Review: Bad Mouth by Angela McCallister

August 19, 2013 Review 2

Review: Bad Mouth by Angela McCallister

After her ex-husband’s obsession with vampires, Valerie Craig is on a mission to stop transformations. Of all vampires, Kade Rollins is the worst of the worst, but when multiple murders plague Seattle, Val is forced to enlist his aid. Kade’s crude wit and seductive nature attract her like no other, but she can’t ignore his violence toward his human servants, no matter her yearning to forget.

She’s torn when she learns Kade may be behind the murders. Val's worked hard to protect humans from vampires, but the truth surrounding the murders could ignite a bloody battle between their races, one humans are sure to lose. Someone is pulling strings to build a vampire army and spark the war—setting Kade up to kick it off. But if she trusts the vampire prince, she risks her job, her integrity, and her heart if he betrays her as all the men in her life have.

Title: Bad Mouth
Author: Angela McCallister
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Bad Cop
Published by Entangled Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: May 20th 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 247
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars

Can I just say I really didn’t put title and book together until the very end. You would think I would have figured it out earlier but really, I was enjoying myself too much to put two and two together. Bad Mouth was a great paranormal romance with an added mystery and action elements. I like when a story has some added unexpected twist…especially if I don’t see them coming. The plot manages to contain a few new items that I have not encountered before in a vamp story which considering how many paranormal romances I read, says a lot.

The star of this book is very much Kade. His ‘bad mouth’ and cocky attitude really made this a entertaining story. Yes, he is full of profanities but really, it is not too over-the-top extreme. With all the creative situations author Angela McCallister put the characters through, sometimes the word ‘f**k’ is called for! I found Valerie to a tough strong woman. When you put the two of them together, sparks fly in more ways than one. Actually all the characters were great. There are a few secondary characters (hint-hint Ms McCallister – Ptolomy and Ezra!) I would love to see get their own stories.

If Bad Mouth is any indication of what we can expect in the future from Ms McCallister, then consider me a new fan. Most definitely a great story to spend the afternoon reading. An excellent piece of work that I will be recommending! Bad Mouth

2 Responses to “Review: Bad Mouth by Angela McCallister”

  1. kirsten l

    Loved the review! Bad Mouth was sooo good. I love the world that Angela created, and also cannot wait for the next book in the series, Bad Cop!!