Throwback Thursday #10

Throwback Thursday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by me and Stephanie @Bookfever where we feature books that we've read in the past but are still crazy about. It could be a book you read as a child and still remember and love or maybe just a book that you haven't read in a long time and want to show your love for.Each week we'll be featuring a new random question to answer!

  My pick this week: 

First Drop Of Crimsom (Night Huntress World #1)

The night is not safe for mortals.

Denise MacGregor knows all too well what lurks in the shadows – her best friend is half-vampire Cat Crawfield – and she has already lost more than the average human could bear. But her family’s dark past is wrapped in secrets and shrouded in darkness – and a demon shapeshifter has marked Denise as prey. Now her survival depends on an immortal who craves a taste of her.

He is Spade, a powerful, mysterious vampire who has walked the earth for centuries and is now duty-bound to protect this endangered, alluring human – even if it means destroying his own kind. Denise may arouse his deepest hungers, but Spade knows he must fight his urge to have her as they face the demon nightmare together…

Because once the first drop of crimson falls, they will both be lost.

Love love love this book! Just, gaaah it's so great. This book made me love Spade so much more, he's great. And him and Denise are so cute together ^^
Ian is in there with his... personaily. Great moments with him that's so funny! 
A must read! 


“Luscious, aren't I, poppet? Go on, stare. I don't mind.”
-“You look like a Dracula porn movie reject”
-“Let‟s not speak of him. Like the devil, Vlad might appear if we do.”

Ahhh, that quote. I so love Ian <3 and="" awesomeness="" font="" funny="" he="" just="" pure="" s="" so="">

Question of the week:

What is the first book you remember loving?

Hmmm, tough one. Well, we had this book that we read in school so of course it's danish, translation is the dwarf from normandie. It's about girls sewing the Bayeux Tapestry. It's so many years ago that I don't remember much of it, but I remember how I thought it was actually really good and interesting. Read it even though the book was huge.

How about you?
Answer in the comment section!

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  1. I hadn't commented yet so doing it now... :P

    Ian, of course xD Haha love it!


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