• Article: UF & PNR June 2016

    Summer is finally here. Kids are out of school and it is dads, grads, and wedding season. Busy weekends ahead full of events but there are plenty of long days and warm nights just waiting to be shared with a book. I have a stack waiting anxiously, wondering...

  • Review: Wade and Taryn

    Taryn owns a winery. She needs to drum up some more business for the winery so she decides to go see the owner of the Wulf’s Den’s , Beowulf. While there she meets Beowulf’s brother Wade. Wade is werewolf who believes Taryn is his mate...

  • Review: An Enchanted Spring Mists of Fate, #2

    I delighted in this second book in the “Mists of Fate” series, even more than the first. I am thoroughly enjoying this series and am excited for the third book. The third is about Colin. I am happy that Colin is getting a book, but I also hope that Reilly...

  • Review: The Pages of the Mind The Uncharted Realms, #1

    I thought “The Pages of the Mind” was just a new book to a new series. After the horrible time I had with the 12 kingdoms I wanted to give this author another chance. But I found out that although this is a new series it’s a spin-off of you guessed it...

  • Review: Bitten A Vampire Blood Courtesans Romance

    Nova Flynn has some tough decisions to make about her life. Her life hasn't gone the way she expected. Things spiral out of control for her. Her deadbeat boyfriend, Jared, seems to makes things worse for her. What does life have in store for her? Will...

  • Review: Remembrance A Mediator Novel

    Ms. Cabot is outstanding in this young adult mediator novel. Her character motivations are as pure as her characters' intentions to help others in need. At times this novel was witty, sarcastic, irreverent, and deadly, but having the main character out...

  • Review: Unforgettable Lover Worlds of Lemuria: Earth Colony Novella

    Ms. Redd has created an interesting new world for the readers. It focuses on the race of the Stiyaha and the Betram ritual that all of the unmated people are driven to take part in while either in their human form or their beast form. If they remain in...

  • Review: The Complete Double Dead

    It's zombies vs. vampires vs. bad guys vs. food in this tale of horror from start to finish! Mr. Wendig does an excellent job capturing and sustaining the reader's attention. When it comes to irony Wendig piles it on from scene to scene whether it's a...

  • Review: Scarred Warrior Dark Warrior Alliance, #4

    Once again the authors did a fantastic job of continuing this new and exciting series. I can not wait to read more form these authors in the series; the storyline is intense and fun to follow. I recommend reading the books in order as the authors continue...

  • Review: Thieves' Honor

    Sweet, sassy, and a lot of fun, if a bit rushed and pat. Em and Thomas are really adorable together. A bookish duke's son and an intrepid street-wise thief? Yes, please. Add a large and boisterous family, loyal friends and a generous dosing of humor and...

  • Review: Chaos Choreography An Incryptid Novel, #5

    This is such a fun series, not just because of the breadth of imagination that blends real-life situations with remarkably outlandish creatures in a unique urban fantasy. Those who follow these stories are already familiar with beloved characters such...

  • Review: Ghostly Seduction

    Desiree Holt never disappoints me and this short paranormal romance was no exception. I loved that although this story has fantasy overtones it actually comes across as very much a contemporary love story. I loved the camaraderie between Jordan and her...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Hope Irving

    Hi Hope. Thanks for visiting with us at Night Owl Reviews. We hear your latest book is, Deadly Ever After (the Black Angel Book, #2). What's your book about? Deadly Ever After (the Black Angel Book, #2) is a New Adult paranormal love story. Once upon...

  • Review: Gator's Challenge Bitten Point, #4

    What a fun ride this was. This series has had all the humor, snark and romance I expect from this author as well as some dark edges. I think Wes is my favorite male character in this series and I can't tell you why, exactly. He's no hero, did a lot of...

  • Review: The Angel Wore Fangs A Deadly Angels Book, #7

    Another great story in Sandra Hill’s Deadly Angles series has the last brother of the original vangel’s finding his lifemate amidst a bit a time traveling. As usual this book is full of vikingisms and touches of humor. Unlike most of her books, this one...

  • Review: Spirit Fall The Guardians, #1

    This sensual paranormal romance gives an interesting perspective on the idea of depression and the role it plays in one’s life. I like the concept of the Guardian Warriors and their spiritmates and this story sets up the series nicely, but I wasn’t invested...

  • Review: An Unattractive Vampire

    An Unattractive Vampire, by Jim McDoniel, is a weird book, and I say that in the best way. The story-line is quirky and the characters are incredibly strange. Yulric is hilarious with his daily antics. He really wants all to fear him, but his ugliness...

