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Karen Chance

3.99 of 5 Votes: 3
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Books by Karen Chance
Curse the Dawn (Cassandra Palmer, #4) (2009)
4.16 of 5 Votes: 3
The first half of this book was kind of dull for me, but as soon as Cass and Pritkin got to his old house, I was hooked. Normally I would have scoffed at switching bodies with him but it was actually very funny and entertaining. These books are action packed, but sometimes we stay in a certain si...
La damnation de l'aube (2011)
4.16 of 5 Votes: 1
I liked this better than Embrace the Night, but not as well as the first 2 in the series.The good:I really love Pritkin, overall, and I feel like we get to see more of him than just the angry asshole Pritkin here.The story is fast-paced and moves along quite well.The bad (or not-so-good):This isn...
Curse the Dawn (2009)
4.16 of 5 Votes: 3
I think this has been my favorite novel in the Cassie Palmer series so far. There are admittedly times that I feel like some of the battles, time shifts, etc., are becoming repetitive, and I do occasionally get tired of Cassie's whining about not having any training, but I still enjoy all the ma...
La hija de la medianoche (2010)
4 of 5 Votes: 5
The reason for the two stars and DNF status is just plain, personal preference. I've never been a fan of the loud, obnoxious, trash talking heroines, and Dorina Basarab embodies that trope to a T. So if you like that type of heroine, this book could be for you, if not, I'd recommend avoiding it. ...
Midnight's Daughter (2008)
4 of 5 Votes: 1
What do you know??This was actually a great story. I liked it even better than the Cassie Palmer series.And I cannot wait to read the next books.This world was such an intricate one. So many races, so much politics, only one Dory :))I really hope that Louis-Caesar will man up and open his eyes wi...
Ama de la muerte (2011)
4.2 of 5 Votes: 5
"Los finales felices no existen, y los príncipes no acaban formando una familia con una paria."Fantástica, llena de acción, aventura y mucha ( demasiada) pasión. ¡Amo a Karen Change! ( Es como mi nueva Sherrilyn Kenyon) A la loca de Dorina, Louis-Cesare, Mircea ( Buen señor, este vampiro es tan.....
Death's Mistress (2010)
4.2 of 5 Votes: 5
I am loving this series. It's not at all like the Cassandra Palmer series by Karen Chance other than some crossover characters. Dorina is a much stronger, confident character with a great combo of smartass and kickass. If you're a fan of the Kate Daniel's series by Ilona Andrews or Charley Davids...
Hunt the Moon. by Karen Chance (2011)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 5
I am glad I reread this series before continuing on to Tempt the Stars, I forgot a lot of stuff that happened that I would need to know for this next book. The only thing I didn't like really about this book is that it left off on a cliff hanger and I have a feeling this next book will as well. I...
Holdvadász (2013)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 3
This was a very solid installment in the Cassandra Palmer series. There were a few brief moments during some of the action scenes where I got a tiny bit bored because they were a little overly detailed and long for my liking. That said, most of the time I was very engaged in the story. The last 1...
L'emprise de la lune (2012)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 1
Hunt the Moon is the 5th novel in the Cassie Palmer series. Cassie is the Pythia - a clairvoyant and seer. She and her handlers are preparing for her coronation but there are those who will do whatever it takes to keep her from coming to power.In many ways this is a fairly standard urban fantas...
Hunt the Moon (2011)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 2
Ok, I love her writing style, she makes me laugh all the way through the book, so, I really love that. BUT she has the main character deeply in love with two guys and I hate that. I hate it a LOT in fact. It ruins the whole f**king book. So the whole book was about how much she loves one guy, no ...
Fury's Kiss (2012)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 2
Ok, so, during the first 300 pages or so of Fury's Kiss, I was exasperated with Dorina's stupidity and Claire's overall assholeness. But then...then the plot smacked me down and it was so damn good that I just couldn't leave the book from my hands. I don't mean that there's no plot for the first ...
L'attrait des étoiles (2014)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 4
Disappointing and not as good as the other books. There are too many action scenes (which are tedious and hard to follow) and there are too many unfinished sentences. A lot of the action scenes are poorly written as well which makes for a frustrating read e.g "and then I did this and then this ha...
Tempt the Stars (2013)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 2
I've read other comments on how others have found Ms. Chance's style of story telling hard to understand, but I think that may be because they were expecting a romantic story with a little of action and adventure in it. Well there is some romance, but the action and adventure is almost non stop. ...
The Day of the Dead (2009)
3.61 of 5 Votes: 2
3.75 to 4 stars. Tomas is a favorite of mine, so I loved this story focusing on him. I had some issues with the mistakes regarding history and culture that are disucssed in this book, but despite that I was still able to enjoy it. This book is available for free on the author's website and it ...
The Gauntlet (2000)
3.66 of 5 Votes: 4
Awwww! I love seeing Kit during his early time as a vamp! He was so different from the Marlowe we get to see in the Cassie and Dory books. He was adorable. He kept getting his ass kicked and his balls seemed to be in constant danger! I am not surprised that Marlowe would be attracted to a feisty ...
The Queen's Witch (2010)
3.68 of 5 Votes: 4
Set before Karen Chance's Cassie Palmer/Dory Basarab series begin, it is about Kit Marlowe (a vampire who is featured in the books) A good short story, it's nice to see Marlowe in England where he originated. Gillian also worked well as a bold heroine; I liked the focus on witches and thought Mar...
The House at Cobb End (2011)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 5
VERY EMOTIONAL ABOUT THIS!!!!!! pritkin feeling disconnected from everyone around him, torn between three worlds but never actually a part of any of them. the sun-drenched memories of the summer he spent spinning and whirling and dancing with the fey at his side, tumbling in grassy fields with le...
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