Friday, July 12, 2013

Review: Bad Mouth by Angela McCallister

Title: Bad Mouth
Author: Angela McCallister
Source: Author request in exchange for an honest review
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: ebook 247 pages
Publisher: May 20th 2013 by Entangled: Covet
Reviewer: Cerridwen



After her ex-husband’s obsession with vampires, Valerie Craig is on a mission to stop transformations. Of all vampires, Kade Rollins is the worst of the worst, but when multiple murders plague Seattle, Val is forced to enlist his aid. Kade’s crude wit and seductive nature attract her like no other, but she can’t ignore his violence toward his human servants, no matter her yearning to forget.

She’s torn when she learns Kade may be behind the murders. Val's worked hard to protect humans from vampires, but the truth surrounding the murders could ignite a bloody battle between their races, one humans are sure to lose. Someone is pulling strings to build a vampire army and spark the war—setting Kade up to kick it off. But if she trusts the vampire prince, she risks her job, her integrity, and her heart if he betrays her as all the men in her life have.




I was hooked with this one from the first 2 pages. McCallister was able to take the characters and the vision and make it light hearted without loiosing the seriousness of the plot. When I laugh one minute and clench thighs the next , yippee its a good book.

Valerie is a strong independant woman that is hell bent on making sure she keeps a professional composure about the investigation. In comes Kade. The dark vamp with the mouth that wont stop spurting off exactly what he thinks and in words that burns her ears. In turn that burning starts to ignite a fire that neither of them can help.

She is constantly telling him to watch his mouth and the lack of romantic words during forplay is hilarious. At least to me it was.

Things get difficult because Valerie is full blooded human and she has sworn off vamps in all ways. Kade is able to sneak his way in though and things change for him as well. Watching him melt away that tough personna was great.

McCallister was also able to create a new type of vampire world.  I am always on the watch for how an author can create a new world and not make it seem like things have been stolen from other books. She has done well with this.

Totally recommend this is you like dark haired vamps that don't hold back when they talk to you. ENJOY!!





3 comments:

  1. Ooo well you definitely have me interested! Great review :)

    ~Anna
    herding cats & burning soup

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  2. Your review has me wanting to read this book. I hear my bank account grumbling already! LOL!

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  3. I am super-happy you enjoyed Bad Mouth :) And I really needed this bright, shiny news today so thank you!!! Hope you enjoy the next one even more.

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