Blood Fest: Chasing DestinyAugust 11, 2011: Book Lover's Hideaway Gives Blood Fest: Chasing Destiny a 4½ Feather Review

They say: "I can't tell you just how much I enjoyed this book...I haven't read too many with the females [main female character] as PI's but then maybe it’s the books I choose. I love that she is sassy, stubborn and kick's ass!...This book was fun wild ride, that has you chuckling out loud, Not one part of this storyline did I find boring though towards the end I did scratch my head on one thing. Wondering how was that possible, I truly hope there is another book to follow this one. I would definitely love to read more. I am also going to be checking out Pepper's other works." READ FULL REVIEW

Blood Fest: Chasing DestinyJune 16, 2011: Laura McQuillen of Kick Back & Review Gives Blood Fest: Chasing Destiny 5 Stars

She says: "...Take a sexy man, make him into not only a vampire but also a werewolf, throw him in England with that killer accent and make him a nobleman? Drool. Then put him together with a woman that can handle him and sit back and watch the fireworks fly. Chase is just the kind of female character that I love to read about. She is strong, smart and sassy. She knows what she wants and goes after it. She doesn't need a man in her life, but who is she to resist when the opportunity presents itself in the form of tall, dark, and yummy?

Roman is an aloof English aristocrat that has no interest in finding a mate, much to his adoptive father's dismay. His father sets out to find him one anyway, sending Chase his way. Once he meets Chase and realizes that she doesn't know what she is, he can't turn her away...Chasing Destiny is a well written book with well-developed characters and a fun new world of vampires and shape-shifters, with plenty of page turning action, fun characters and humor. The way Roman and Chase go at each other is funny and realistic. David is the friend you'll wish you could have that is loyal, caring, and amusing. His reactions to situations are totally believable and amusing. The added characters from other were-packs are mysterious and sexy and will leave you wanting to see more of them.

The background that the author gave Chase adds a sort of an “Anastasia” mysteriousness to her, with the potential for a prequel sometime in the future, if Ms. O'Neal is so inclined. It would be a history that would add depth to not only to Chase, but the entire were-tiger culture in the book...If you enjoy paranormal romance, vampires and shape-shifters – you will definitely want to check out this book. It is one that may end up on your keeper shelf. Wouldn't want to miss out on that, would you? This book is also available in paperback, as well as ebook format."  READ FULL REVIEW