Thank you for popping by to see what Random Book of the Month I pick out of the Jar of Books. I can’t believe it yet again this month I had to pick out 2 books as the first book I pulled out I’d already read in October 2018. Luckily the second book I pulled out of the Jar of Books is a go, as I’ve not read it.
I did wonder if I should go through the Jar of Books and unfold all of the coloured pieces of paper and check to see if I read them, but that would spoil the surprise for me as I can’t remember what books are in the Jar of Books. So I’ve left it alone now until next month.
Book One Was: Day’s Gone Bad (Vesik Book 1) by Eric Asher. Which I read in October 2018.
A crashed wedding. A scorned vampire. Here comes the blood…
Necromancer Damian Vesik is no hero. At least, not according to the magical community that turns a blind eye to his battles against evil. So he chalks it up as one more thankless mission when he’s forced to stop his vampire sister from murdering her ex’s entire bridal party…
Infiltrating the ceremony to protect the innocent, Damian uncovers something even more sinister than a massacre. With the help of his berserker fairy friend, he may need to prevent an unholy union between ancient demons and the walking dead.
Damian has one chance to stop his sister and ruin the wedding before one hell of an afterparty dooms the world.
Days Gone Bad is the first book in the savagely funny Vesik urban fantasy series. If you like gritty action, undead enemies, and plenty of snark, then you’ll love Eric R. Asher’s heart-stopping tale.
Pages: 316. Publication Date: 8 February 2013
Book Two is: Someone Else’s Fairytale by E M Tippetts
Jason Vanderholt, Hollywood’s hottest actor, falls head over heels for every girl.
Chloe Winters, who hasn’t gotten around to watching most of his movies. It’s the ideal fairytale… for most people. The last thing Chloe needs is public attention. It brings back dangers from the past that she’s worked her whole life to escape.
Pages: 356. Publication Date: 14 December 2013. Original Publication Date: 6 December 2011.
May's Random Book of the Month review coming soon...