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Parker Blue

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Someone is hunting shadow demons.

A magical amulet is trying to control Val.

A sexy cowboy vamp is tired of waiting.

When unknown demon hunters from a dark religious sect focus on killing Shade, Val's ex-boyfriend and shadow demon, she has to bury her feelings of rejection and do her job as Paladin for the Demon Underground. But protecting Shade is more difficult than she ever imagined.

Shade is fighting his own internal demons as long-suppressed memories begin to surface. Lola, Val's inner succubus, can barely suck, which leaves Val dangerously weak. Austin, Lola's vamp of choice over Val's objections insists his job is to protect the Paladin regardless of Val's opinion on the matter. Fang is distracted by the impending birth of his pups.

Val is distracted by Austin and the tangle of feelings she has for two gorgeously irritating guys who couldn't be more different.

When she learns the demon hunters' shocking identities, Val will need all her allies ready, willing and able to help her fight. Even with luck, the cost of saving the world may be more than Val can bear to pay

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Gotta love Cowboys! 27 de septiembre de 2013
Por Sara - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
I really, really liked this book, as always with the Demon Underground books.
There were some changes in this book. It wasn't as funny as it used to be with Fang and Val. Maybe because Fang's getting too serious, what with his responsabilities with Princess and the puppies, and Val's lack of strenght and her problem with Lola messing up her life big time. Shade's acting like an idiot didn't help either. He was too damn annoying for his own good. I really wanted to kick his sorry ass in this book! As much as in Make Me. I'm starting to realize he's a selfish, childish, insecure and annoying jerk. He seemed so cute and sweet and hot at first, that even though I still thought he was a tiny bit childish at times, I could see he really liked Val and I kind of liked him. Especially after how Dan hurt her. But since their adventure in Austin (the city) in Make Me, Shade's been acting really stupid and all he's done is hurting Val and blaming her for his mistakes and has put her in danger because he's too stupid to admit she's right and he sometimes needs to be rescued.
I am starting to really, really like Austin, instead. I admit that I might have fallen in love with him already. He's near perfect. He's protective but not oppressive, he's sweet in his own way and he's incredibly sexy. He shows his feelings and his need to protect Val without being an annoying Macho Man. I have to say that I suspected since the beginning that he liked Val. Even though she had the impression he wanted to make a fool of her, I knew that his secrets smiles and jokes were because he liked her secretely. And damn, how sexy he is! I love cowboys! One other thing I liked about Austin was his will to finally let Val see how much he cares about her and how much he's into her. He also showed her she deserves better than a selfish child as a boyfriend. She seems more mature than Shade is, even though she's younger.
I also liked a lot the scene of Austin and Val on the bed after she healed Shade. How cute and hot! And I also liked the ending. The final scene with Val and Austin. He was so sweet giving her roses and staging a zombie party for her on Valentine's day.
The only thing I resent is that we don't even know what color his eyes and hair are. Or did I miss it??? I've been re-reading all the books these days and I haven't found anything about his features but his cowboy hat and his lean, muscled, yummy body. I'm assuming he's got brown hair and eyes though. I'm imagining him that way. Then maybe I'm wrong and he's blond and green-eyed, who knows? (But I hope not) So, I'm asking the author for details on Austin, please! We don't know much about him!
The story was good and I couldn't put the book down, not even a minute! The mystery, the fights, the romance, the drama.... all good! I wanted more and more and couldn't stop reading!
Highly recommended! And I assure you, you'll fall in love with Austin too! If you haven't yet!
Well done, Parker Blue! Now I want Catch Me as soon as possible! I NEED it!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Truth or... 2 de noviembre de 2013
Por Jskinz - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Versión Kindle
I love this series, but this book was a complete departure and not in a good way. The books in this series have been fast paced, full of action, and made you forget that they are YA. Unfortunately Dare Me was none of those things. The story moved at a snails pace, it was almost half way through the book before there was a villain and mission. Most of the book as filled with the whiny diatribe of Val, Shade, and Austin. The love triangle felt forced and unnecessary. Especially since so much of the book was them talking about their feelings. What is the point of having characters have long in-depth relationship discussions (and be psychically linked) only to have them argue over the same issue chapter after chapter. It was tedious. It funny that the characters kept making fun of Mood, but they were all more Emo than she has ever been. I also found it odd that so many of the characters wanted Val to be with Austin. I'm not saying that I'm team Shade, but Val is a teenager it seems like she should be with someone age appropriate not a man that is a few centuries old. The main villain and obstacle that they had to overcome was very interesting, but we didn't spend much time dealing with it. I would have liked to learn more about Emmanuel and his motivations but he was written as evil for evil's sake.

