Saturday, January 28, 2012

Review Vessel (Children of the Sidhe) by J.R. Pearse Nelson

Title: Vessel (Children of the Sidhe)
Author: J.R. Pearse Nelson
Source: Authors request
Genre: Paranormal romance
Length: Novella

Eddie Drake, notorious agent of the Sidhe Authority, has always been a womanizer. So he’s as surprised as anyone when he can’t get a certain black-haired witch out of his mind. When Alise Rodgers wakes up in Otherworld, a mysterious connection to the place haunts her. And then there’s a more immediate concern – she would never have expected to find Drake sitting vigil for her. While she’s grateful, she’s not at all interested in his bedroom eyes. They’ve always clashed. But they must work together after Alise discovers a rebellious plot brewing among the Sidhe, and puts her life on the line in the bargain.

Vessel is the second novella in the Children of the Sidhe series.




This is the second book in Children of the Sidhe series. As the first book in the series the author brings another great romance and story for a short novella. This book takes you a bit deeper into the Sidhe story so you get a bit more feel of what’s going on with the characters and story. I hope one day she can write a full length novel for one of her hot Sidhe’s.

For a novella I felt the heat and connection I needed between the hero and heroine. At first I got the impression that Eddie is a womanizer, but I fell for him quick because he’s nothing like what he seems and that’s what I like most. Alise, I loved right off the bat, she’s witty and strong.  I really liked the addition of The Morrigan being added to the storyline, it brought more magic and action into the story.

This is a novella so I recommend this to readers that love a quick romantic magical story. 


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