• Review: A Face in the Crowd

    Cristina Kirby’s “A Face in the Crowd” is one of those books that has the reader going, "What If"! I love these kinds of books because it does happen where someone so big, (a rock star, actor, star football player) could and does fall for the average...

  • Review: Blazing Hot Cowboy Smokin’ Hot Cowboys, #2

    Lauren is a strong person and she did a great job with her adorable daughter, Hannah. The sexual tension between her and Kent was crazy wild. I expected to see my hands singed by the pages. Hannah attaches to Kent pretty quickly and I think that says...

  • Review: When She's Gone

    The title was the first thing that caught my attention and then I read the cover and was hooked. "When She’s Gone" is a fast paced book that kept me on my toes. Right when you think you know what’s going on it changes. Ara is awesome but she has some...

  • Review: The Protector A Sons of Texas Novel, #2

    I have no idea why I cannot find myself advancing in my likeness of author Donna Grant's, "Sons of Texas," series, but I don't love the series. The latest "The Protector," did not improvement my opinion. I was slightly caught off guard when I found this...

  • Review: Good Vampires Go to Heaven A Deadly Angels Book, #8

    I was absolutely hoping that I would fall in love with author Sandra Hill's latest release "Good Vampires Go to Heaven”, and yet I did everything except love this book. In truth I had a hard time just attempting at maintaining my interest once I began...

  • Review: While the Duke Was Sleeping The Rogue Files, #1

    It was certainly my intent to write a more positive review for the New Year and yet my reading of the "While the Duke was Sleeping" was anything minus pleasing as the reader. This is honestly one of the most unacceptable romances that I have ever read....

  • Review: Deadly Genesis Boomers Book 2

    Action packed futuristic romance that takes you into a well thought out world that mixes fantasy, time travel and super powers. Each book builds on the one before it so it is necessary to read this series in order. Otherwise, you may become confused and...

  • Review: In the Bag A Celeste Eagan Mystery, #2

    Emery Harper once again delights readers with the adventures and antics of Celeste Eagan in the second book in this cozy mystery series. Celeste is an engaging character. I love her mixture of confidence and awkwardness. Watching her practically bulldoze...

  • Review: The Baron's Blunder Love Is Book 10

    Susan M. Baganz weaves a lovely regency tale. Henrietta Allendale is a smart and independent woman. Readers get to witness her deal with Lord Charles Percy's rescue and perfidy. It was fun watching Lord Percy back pedal and have to explain himself to...

  • Review: The Teapot and the Kettle

    “The Teapot and the Kettle” by coauthors Joan and Keith is an inspirational, delightful narrative that contains many precious life lessons for young readers especially when accompanied by adult conversations. The gifted coauthors enchant readers by adding...

  • Review: Drakon's Promise Blood of the Drakon

    “Drakon's Promise” starts off an exciting new series in a world that Drakon exist. Darius Varkas is a drakon, both human and dragon. And he’s kind is being chased by the Knights for their blood. It’s a fight as old as time but this time there’s a human...

  • Review: The Bad Boy Bargain

    “The Bad Boy Bargain” is a fun read from page one. The two main characters are Kyle Sawyer and Faith Gladwell, both high-school seniors. They do not run in the same circles because Kyle is a baseball player, while Faith is dating a football player. At...

  • Review: Captcha Thief Amy Lane Mysteries

    A security guard assigned to secure the priceless paintings at the National Museum of Wales is brutally murdered. The murderer's goal was to gain ownership of the museum's most cherished painting. What was the interest in this painting? Was it to be sold...

  • Review: His Lordship's Wild Highland Bride

    "His Lordship's Wild Highland Bride" is a true adventure in every sense of the word. It is hilarious at times and always exciting. You can't help but feel for both Lainie and Ridley. The chemistry is there but it doesn't overwhelm the 'courtship'. And...

  • Review: Love & Hope Stanford Creek Book 2

    “Love & Hope” by Rozenn (RJ) Scott is a touching tale of a man determined to do what’s best for his baby daughter, no matter the cost to him. My heartstrings were constantly tugged by Danny’s exquisite care and sacrifice for little Hope, and it was heartwarming...

