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10 Paranormal Romance Books To Read if You Hate Paranormal Romance
Or… undead. Published back at the height of paranormal romance popularity, Kelley Armstrong delivered a thrilling entry into the genre with this trilogy. My name is Chloe Saunders and my life will never be the same again. All I wanted was to make friends, meet boys, and keep on being ordinary. It all started on the day that I saw my first ghost — and the ghost saw me. The question is, whose side are they on? Every year, Blue Sargent stands next to her clairvoyant mother as the soon-to-be dead walk past.
Happily for me, every year the YA shelves fill up with more wildly imaginative and transporting fantasies, from dark fairy tales to eerie retellings to sprawling epics to delightful, uncategorizable oddballs. See all previews here. Add to Bag. RoseBlood , by A. But the truth is more complicated, and far more dangerous, in this tale. This series starter is set in a fantasy world touched with Indian myth and culture. Scarlett Dragna is the abused daughter of a brutal man living on an island in a distant world.
The Chosen: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood
Heroes with fangs or fur, heroines who can singe your eyebrows off with a wicked fireball, and evil villains often bent on world domination are the markings of many paranormal romances, where the action is often larger than life. Add to Bag. Kiss of Midnight , by Lara Adrian Lucan Thorne is a vampire tasked with hiding his kind from the rest of the world. The Black Lily , by Juliette Cross A Cinderella -esque retelling where vampires are the ruling class and the heroine hopes to assassinate the vampire prince during a masquerade ball. A new take on the vampire romance with fairy tale elements, a secret rebellion, and two people who find themselves drawn to each other, despite being labeled as enemies. The heroine is concierge for vampires, handling all their daytime business. Meanwhile, the heroine, Honoria, is torn between holding onto her hatred against vampires and being won over by the sweet, Cockney vamp who bought her a pork pie.