• Review: Allegiance of Honor Psy/Changelings, #15

    Nalini Singh is an incredibly talented author and her newest book is a testament to her visionary creativity. "Allegiance of Honor" is a novel that brings the reader back into the world of the Psy, shifters and humans at the tipping point of a new governing...

  • Article: Faye Avalon's Top 5 Heroes List

    Faye Avalon stops on over to share her top 5 heroes and an awesome giveaway! 1. Wrath, Dark Lover, J.R. Ward 2. Count Dracula, Bram Stoker - okay more of an anti-hero, but well, hmmmm... 3. Gage Guthrie, Night Shadow, Nora Roberts 4. Mikhail Dubrinksy,...

  • Article: JL Merrow's Top 5 Heroes + Giveaway

    JL Merrow shares 5 favorite paranormal heroes! 1. Thomas Nightingale from Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London series , which I rave about to anyone who will stand still long enough. The “voice” of the series is actually young mixed-race...

  • Article: UF & PNR August / September 2016

    Summer has gone by so fast. I couldn’t wait for it to get here and now it’s almost over and the kids are going back to school. It’s been a fun summer – and there have been so many books. But I have so many left to read. Good thing...

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

    Werewolves, I can honestly blame my family for this fascination. My mama and sister are completely addicted to all things werewolf and have taken me along for the ride. The “Mercy Thompson” series is another series that my sister introduced me to and...

  • Review: Taurus Guardians of the Stars Book 1

    Dragon-born Marcus Kane is done with existing. He wants more out of life. He lacks purpose. Will werewolf Abrial or the pack give him the jump start that he needs? What will the future bring for them? Time will tell if they be together or apart? Abrial...

  • Review: Bloodcraft The Cruentus Curse Series, #2

    “Bloodcraft” took me for a loop. For the most part I DIE HARD LOVE IT!!! Especially in the start when Tori is using magic to kill of all things spiders. I can’t help but think how useful that would be. But then there are parts that just made me want to...

  • Review: Ghostbusters

    Its Endy here and I’m reviewing this book for my mom! I’m a 12 year old and loving Ghostbusters! I LOVED the new movie and thought it was so much better than the original…please don't hunt me down. This companion book is awesome amazing! Beware that this...

  • Review: Roses and Rot

    Roses and Rot, by Kat Howard, is such an interesting book. I love the characters in this story. The idea of sisters, with a horrible mother, lends itself well with the fairy tale theme. The symbolism and enchantment of the Fae is well written. I could...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews A. Lee Martinez

    Hi A. Lee, Thanks for joining us on Night Owl Reviews. Please tell us a bit about your book "The Last Adventure of Constance Verity". Constance Verity has been having adventures since she turned seven. Every day, she faces mobsters, mysteries, aliens,...

  • Review: Tracefinder Contact

    “Tracefinder: Contact” by Kaje Harper is a m/m paranormal suspense tale that centers around undercover cop Nick Rugo who endeavors to channel his aggressive tendencies into a successful assignment to bring down a drug lord. His unexpected connection with...

  • Review: The Lady Who Saw Too Much The Sole Survivor Series, #2

    Gia's relationship with Landen was interesting but I loved how it developed. Gia goes to Landen to save his life and winds up doing so much more. I really connected with Gia and felt for her. She has been through hell and instead of having the support...

  • Review: Changes Tracefinder, #2

    “Tracefinder: Changes” provides a glimpse of the slippery slope being experienced by a former undercover cop who is determined to assist Brian in his quest to find a way to survive. Brian’s gift and naivete, plus the ongoing police hunt for his brother,...

  • Review: Marked A Vampire Blood Courtesans Romance

    I found my new addiction in Marked. This new series is definitely worth reading. This story is exhilarating. Be prepared to be enthralled by it. I’ve placed this on my 5 Star Top Pick list and I think you will too! Amelia Winter has some tough decisions...

  • Article: Page Turning Paranormals Contest - Awesome Prizes (Rock Star Lit)

    Rock Star Lit is pleased to announce our Page-Turning Paranormal contest for Summer of 2016! Enter below to win ebooks, signed books, gift cards, paranormal DVDs, Tarot Cards or a Psychic Reading! (Contest Ends: 8/31/16) Featuring these great authors:...

  • Review: Irresistibly Yours The Durand Chronicles - Book Two

    This is the 2nd book in the “Durand Chronicles” by Lark Brennan, however, it’s the first one I have read in the series. It has some major flaws. The relationship seems weird between the hero and heroine because it felt too one-sided. I also came to disliked...

  • Review: Valley of the Moon

    “Valley of the Moon” has an intriguing premise: what would a person do if they stumbled on to a town that was stuck in time? This is just one question the heroine of this story, Lux, has to answer. I love the world building created by Melanie Gidion,...

