• Article: UF & PNR March 2016

    Is winter over yet? As much as I love lounging around reading books while wrapped in one of my fuzzy blankets, I’m really over the cold. Here in Michigan Mother Nature and Old Man Winter are locked in their annual battle of Winter versus Spring....

  • Review: Moonlight

    Amanda is an astounding Author. I have read her books for years. She did not disappoint me with “Moonlight.” I was caught in the first two sentences, I had to know more and the more I did come to know made me cry through the entirety of Part One. Not...

  • Review: Hell's Chapel Caith Morningstar, #1

    Orlando –land of that famous mouse – is Caith Morningstar’s home and she has a few rules that everyone needs to follow or they can get the heck out but either someone didn’t get that memo or they have a death wish in this thrilling urban fantasy. Although...

  • Review: The Enchanted A Faerie Tale Series, #1

    Be transported into a fantasy realm with a hero, heroine and wicked villain. Secrets will be revealed and pasts unraveled. Not everyone remembers the past the same. I loved the strong and magical hero. I liked him, but he was also flawed. Our heroine...

  • Review: In The Kingdom's Name Guardian of Scotland, #2

    Calling all fans of historical romance, time-travel romance, Sottish romance....I cannot express to you enough how much you need to read this Guardian of Scotland series! Amy Jarecki's descriptive writing, once again, had me feeling as if I was the one...

  • Review: The Cougar's Wish Desert Guards, #4

    Sexy, human Steven Welch is definitely the guy you want at your side. He'll make anyone a great fated mate. Will he claim his mate or run? Steven and were-cougar Belle Foye's family tries to saves her from the hellmouth on numerous occasions. Her family...

  • Review: Bear in Love Hunter's Manor, #2

    Bear in Love, Hunter’s Manor Series, Book 2 by Terra Wolf, Meredith Clarke deserves 5 stars! This book was well played. Piper Alexander (psychic) and Noah Hunter ‘s (bear shifter) story comes to a conclusion with an HEA. The Hunter's Manor series goes...

  • Review: Bear in Sight Hunter's Manor, #1

    Bear in Sight, Hunter's Manor Series, Book 1 by Terra Wolf with Meredith Clarke gets 4.5 stars! This series is off to a really great start. This series is just amazing. These authors know their craft well and are able to deliver consistently what readers...

  • Review: Black Rabbit Hall

    Black Rabbit Hall rates an OK from me. I loved the cover which is pretty much why I grabbed it and well the thing about the ghosts etc. just made me want to read it more. The issue I had going into this one is the dual time lines. We get two storylines...

  • Review: Jade Crew: Captive Bear Ridgeback Bears Book 4

    Jade Crew: Captive Bear deserves 5 stars and a WOW! I finished reading Jade Crew: Captive Bear with amazement. Darren's story needed to be told. He paid dues for a crime that he didn't commit. Readers get to read how jealousy and enemies ruin lives? Darren...

  • Review: The Dragon Guardian Lochguard Highland Dragons Book 2

    The Dragon Guardian (Lochguard Highland Dragons #2) Jessie Donovan is definitely a compelling story. The story captured my attention from the start. I was not disappointed by the unique storyline but wanted to read more. I couldn't resist a story about...

  • Review: Hunger Untamed Vampire Hunger, #3

    "Untamed Hunger" is my first book by Dee Carney. I am absolutely impressed with her writing. Dee's writing is very expressive, in-depth and very visual. Dee had me caught up in the story-line within the first paragraph, and by the end of the chapter I...

  • Review: Fire Touched A Mercy Thompson Novel, #9

    Mercy and Adam have always cracked me up. Their world is so fun but it has it’s danger too. When I have a bad day I can always curl up with them and just laugh. Their world is so different and interesting, I mean you have werewolves, a coyote, shamans...

  • Review: Wicked Enchantment

    I really enjoyed this story as I was a big fan of “I Dream of Jeannie” and always wondered what it was really like in the bottle. Yes, we saw scenes of it but there had to be more than that! Keeshan isn’t cute and dressed in scarves; he’s gorgeous and...

  • Review: Black 21 Golden Hills Legacy Series, #1

    Black 21 by Nancy Glynn opens as if you were watching a drama from a warm and comfortable sofa or chaise lounge. Black 21 is brimming with a tinge of curiosity, sensuality, and suspense mixed within it. The thread of the curiosity is to know and understand...

  • Review: Undercover Bear: Harrison

    Undercover Bear Series, Harrison, Book 1 by Terra Wolf & Meredith Clarke is awesome! It's first in the series but can be read standalone. This story rocked! I'm hooked on the authors' unique style of writing and consistent awesome writing skills. No need...

