• Review: Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas

    If you’ve never read a Terry Spear’s book and concerned about starting in the middle of the series, STOP. This is a perfect book to read and get a feel for her world. The primary characters are a newly turned group of Artic Wolves. They don’t have all...

  • Review: A.L.F.A. Mates An A.L.F.A. Novel, #1

    Milly Taiden offers paranormal fans a delightful duo with this "A.L.F.A. Mates". Heck you get not only one decidedly delicious shifter hero but two and two feisty curvy heroines. And best of all you have two happily ever afters. This author has a fabulous...

  • Review: Alchemy With Benefits Sorcery by the Sea Book 3

    Though marked the third book in Ms. Leon’s Sorcery of the Sea series, this book actually follows book one. Regardless, you can start with this one as it does stand alone. Comical errors and a ghostly sea captain make this book extremely humorous. The...

  • Review: Immortally Yours An Argeneau Novel

    This book is part of the Lynsay Sands Immortal series but each book stands alone so don’t worry about starting in the middle. The worse thing that will happen is you’ll want to read all of the books and at this point there are quite a few. What is awesome...

  • Review: Lazy Son Hell's Son Book 1

    Well here's a shocker; the antichrist is kind of lazy. He has no direction, no ambition and is pretty laid back. Likes the occasional drink and loose woman, too. In fact, he sounds kind of average. And that really is disappointing .... to him. Raised...

  • Review: Smolder Underground Encounters Book 1

    Lisa Carlisle's "Smolder" from her Underground Encounters Series, was a great kick-off to what is going to be a great series...if all the other ones are as good as "Smolder". Nike is a female firefighter during the day and when she's not at work, she's...

  • Review: To Touch You The Mates Series, #4

    “To Touch You” by Cardeno C is an interesting twist on the forbidden love theme in multiple dimensions. Not only is there the crossing of the taboo line between shifters and vampires, there is Sal’s initial condition which makes him even more of an anathema,...

  • Review: Wild Cards Sorcery by the Sea Book 2

    Though this book is labeled as part of the Sorcery by the Sea series, it is only very loosely attached. That is it only mentions San Buena and is not actually set there. It is set in Las Vegas and there is a lot more than flashy lights happening there....

  • Review: So I Married a Sorcerer The Embraced, #2

    Kerrelyn Sparks quickly drew me back into the world of her Embraced series in "So I Married a Sorcerer". In this second installment she takes readers on a high sea adventure that includes pirates, princes, dragons and evil villians. By the end readers...

  • Review: Taking Passion by Storm The Weathermen Book 6

    The Weathermen are one of my favorite book series by Ravenna. Every book has been a treat to read. The a Weathermen are a group of friends who are trying to take down the Tommy Twister virus that has affected the planet's surface and caused horrible storms....

  • Review: Sister of a Sinner A Sinner's Legacy Book 3

    "Sister of a Sinner" is book three In the Sinner's Legacy series. It features the great football team the Sinners and the family that makes up the team. Xochi and Junior have a long history from childhood until now. You have Junior having feelings for...

  • Review: Turo's Fated Mate Iron Wolves, #7

    Just when you think you have the Iron Wolves MC understood, Ms. Boon throws in something new and different. I just love how she makes sure that you aren’t ever going to get bored. Yes, this book is part of a series and you could probably read it without...

  • Review: Dark Legacy A Carpathian Novel

    Christine Feehan continues to keep her Dark Carpathians Series fresh, unique and just as captivating as ever with Dark Legacy. It was an incredible story that only left me hungry for the next book. This is one of my absolute favorite paranormal romance...

  • Review: Urban Enemies

    "Urban Enemies" edited by Joseph Nassise is an anthology featuring Urban Fantasy authors writing from the perspective of villains. If you are new to Urban Fantasy or love to root for the bad guy, then this anthology is for you. Some familiar faces, like...

  • Review: Dragon Foretold Dragon Point Book 4

    Raise your hand if you would enjoy a vacation in a pit? Didn't think so. My hands are kind of tied since I don't want to reveal too much, but needless to say the hero to Sue-Ellen's heroine is a tad bit eccentric. He does like his existence in the bowels...

  • Review: Blood Enforcer Wolf Enforcers Book 2

    This is the second book in a series about a very unique wolf shifter world. It can be read without having read the first book but you might become very curious about what happened in that one from reading this one. This story is set about 2 years after...

  • Review: Bronx's Wounded Wolf Mystic Wolves, #3

    This story jumps right in with Taya dealing with her wolf hiding due to her being kidnapped. Don’t let that stop you from picking up this book though. This only means that the action starts from page one! And, there is plenty of action both in the bedroom...

