pursued by the KOR and monitored-assisted by a time cop. Although it's a short story (included in the anthology Venom and Vampires), it is, in my humble opinion, possibly Roberts best offering to date.If you enjoy time-trippers, dragons and plenty of action, fasten your seat-belt and get ready for an afternoon of adventure.
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  • Maya
    January 1, 1970
    I couldn't wait to read a vampire's call by Kory M Shrum and to say i wasn't disappointed is an understatement. I devoured the story and it just proved to me that Kory can take any topic and give it her own unique twist. Here you have a flawed but hard working woman...yeah you read that right...not some teenager and an ancient cutie pie of an vampire...and a cold hearted stalker vampire that likes to play with his prey. The characters esp of Lettie are well drawn and you understand their motivat I couldn't wait to read a vampire's call by Kory M Shrum and to say i wasn't disappointed is an understatement. I devoured the story and it just proved to me that Kory can take any topic and give it her own unique twist. Here you have a flawed but hard working woman...yeah you read that right...not some teenager and an ancient cutie pie of an vampire...and a cold hearted stalker vampire that likes to play with his prey. The characters esp of Lettie are well drawn and you understand their motivations. This story sucks you in and makes me wonder how i would have decided....there is a tiny hope that we might learn more about how Lettie Cole is getting on?thank you Kory....my husband and kids gave a me a couple of hours peace to read the story and I wouldnt have wanted to spend it any other way....LOVE it.
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  • Stephanie Phillips (Stephanie's Book Reports)
    January 1, 1970
    I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review. Raising the Phoenix by Emma Nichols is where we first meet Quinn and Savannah (Savvy).  Savvy is the oldest daughter of the pack's Alpha and Quinn is an architect.   Savvy has hired to help rebuild their homestead.  When these two meet Savvy is under a lot of stress.  Quite a bit has happened in the beginning of the book that changes her life forever.  Now it's about to change again!I really enjoyed this story.  I chased down t I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review. Raising the Phoenix by Emma Nichols is where we first meet Quinn and Savannah (Savvy).  Savvy is the oldest daughter of the pack's Alpha and Quinn is an architect.   Savvy has hired to help rebuild their homestead.  When these two meet Savvy is under a lot of stress.  Quite a bit has happened in the beginning of the book that changes her life forever.  Now it's about to change again!I really enjoyed this story.  I chased down the author and tour host so I could get the other two stories for review.  To say I devoured them is an understatement.  This series is easy to read quickly and they flow quite nicely together.  
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  • Andrea Cook
    January 1, 1970
    Kory Shrum has just leveled up with A Vampire Calls. I have realized of late that Ms. Shrum provides a descriptive narrative similar to Stephen King would write. What struck me the most was her describing a character remembering something and I could feel and hear it as well. That’s when I knew this was different.Vampires often have a sultry somewhat romantic side in movies and writing and Ms. Shrum does that justice here, just not in the over the top/saving the race kind of way, which makes thi Kory Shrum has just leveled up with A Vampire Calls. I have realized of late that Ms. Shrum provides a descriptive narrative similar to Stephen King would write. What struck me the most was her describing a character remembering something and I could feel and hear it as well. That’s when I knew this was different.Vampires often have a sultry somewhat romantic side in movies and writing and Ms. Shrum does that justice here, just not in the over the top/saving the race kind of way, which makes this all the more real. Her contribution to Vampires and Venom could easily stand on its own with a few more chapters, and I would enjoy a prequel to this story. And perhaps a post mortem.