  • Review: The Drafter The Peri Reed Chronicles, #1

    I am a huge fan of Kim Harrison. While, I have not finished the Hollows series (yet!), that series got me into Urban Fantasy. I will be forever grateful for that. This book has gotten A LOT of mixed reviews, and I think the problem is that it veers sooo...

  • Review: Flame's Dawn A Hell to Pay Novella / Prequel

    Barnaby and Jane first meet in Vietnam where he is a soldier and she is a communications specialist. An attack on their location throws them together into an adrenaline fueled encounter. Afterwards they are separated and it's years before they see each...

  • Review: Gambling on Her Dragon Charmed in Vegas Book 2

    Trey Dixon can play poker like no wolf can howl, but what he doesn’t know about the shady underworld of Las Vegas could get him killed and he’s been sucked into trouble and falling hard for the dragon who stole his winnings in this exciting paranormal...

  • Review: Temptation: Reckless Desires Blue Moon Saloon, #2

    Some say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. What if all you've got is sinful temptation? Janna and Cole both feel the seductive pull of temptation. Have you ever been stuck in a situation that had you torn between temptation and lust? She-wolf,...

  • Review: Silver Sexy Shifter Fairytale Romances, #5

    As a reader, I really wanted to know the true motivation behind a big sister, Scarlet who supposedly feels so protective of her younger sister, Silver, that she makes out with Silver's boyfriends to show how worthless they are. How Silver can bear to...

  • Review: From a Drood to a Kill A Secret Histories Novel, #9

    From a Drood to a Kill is another novel in the secret histories series by Simon R Green. The series is a continuation of the amazing adventures of Eddie Drood, part of a lineage of family that keeps humanity safe from the "dark, demonic, and downright...

  • Review: Beowulf & Roxie

    Beowulf is a werewolf and running a club called the Wulf's Den. One night the doors open and Roxie steps in with her friend Candice, who had to bug Roxie to get her to come to the club or any club for that matter. Roxie believes no handsome man will look...

  • Review: Otherworld Secrets: An Anthology An Otherworld Novel

    One of my favorite collections of paranormal stories is the ‘Otherworld’ series by this author. I am fascinated by the interactions of the various characters, including the thought-provoking idea of a female alpha who became a werewolf because she was...

  • Review: Bite Deep

    Small town politics meets Werewolves justice in this foreign set MC paranormal romance. This story is set in rural Tasmania. It features Ben “Bulldog “Jericho as president of the Diablo Dogs MC and alpha werewolf leader. When murder strike it’s time for...

  • Review: Amber Smoke

    Wow! As a fan of The House of Night series by authors Kristin Cast and PC Cast, I was certain I would adore the newest novel from Kristin, Amber Smoke. I was absolutely not disappointed at all. Amber Smoke is the first in the new series, The Escaped,...

  • Review: Scarlet Rain The Escaped Series, #2

    What a ride! Scarlet Rain is the second book in author Kristin Cast’s fabulous new series, The Escaped, and it is outstanding! The novel picks up right where Amber Smoke left off. It’s a wild ride of Grecian deities, demonic terrors, and more than a little...

  • Review: Crave Exiled, #2

    Can I say that I absolutely loved this novel? Crave is the second in the Exiled series by author Victoria Danann, and it’s a real showstopper! From the beginning, all the stops are pulled out. Crave is a man damaged by his past, and trying to reconcile...

  • Review: Kaitlin's Tale

    This poignant paranormal tale continues to be unique in this genre because of the non-traditional characters who show that they are definitely not perfect. The harsh life that Kaitlin has already experienced has bowed but not broken her and I like the...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Falguni Kothari

    Hi Falguni Kothari! It's awesome to have you over. First off, what's your latest release? My Last Love Story What's your book about? A logline of my book would read like this: Three friends. Two promises. One unforgettable love story. My Last Love Story...

  • Review: Warlock Holmes A Study in Brimstone, #1

    Sherlock Holmes has had numerous homages and spoofs done, so it’s hard to find a new twist on this beloved canon. But “Warlock Holmes, A Study in Brimstone” by G.S. Denning manages to deliver. Warlock Holmes is a master of the dark arts but wouldn’t recognize...

  • Review: Forbidden

    I have read every one of the original Sazi series by C.T. Adams (Cat Adams & Cathy Clamp). While Forbidden is a continuation of the series, its focus is of a how the Sazi works. Forbidden's focus is Luna Lake and how all the different Sazi live together,...

  • Review: River Wolf Wolves of River Bend, #7

    I recommend reading Wolf Claim (3rd in this series) before this book jus so you get to know Brett. I love reading books in series order. If you do too, pick up Wolf at Law and Wolf Bite to get started on this series. If you don’t mind jumping into series...