  • Review: Deal with the Devil

    Debilitating panic attacks have ruled Luz’s life. She’s a werewolf who can’t shift and an attorney who can’t pass the BAR exam. Then she meets Jude, a vampire with a bad reputation. They seem to have an immediate bond. When he...

  • Review: WarDance

    Many years ago I belonged to a book club. Elizabeth Vaughan's book "Warprize" was selected as it was a fantasy romance and we tried to read all the genres. The consensus on the book by the group was that it was awesome and I was in total agreement. Vaughan...

  • Review: Fury of Surrender Dragonfury Series Book 6

    I'm a big fan of dragon shifter stories and this series has been a favorite for quite a few years now. Forge has been a character who's story most fans have been anxiously waiting for. Fifty years ago Forge lost his entire family in a brutal attack. He...

  • Review: Graveyard Shift

    This was an exciting and fun start to a new urban fantasy series. I was immediately intrigued when I saw one of the main characters was a pharaoh and mummy. I love seeing unusual paranormal creatures in books and this is one I've never read about before...

  • Review: Tempted

    Seth, a Fallen, has spent the last eternity working. That his boss is The Angel of Death makes for a rather lonely existence for one who actually seeks redemption and a return to Heaven. Especially since he Fell thanks to a succubus.. Lyndi Garrison is...

  • Review: Blood Eclipse Blood Eclipse #1

    AJ Llewellyn and DJ Manly come together to make one great vampire story. It was hot and steamy, and I loved it. The characters jumped off the page and into my room and I almost thought they would reach out and touch me. I would love to see a sequel...

  • Review: A Killer's Prey

    I found "A Killer's Prey" to be a very suspenseful read. It kept me on my toes with what was happening and coming next. Both of the main characters were a good match and the chemistry was spot on. If you are looking for a good suspenseful and action packed...

  • Review: Sorority Row Turnskin University Book 2

    This book may stand alone but it is so much better if you have read the previous book concerning this threesome. It is set just after some very interesting games but some of the issues that were a problem at the games are still a problem. Hence, why reading...

  • Review: Wolf Enforcer Wolf Enforcers Book 1

    This is a new to me author and I’m so glad that her book blurb caught my interest. This is a paranormal series that has the potential of being awesome. This is not to say that this first book isn’t great because it is. There is a fantastic complexity...

  • Review: Soul Awakening

    Alecia has lost the boy she has loved since in elementary school and thought it would be forever. With the terrible death of a high school football star a small town in Texas is grieving. But something strange is going on and Alecia is seeing the ghost...

  • Review: Owl and the Japanese Circus Owl, #1

    "Owl and the Japanese Circus" is the first book in the Adventures of Owl series. The book starts off with us meeting Alix aka Owl, an ex-archaeologist student turned international antiquities thief, who is getting chased by powerful vampires who want...

  • Review: SEAL Wolf Undercover SEAL Wolf, #5

    This book is another fantastic story from Terry Spear. I've loved all of this author's books and this one was as captivating as the very first one I read. It caught my attention at the beginning and I had no trouble staying engaged until the end. I always...

  • Review: Never Dare a Dragon Boston Dragons, #3

    Ashlyn Chase absolutely lights it up with hot and hilarious romance. Jayce Fierro is a fun loving, firefighting, committed to his family man, what more could any woman want in a hero. Add in the fact that he's an honest to goodness phoenix shifter. Kristine...

  • Review: Retribution Valentine Shepherd, #2

    "Retribution" is the second book in the Valentine Shepherd series. A few months have passed since the ending of the first book, Vengeance. We find out that Valentine and Max have broken up because of the devastating news that Valentine found out at the...

  • Review: Reckoning Valentine Shepherd, #3

    "Reckoning", the third and final book in the Valentine Shepherd series, lived up to itself title name. It hit me like a rocket and left me in straight awe, and that’s the reason why I don’t want to disclose any blurb about this book. I want readers to...

  • Review: The Atlantean Birthright The Eternal Love of the Seekers, #1

    I think this is the 2nd book I have read from Toya Richardson. I feel like she writes a story that you want to spend quality time getting to know the characters in the story! Get a feel for the setting! Generally getting sucked into the atmosphere and...

  • Review: Preying Game Decorah Security Series, Book #15

    Preying Game by Rebecca York includes telepathic abilities, a search and rescue, and a tense race against the clock. This fifteenth installment in the Decorah Security paranormal / romantic suspense series was a very fast paced thriller, with several...

