• Review: Flameout A Souls of Fire Novel, #3

    “Flameout” by Keri Arthur continues a unique saga about a world that contains phoenixes, vampires, and mad scientists. I am always fascinated to get immersed into this author’s version of phoenixes although I am frustrated about the relationships in the...

  • Review: The Blood Waltz

    “The Blood Waltz” starts out a two part story. Part two (“Selena’s Requiem”) is on shelves now and I encourage readers to be ready to get part two if they love part one. As a romance part one doesn’t deliver a Happily Ever After or a Happy for Now. To...

  • Review: Selena's Requiem

    “Selena’s Requiem” is the second book in a two part story. Readers will need to read “The Blood Waltz” first. I encourage readers to get both installments if they start this series as when book one ends they will be reaching out for part two and the finalization...

  • Review: Thunder Moon Rising Deadlands, #2

    This isn't the Wild West, it's the weird west. The author not only gives you the gunfighters of the west in Arizona territory but you get scientists that are on the edge of reality and then we get the un -explainable evil forces that exist everywhere....

  • Review: Death at First Sight A Bay Island Psychic Mystery, #1

    A good beginning to a new series. Death at First Sight is the first book in Lena Gregory's Bay island Psychic Mystery series. This cozy mystery with paranormal elements took me a little while to connect to. At first I didn't mesh with the characters but...

  • Review: The Twenty-Sided Sorceress Volume 1 The Twenty-Sided Sorceress, #1

    This is the nerdster book of all time! Talk about being nerdy! If you love paranormal romance/action/adventure, this book is up your alley. The plot is complex, the action is fast-paced at times, many references to: comics, Star Wars, D&D, etc. So, if...

  • Review: Every Mountain Made Low

    For a first novel dealing with complex issues like Down Syndrome in a paranormal thriller is amazing! Alex writes from the perspective of the main character's point of view which provides insight to her world and how she perceives it illustrates tremendous...

  • Review: Abandon the Night The Heroes of New Vegas, #3

    Quentin wants one thing: Revenge. Specifically revenge against the men whose evil greed cost the world to end. Fifty years ago, he went into a cave with his friends and somehow when they come out, it had been decades in the future and civilization was...

  • Review: To Spell With It Anna Wolfe Series, #3

    “To Spell With It”, what a fun title for a fun series. If you’re looking for a good fun paranormal romance, that has it all, then I suggest The Anna Wolfe Series. I’ve enjoyed them very much. Anna, a grand witch, is tied to Roman, a warlock. But her heart...

  • Review: Born of Legend The League: Nemesis Rising

    What can I say, Sherilyn Kenyon is an amazing author! She has a gift of projecting this vivid paranormal world that just wraps you up. Ms. Kenyon's gift is to make readers fall for tortured souls. An example is Julian En Anatole. I never thought I would...

  • Review: The Family Plot

    Chilling, spooky, and spine tingling! At one point in my life, horror and Gothic novels made up nearly half of my reading material. As horror novels began to rely more on blood, gore, and violence and put less emphasis on creating an ominous atmosphere,...

  • Review: Midnight Hour A Shadow Falls Novel

    This can't be the end!!! I’m so sad that this is the conclusion!!! “Midnight Hour” is the book I've been waiting for!!! It’s in Miranda's POV and wow just wow!!! Words cannot express how I feel! I love that although Miranda is a witch she is not perfect...

  • Review: Island of Glass Guardians Trilogy, #3

    “Island of Glass” by Nora Roberts is a lovely mystical and romantic tale that draws one into a world where a mermaid walks on the land and loves a traveler and a werewolf ensnares an immortal while a sorcerer combines love and power with a seer. The magic...

  • Review: Embrace the Night Eternal The Heroes of New Vegas, #2

    Simon Japp has a dark past but after the Change years before, when the civilization fairly came to an end, he got a chance to turn a new leaf. Now he's part of a band of guys who fight against the Strangers, a group of deadly immortals who pretty much...

  • Review: Ostrich And The ‘Roo Furry United Coalition, #6

    Eve Langlais knows how to turn up the heat while maintaining the hilarity as she returns readers to the fantastic World of the FUC / Furry United Coalition. Mari is such a wonderful mixture of light and dark and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing her turn into...

  • Article: Must Read Urban Fantasy & Paranormal Romance - December 2016

    It’s my second favorite time of year. Autumn, with all its Halloween wonderfulness, is my most favorite time of year but I really do love the holiday season. There’s so much to see and do, so much to enjoy- like the hustle and bustle of events,...

