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CHEYENNE McCRAY “VAMPIRES DEAD AHEAD” REVIEW

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         Publication Date:         November 29, 2011

With zero tolerance for bloodsuckers, Nyx and the Trackers have made the streets safer for warm-blooded New Yorkers. Unfortunately, they didn’t drive a stake through the problem nationwide. Vampire attacks are on the rise. Proctors are dropping like flies. And Volod—New York’s ousted Master Vampire—is trying to make a comeback…

Nyx is worried—about her city, her job, and her neck. But mostly she’s concerned about her former lover, Rodán, a Proctor who’s gone missing. Scarier still, Volod is capturing and “turning” paranorms to help him paint the town red. Which sucks. Because some of these new vampires are Nyx’s old friends. But hey—if she can stake them here, she’ll stake them anywhere

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This is a fast paced, page turner. The characters and the story line is great. Volod makes a great villain. When someone very close to Nyx is taken, things quickly escalate to code red. Colin is one hot dragon, and I want one for Christmas, please Santa? I hope she will continue this series. I would recommend this to anyone. I give this a 5/ 5 stars.

 

 

Jane Yellowrock used to hunt vampires, but now she must fight--and win--beside them. As Enforcer
In her bestselling Alpha and Omega series, Patricia Briggs "spins tales of werewolves, coyote shifters,
Are you ready for a Shadow Hunt? For years now, Scarlett Bernard has counted on
Taran Wird, who commands the power to wield fire and lightning, is an oddity in
  BABY, I’M HOWLING FOR YOU: WELCOME TO ALPHAVILLE, where the she-wolves and alpha-males play.

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CHEYENNE McCRAY “ZOMBIES SOLD SEPERATELY” REVIEW

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Publication Date:May 24, 2011

Nyx hates Zombies. Seriously. Hates. Zombies. Ever since she was a youngling, she’s been haunted by them. And even though she’s a big girl now—a half-human, half-Drow private eye, to be precise—Nyx bristles at the mere thought of the walking dead.

Meanwhile, the corpses of humans and paranorms alike are turning up all over New York City. Now it’s up to Nyx to find out who—or what—is behind this series of horrific attacks. But it’s only a matter of time before Nyx is drawn deeper into her darkest fears…and her worst nightmare about meeting a real, flesh-and-blood-hungry, body-snatching Zombie comes blindingly to life. Or death…

Nyx faces her most terrifying case yet in Zombies Sold Separately–a Night Tracker Novel from bestselling author Cheyenne McCray.

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I love books with zombies in them, and being paired up with a Cheyenne McCrey book makes it even better.  She knows how to develop a story line and her characters that they both blend together and make this amazing story that pulls you into a world that won’t let you go until you finish the  very last page. The character of Nyx saw her brother taken by zombies when she was younger. He went to fight them with the other dark drow and was never seen again. That day has haunted her since. Now her nightmare is back, and they are filtering into her world and she has to find out who is controlling them. I loved this book and I give this boo 5/ 5 stars.

In her bestselling Alpha and Omega series, Patricia Briggs "spins tales of werewolves, coyote shifters,
Are you ready for a Shadow Hunt? For years now, Scarlett Bernard has counted on
Taran Wird, who commands the power to wield fire and lightning, is an oddity in
  BABY, I’M HOWLING FOR YOU: WELCOME TO ALPHAVILLE, where the she-wolves and alpha-males play.

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REVIEW “VAMPIRES NOT INVITED” BY CHEYENNE McCREY

VAMPIRES NOT INVITED

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Publication Date: November 30, 2010

New York Times bestselling author Cheyenne McCray sets the night on fire in her blazing-hot Night Tracker series—where the fangs come out when the sun goes down…

Vampire attacks are on the rise in the city that never sleeps. So why is half-human, half-Drow private eye Nyx tracking down Sprites? Sure, these “young bloods” are causing mischief all over town—like painting the Statue of Liberty’s toenails neon pink. But it’s not until Nyx finds herself at the Pit, Manhattan’s hottest nightclub for paranorms, that she understands what she’s really up against…

Seems Master Vampire Volod has a plan—and the Sprites are in on it. By targeting the weaknesses of every paranorm in the city, from Elves to Shifters to Zombies, Volod and his fang gang aim to rule the night once and for all. Over Nyx’s dead body. She loves a good challenge—and she will seduce danger at every turn to throw Volod off course. It’s time for Nyx to enter the beating heart of this dark conspiracy…before driving a stake through it.