It felt like this book was trying to fit the mold of typical YA books. Tons of brooding, a love triangle, with adventure as a afterthought. It is a shame, because the fact that this series is different is what made it great. I'm not going to give up, hopefully the next book will get back on track.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Grace's Touch 12 de julio de 2014
Por Chelsea Head - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
As always, Blue has done a wonderful job of setting the scene for her readers and keeping them on their toes. Val continues to grow and learn from her mistakes, while still making more along the way; but hey, nobody's perfect.

Well, since Ms. Blue insisted on making the love triangle one of the main focuses of this book, I figure I'd humor everyone with some insight into that particular headache:

Val and Shade's relationship takes a turn for the worse after many trying occurrences in "Make Me." Shade is resentful toward Val and her part in his overall feelings of abandonment. Here we start to see Shade showing his true colors. (Or perhaps they're not necessarily his true colors; More like his hidden shades. Seems fitting for one named after such shades.) He is pushing Val away at every turn, claiming it's for her own good, yet it's truly for his good alone. He also maintains his bogus claims of self-help, insisting that he can save himself/take care of himself, without Val's help. Needless to say, no one else is near as confident and so he's forced to suck it up and accept Val's help, and by default Austin's. What a recipe for disaster. Shade makes it clear that, though he doesn't want Val, Austin can't have her either. He's constantly jealous of the time Val and Austin spend together and makes life unbearable for them all because of it. What a baby.

Austin has sworn himself as Val's protector, since she is still weak from the backlash of invoking the spells of the Encyclopedia Magicka. To help rebuild her strength, he's only too willing to allow Val to use his lustful energy to regain it. He's falling hard for Val and everyone knows it; except of course for Val. Poor cowboy. He's loyal, faithful, and an all-around caring person. All he can see for Val is her welfare and he'll leave no ends unmet in order to see that she's safe.

And then there's Val. She's still hopelessly pining after her shadow demon, believing time will heal all wounds. She fails to realize that Shade isn't capable of or willing to heal all his wounds where she's concerned. She thinks that her love for him will be the cure to all heartaches. But the wounds won't heal quickly enough for Val to regain what she's lost, so she must rely upon the only person willing and able to help her. (Insert hunky, awesome, vampire cowboy HERE!!)

And I think that's enough of that jazz.

Once again, an unknown evil is trying to take over the world, one human, vampire, and demon at a time. With the use of his own blood, he can control any being; anytime, anyplace, anyway. Allies will fall victim to evil's embrace. And only one person can contain the madness that has entered into their world; that is, if she doesn't fall victim to her own personal demons first.

I very much enjoyed this fifth installment of the DU series. However, I'd like to suggest a vast change of plot, and pronto!! Sorry, but this 'unknown evil taking over Texas through blood corruption to the general paranormal/human populace' is getting very worn out. It's time for some fresh material Blue! If nothing new arises, I'd suggest a tied-up ending with rainbows and sunshine, please!!
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Challenging 28 de marzo de 2014
Por DaKind - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
Don't remember the previous books to be as annoying trying to follow perspective - 1st person or 3rd person. Val or Shade. Paladin or whiny girl.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Love, Love This Series!! 25 de marzo de 2014
Por Ronda P - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Versión Kindle|Compra verificada
From the very first book to this one, I have been hooked. I can't seem to get enough of the Val Shapiro series. Great work Parker Blue. I am anxiously awaiting the next one. The characters in this series are great, you either hate them or love them..lol.
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