  • Review: The Witch and the Dead Wishcraft Mystery, #7

    The Wishcraft Mystery Series is one of my favorites, great characters, well written stories...and the touch of the paranormal I adore in my cozies. Darcy and Nick's relationship has progressed throughout the series and now they are taking the next step...

  • Review: Putting on the Witch Retired Witches Mysteries, #3

    I love this series and I am sad to acknowledge this is probably the last. I don't know if Jim completed any others before passing away earlier this year, just six months after Joyce passed in 2015. If it is the final book in the series, it ended well...

  • Review: By Familiar Means A Witch's Cat Mystery, #2

    I've fallen under the spell of The Witch's Cat Mystery Series. I have not yet read the first book, but when offered a chance to review book two I jumped on it. Cozy mystery with witches? Yes, please. Now I have to go back and read book one and I am definitely...

  • Review: Beyond the Night The Heroes of New Vegas, #1

    One minute, Dr. Elliot Drake is in a cave in Sedona with his friends in an adventure, the next he wakes up fifty years into the future and human civilization as we know it has fallen. Cities are gone, mostly everyone is dead and there's some strange creatures...

  • Review: Hook, Line, and Mated Sweet Water Book 7

    “Hook, Line, and Mated’s” Easton Pope is a moose shifter. He resides in the town of Sweet Water. Easton is a loner and recluse and figures he will never meet and have a mate. That is until he finds her in the town’s diner. He fights his need to mate,...

  • Review: FALCON: Resistance Knights of Black Swan NEXT GENERATION Book 1

    As a long-time reader of the wonderful Ms. Victoria Danann, I have loved The Knights of the Black Swan since their inception. I have also realized that my favorite heroes are aging. Falcon: Resistance introduces us to the new class of knights, all of...

  • Review: Enid & The King Alpha Hunted 4

    Enid's family secrets and other secrets have been uncovered. She'll have to confront her feelings about shifters. Will she get her second chance at love? Where will her journey with King Drake lead her? While reading the book I was captivated by the storyline....

  • Review: Tempted by the Gargoyle Boston Stone Sentries, #1

    This book choice was a gamble for me. I've read Gargoyle stories before and have been very disappointed. Happily that's not the case with this author and her Gargoyles. Ms Carlisle has opened up a whole new world to me. "Tempted by the Gargoyle" is a...

  • Review: Drop Dead Demons The Divinicus Nex Chronicles, #2

    Once again I cannot sing the praises enough of these two mother, daughter writing duo. Book two of The Divinicus Nex Chronicles has my all time fave main characters, has Aurora and the Hex Boys battling more demons.

  • Review: The Haunting of Hotel LaBelle

    Sharon Buchbinder pens a hauntingly lovely paranormal romance story. Tallulah Thompson is a wonderful heroine. She has some unbelievable talents and an unbelievably unique job. I loved that she had her dog Fanny accompany her on the job. It made me feel...

  • Review: The Scent of Salt & Sand An Escaped Novella

    Let me begin by saying that I am a tremendous fan of authors Kristin Cast and P.C. Cast. "The Scent of Salt and Sand" is a novella in their new Escaped series. This tale is a continuation of Amber Smoke and Scarlet Rain, the first two novels in the series....

  • Review: Undead and Done Undead/Queen Betsy, #15

    Betsy is back for one last ride before it is over. This time the secret is out and the vampires have been exposed to the world. Betsy must smooth things over but it seems that her most recent efforts only add to the chaos. Add in the werewolves, mermaids...

  • Review: Bound by Joy Cauld Ane Series, #8

    “Bound by Joy” is book eight in the Cauld Ane series. As the name suggests it’s a Joy. Kenna McFadden is Cauld Ane and she has lived hundreds of years. In all this time she hasn’t met her mate, but that is about to change. She meets a visiting Icelandic...

  • Review: Hellbound The Lost Souls Trilogy, #2

    It’s hard to come up with the right words to review “Hellbound”. It was even better than book one in The Lost Souls Trilogy. The characters come alive in this book and I was just caught up flipping the pages. This book just has so much going on and I...

  • Review: Waiting for the Laird

    Willa Blair spins a beautiful romance set in the Scottish Highlands full of suspense, history and mystery. Lara MacLaren is a complicated heroine an American transplant to Scotland she and her children came to make her husband’s dream come true. She is...

  • Review: Taken Five Fates Series, #2

    “Taken” by Amy McKinley follows the adventures of Layla, one of five sisters who are at the center of a conflict between the gods, cursed by meddling of the Fates. The Oneiroi are determined to destroy the sisters, spurred the manipulations of Zeus, who...

  • Review: Conjuror Orion Chronicles, #1

    Remy is descended from a long line of conjurors who have used their special supernatural abilities to alter reality. The 17-year-old’s family has paid a high price for this awesome gift. Both his mother and aunt have been killed by those who oppose the...

