Pick of the Week…

I think this is the first time I have actually chosen an e-format novella as my pick of the week, so maybe I am becoming less of a print book snob. Anyways, the Chloe Neill Chicagoland Vampires short story Lucky Break is released today, and who can’t use another Merit and Ethan story?

lucky breakSynopsis…

In this thrilling new novella from the New York Times bestselling author of Blood Games, vampire Merit bites off more than she bargained for when a romantic trip to a secluded Colorado town turns deadly.

Merit and Ethan are in desperate need of some alone time, far from the worries of Cadogan House, but trouble tends to follow wherever they go. Their attempt at a romantic getaway is quickly interrupted when one of Ethan’s vampire friends shows up at their door–covered in blood and accused of killing her shifter husband.

Merit and her Master soon discover their vacation spot is far less idyllic than it appears. A centuries old quarrel between local vampires and shifters has made the town a perpetual supernatural battle zone, and this fresh blood has stirred the already volatile pot. Now, Merit and Ethan must put their passion on pause to figure out who’s really responsible for the murder before all hell breaks loose…

Purchase at Amazon.com

What is your choice for pick of the week? There isn’t a ton of new stuff coming out, so it looks like a good chance to hit the TBR pile again.

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2 thoughts on “Pick of the Week…

  1. Monika says:

    My pick of the week is The Master, #2 in the Gamemaker series by Kresley Cole. Like the first installment it was totally over the top, the plot completely unbelievable in a “Pretty Woman” kind of way with lots of sex and a bit of bondage thrown in. I absolutely loved it, because for all its ridiculous plot it is so well written and entertaining with quite a bit of romance. I couldn’t put it down, even though about 2/3 thirds of the novel are set in one (admittedly swanky) hotel suite. Still not quite sure how she makes so many unbelievable story twists appear somehow natural, but she sure does. Can’t wait for Dimitri’s story!

    • kaleigha says:

      I haven’t tried the Gamemaker series, since my luck with contemporary is a bit hit or miss, but I have heard only good things about it.

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