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`Download Epub Ï Kissed by Darkness Ø Danger is always on the menu for Morgan Bailey, a sexy and street smart bounty hunter, who prowls the dark underworld of Portland, Oregon hunting creatures of the night Morgan s never met a vampire she couldn t dust or a demon she couldn t kill until she s hired to destroy a new kind of mystical threat the Sunwalker A powerful immortal once believed myth, the Sunwalker carries with him an ancient secret which, if left unchecked, will destroy Morgan s world Pursued by a passionate Templar Knight and the target of the local vampire clans, an ancient power is awakened within her, unlike anything she s ever known Morgan must uncover the truth behind her mission and about herself, before the Darkness lurking inside swallows her wholek words longpaperback pages Morgan Bailey is one bad vampire hunter If you re a fan of urban fantasy or the Anita Blake novels before she went all flaky, you d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn t check out this excellent first outing by Shea Macleod With a likable, smarmy heroine, a fast paced but well balanced plot, a high level of tension and some terrific dialogue, Kissed by Darkness introduces to us to both a great new heroine and a fantastic new author It s very rare that I have trouble putting down a bo Morgan Bailey is one bad vampire hunter If you re a fan of urban fantasy or the Anita Blake novels before she went all flaky, you d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn t check out this excellent first outing by Shea Macleod With a likable, smarmy heroine, a fast paced but well balanced plot, a high level of tension and some terrific dialogue, Kissed by Darkness introduces to us to both a great new heroine and a fantastic new author It s very rare that I have trouble putting down a book If life work hadn t interfered with my reading schedule, I d likely have finished this one a lot sooner Pick this one up trust me, you won t want to put it down Here s my summary of the Kindle preview 1 There s a vampire called a Sunwalker 2 Morgan wants to have sex with her coworker 3 Morgan s coworker is really sexy 4 Morgan really wants to have sex with her coworker 5 the Sunwalker vampire may or may not actually be evil 6 Morgan s coworker is totally flirting with her 7 Morgan s coworker is really very sexy 8 Morgan really, really wants to have sex with her coworkerI like to imagine this happened as a result of some bad prereader feedback Here s my summary of the Kindle preview 1 There s a vampire called a Sunwalker 2 Morgan wants to have sex with her coworker 3 Morgan s coworker is really sexy 4 Morgan really wants to have sex with her coworker 5 the Sunwalker vampire may or may not actually be evil 6 Morgan s coworker is totally flirting with her 7 Morgan s coworker is really very sexy 8 Morgan really, really wants to have sex with her coworkerI like to imagine this happened as a result of some bad prereader feedback This Inigo guy, the prereaders were saying, I m just not quite getting it Who is he, exactly What s his relation to Morgan How does she feel about that The author addedandhints, but the prereaders just weren t getting it, so finally in a fit of sarcasm she went through and added at least one reference to sex on every page Is that clear enough for you now she asks Go ahead Ask me what s up with Inigo Ask me onetime More vampires, but for a freshman 2.99 installment into the urban fantasy genre, not bad There s a lot of girl swooning over every hot guy, these books sometimes get so porny I just imagine the roles reversed, and a guy is talking about women instead of vice versa I know I would call chauvinist quick, but somehow total objectification of men is ok when women do it to men in these kinds of books Not singling this one out as worse than others, just an observation.There are some crazy twists la More vampires, but for a freshman 2.99 installment into the urban fantasy genre, not bad There s a lot of girl swooning over every hot guy, these books sometimes get so porny I just imagine the roles reversed, and a guy is talking about women instead of vice versa I know I would call chauvinist quick, but somehow total objectification of men is ok when women do it to men in these kinds of books Not singling this one out as worse than others, just an observation.There are some crazy twists later in the book where you might go, WTF but if you look at this as suspending disbelief hour, you might like this Somehow I liked itthan my brain tells me I should, and whatever, it was kinda fun If I had to review KISSED BY DARKNESS in one sentence, it would be it is just one a been there done that trip I could see all of the shocking twists coming a mile off, so ended frustrated that it took the characters so long to catch up In summary I ended up a bit bored reading KISSED BY DARKNESS.As it is the first book in a series there is a lot of background setting in Morgan s life to go through, so the story is slow to get going The bogged down pace isn t helped by the cast of unmemora If I had to review KISSED BY DARKNESS in one sentence, it would be it is just one a been there done that trip I could see all of the shocking twists coming a mile off, so ended frustrated that it took the characters so long to catch up In summary I ended up a bit bored reading KISSED BY DARKNESS.As it is the first book in a series there is a lot of background setting in Morgan s life to go through, so the story is slow to get going The bogged down pace isn t helped by the cast of unmemorable characters, two of whom annoy me the heroine I ve just had to reread the book s blurb to recall her name whines about things being complicated, when it s her that it making thingscomplicated by not telling others important stuff Another major annoyance is the romantic sexy angle One of the men I m meant to be swooning over just pisses me off I hate seeing him turn up Breaking into the heroine s house while she sleeps isn t cute A it gives of mega crazy stalker vibes not romantic ones.B even though Morgan shrugs it off, it drives me crazy that he doesn t respect personal boundaries.I m not a Twilight loving tween, so I m certainly not getting hot under the collor here Romance and urban fantasy is just so easy to screw up, I guess.Yep I said one of the men I m meant to be swooning over That means we have a case of multiple love interests Yawn I m tired of reading the same old things If there is one surefire way to turn me off a book, it s by including this tired old cliche.We don t learn enough about the other secondary characters for me to make up my mind about them.In summary zzzzzzzzz