Okay, see I’m really not into things that do much more than go bump in the night. You will never see me browsing through titles that are in the horror section nor some of those really thrillerish thrillers. I screamed, flinched and made myself ill over Michael, Freddie and a possessed home in Amityville long ago and I’ve done my time trying to impress the other kiddies with all my bravado. So, while I would like to recommend some stories that would make your hair stand on end, I can’t.
Instead, I’ve cobbled together a pile of books that are more suited to the shallow end of the creepy pool for the easily freaked like myself. If I list it as a series, I’ve read one, some or all.
Next up, these are my Scary Monsters With a Romantic Streak offerings:
The Demimonde Series by Ash Krafton.
Urban Fantasy where the vamps and weres have bite in this unique para mythology.
Cornerstone Run Trilogy by Kelly Meade.
Paranormal Romance. I’ve only read the first one, but those witches and vamps are not people you want to
meet without a really strong werewolf clan backing you up and even then, run.
Grigori Legacy Series by Linda Poitevin.
Urban Fantasy. Also offers some suspense while really scary angels and demons duke it out with humans stuck in the middle.
The Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne.
Urban Fantasy. Let’s not leave out the fae and magic users in our list. This is a long developing series with less romance I should add.
The Black Dog and Rebel Rose Series by Danielle D. Smith.
Urban Fantasy. Another hot and dirty romantic pair of demon fighters in an Angels and Demons world.
Illustrations are killer. Out of print at the moment, but just in case you come across it you’ll know I think it s a good one.
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