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I loved this book, the world building, the characters. Master Vampire Volod wants to rule nocturnal New York and the prominence that they once held. The vampire hires the sprites to cause destruction and pull pranks, while the vampires go ahead with their plan to take out the other paranormal species. This is a fast paced book with many twists and turns. I give this a 4/5 stars.

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CHEYENNE McCRAY “NO WEREWOLVES ALLOWED” REVIEW

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Publication Date:May 19, 2010

As a half-human, half-Drow private eye, Nyx is the go-to girl for tracking Demons in the night. So when several of New York City’s Werewolves go missing, Alpha Werewolf Dmitri Beketov hires Nyx for the job. But this time, she must leave the dark alleys and bright lights behind…

Nyx’s sixth sense tells her that life in the slow lane is a lot deadlier than it appears. Though she usually prefers to work solo, with this case she’s going to need all the help she can get. Enter Detective Adam Boyd: he’s watching her back, but is this human too sexy for his—and her—own good? Meanwhile, a powerful, malevolent force is exterminating paranorms and “unworthy” humans alike…and Nyx, still trying to get a foothold in her new surroundings, finds herself facing danger at every turn, in No Werewolves Allowed, a Night Tracker Novel from bestselling author Cheyenne McCray.

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This is a great second book in her Night Tracker series. I loved the story line and the character development. When Nyx is called in to help Dmitri Beketov the Alpha of the werewolf pack to help find out who is abducting and killing his pack. Nyx team up with Detective Adam Boyd to help her find out who id doing the killings. I love her friend Olivia who runs the PI business in the day, she wears these shirts with these great snarky sayings on them. One is ” I got pms and a gun, any questions?”,. The first time I saw that I about died laughing. She has a bunch of other cool t-shirts. I give this book a 5/5 stars.

 

 

Jane Yellowrock used to hunt vampires, but now she must fight--and win--beside them. As Enforcer
In her bestselling Alpha and Omega series, Patricia Briggs "spins tales of werewolves, coyote shifters,
Are you ready for a Shadow Hunt? For years now, Scarlett Bernard has counted on
Taran Wird, who commands the power to wield fire and lightning, is an oddity in
  BABY, I’M HOWLING FOR YOU: WELCOME TO ALPHAVILLE, where the she-wolves and alpha-males play.

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CHEYENNE McCRAY “DEMONS NOT INCLUDED” REVIEW

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Publication Date:June 2, 2009

Meet Nyx. This half-human, half–Drow private eye investigates paranormal crimes by day and is an elite Tracker of demons by night. She prefers working solo—and playing rough. So when a terrifying force starts murdering innocent humans and paranorms, and leaving strange demonic symbols burned into their buildings, it’s a case Nyx takes very personally…

Meanwhile, Nyx’s fellow Trackers are being killed one by one—and a sexy new Tracker named Torin is shadowing her every move. Torin has powers Nyx can’t read, and sometimes she wonders whose side he’s on. Nyx’s instincts tell her something’s brewing in the city’s meanest supernatural streets, and that it’s ready to unleash hell on Earth. Who can she trust? Now it’s five minutes to permanent midnight…and Nyx’s last chance means risking everything—even her own life.

Demons Not Included is the first Night Tracker Novel from bestselling author Cheyenne McCray.

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This is the first book of the Night Tracker series and it is a great start to a new series. Nyx, is a great character, she is one kick-butt character. She is half-drow and half-human private eye who investigates paranormal crimes during the day and at night she is an elite Tracker of demons at night. When some of her fellow trackers are being killed, a new Tracker is assigned to shadow Nyx. Cheyenne McCrey  knows how to world build that will draw you in and not let you go. The story and the characters just jump off the page. I loved this book, and I give it a 5/ 5 stars.

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Jane Yellowrock used to hunt vampires, but now she must fight--and win--beside them. As Enforcer
In her bestselling Alpha and Omega series, Patricia Briggs "spins tales of werewolves, coyote shifters,
Are you ready for a Shadow Hunt? For years now, Scarlett Bernard has counted on
Taran Wird, who commands the power to wield fire and lightning, is an oddity in
  BABY, I’M HOWLING FOR YOU: WELCOME TO ALPHAVILLE, where the she-wolves and alpha-males play.

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