ARC Review: Diamond Dust by Vivian Arend

Posted September 10, 2013 by Francesca in Reviews / 3 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
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ARC Review: Diamond Dust by Vivian Arend
Diamond Dust
by Vivian Arend

4.5 Stars


Released: August 20, 2013
Series: Takhini Wolves #3
Published by Samhain Publishing
Pages: 273
Format: ARC

“DIAMOND DUST may just be my favorite book in the series!” ~Under the Covers

DIAMOND DUST may just be my favorite book in the series!  I’ve always liked Caroline, the human dating the wolf alpha.  They had a good arrangement, being together until he found his mate.  She is tough enough for the job, tough enough to handle the wolves, and human enough to surprise other shifters with all of her knowledge of their world.

When the bears come into town, that brings along Tyler.  He’s the typical bear, which I love.  A bit self centered, expectant that things will go his way, not the brightest when it comes to wooing women.  But he’s extremely hot and possessive.

From their first very unconventional meeting, Caroline and Tyler have excellent chemistry.  They have an easy way around each other, with just the right amount of bickering and sexual tension.

DIAMOND DUST was a short but extremely enjoyable read.  A great addition to the series and the perfect start in the search for our lovable alpha’s mate.  Can’t wait!

*ARC provided by author

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About Vivian Arend

Vivian Arend in one word: Adventurous. In a sentence: Willing to try just about anything once. That wide-eyed attitude has taken her around North America, through parts of Europe, and into Central and South America, often with no running water.

Her optimistic outlook also meant that when challenged to write a book, she gave it a shot, and discovered creating worlds to play in was nearly as addictive as traveling the real one. Now a New York Times and USA bestselling author of over 30 novels and short stories in both contemporary and paranormal genres, Vivian continues to explore, write and otherwise keep herself well-entertained.

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Thanks for the review Francesca!

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