Thursday, November 10, 2011
Review Tribute by J.R. Pearse Nelson
Title: Tribute (Children of the Sidhe)
Author: J.R. Pearse Nelson
Source: Author request
Genre: Paranormal romance
The first novella in the Children of the Sidhe series.
Hazel Fintan is the reluctant daughter of the Irish love god, Aengus. As much as she loves the Sidhe lifestyle, with baubles and leisure galore, she’s never cared for her father’s world. So who could expect her to be happy when she’s drawn into a conflict with a legendary race over an impossible tribute?
The tribute may be what brought them together, but Ian MacIlroy knows destiny when it stares him in the face with stunning green eyes and a gorgeous smile. Now he has a new mission. Hazel will be his, at any cost.
I am glad I gave this novella a shot because I really enjoyed. I haven’t read a sidhe in a very long time, so I was happy that this one grabbed me right off the bat. This is a new author and from what I just read she has the stuff to make it in the paranormal romance world. Tribute gives you action, hot sex and some good characters the author can run on for a while. I know I be looking forward to the next book.
The down side for me in this was the heroine Hazel doesn’t want a sidhe as a mate so she can get a bit carried away with pulling back. I just wanted to give her a good shake because I really liked Ian.
I recommend this one for any novella reader that likes a hot paranormal romance.