Twilight can step back because Bride is taking the stage! While this vampire and werewolf romance is a significant departure from the usual Hazelwood fare, fans of her STEMinist stories will appreciate that we still have a whip-smart hacker as our female lead. Misery Lark just also happens to be Vampyre nobility, so to speak, on the eve of an arranged marriage to the Alpha of the Weres. Hazelwood expertly pulls off the dark and sexy atmosphere that made this romance so tantalizing to me, while also not skimping on the plot or the rich relationships that Misery makes despite her persistent (and hilarious) cynicism. Bride is perfect for supernatural romance lovers, and a good starter book for the monster smut-curious. It’s my favorite Hazelwood novel yet, set in a fully realized urban fantasy world that I cannot wait to return to. Recommended by Wulfe
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