Addictive, delicious, and filled with characters, plot lines and hooks—you’ll die for. If J. Paulette Forshey doesn’t keep writing—it’d be a crime.
I didn’t just like it. I didn’t just care for the story or characters, or the writing style. I didn’t just connect to the story. No. I loved all of these elements. Elements that make “The Tarczal Alliance” a fantastic read and a credit to the genre. If you like vampires—you should be going to bed tonight with “The Tarczal Alliance.”
Let me tell you about my reading adventure. I made it to Chapter 6 during my first reading session. Hard to break away because there was too much going on that I really liked. It was a shame to leave the book as I was enjoying the author’s writing style – but it was a short-lived shame because I started my second reading session an hour later. As soon as I got to chapter 8, I knew it was over for me. What’s left to say, really? This book is addictive.
I’m not a betting person, but I’d bet on this outcome. You’ll become addicted to “The Tarczal Alliance” and it won’t take long. I’d bet you’ll be hooked by chapter 6—like I was.
I would recommend this highly engaging read if you want an escape. You can get lost in a world of your own—it’s a good world to get lost in. Why don’t you give it a try?
Logan Kincaid was trying to find the spy in his company when she walked in, – long blond hair, longer legs, and intelligent green eyes – damn, all his weaknesses rolled into one. He’d lived for 445 yrs. believing the Blood Witches and T’yhiéls of his vampiric childhood were nothing but myths until one walked into his life and all hell broke loose.
Allyson Weston needed a scholarship to continue her career, and she wanted her abusive ex out of her life. Allyson got both and more when she found out the benefactor of the scholarship’s bite was worse than his bark and her ex was found dead in her driveway.