  • Review: A Match Made in Mistletoe A Regency Novella

    A Match Made in Mistletoe is this year’s Holiday Novella from the talented Anna Campbell. She is one of my favorite historical authors because she writes such charming stories. The heroines are always kind but they also have an inner strength that is...

  • Review: Resist A Vampire Blood Courtesans Romance

    "Resist" is another installment of the Blood Courtesan series. I really wanted to like this one. I love the series. Anya and Cam are very interesting characters and they're very good together but the story is somewhat convoluted. I just didn't connect...

  • Review: Palace of Scoundrels Two Thrones Book 2

    I did very much enjoy this chance to see how Danae and Matthias do after their wedding and all the politics that surround being a royal match. It was interesting seeing the day to day of their lives, watching Danae grow into her power and seeing how Matthias...

  • Review: Prose and Cons A Magical Bookshop Mystery, #2

    Amanda Flower brings us the second entry in her Magical Bookshop series. This time we find Violet and her Grandma Daisy getting ready for the annual Food and Wine Festival. they plan on having the local writing group, the Red Inkers, present a reading...

  • Review: Falling for the Girl Next Door

    “Falling for the Girl Next Door” is the fifth book in the Creative HeArts series and the second book in the Sloane and Tru Arc. In the first book arc, Sloane moved to Texas from the big NYC after an “incident” and while living there she fell for the bad...

  • Review: Snow & Secrets Stanford Creek Book 3

    “Snow & Secrets” by Rozenn (RJ) Scott is my favorite of the series thus far. It was great to finally get a closer look at the mysterious Garrett and to discover exactly what he did. I daresay the band Hudson Hart is being decimated by all of the problems...

  • Review: Black Dawn Dark Light Book 1

    Short and sweet, if a bit under-fleshed. I would have liked to see a bit more of what led Darr to love Isolde, how his feelings changed from his initial thoughts of simply staying away from his previous master, to loving Isolde. After all, he's a demon,...

  • Review: A Home for Christmas The Christmas Love List Book 3

    After a house fire, single mom Kady is forced to move back to Vine Grove with her son Noah to live with her parents. She secures a job at a local wine shop, and prepares to begin a new life with her son. A poor decision on Kady’s part finds her going...

  • Review: Christmas Kisses & Wishes The Christmas Love List Book 2

    Recently divorced Finn is travelling as she debates her next steps in life. Along with her pug, Scorch, she arrives in the small town of Vine Grove in October. Romance is in the air when Finn meets veterinarian, Keaton, and they bond over their love of...

  • Review: Waiting For an Earl Like You A Masters of Seduction Novel

    Alexandra Hawkins teases and tantalizes readers with the ever popular twin game in this fabulous historical romance. Olivia Lydall is an admirable heroine even while I was cringing along with her over her embarrassing escapade I couldn't help but love...

  • Review: Seth Highland Gargoyles, #4

    Lisa Carlisle transports readers to a mystical Scotland where wolf shifters and gargoyles not only exist they live together on a magical island with fairies. Seth is an absolutely wonderful hero, a fantastic mixture of stoicism and emotion. I love how...

  • Review: Notes And Roses Stanford Creek Book 1

    “Notes & Roses” by Rozenn (RJ) Scott is an entertaining introduction to a delightful small town family and the members of a music group that they form a relationship with. I was a little disconcerted to discover that this was the first in the series,...

  • Review: The Ghosts of Misty Hollow Ghost of Granny Apples, #6

    The Setting: Massachusetts This is the sixth book in the Granny Apples Mystery Series As Gino Costello works in a historic farmhouse writing his next book he thinks about a medium the family knows, Emma. The book he's writing is about the paranormal....

  • Review: Telling Tails Second Chance Cat Mystery, #4

    Sofie Ryan brings us the fourth entry in her popular Second Chance mystery series. Sarah’s friend and employee Rose is delivering a customer’s purchase when the quick errand becomes a deadly escapade. Rose arrives just in time to see the customer murdered...

  • Review: Custom Baked Murder A Pawsitively Organic Mystery, #5

    Custom Baked Murder is the fifth book in A Pawsitively Organic Mystery series. Kristan “Stan” Connor is working hard on getting everything ready for the opening of her shop, Pawsitively Organic Pet Patisserie and Café, when her sister, Christine shows...

