• 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...

  • Review: Kozav Dragons of Preor, #3

    The heroine of this story, Grace, rocks. She has a no nonsense attitude and does what needs to be done when it needs doing. Have a problem with that? Step aside. Our initial interaction with Grace leaves me feeling a lot of empathy; this woman has it...

  • Review: Edge of Control

    Gritty, harsh, but yet beautiful at times. I was conflicted by Edge of Control because there were moments when I disliked everyone in it and more moments when I just wanted to tell Eiryn to just toss it all to the flames and go. But, despite all that,...

  • Review: Billionaire in Wolf's Clothing Billionaire Wolf, #1

    I really liked this latest Heart of The Wolf novel by Terry Spear. This was an amazing read that was suspenseful with twists and introduced a new cast of intriguing characters along with one special little boy who stole the story. From beginning to end...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews A. Katie Rose

    Hi A. Katie Rose. Thanks for joining us on Night Owl Reviews. Please share with us something about your book "Under the Wolf's Shadow". The climactic wrap up of the "Saga of the Black Wolf" series. Raine must enter hell in order to free his wolf god sire....

  • Review: Vendetta A Deadly Curiosities Novel, #2

    “Vendetta” by Gail Z. Martin is an action-filled and imaginative story that features many remarkable creatures who function in a world that the local humans are often oblivious to. The blend of pragmatic and arcane in Charleston, South Carolina provides...

  • Review: Ensnared Blood Courtesans, #6

    A chance encounter with a stranger changes Star Salazar’s life forever. Billionaire French vampire Remy de la Lune is ensnared by her. He wants her at any cost. How far will he go to get her? Will anything worthwhile happen to them? Star Salazar's finances...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Gail Z. Martin

    Hi Gail! Thanks for joining us here on Night Owl Reviews. Please tell us a bit about "The Shadowed Path". It's the first return to my world of The Summoner and my Chronicles of the Necromancer series in five years, with a look at the story behind warrior/brigand...

  • Review: Invision Chronicles of Nick, #7

    This series is so beyond amazing. I’m kind of scared that for us older fans who love both this YA series and the original Dark Hunter series. How will the two ever connect? Or if they ever will? “Invision” is by far my favorite. Being in Nick's head is...

  • Review: Waking the Bear Shifter Wars, #1

    First off, I just love this cover, very eye catching and we all know a good cover can catch our eye. That being said, the story matches the cover, very pleasing. The strong alpha, Griff could make anyone fall for him, me included. Amy is a perfect fit...

  • Review: Shadow Rider The Shadow Series, #1

    “Shadow Rider” is an interesting introduction to a new series by Christine Feehan. I was very excited when I heard about it and it didn’t disappoint. Francesca is running from something that will eventually catch up with her, the question is will it consume...

  • Review: Bear Run Pine Ridge Bear Shifters Book 1

    Human Alice is definitely someone you want at your side. She'd make anyone a great mate. Will Bear Shifter Taggart claim his mate? Alice and Taggart are at odds with her family and the Black Valley clan. Her family doesn't understand her motivation to...

  • Review: Pool of Crimson The Blushing Death #1

    "A Pool of Crimson" is the first book in The Blushing Death series. It’s quite an attention grabber that will keep you turning the pages. If you like werewolves, vampires, demons, ghosts, spirits and magic you have come to the right place for a good paranormal...

  • Review: Emerald Fire The Blushing Death #6

    “Emerald Fire” is the sixth book in the Blushing Death series. If you like paranormal stories with vampires, wolfs, zombies, dark magic, romance [love triangle], shifters, witches, and other magical creatures, don’t miss this series. Oh and lets not leave...

  • Review: Diablo Lake: Moonstruck Diablo Lake, #1

    While this book occasionally had me wondering about some of the wording, the story kept my interest right from the beginning. Any time you have sexy guys running around shirtless, how can you not keep a woman’s interest? The mixture of shifters and witches...

  • Review: Sentinel: Reckless Desires Alpha Protectors Book 2

    “Sentinel: Reckless Desires”is awesome! It's part of a series but can be read standalone. This story rocked! I'm hooked on the authors' unique style of writing and consistently awesome writing skills. She always delivers on the romance, action, suspense...

  • Review: Gambling on Her Bear Shifters in Vegas

    Have you ever been stuck in a situation that had you torn between temptation and desire? Dragon shifter / witch hybrid Karen Proulx didn't bet on the sexy, distracting bear shifter Tanner Lloyd coming her way. She desires sexy Tanner above all else. What...

  • Review: Willem The Witches of Wimberley, #1

    I don’t know how she does it. Once again, author Victoria Danann has managed to create an epic world, and with it, a brand new magical cast of characters to enchant readers. Let me tell you, I was enchanted from the very first page. I couldn’t put it...

  • Review: Cloaked in Blood Wulfkin Legacy

    Interesting premise, but ultimately an uninspiring execution. The villain was almost a parody of himself; the political setup was sort of unbelievable in how unsustainable it was; the characters weren't convincing in their roles as essentially princes...

  • Review: The Undoing Call Of Crows, #2

    I always experience a “fan girl” moment when I see Shelly Laurenston has a new book out. I fear that day I pick up the book and it’s not all I dreamed it could be. Thankfully, that has not happened and given that Laurenston just keeps getting better I...

  • Review: Bay of Sighs Guardians Trilogy, #2

    Bay of Sighs is the second installment in the Guardian Trilogy from Nora Roberts. When I selected this book to review I didn’t realize that is was the second book until I was a few chapters in, and luckily I was able to catch up quickly with the characters...

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

    The latest Nalini Singh novel is coming and it’s a Psy-Changeling novel that revisits the beloved characters of the series while preparing us for a new dawn in the Psy-Changeling world. I really can’t say much about this book without spoilers so I will...

  • 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 Wizards of London #1

    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...

  • Article: Review Request - Romance Novels & Young Adult

    Loading... Hi Author's and Publicists, Thanks for stopping over and submitting your book for review. We have done over 27,880 reviews since we opened in 2004. We are accepting all genres of Romance Novels and Young Adult Novels that are fantasy, science...

  • 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,...

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