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  • Ethan and Merit - what more needs to be said?

    **I received a NetGalley ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.** -------------------------------- Summary: When a figure from Ethan's dark past makes a splashy debut in Chicago, Merit and her Master don't know whether he's friend or foe. But they'll have to figure out soon, because trouble is brewing in the Windy City. -------------------------------- Ethan and Merit - what more needs to be said? This powerhouse couple keeps evolving, and I can never get the next book fast enough! I cried... happy tears, but I cried. (I won't tell you why 'cause I don't want to be a spoiler. You'll have to read it to find out!) I found this series through the recommendation of another author I love, and am SO glad I took a chance on it! I love how "human" and yet un-human these vampires are. Merit's gastronomical appetite is a huge boon toward helping you like the protagonist, and the fact that she still has ties to her human family also helps. Yet most of the characters have the ability to be completely ruthless and have planning/strategy abilities that rival Master chess players. Then there are the other supernatural species that take up space in this world where most are not known to exist by humans. I am so glad that it is more than "just" vampires and werewolves because it helps validate the existence of vampires and werewolves in the story in my opinion. (If you are trying to convince the audience that vampires and werewolves exist why would you ignore all the other possibilities?)

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  • Another one bites the dust

    I have to say , I love this series . I can't wait for the next one . I love all the characters , especially Merit and Ethan.

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  • Dark Debt

    With trouble brewing in the Windy City, Ethan and Merit have their hands full as connections between Chicago’s Houses, a figure from Ethan’s dark past and a shady businessman go deeper than imagined and even one wrong move could be their last in this exciting Chicagoland Vampire novel. Spine tingling tension starts pulses pounding from the very beginning as figure from Ethan’s past makes a splashy debut and they have to decide if he is friend of foe and the excitement continues to keep the adrenaline pumping as they discover a shady organization has inserted themselves in vampire’s affairs. Betrayals, hidden agendas, cons and tested friendships and loyalties keeps everyone on their toes as unexpected twists keep tensions high. The well written scenes and details capture the imagination and make it easy for the reader to become completely absorbed in the story as the intriguing events ensure that there is never a dull moment. Merit and Ethan’s romance is tested as things take a malevolent turn causing quite a bit of friction and turmoil and with enemies changing the rules along with some conflict between family and friends they have very little time for themselves, which keeps the readers on the edge of their seat with anticipation. The strong charismatic characters of the Chicagoland Vampires continue to demand reader’s attention with every twist and turn that the series takes and Dark Debt is no different with all of the exhilarating events that take place and Mallory and Catcher add a bit of surprise and spice to the story as well. Every visit with Cadogan House is a breath taking experience and there is always such intense action and a deep pull to the characters as Merit becomes stronger as a vampire and as her and Ethan become stronger as a couple, so once again, there was no way that I could deny Ethan and Merit my exclusive attention.

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  • Dark Debt

    Another adventure with Merit and Ethan (Dark Sullivan). Great read, funny and snarky. Love the comaradie of the Cadogan House. Can never put these stories down until I finish the book

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