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Best Paranormal Romance Books of 2014

If you love reading paranormal romance novels, you have probably heard of The Shapeshifters in the Spring. This incredible novel was made into a hit television show, and it should be on every paranormal romance reader’s bookshelf. But what about the best paranormal romance books? Is there really a book out there that can top it all? This article will help you decide. I’ll list a few of my favorites.

Shapeshifters in the Spring

In Shapeshifters in the Spring, Lia Davis and Milly Taiden have written sixteen new, heart-stopping stories that explore the supernatural underworld. Their characters are a combination of power and freedom, and they face danger and temptations to fulfill their destiny. While shapeshifters are often placed on the edge of humanity, they are still a part of their community, and their connection with ordinary people makes them an appealing combination.

As humans, shapeshifters are naturally born with a preferred form and cycle between them. The favored appearance of the shapeshifter is a part of the mystery. Mia Vallens had been afraid of Buddy, and so she changed her appearance to protect herself. She had a picture of him in her head, and had a picture of him in it. Mia was able to avoid Buddy because he knew she was a shapeshifter, but she was too scared to show him.

In this novel, shapeshifters take on the physical characteristics of a living person, a deceased person, or a fictional character. Some of them mimic inhuman characteristics or even fictional characters. Some have the ability to change their skin color instantly. While others can only change their physical appearance in a moment, Sal Lassiter has the ability to alter his hair color in seconds. The transformation can be a terrifying and magical experience.


If you’re looking for a new paranormal romance novel, you’ll love Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. The story follows the bad boy next door, Daemon Black, who has a fantastic bod and brilliant green eyes. But he hates everyone, and has been a human enemy since day one. As a result, he’s lonely, and he wants a human companion.

The first chapter of OBSIDIAN MINE hooks readers, and Bailey creates a compelling mystery surrounding the children’s impending change. The paranormal mythology never feels fully fleshed out, however. Vampires seem to age naturally, drink scotch, and seek a vaguely defined ritual. The nature of were-creatures, as well as how they can coexist with humans, are left unanswered.

Prisoner in the Night

A popular new release for 2014 is Prisoner in the Night, a new novel by #1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward. This paranormal romance is filled with danger and romance, and it will surely make you want to read the entire series. This novella-length read is the perfect way to introduce readers to the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, but it is also a great read for paranormal romance fans.

In Prisoner in the Night, you will meet Leila, who has unusual powers like reading minds and controlling electricity. This ability has caused her to be imprisoned for a crime that she didn’t commit. Now she’s being recruited by the institution that imprisoned her and she has to learn how to control her powers in order to free herself of her imprisonors.

In Prisoner in the Night, we meet a grim Reaper and part-time private investigator named Charley Davidson. As a part-time private investigator, she is also a Grim Reaper. She is a specialist in seeing the dead and guiding them into the afterlife. However, she can’t help but fall in love with the son of Satan, who wants to annihilate the human race.

Halfway to the Grave

While many romance books fall into the sexy, erotic category, Halfway to the Grave is a refreshing change. While there are plenty of steamy love scenes throughout the book, the novel is actually driven by a compelling storyline. The characters aren’t just cardboard cutouts, and the plot includes vampires and people who might threaten them. A good paranormal romance book should have a good plot, and this one does.

While this is a debut novel, I’m looking forward to seeing more of Jeaniene Frost. Her writing is so rich and full of character nuances that I can’t wait to read more from her. I’m excited to see how she continues to develop these characters in upcoming books. Fans of the Night Huntress series will enjoy this book. The author has also promised a follow-up novel in 2008.

Hollow Heathens

The Hollow Heathens are a group of adult paranormal romance books about four boys and one ignorant newcomer who have come to Weeping Valley to break a curse. The town is cursed, and its residents act like jerks. But that isn’t enough, the firstborn sons are cursed as well. That’s why every Heathen before Julian has tried to break the curse.

Fallon has been away from her hometown for 24 years, but now she’s back to take care of her grandfather. When she arrives, she’s forced into a century-old feud between two covens, the Sacred Sea Coven and the Heathens. The Sacred Sea protects Fallon, but warns her not to cross over to the Heathens. Fallon is suddenly smitten with Julian Blackwell, the mysterious hunk who tries to win her over.

Seduced by Moonlight

Seduced by Moonlight by Laurell K. Hamilton is the third novel in the Merry Gentry series. The story takes place during the American Revolution and is filled with paranormal romance and suspense. The characters are both interesting and well-written. This book has a lot of great qualities for fans of paranormal romance novels. It is definitely worth reading. It is a captivating read that will have you hooked from the first page.

The novel is set during a fictional world where gods and shape-shifters are a reality. It depicts the world where immortal souls, shape-shifters, and gods are all real, but not humans. The story also features the characters that inhabit this fantasy world. This book will make you think about the supernatural. Seduced by Moonlight is an exceptional paranormal romance book. If you love fantasy books, you’ll love this book.

Seduced by Moonlight by Laurell K. Hamilton is the third book in the Merry Gentry series. The protagonist is Merry Gentry, a faerieprincess who turned private investigator. She is the niece of Andais, the Queen of Air and Darkness, who had attempted to kill her as a child. Then she was offered the title of crown princess. As a result, Merry Gentry is drawn to Andais’ mysterious ways and begins to reshape the world.


The first novel in the Fever series is Darkfever, and it’s the first in the Fever series to be published by #1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning. It was released in November 2006 by Delacorte Press. Among its many excellent features is the use of the paranormal genre, which is often overlooked when it comes to romance novels. The first novel in the Fever series, Darkfever is a compelling paranormal romance with a love story that’s both thrilling and uplifting.

If you’re interested in paranormal romance, this novel will definitely appeal to fans of urban fantasy and YA literature. It has the elements of a good read: a murder mystery, a well-developed world, and multiple swoon-worthy leading men. While it will likely be a slow-burn romance, Darkfever has everything you’re looking for in a paranormal romance. Although there are a few pacing issues, the story is entertaining and engrossing.

Can’t Fix Cupid

This can’t-put-down paranormal romance book will have you swooning over the characters in no time. But being a cupid is a hard job. The cupids have quotas to meet and targets to hit with arrows, but the powers don’t always work. A cupid must also deal with the problems of society, such as poverty, a lack of education, and more.

Trix, a dysfunctional Cupid, is determined to remain in the Veil. In order to achieve this, she releases a foul odor that kills potential matches. Warren Knight, a single CEO bachelor, has become obsessed with Trix, but his obsession with her is making his dating life miserable. Even his dates are ruined by Trix’s odorous funk.