  • Review: Big Magic Creative Living Beyond Fear

    "Big Magic" by Elizabeth Gilbert is a must read for writers and all creative types. Plus I highly recommend her audiobook. With her calming voice, you feel like you went to a therapy session to help break your writer's block and instead of listening to...

  • Article: Gwyn Brodie's Tempted by a Highland Moon $25 Amazon Card Giveaway

    Comment Question: Do you want to travel to Scotland? Why or Why Not? The Highland Moon Series Book 4 Lady Kila Murray learns her father, before his untimely death, betrothed her to Laird Colin Monro, a man she had previously met and thought to be most...

  • Review: Mulberry Moon A Mystic Creek Novel, #3

    Some of the best romances have been penned by Catherine Anderson. When reviewing her booklist I was amazed at how many I’ve read and remember fondly. Every fan of Catherine Anderson can tell you their favorite, but that’s where I have a dilemma. Each...

  • Review: Flicker and Mist

    The idea of people who could become invisible was a very neat concept. I was drawn in by the story but soon found out that it was not really for me. The descriptions of their world and the animals that lived there were not enough to paint a vivid picture....

  • Review: On Broken Wings A Wild Aces Romance, #3

    On Broken Wings ; I love the title for this book. I knew it would be beautiful and it was everything that I'd expected. Chanel Cleeton delivered a heartbreaking beginning that tore my heart out with the pain. Then she painstakingly built a romantic and...

  • Review: Breath of Fire The Kingmaker Chronicles, #2

    Amanda Bouchet brings us back into her Kingmaker Chronicles with another strong epic fantasy. “Breath of Fire” picks back up not too long after the first book, “A Promise of Fire”, ends. You will need to read book one before continuing the journey in...

  • Review: Lord Sebastian's Secret The Duke's Sons, #3

    Jane Ashford takes readers on a fantastic adventure with this delightful Regency romance. Lady Georgina Stane is a strong and smart and a woman in love. Lord Sebastian Gresham is a man of honor and strength and devoted to his future bride. I love that...

  • Review: Satisfaction A Lawless Novel, #1

    This contemporary romance will have you sitting on the edge of your seat as plans go array and emotions explode. This isn’t a sweet fluffy romance but a down and dirty one with so much going on that you’re not going to want to put it down. The characters...

  • Review: It Happened in Scotland Kilts and Quilts, #6

    "It Happened in Scotland," is a cozy seasonal read with strong family values, but is not exactly what I would label a romance novel or at least one that was a great, romantic read. Despite the romance seriously lacking any real details or chemistry among...

  • Review: Hard Hitter A Brooklyn Bruisers Novel, #2

    “Hard Hitter” is the second book in the Brooklyn Bruisers series. This one features the teams captain, Patrick O'Doul and yoga instructor Ariana Bettini. I enjoyed this well written sports romance because it was filled with tension, chemistry and great...

  • Review: An Unsettling Crime for Samuel Craddock A Samuel Craddock Mystery

    The author deals with some real life issues, some real hard issues, drugs. murder and racism. A mystery of a small town that has corruption spewing all over. It even spills over into the police department. Samuel Craddock, takes on the job of Police Chief,...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Carolyn Brown

    Hi Carolyn! Thanks for coming over to NOR. Good mornin’ everyone at Night Owl Reviews! Thank you letting me stop by today and visit with all y’all about "The Barefoot Summer". It’s the story of three women who had no idea they were all married to the...

  • Review: No Living Soul A Lexi Carmichael Mystery, #9

    If you think geeks never get away from their computers, you’ve never met Lexi Carmichael and her friends. They have action packed adventures while solving mysteries that require all of their knowledge. In this story, a pandemic has the chance of breaking...

  • Review: Sisters One, Two, Three

    “Sisters One, Two, Three” penned by Nancy Star brought into light the terrors and heartaches of a family who resided in Martha Vineyard where life from the outside appeared bright and serene. The story unfolded when the sisters were in their late elementary...

  • Review: Hope's Peak

    Detective Jane Harper, from San Francisco expects sinister murders back there, but not in Hope's Peak, North Carolina. The author gives you vivid images of the murders, such as a young woman found with a crown of vines on her head, like a princess. Once...