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  • Susan
    January 1, 1970
    I really wanted to read "A Vampire's Call" by Kory M Shrum when she promoted it in her newsletter. Being a vampire fan, I wanted to see what she would do. And given that I enjoy her novel series with the first book entitled "Dying for a Living", I knew that she had experience in writing about death. Not only that, but she excels at bringing the readers into her stories with ease. Much like her Dying series, this vampire story entices the readers and evokes a great deal of curiousity. I absolutel I really wanted to read "A Vampire's Call" by Kory M Shrum when she promoted it in her newsletter. Being a vampire fan, I wanted to see what she would do. And given that I enjoy her novel series with the first book entitled "Dying for a Living", I knew that she had experience in writing about death. Not only that, but she excels at bringing the readers into her stories with ease. Much like her Dying series, this vampire story entices the readers and evokes a great deal of curiousity. I absolutely love it and would recommend Kory's work to people. If not, well... you might have a vampire show up at your doorstep XD
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  • Johanna Faith Galanido
    January 1, 1970
    I've read Dragon Blood by Shay Roberts! I'm not a big fan of stories revolving around dragons. This is my first time reading such a story though but, as far as I've finished, it's a good book. With the previous books the author has made, once again I've learned new things: now about dragons. It's a good story but I want to read more, it's quite fascinating. Also, reading Time Academy makes it more intriguing especially if this term/s have already been used in precious stories that adds curiosity I've read Dragon Blood by Shay Roberts! I'm not a big fan of stories revolving around dragons. This is my first time reading such a story though but, as far as I've finished, it's a good book. With the previous books the author has made, once again I've learned new things: now about dragons. It's a good story but I want to read more, it's quite fascinating. Also, reading Time Academy makes it more intriguing especially if this term/s have already been used in precious stories that adds curiosity on knowing more about it.
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  • Gea
    January 1, 1970
    One of Milda Harris' new stories is in the collection so I just had to read.Of course the others are so worth reading too!Embracing the witch has a surprising ending. At first I was as much an unbeliever as Seraphine.But we both changed our minds ;-).
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  • Deb Le
    January 1, 1970
    I really loved this one. Fast paced, very well written, great plot and character construction. I was sucked into from the first page and found it impossible to put down!
  • Louise BDGG
    January 1, 1970
    My favorite story is A Vampire Calls by Kory M. Shrum. Dark, gritty , even violent at times, but it's also a story of second chances in a totally different style from Kory's usual paranormal books.
  • Jane Firebaugh
    January 1, 1970
    Awesome collection!!! If you're into paranormal beings of almost any sort, you're bound to find something to love in this anthology of great books.
  • Lyn Mckenzie
    January 1, 1970
    The only book i have read from this collection is A Vampire's Beauty by Fleur Camacho although I definately would like to read the rest.I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book Ever since I was young I have adored the story of Beauty and the Beast, the Disney version is still my all time favourite film, so I am always wary of stories doing a different spin on a classic tale but I have to say that I was so impressed with this story and I loved reading it. It still had all the a The only book i have read from this collection is A Vampire's Beauty by Fleur Camacho although I definately would like to read the rest.I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book Ever since I was young I have adored the story of Beauty and the Beast, the Disney version is still my all time favourite film, so I am always wary of stories doing a different spin on a classic tale but I have to say that I was so impressed with this story and I loved reading it. It still had all the aspects that I loved about the tale, how Belle sees past the Beast's outer exterior and sees who he is inside, this is an idea that I have always stood by and promoting this is always a positive thing!My love of strong women characters started with Belle and the way she is written in this story just makes that stronger. She is a quiet soul with an inner strength like steel, I have always loved how much of a bookworm that she is and I adored the fact that this author wrote in the famous library! I have always been taken with and really felt for the East and even more so in this story as the curse is not of his making but his parents, it has humbled him though and I love how much he grows through his contact with Belle.The way that this author writes this story is extremely addictive and I loved how this book ended, I loved the twist! If this is the first book people read by this author it really does make you want to search out more of this authors books!! I can recommend this book highly and it is a major page Turner!!!
