New Release & Review – To Black With Love (Quentin Black #10) by J. C Andrijeski @jcandrijeski

Book & Author Details:

To Black With Love (Quentin Black #10) by J C Andrijeski
Publication date: 28th December 2018
Genres: Paranormal, Romance, Adult

It was too late to save him.
It was too late for him to want to be saved.
Nice guy Nick, ex-cop, decorated vet…
was no more.

Nick Tanaka has been missing for months.

After that mess on the Thai island of Koh Mangaan, Miri and Black search for Nick all over Europe, following every lead, every rumor or trail they can run down.

Those footsteps are rapidly fading, though.

Miri has to face facts.

Nick is probably dead.

Whether the vampires killed him, or he died in that fire on Koh Mangaan, she might never know.

She and Black return to the United States, back to San Francisco, back to the reality of her Uncle Charles and the civil war he’s brought to American soil.

Charles wants nothing more than to wipe out the vampire race, and he’s willing to enslave or kill every human on the planet to do it.

As his newly-founded “Purity Movement” starts riots in several states, the unrest moves closer to Black and Miri, even as Charles continues to pressure them to join the war on his side.

The vampires are worried about Charles, too––so worried, their king contacts Black, wanting an alliance.

In return, he promises Black and Miri news on Nick.

He also promises an offer they can’t refuse.

TO BLACK WITH LOVE is book ten in the QUENTIN BLACK MYSTERY series, a paranormal mystery series starring brilliant but dangerous psychic detective, Quentin Black, and his partner, forensic psychologist Miri Fox. It’s also a spinoff of the BRIDGE & SWORD SERIES.

THE QUENTIN BLACK SERIES encompasses a number of dark, gritty paranormal mystery arcs with science fiction elements, starring brilliant and mysterious Quentin Black and forensic psychologist Miriam Fox. For fans of realistic paranormal mysteries with romance elements, the series spans continents and dimensions as Black solves crimes, takes on other races and tries to keep his and Miri’s true identities secret to keep them both alive.

Black In White (Quentin Black Mystery #1)
Black As Night (Quentin Black Mystery #2)
Black On Black (Quentin Black Mystery #3)
Black Is Back (Quentin Black Mystery #4)
Black And Blue (Quentin Black Mystery #5)
Black Of Mood (Quentin Black Mystery #6)
Black To Dust (Quentin Black Mystery #7)
In Black We Trust (Quentin Black Mystery #8)
Black The Sun (Quentin Black Mystery #9)
To Black With Love (Quentin Black Mystery #10)


OK.  If you have any pre-conceived ideas about this book, I would strongly suggest that you ignore/discard them.  This book was so completely unexpected – in a really really good way.

As she did with the Bridge & Sword series, the author is steadily ramping up the tension and the threat level.  The ground never really feels secure under your feet with this one.  And for good reason.  Familiar faces; new threats; old threats.  And growth in Black and Miri’s relationship.

Even though that ending left me a little gob smacked, and the book as a whole left me scrambling for coherent thoughts, I loved each and every word.

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.



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About the author

I’m a USA Today bestselling author of sexy, apocalyptic and cyberpunk-y paranormal mystery, alternate history, urban fantasy & supernatural suspense, often with a metaphysical bent.

While it might seem like I have a (perhaps overly?) friendly relationship with my dark side, if you read my stuff, you’ll discover pretty quick that, at base and in my heart, I’m a big, sappy, pie in the sky idealist, and that I always want the light to win, love to win, the good guys to win, compassion to win, the bad guys to be redeemed or at least to find love…even if they have to crawl through mud and blood and crazy sex and betrayal and broken fingernails to get there.

Of course, not all of them make it…but I always hope that they will.

Other stuff: I have a background in journalism and political history, and a Master’s degree in the latter. I love to travel and to interact with different cultures and histories and I’ve traveled a fair bit (although never enough – there are always new places to see!).  I’ve also lived a lot of different places, including all over the United States where I was born, as well as stints in Europe, Australia and now Asia, including a few years in India and now a few in Thailand.

Currently, I live and work full-time as a writer in Bangkok, Thailand, where I have a beautiful view of a Buddhist wat right out the window while I write.

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