  • Review: Rocked by Love Gargoyles Series, #4

    This is the fourth installment of Christine Warren's Gargoyles series. If you loved her Others series you will love her Gargoyles series. Each book is unique with a Gargoyle that is awakened by their warden. I love how each Gargoyle adapts to the time...

  • Review: Vision In Silver A Novel of the Others, #3

    I love Anne Bishop’s work and The Others Series. I cannot get enough of this world. Bishop has become one of my favorite authors, so that no matter what is written, I will read it. In this story we have Meg and Simon. I just love, love these two. The...

  • Review: The Alpha's Fight Huntsville Pack Book 3

    I give 4 stars to The Alpha's Fight (Huntsville Pack Book 3) by Michelle Fox. 217 pages. Lia Fleurgriffe and Ryder Chase are the main characters for this story. The story focuses more on wolf shifter pack dynamics than on the romance. Lia Fleurgriffe's...

  • Review: Hearts Unloched

    Heart Unloched is an enchanting and engaging read by a very creative author, Claire Gem. One thought bounced on my mind as I read and feasted on Heart Unlocked. It’s a quote by H. Jackson Brown, Jr. "Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye."...

  • Review: The Revenge Artist Evelyn Hernandez Book 1

    Philip Hoy engagingly depicts the volatile world of high school, where emotions run high and vicious gossip runs amuck. Evelyn Hernandez deals with familiar adolescent issues – first loves, trials with parents and friends, her emerging sexuality, peer...

  • Review: Zendara: Begins Zendara, #1

    A rather enjoyable debut fantasy romance, with more of an emphasis on fantasy. However, it should be noted that the story ends very abruptly without warning or resolution. First in the series and most definitely doesn't stand alone. Zendara: Begins is...

  • Review: His Biker Bear

    I don't know what it was about this book. I was able to read it but I really wasn't able to "get into it" like I wanted. I think if I had more background info on the MC and Blake I could have felt drawn into the story. Tthe steamy hot scenes did do this...

  • Review: Jade Crew: Hunted Bear Ridgeback Bears Book 6

    It's just awesome that the book is finally here. Jade Crew: Hunted Bear deserves 4.5 stars and a WOW. Both Joel Murray, bear shifter from Genesis Valley, and human female Dr. Courtenay Jean Laurel, have their own story to be told. Dr. Laurel is going...

  • Review: Damnation: Reckless Desires Blue Moon Saloon, #1

    Bear shifter, second son, Simon Voss has made some bad decisions. His lack of courage and miscommunications resulted in his loss of a destined mate. An almost constant state of damnation has occurred. Have you ever been stuck in a situation where you're...

  • Review: More Than Mated Grayslake: More Than Mated Book 6

    This book Rocks! It gets 5 stars and a Top Pick! These stories grip your imagination and drag you into an exotic paranormal world of shifters. You'll wish they were real. These sexy shifters change their lives and enrich them. Each couple are fortunate...

  • Review: Jade Crew: Fallen Bear Ridgeback Bears, #7

    Jade Crew: Fallen Bear deserves 5 stars and a WOW. This is a Top Pick all the way! Bad boy Evan Mosier, bear shifter, from Genesis Valley has his own story to be told. He struggles with past anger issues and has trouble letting go of his tormented past....

  • Article: UF & PNR May 2016

    May - warm weather, the school year is wrapping up and summer is right around the corner. Perfect reading season- have books will travel. Whether it’s the beach, on the boat, or during a road trip, my Kindle comes with me so I always have a library...

  • Review: Wet Elemental Series Book 1

    Despite the fact that his family’s secret should be kept, Blake Hawke can’t resist telling Brooke about this ability to control water which is a good thing when he suddenly finds himself trying to protect his family and the woman he’s falling in love...

  • Review: Beauty's Beast

    I love fairy tales. Having grown up on tales of Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Aladdin, I knew as I grew that fairy tales would be a huge part of my life. In Beauty’s Beast, I found a dark and enchanting retelling of Beauty and the Beast,...

  • Review: Broken Hero

    Jonathan Woods provides another hilarious tale of woe in the life of MI37 secret agent Arthur Wallace. A truly delightful story Broken Hero will have you rooting for the robots, some or all, at times. Nowhere near serious is how the newest member of Arthur's...

  • Review: Red Transplanted Tales

    Little Red Riding Hood is one of my favorite fairytales. Not many authors have managed to do justice to updating this tale in my opinion but this is one of the good ones. The world building is superb and the characters of Red and Nate Grimm aren't too...

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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.