  • Review: Undercover Bear: Gavin

    Gavin, Undercover Bear Series, Book 2 by Terra Wolf & Meredith Clarke is a wrap! It's part of a series but can be read standalone. Don't be surprised if you find yourself hooked on these authors! I want more books by them! I can't wait to read the next...

  • Review: Hunger Awakened Vampire Hunger, #2

    Hunger Awakened is an awe-inspiring piece of writing. Dee Carney has done a tremendous job. Her story-line is amazing and her plot is fantastic. Dee's characters are awesome and quite unique. Love this story immensely. Sabastian Kent, known best at Bast,...

  • Review: Feverborn Fever #8, Dani O'Malley Trilogy #3

    This 8th book in the Fever series just didn’t work out for me. It seemed that it went back into plots/stories from the other books that had been finished, just to stir up trouble. This series feels like it’s stuck and just can't find its footing. I was...

  • Review: Stone Bear: Sentinel Stone Bears, #1

    Stone Bear: Sentinel Stone deserves 4.5 stars and a WOW. Gabriel, Stone Bear shifter from Genesis Valley has his own story to be told. Caia pushes him to the limits. Will they be able to stay business professionals or develop into something more with...

  • Review: Mystic's Touch

    I love a good fantasy novel and this one had a really intriguing plot. The king dies unexpectedly which means that his son, Prince Ceros has to be called back from his training abroad, but clearly someone is up to no good because the Prince is hardly...

  • Review: Favorite Obsession Royal Pride, #3

    This erotic paranormal tale provides an intriguing twist on shifter tales with its focus on a schism within shifter society itself. The heartrending backgrounds of some of the characters make this a poignant tale that is counterbalanced by the intense...

  • Review: The Incubus Job Mission: Magic #1

    Diana Pharaoh Francis has created an intriguing world in The Incubus Job with lots of interesting elements and captivating characters, as well as some remarkable quirks. Especially in Mallory’s case, where a bunch of helpful ghosts, which may or may not...

  • Review: Hoodoo Blue Magic and Mayhem, #1

    You’ve never seen a blind date like this one. Funny doesn’t describe it well enough. All of the characters have issues which feed into the hilarity. However, under all of the laughs is a budding romance. Between total errors and freak outs, including...

  • Review: Catching an Evil Tail Soul Catchers, #2

    After her first adventure in Chicago where Jessie tracks down an ancient and evil vampire and sends his soul to hell, Jessie is trying to go back to her life as normal as possible. She is back to ghost hunting with her human friends, who haven’t...

  • Review: Dangerous Rockwood Family Series, #2

    Well-written with vibrant lovable characters and an interesting premise. Besides, how can you resist a scholarly gentlewoman who knows more about Egyptian artifacts than the average museum curator of the time? Couple that with a devilishly sexy hero and...

  • Review: Love Me, Love Me Not

    Well written with an interesting premise and lovely prose. I adored Pierce and I loved the relationship between him and Ana and how sweet and beautiful it was. But honestly, none of it balanced out the frustration for me. There was just way too much rank...

  • Review: The Life I Left Behind

    This was a unique and well done psychological thriller. Six years ago Melody was attacked and left for dead. A dog walker finds her and saves her life. She has spent those years holed up in her home and isolated from the world. When the man convicted...

  • Review: Gifted Thief Highland Magic Book 1

    GIFTED THIEF is the first book in a new series by Helen Harper called Highland Magic. Integrity Taylor is Sidhe, but she has denied her heritage because of the horrible treatment she received as a child. She ran away from the Clan that was instructed...

  • Review: Knights of Stone: Mason Highland Gargoyles, #1

    Mason plans to seduce the pixie-like female that keeps returning for the show, until he discovers that she is a tree witch and forbidden in this delightful paranormal romance. Kayla can’t resist sneaking into gargoyle territory to watch one particular...

  • Review: Runaway Vampire Argeneau Vampire, #23

    Lynsay Sands has another five star winner in Runaway Vampire, the latest in her amazing Argeneau Series. This novel was sexy and suspenseful and it held my interest from start to finish. Dante Notte literally runs into the path of true love. Someone is...

  • Review: Bitter Bite Elemental Assassin, #14

    I love this urban fantasy series because it combines such remarkably imaginative situations with action, angst, and romance, and the intense violence is over the top yet not nausea-inducing, a tricky line to navigate. One can’t help but getting caught...

  • Review: Gage Contract Killers Book 1

    Who wouldn't love a man willing to kill for them? Come on; admit it. The PC man of today vacillates over swatting a fly, but Gage is guns blazing when Neeka is in danger. My heart goes pitter patter. Violence is the name of the game in this quick read,...

  • Review: Carnal Exiled, #1

    Can I say that I love The Exiled? Author Victoria Danann has expanded the extraordinary world of The Order of the Black Swan to include the new world of The Exiles, and they are a tremendous force to be reckoned with. The storyline takes off at breakneck...