  • Review: Dark Carousel A Carpathian Novel, #30

    DARK CAROUSEL is another great addition to the incredible world of the Carpathians. I think it's a favorite and that is something because I love every book in this series. This story is beautiful, and dark, and sexy. It's not only about Tariq and Charlotte...

  • Review: A Promise of Fire Kingmaker Chronicles, #1

    "A Promise of Fire" is one of the best books I've read in years. I love a great fantasy novel paired with a romance story. You get just that in this book as well as lots of adventure and banter. I've added Amanda Bouchet to my must follow list. I love...

  • Review: Hell's Bells: Lucifer's Tale Welcome to Hell Book 6

    Eve Langlais should come with a warning for adult diapers! This author has always kept me in giggles and this instalment of the series is no exception. Hard to believe that Lucifer can be . . . GASP . . . nice but a nice Lucifer is highly entertaining....

  • Review: RSVP From Heaven

    As someone who has always had an interest in mediums, I knew I had to read this book. I have watched shows like Crossing Over with John Edwards and The Long Island Medium in the past and although I am skeptical, it was still a source of entertainment...

  • Review: Bloodspell The Cruentus Curse Series, #1

    This is the debut of Amalie Howard and after reading her other books I can see how far she has grown. All though this story hits it out of the park with as an AMAZING debut you can really see how this is a new author. The story isn't refined in some parts,...

  • Review: Thrilled: Reckless Desires Dragon Mates Book 2

    Sexy dragon-shifter Kai Long's current problems lay in the deep ocean waters. So far, his extreme wealth can't buy him out of this fix. The clock is ticking. Kai's time is running out. Will he be able to retrieve and touch his dragon's treasure before...

  • Review: The Ghosts of Pebble Brook Lodge The Ghost Whisperer Series Book 2

    "The Ghosts of Pebble Brook Lodge" by Linda Covella is a young adult story that continues the ‘Ghost Whisperer’ series which centers around Kayanne (Pepper) Connelly’s experiences at the aforementioned lodge. The thirteen-year-old not only has to deal...

  • Review: Illusion Town Harmony Series / Sub Series: An Illusion Town Novel, #1

    Castle starts a new spinoff in her Harmony world series. This new spinoff features "Illusion Town", a place not unlike Vegas. I must say this is a fabulous start to this new and exciting Harmony destination. Illusion Town is quite unique with multiple...

  • Review: A Grave Prediction Psychic Eye Mystery, #14

    Victoria Laurie gives us number 14 in her “Psychic Eye” mysteries, which follow the adventures of psychic Abby Cooper, who’s now a consultant for the FBI. Abby is sent to San Diego on a mission: to train FBI officers to use their intuition. After a somewhat...

  • Review: Hunter Forsaken Wild Hunt, #2

    “Hunter Forsaken” by Nancy Corrigan continues the ‘Wild Hunt’ series and gives an intriguing look at the machinations taking place around the Huntsmen even as it reveals more about the bond between the newest member of the pack and the third in command...

  • Review: Angel Falls Cassandra Bick Chronicles, #3

    If you are looking for a great Urban Fantasy series that will keep you interested, then the Cassandra Bick Chronicles is the series for you. I enjoy a good amount of snark with my female lead characters and Cassandra has that in spades. I mean when the...

  • Review: Demons at Deadnight The Divinicus Nex Chronicles, #1

    I absolutely fell in LOVE with the Divinicus Nex Chronicles series. “Demons at Deadnight” starts out this new series and I’m recommending that you start with this book and then move on to book two. I love the characters and the banter between all of them....

  • Review: Marked In Flesh A Novel of the Others, #4

    As always Anne Bishop has written a story that I could not put down. With book four in the “Others” series she has proven she can keep me hooked for the long haul. Meg and Simon are two characters that are just fun to read. Their chemistry is spot on,...

  • Review: It Happened One Doomsday A Dru Jasper Novel, #1

    MacNaughton provides a smooth, action-packed read all the way to the end! This could be the start of a new series, and I'm already looking forward to the next one. The characters were great and believable. I loved the car scenes the best (too bad Hellbringer...

  • Review: Wicked Sanctimony

    This is Ms. ZygDeon's book debut, and it is unusual to say the least! Lots of details on angels and demons fill this world, and Ms. ZygDeon does an excellent job explaining the various characters in this world. Tight action and responses are in this compact...

  • Review: Dracula's Secret Blood Wings, #1

    Dracula's Secret is the first book in Linda Mercury's Blood Wings series. I enjoy a good vampire story and this one combines historical context about Vlad (Dracula) while putting a new gender spin on the tale. In this world, humans have a shaky relationship...