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  • Stephanie
    January 1, 1970
    Crimson Reborn - Good Read.When Darkness Falls - This is the only one I have read in the series. It was lonnngg and dreary. For a Novella it was never ending. Maybe it should be read later in the series. I just don't know. Blood Moon - Enjoyed it.A Vampire Calls - Enjoyed itLoving You with Teeth and Claw - Enjoyed.Death Times Two - It was ok.Ashes - Enjoyed it.Awaken - Pretty Good.Steam - Enjoyed it.Silverthorne and Fang - Pretty Good.Acula - Might need to look into the rest of the series. Inter Crimson Reborn - Good Read.When Darkness Falls - This is the only one I have read in the series. It was lonnngg and dreary. For a Novella it was never ending. Maybe it should be read later in the series. I just don't know. Blood Moon - Enjoyed it.A Vampire Calls - Enjoyed itLoving You with Teeth and Claw - Enjoyed.Death Times Two - It was ok.Ashes - Enjoyed it.Awaken - Pretty Good.Steam - Enjoyed it.Silverthorne and Fang - Pretty Good.Acula - Might need to look into the rest of the series. Interesting read.A Vampire's Revenge -This was an interesting view on Vampires. It took a few chapters to really get into it but it was worth reading. I am looking forward to reading the next in the series. :) I was thankful for my ARC Copy.Graves End - EnjoyedSplintered Magic - I liked it but it just .... ended...Embracing the Witch - Loved my ARC copy of Embracing the Witch! I want the next one!!! :) Raising the Phoenix - enjoyed it enough to stop this collection to read the other 2 in the series.Love and Werewolves - I liked it and might see if there are more in this series.Kiss of Offering - Many grammatical problems but I enjoyed the storyline.Hellhound: Dead is Dead - It was ok.Acadia's Law - Although I am not a fan of Zombie stuff, I enjoyed this book and plan to read the entire series! Dragon Blood - was ok.Wolf's Heart - Enjoyed this one. Planning on checking out the seriesTrial by Heist - Enjoyed this one also. Planning on checking out the series.
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  • Leslie Sanchez
    January 1, 1970
    DragonbloodThis review is for Dragonblood from the Heartblaze saga. I love that entire series. This is Tyler's story and how he became a dracoform and time traveler. Shay Roberts takes storytelling to the the next level. We experience Tyler's entire ride discovering his dragon, learning how to time travel without changing the fabric of the world, while fighting the Knights of Rome (KoR). If you like fast action and intrigue, you will love this.I look forward to being introduced to the authors of DragonbloodThis review is for Dragonblood from the Heartblaze saga. I love that entire series. This is Tyler's story and how he became a dracoform and time traveler. Shay Roberts takes storytelling to the the next level. We experience Tyler's entire ride discovering his dragon, learning how to time travel without changing the fabric of the world, while fighting the Knights of Rome (KoR). If you like fast action and intrigue, you will love this.I look forward to being introduced to the authors of the remaining books in this collection.
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  • Kitt
    January 1, 1970
    This is a fantastic collection of stories by some great authors. I haven't read them all yet, but I've liked every one I've read so far. If you've read any of the Heartblaze novels by Shay Roberts, don't miss Demon Blood, the story of dragon-shifter Tyler Buck. This is just one of the inventive, intriguing, and exciting stories. If you like paranormal, fantasy, and romance, or any of the three, you will love this collection. And at 0.99 cents, it is a fantastic deal. Get it while you can.
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    This is a great collection of stories by some great authors. One of my favorites is Sharon Stevenson. Her story Awaken is featured in this book and is a spin-off from her Gallows novels, which are a must read. Skye and Theo's story while very dark is also romantic. Theo has a bad boy side, but he also has his good qualities and Mr. McIntosh rather surprised me at the end. It's an excellent read.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    This is a great set. It includes many of my favorite authors as well as new ones which is what I really enjoy about these sets.If you love paranormal romances, you are sure to find some you will really enjoy.I was glad to see Shay Roberts included as I really enjoy his series. You should check out the story as well as his series.
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  • Rebecca Stigers
    January 1, 1970
    While I only read one book so far it was The Vampire's Beauty by Fleur Camacho....loved it..was a different take on beauty and the beast. Good characters and good storyline.
  • Spunky N Sassy
    January 1, 1970
    Spunky N Sassy Rating: 4.0~~~~~~~~~~~Kirsty's ★★★★ Review~~~~~~~~~~Silverthorne & Fangby Jennifer HiltI enjoyed this. was straight in to the story. Liked how it was fast paced. Characters were well written.The story line was pretty good to follow and well written.
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  • Stella Purple
    January 1, 1970
    I'm extremely picky when it comes to finding a good story teller, but let's see how this will go.
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