The Origin of Vampires (Mythological Monday)

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Bram Stoker crafted his legendary Dracula in 1987.

Ever since then, authors and directors alike have tried to recreate the Vampire legend in a variety of ways.

Elemental Claim (Urban Fantasy Review)

REVIEW Elemental Claim, by Miranda Grant   ‘Don’t threaten a life mate.’ Good Afternoon you B-E-A-Utiful Bookish Folk! ^_^ It is a Wonderful Wednesday here in the UK, with today’s reviewed title being Elemental Claim, by Miranda Grant. Elemental claim…

Of Flesh & Fire, by Tuesday Cross (A Fantasy Review)

‘I’m a twenty three year old sacrifice, and he’s a two thousand year old vampire.’ Good afternoon fellow booklovers, Today’s review is for a book I absolutely adore- Of Flesh and Fire, by Tuesday cross. When a young girl is…

Burning Captivation (A Fantasy Review)

Good afternoon you beautiful bookworms!  ^_^ Today, I’m reviewing Burning Captivation, by Lucretia Stanhope. Burning Captivation is the extraordinary fantasy tale in which Gwen, a young witch is to be the future bride of vampire master, Dmitry. The story is…

Mated to the Werewolf King (Fantasy Review)

Mated to the Werewolf King, by Alena Des: Witches, Werewolves, and Demons Galore! Seventeen year old Belle thought she was a member of the pack, but being hunted by The Demon King sets her on a journey she never imagined.…

The Impossible Creation, by Betsy Flak (Review)

The Impossible Creation follows a range of supernatural creatures, beginning with a pair of vampires as they stalk their latest prey. Duncan and Adara made for an odd couple and didn’t appear to share the same goals and ideals as we…