  • Review: Midnight Bites Stories of the Morganville Vampires

    “Midnight Bites: Stories of the Morganville Vampires” by Rachel Caine is a wonderful collection of stories that remind one of all of the wonderfully quirky and dark elements of this series. The prologue to each indicates where in the series the action...

  • Article: Exclusive Excerpt: Reliquary by Sarah Fine (Series Starter)

    Get an exclusive look into Sarah Fine's series starter, Reliquary. Mattie Carver’s engagement party should have marked the start of her own personal fairy tale. But when her fiancé, Ben, is violently abducted the next morning, her desperate...

  • Review: Change In the Light Lightbearer, #4

    Tami Lund continues her paranormal series and branches out to a new group with the fourth book in the Lightbearer series. Change in the Light is a departure from the Lightbearers themselves and focuses on the shape-shifters previously seen in her series....

  • Review: All Fixed Up Ciel Halligan, #4

    “All Fixed Up” is the fourth book in Linda Grimes series about Ciel Halligan. Ciel and her family are adapters. They can take small imprints of a person's aura and then use that energy to turn into that person, but the change is only skin deep. When Ciel...

  • Review: Shining Sea

    This book comes with a CLIFFHANGER!!!! But don’t let that steer you away from this book. I wanted to get that out there right now as I’ve seen this showcased as a standalone novel. So go into this knowing you won’t get all your answers and will NEED the...

  • Review: Stone Bear: Guardian Stone Bears Book 3

    Guardian deserves 4.5 stars and a WOW. Raphael is a Stone Bear shifter from Genesis Valley. He has his own exciting story to be told. His hidden depths emerge and are put to a test. Karlie is the heroine of this tale. Don't underestimate her! She's a...

  • Review: Redemption: Reckless Desires Blue Moon Saloon, #3

    Make sure to keep tissue handy. Bear shifter Soren Voss and human Sarah Boone have unfinished business. They didn't know that they both have survived over the years after untold lost. Can they find love and redemption in each other’s arms? Beware! Danger!...

  • Review: Reborn Blood Courtesans

    I found my new addiction in Reborn. Michelle Fox’s new series is definitely worth reading. This novel is a wonderful adrenaline rush. Be prepared to be consumed by the story. I’ve placed this on my 5 Star Top Pick list and I think you will too! Myra Danson...

  • Review: Defender: Reckless Desires Alpha Protectors Book 3

    Defender: Reckless Desires is awesome! I got wrapped up in the story of “Defender” and its unpredictable storyline. Anyone would want someone like Vin! Order me up one sexy defender, please! He inspires reckless desires that bring redemption between true...

  • Review: Kellen's Tempting Mate Iron Wolves MC 3

    Just when you think you know where Ms Boon is going with her Iron Wolves MC and she gives you a twist that you never expected. There are still kick-ass wolves and the mating drive is definitely in this story but so are some very dominant vampires. I sure...

  • Article: UF & PNR July 2016

    Summer, summer, summertime… Summer is in full effect alternating between busy fun and lazy days that all end with hot nights. Where do you read? On the beach, on a boat, by the camp fire? I’m still a fan of physical books but during the summer...

  • Review: Light Beyond the Darkness Lightbearer, #3

    Light Beyond the Darkness is the third book in the Lightbearer series by Tami Lund. I have to admit that is was my favourite of the series so far. The story was well written, the characters were interesting and believable and on the whole it was just...

  • Review: Forevermore Darkest London, #7

    This is a great ending to the Darkest London series. Layla Starling first met St John (Sin) Evernight when she was ten years-old. She grew up in Ireland on an adjoining property to his and the two were childhood friends and first loves. The two lose touch...

  • Review: Night Shift A Novel of Midnight, Texas, #3

    “Night Shift” by Charlaine Harris continues the eerie and mesmerizing tale of a remarkable group of individuals. It has been fascinating to learn more and more details about this disparate collection of beings, and to see how their comfort level around...

  • Review: Elder: Reckless Desires Norseton Wolves Book 6

    Welcome to the Norseton pack! It’s not your typical wolf pack, but it works. When Esther’s husband dies she takes her kids and leaves her pack for her brothers pack. It’s not easy, but it’s safe. Nixon has been asked to join the Norseton pack, but he’s...

  • Review: Crosscurrents Southern Elemental Guardians, #2

    Crosscurrents started out slow, but ended up being mostly sweet and fun. Ilsa and Paul were very sweet together, one of those d'awww couples that are lovely to watch fall in love. I did think that it would have been nice to have had a little more insight...

  • Review: Traveller

    Traveller left me torn; on one hand, I loved Emerson and her feisty, SunTzu quoting, ex-beauty pageant martial arts badass ways and on the other hand, I really did not take a shine to Traveller ways. So yeah, this is a four star book because I adored...

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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.