  • Review: Otherworld Chills An Otherworld Novel

    “Otherworld Chllls” by Kelley Armstrong is an anthology of seven stories that tie together the various threads of the Otherworld universe, starting with “Brazen” that focuses on the search for the evil Malcolm Danvers. Hope the half demon stars in “Chaotic”...

  • Review: Leopard's Fury A Leopard Novel

    Christine Feehan returns to her Leopard People series with another fast paced story that was absolutely loaded with romance and thrilling suspense. As usual, I was captivated from the first page until the last. I liked both our hero Alonzo and his heroine...

  • Review: Curse on the Land A Soulwood Novel, #2

    This was another great installment of the Soulwood series. Nell comes back from her PsyLED training and almost immediately she ends up working a case. Something is making Soulwood feel evil and there are events happening at the church compound that might...

  • Review: Charming Exiled Book 3

    I have been a long-time reader of author Victoria Danann. Charming in the third novel in the Exiled series, and a more perfect ending to the series could not exist. Charming, as a character, is smooth, enigmatic, and an all-around good guy. The novel...

  • Review: The Last Adventure of Constance Verity

    My first thought upon finishing this book was "that was fun!" The Last Adventure of Constance Verity was a wild ride through an otherworldly amusement park while on some serious drugs. At least that's what it felt like. A. Lee Martinez genre bends and...

  • Review: Dark Lovers Iron Wolves, #5

    OMG Talk about a paranormal treasure trove! From Hell to Heaven and plains in between, this story has tons of imagination. Each setting has wonderful descriptions of it’s landscape and it’s inhabitants. Some are places that you may have visited before...

  • Review: Shadowed Souls

    This was a fabulous anthology filled with a variety of short, dark urban fiction stories. There are eleven stories total and there is a little something for everyone here. There are fae, genies, wizards, zombies and more. I don't read a lot of anthologies...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews K.H. Mezek

    Hi K. H.! Thanks for stopping over to share your book "Book of Angels". What's your book about? Sera is saved from death by the Night Angels, while her brother Salem is saved by her enemy Fabian Gore. Both become immortal denizens, fighting on opposite...

  • Review: Once a Gypsy The Irish Traveller Series - Book One

    The Irish setting to this story was a breath of fresh air. So many stories have been told that all center around the same traditions. So to read one that was different was so nice. You can really tell (if you know what you’re reading) that the author...

  • Review: Archangel's Heart Guild Hunter, #9

    This book is part of a series and it has both a long running storyline and a storyline that begins and ends in this book. Therefore, it is possible to read this book and enjoy it without having read other books in this series but be aware that events...

  • Review: Freakn' Out Freakn' Shifters Book 7

    An entertaining read with serious subject matter, that being PTSD and life altering injuries. I liked the characters of Derrick and Janine both very much and felt their relationship was well-paced and believable, especially with the paranormal spin of...

  • Review: Dracula vs. Hitler

    Professor Van Helsing has settled down to a quiet life in Romania decades after his battle against Dracula. But when a darker evil known as the Nazis reach out to grab his country and threatens all he holds dear, the only tool he can reach for is the...

  • Review: Deja Who An Insighter Novel, #1

    Deja Who is the first book in a new series by MaryJanice Davidson. The premise is exciting and intriguing. Basically, “Insighters”, with a little bit of help from a drug given to the patient, can see past lives. They can see every bad thing that you've...

  • Review: Night Talk

    George Noory of Coast To Coast AM brings us “Night Talk”. There are voices in the dark. A radio show that features the darkness of paranoia and paranormal. All the stories of sightings of aliens, being abducted, Big Foot and others. The author puts you...

  • Review: Salvation: Reckless Desires Blue Moon Saloon Book 4

    Bear shifter Todd Voss and human Anna Boone have unknowingly crossed paths in the past. Fate has a way of making sure it happens again on purpose this time around. Can they find love and Salvation in each other’s arms? Beware! Danger! They're back! A...

  • Review: Dragonmark Dark-Hunter Novels

    "Dragonmark", by Sherrilyn Kenyon, is a fascinating story. I wouldn't have thought a dragon story could be so exciting, but it is. It enthralled me from the beginning. This author's writing is so descriptive that I felt I was in the story myself. Illarion...

  • Review: Haunted by the King of Death Eternal Mates Paranormal Romance Series Book 11

    I liked "Haunted by the King of Death", but I didn't think it stood alone all that well. Grave and Isla's story on its own was sweet (in its own way) and I liked them as characters. There's a lot in the book about other characters, presumably past main...

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