  • Review: Off Base Out of Uniform, #1

    I didn't realize when I started this book that it is a spin off of this author's #gaymers series. If you're up to date on that series you will recognize both Pike and Zach from Connection Error. That being said, this book is a standalone and you do not...

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    Although the name of Gerry Schmitt is relatively new to suspense lovers, her alter ego, Laura Childs, is a staple in the world of cozy mysteries. Writing as Laura Childs, she is the NYT bestselling author of more than thirty-eight mysteries which span...

  • Article: Must Read Urban Fantasy & Paranormal Romance - January 2017

    Hello 2017, Goodbye 2016. Other than the amazing books released in 2016 the year was terrible. For once I’m glad to see a year come to an end. From the long list of influential celebrity deaths to Brexit and the US Presidential election 2016 was...

  • Article: Brian McCulley & John Crockett, Producers - Behind the Scenes

    I am happy to kick off 2017 with the opportunity to pick the brains of a couple of producers, Brian McCulley and John Crockett. Based in Denver, they travel to various areas of Colorado and around the U.S., or to any location that works for the film’s...

  • Article: Bolder and Older: Lorelei Confer

    This month in Older and Bolder, the delightful Lorelei Confer gets put in the hot seat. Getting to know her brought out a lot of things we have in common, such as similar early careers, some of the same favorite authors and love of family. But, you aren’t...

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Olivia's Escape by Cindy A. Matthews, Adrian J. Matthews

Seventeen-year-old Olivia Brown is abducted on her way home from a night out and wakes up to find herself imprisoned by a vampiric race in a dark city bathed in eternal night. Hernando, a handsome half-human slave, reveals what is intended for her - they want her blood for the upcoming festival. Together they escape, and find friends and allies in unexpected places.

Joining a resistance cell, they help plot a revolution and fall in love. Their group plans to take control of the Portal, a teleportation device that links Earth to the world of BloodDark. Getting into the City of Night is a challenge. A narrow window of opportunity opens - but what awaits them in the caverns located deep beneath the city?

Will Olivia and Hernando survive the battle? If she returns to Earth, will Olivia ever see Hernando again?

Last Ascension by Rebecca Royce


Lael Hudson has had enough. He made a terrible mistake years earlier and has never been able to forgive himself. His brothers don’t trust him and life seems like a series of pointless encounters—one after another, all meaningless. Until he makes a decision—leave the Guardians forever. Start a new life, one of his own making.

Margot Fox woke up one day in a small apartment in a city she didn’t recognize without any memories at all. She has one piece of paper in her pocket warning her of danger. What is she to do? When the little money she does have runs out she has no choice but to seek help outside, which is when she runs smack into Lael Hudson.

Despite his decision to stay out of Guardian affairs, Lael can’t deny his super human powers make him want to protect the woman who is convinced she must have been abducted by aliens. Together, they will discover the truth is more heinous than either of them could have imagined and that they will have to face the truth of their pasts if they ever to have a future.

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Dreamweaver by CS Friedman


When Jessica Drake learned that her DNA didn’t match that of her parents, she had no idea that investigating her true heritage would put her family’s lives in danger, and ultimately force her to cross into another world.

There, in an alternate Earth dominated by individuals with frightening mental powers called Gifts, Jessica learned of a curse within her blood, one so terrifying that all who possessed it were destroyed on sight. For she is a Dreamwalker, and the same dark Gift that allows her to enter the dreams of others will eventually destroy her mind and spread insanity to all around her. 

Now the deadly wraiths known as reapers, createdto hunt down the last Dreamwalkers, are starting to target her family. In order to destroy them she must seek out a mysterious shapeshifting tower where the secret of the reapers’ creation—and her own Dreamwalker heritage—can be found. Joining forces once more with the ex-Shadow Isaac and loremaster Sebastian, she travels to the Badlands, a region on the alternate Earth from which no traveler has ever returned.

But her efforts to unlock the secrets of the past will soon ignite the flames of an ancient war, as the deadand the undead gather to fight their final battle against the Dreamwalkers—with Jessica and Isaac on the front lines, and the fate of her entire homeworld at stake.