Day 9 of #31AuthorsofHalloween – Laurell K Hamilton

Here is another author who I truly adore (yes, I have a lot of authors who write paranormal romance, which was my first love). A friend introduced me to this author back in 2008, with Guilty Pleasures. I was addicted at the start of the first page.

Basically, you have a necromancer who mostly raises the dead to solve crimes. She befriends Vampires and Weres, has relationships just like us (and sometimes, I wonder why some men are more emotional than me hahahaha). There are many books in the series, and in each book, you are introduced to a new character. Currently, there are many different characters. You will have your faves

Then there is the Merry Gentry series. Which I think is my favorite series of hers. Merry is a Fae, and is trying the get the throne. In order to get the throne, she must get pregnant before her cousin has a child. She is protected by different Fae, and each one takes a turn to get her pregnant. I won’t give the ending lol. Her aunt, who is the queen, is evil, and is passing the throne to her son, or Merry, like I said whoever has a child first. There are trials that Merry must go through, and through these trials, she gains allies, and basically becomes stronger.

If you love paranormal romance, violence, gore, erotica, and more all combined into these two series, please start reading them. Would I let you down?

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Day 5 of #31AuthorsofHalloween – Steven Jenkins

If you like a zombie apocalypse, this is one to add to your to be read pile (or list lol).

Burn the Dead: Quarantine is book one of the Zombie Saga.

A terrifying story of a man who burns the bodies of those who have been affected as a job. His morning seems normal, and his wife was sick to her stomach. While burning the bodies, he realized his wife was infected. He then goes on a rampage, trying to find his son. You meet neighbors, the Cleaners, and others along the way. I will leave it at that. I do not want to give away too much as I want you to read the saga.

I have admitted before, I am not a big fan of zombies, but if they are well written, I will like it. And Steven definitely was successful in the writing, because it did keep my attention.

He writes other books besides zombies, such as vampires and short stories.

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