  • Review: Pia Does Hollywood A Short Story of the Elder Races

    This sensual novella reminds us of the intense connection between Dragos and Pia even as it provides a few lighter moments, such as when Dragos ponders WWPD (what would Pia do) or finds a way to circumvent rules to protect his lover. The brevity of the...

  • Review: Dark Alpha's Embrace Reapers, #2

    Dark Alpha's Embrace is the stunning second book the Reaper Series. I’d just like to say that Donna Grant is doing a spectacular job on this new series. The story opens at an uncertain time for the Reapers. Bran and his Dark are kind of kicking their...

  • Review: The Lazarus Gate Lazarus Gate 1

    The Lazarus Gate, which is the first book of the Lazarus Gate series, was an interesting read. I liked the mix of historical fiction and sci-fi. It had a great overlying mystery throughout most of the book and some intense scenes, which seemed nearly...

  • Article: UF & PNR February 2016

    Winter seems to drag on forever. February. Still cold here in Michigan… Still bundling up and reading under my blankets every night. What are you reading? I just finished The Witches of Cambridge by Menna van Praag , the review will be posted soon...

  • Review: Jade Crew: Forgotten Bear Ridgeback Bears Book 3

    Jade Crew: Forgotten Bear deserves 4.5 stars and a WOW! I finished reading Jade Crew: Forgotten Bear with a happy feeling. I was able to revisit previous characters from the other books and meet new ones. Amelia Jade did a great job with writing this....

  • Review: Miracle Wolf for Christmas Kalispell Shifters Book 12

    Miracle Wolf for Christmas gets 5 stars and a Top Pick! I highly recommend Miracle Wolf for Christmas (Kalispell Shifters Series, Book 12) by Vanessa Devereaux. Kent Huxley (werewolf, alien from outer space, Kalispell Shifter) felt the need to run free....

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Kat Martin

    Hi Kat, Thanks for coming over today to answer some questions for us. Who are the main characters from your latest book, Into the Fury? Ethan Brodie, a bodyguard, is hired to protect Valentine Hart, a La Belle Fashion show lingerie supermodel when one...

  • Review: Kitty Saves the World Kitty Norville, #14

    Kitty and her adventures have always been amusing to me. I was introduce to her and her brood by a friend. Kitty is one of those people that you just like and I have enjoyed seeing her grow in this series. Carrie Vaughn has such a way with words, she...

  • Review: Dance with the Devil Soul's Harbor Pride, #1

    This paranormal story is filled with—multiple factions that all have a different agenda, a territory in dispute, packs that have succession issues and heirs that aren’t comfortable with the requirements for leadership nor the strictures attendant with...

  • Review: The Water Thief

    The Water Thief is an enjoyable story about young lord, Sebastian, who has been falsely held in an insane asylum since he was a teen. He thinks his family is all dead and his future is grim and bleak. A chance storm destroys the walls one day and he escapes....

  • Review: Murder Casts Its Spell

    Margaret C. Morse creates a world full of magical and mundane things with this unique mystery. Petra Rakowtiz is one tough cookie and I mean that as a compliment. Her friend and co-worker gets arrested for murder and then she discovers magical abilities...

  • Review: Bear Prince Royal Bears Book 1

    Hannah is a dancer, just trying to make a living, when a noble prince comes along. He is immediately taken by the humble beauty and wants to get closer to her. When Hannah finds herself in a struggle with a pushy man, Andrei dashes to her rescue. A bond...

  • Review: Wandering Soul

    Elsa Sinclair has a secret…she can travel back in time and when she stumbles across the man behind the legendary Phantom of the Opera she can’t leave him to his fiery fate in this bewitching paranormal romance. Shocked and in wonder at the marvels of...

  • Review: Lost Souls

    Lost Souls is amazing! I had sworn off books about angels for some time now, but this one was wonderful and has made me fall in love with them again! I can't say too much just for the fact so much would be a spoiler, but this book has our main character...

  • Review: Jarek Dragons of Preor, #1

    This is a spinoff of the Ujal series. Jarek is a Preor, or dragon shifter to us humans. He has a past that haunts him and has made him feared and even hated by his own people. He’s on the mission to Earth to find brides as a commander only. He’s not “shopping”...

  • Review: Wolf's Lady

    Jessica Marting wrote a quick, enjoyable read with this book. It is a historical paranormal book and was a fun read. She made the characters a pleasure to get to know with the bad guys very easy to dislike. The descriptions were well detailed and the...

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Kresley Cole Author Talk Interview

Sometimes authors just need a little "help" finding their way into an Author Talk interview. Here Jill Monroe and Kresley Cole discuss her latest paranormal romances and Gena Showalter adds her own unique interpretation of Kresley's impressive career.