Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Review: Raging Winter by Colleen Gleason

A stand-alone, short novel in the international best-selling Gardella Vampire Hunter series.

When vampire hunter Max Denton goes undercover at an English estate over the Christmas holidays, the last person he wants to find there is the lovely Savina Eleiasa. But present she is--and on the arm of her new fiancé.

This is the second short Max Denton novel and can be read as a standalone. 

Kindle Edition, 82 pages
Published December 15th 2015 by Avid Press 
Series: The Gardella Vampire Hunters #9
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Kristine's Thoughts:

Raging Winter is a stand alone novella that is part of the Gardella Vampire Hunter series. I won't say a lot about it or sugar coat it but I wasn't a fan.

Max had issues to put it mildly and there was no covering them to my satisfaction in the 82 pages that it took to get through the novella. On top of that, the plot in this little story fell short of interesting for a lack of better words. Lastly, it didn't even begin to scratch the Christmas itch that I was hoping it would when I picked it up.

I truly feel that you have to be familiar with this series and have read it to enjoy this novella. It is marketed as a stand alone but there was too much left unsaid from before and after. Without a history of these characters this novella is just a lack luster story that is truly forgettable.

About the Author
Award-winning, NEW YORK TIMES and USA Today bestselling author Colleen Gleason has written more than twenty books for major publishers such as Penguin Group, Harlequin Enterprises, Chronicle Books, and HarperCollins (as Joss Ware). Her books have been translated into seven different languages.

Colleen lives in the Midwest United States where she is fortunate enough to be working on her next book.  

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