  • Review: Boxed In Decorah Security Series, Book #16

    In "Boxed in" (Decorah Security #16) by Rebecca York Olivia receives a shipment of antiques that she believes could be stolen goods. Before she can catalog the pieces her computer locks up! YIKES. To fix things requires a phone call to computer expert...

  • Review: His Huntress

    Dusty has had a harsh existence and things aren't looking much brighter when a shifter "princess" approaches her for a favor. She is screwed if she does and screwed if she doesn't, so she chooses what she envisions as the least dangerous option. Joss...

  • Review: Space Dog

    Never judge a book by its' cover. Good advice. Both Natalie and Rory have made assumptions based on appearance, and both are wrong. Natalie uses her expertise as a NASA employee, and a paranormal romance fan, to save the mission she and Rory have been...

  • Review: The Scent of His Woman Northern Wild Book 1

    You had to feel sorry for poor Kennedy; strange dreams, change in appetite. Her loving family bundles up the gang for a woodland vacation and it's just what Kennedy needed to finally unravel the mysterious goings on in her life. She's not human. Trace...

  • Review: Betrayed by Blood Mark of the Moon, #2

    I couldn't get into "Betrayed by Blood", but since this is the second book in the series and I knew that going in, I'm going to give it the benefit of the doubt for readers who have read the first book. Otherwise I'd be rating this as a 2.5 star, as full...

  • Review: Wildfire A Hidden Legacy Novel, #3

    Another fantastic installation on the Hidden Legacy series. Every time I think these author's can't out do themselves, they do. In this, Nevada and Rogan are approached to find a woman's missing husband. This is a complicated situation as you will see...

  • Review: Elemental Mating An A.L.F.A. Novel, #1

    Milky Taiden shows just how sexy science is with this fantastic paranormal read. Melinda Caster is smart and sassy and her internal dialogue kept me smirking throughout the whole story. I loved that she seemed entirely capable of keeping herself out of...

  • Review: Spellbinder Moonshadow Book 2

    “Spellbinder” by Thea Harrison is the second book in the ‘Moonshadow’ series. I was mesmerized by the first book in this series and adored the combination of snark and fantasy that permeated it (I still snicker at the idea of ‘no’ gifs), so I was a little...

  • Review: A Kiss before Doomsday A Dru Jasper Novel, #2

    Another stellar novel by Laurence McNaughton featuring Dru's and Greyson's adventures into Doomsday! Great action and plot devices keep this novel rolling along as Dru and Greyson try to prevent Doomsday from happening. Sometimes good character development...

  • Review: My Wicked Vampire

      Nina Bangs’s upcoming release, My Wicked Vampire is a wonderfully imaginative action packed story, filled with great characters and scorching sensuality. Yea, another trip to the Castle of Dark Dreams and to some of my favorite character,...

  • Review: Jungle Rapture The Jaguar Queens Book 1

    "Jungle Rapture" is the first book in the Jungle Queens series written by M.A. Jewell, who is a new author to me. I’m awfully glad I picked up this book, and the only negative thing I have to say is that I was bummed that it was so short. It’s one of...

  • Review: A Panicked Premonition Psychic Eye Mystery, #15

    Victoria Laurie lets readers see beyond the everyday with this intriguing cozy mystery. Abby Cooper is a psychic with an attitude that I couldn't get enough of. Her relationship with her best friend and her husband made this such a treat. Beyond the suspense...

  • Review: A Panicked Premonition Psychic Eye Mystery, #15

    Abby Cooper and company are back in her 15th adventure. Abby’s husband Dutch has a side business providing security and building panic rooms for wealthy clients. Things are going along fine, the girls are helping out with the admin work until one morning,...

  • Review: The Draig's Wife Draig, #3

    Time travel, romance, intrigue and so much more are weaved into a story that I hated to put down even as I couldn’t stay awake. The characters come alive and their struggles tug at your heartstrings. Emotions are everywhere from the love of a father to...

  • Review: Sleepwalker Branches of Emrys Book 1

    As much as I love a good paranormal story I must confess that I had major difficulty in believing the realism of the plot of “Sleepwalker.” My dilemma with the story laid within the fact that this book was just too much paranormal for my taste. I love...

  • Review: The Sweetest Burn Broken Destiny, #2

    “The Sweetest Burn” by Jeaniene Frost was a little confusing to me at first because it’s been so long since I read the first story in the series, so I strongly suggest reading “The Beautiful Ashes” first. I don’t remember the connections between some...

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