• Review: All The Way Back Wayback Texas

    Major Drew Lawson is now returning back to his hometown of Wayback, Texas after not being there for eighteen years. When he was eighteen years old, he enlisted in the Army and left his Wayback, Texas life behind him. He decided to never come...

  • Review: The Fine Art of Kissing

    Julie Wilson is a bestselling author of the book The Fine Art of Kissing that seems to be taking the market by storm. Since the public is now dubbing Julie “The Love Doctor,” she gets a call from Brad O’Malley, a popular talk show...

  • Review: Mikel's Wrath

    Well-developed characters and an engaging story line combine to make this another delightful journey in the series that began with “Tailiff’s Cure”. Having been stolen from earth by the slaver Black Rose with a group of Lionese, Maryann...

  • Review: For Her Eyes Only

    Leona is the oldest of triplets and the most powerful. The only problem is, she never wanted the power and has fought against it her whole life. The sisters are unable to live close to one another because their power bleeds out to each other. Leona...

  • Review: Under the Blood Red Moon

    Angelica Shelton Belanov is an unusual young lady in 1870’s London. Her mother was an English lady and her father was a Russian prince. She can also hear people’s thoughts. She and her brother left the country to join the social whirl. Angelica...

  • Review: Immortals: The Crossing

    Joy Nash once again brings us a mesmerizing story set in Scotland with the immortal demigod Manannan mac Lir. Mac is the protector of the Sidhe and when a threat nearly kills an infant, he sets out to track down and destroy the one responsible. Artemis...

  • Review: Overnight Sensation

    Garrett Stokes is a Special Ops hero, having a movie made about his capture and torture behind enemy lines. Ivy James is the actress selected to star as the missionary who finds him, hides him from the drug cartel looking for him, tends to him and helps...

  • Review: Southern Fried Trouble A Hannaford Twins Mystery

    Ace and Deecey Hannaford are twins.  Ace and Deecey aren’t their real names but that is what they go by.  Their father is a Florida state senator and loves to try and control their lives even though they are grown.  Ace is a private...

  • Review: Pure Blood Nocturne City, Book 2

    This is the second book in the Nocturne City series. It takes up three months after the events in Night Life. Luna has just returned to her job as a homicide detective. Her first night back she catches a case of a body found in an alley. It appears to...

  • Review: The Rogue Hunter Argeneau Vampires, Book 10

    The Rogue Hunter by Lynsay Sands brings us a new perspective to the immortals and vampires we’ve come to know in the Argeneau series.  Garrett Mortimer is an immortal and belongs to a group of hunters set up by the Council to hunt down the...

  • Review: The Ideal Wife

    Miles Ripley, Earl of Severn has a problem...or three, in fact--his mother and two sisters. He loves them dearly, but they are about to visit a fourth problem upon him, if he doesn't take action quickly. Namely, they are determined to marry him off to...

  • Review: Out Of Her Dreams

    This was an interesting story; I really enjoyed Kate and Jake's courtship and how their modern day story interwove with stories from their past. Kate was a likeable, spunky heroine -- it was fun to see how she dealt with having a ghostly suitor and how...

  • Review: Rogue

    Maxine is a well-known Psychiatrist and an expert on childhood trauma & adolescent suicide. It is her passion as well as her three children of whom she adores. Her marriage to the handsome entrepreneur Blake Williams may have been something that most...

  • Review: Death Angel

    Death Angel by Linda Howard is a phenomenal read with a non-traditional couple and the metamorphosis their lives go through. Drea is a survivor and if that means being the arm fluff for a crime lord then so be it, or so she thought until one man...

  • Review: Show No Mercy Black Ops, Book 1

    Show No Mercy is an action packed novel full of danger and suspense that will keep the reader on the edge of their seat from the first page to the last page. Gabe Jones is a special operative for Black Ops, Inc and thrives on the danger that comes...

  • Review: Tempt Me With Darkness The Doomsday Brethren, Book 1

    Tempt Me with Darkness is a thrilling start to a new series by Shayla Black with magic, witches and warriors linked to the King Arthur legend. Marrok was one of Arthur's greatest warriors. Cursed by the evil Morganna, he has searched throughout...

  • Review: Turbulent Sea Suspenseful paranormal erotic romance

    The seven Drake sisters have special powers.  The older six are proficient in one and are some what proficient in other while the youngest embodies all of their powers.  One can control the wind, another can heal, still another can call on animals...

  • Review: Brothers of the Blood Book II of White Oaks Trilogy

    Set in 1860’s and 1870’s in the midwest, Brothers By Blood is a coming-of-age story about, Blue Fox with Two Hearts, a Lakota half-breed caught between two worlds. When his Lakota mother dies leaving him on the White Oaks ranch in the care...

  • Review: Maya's Gold

    After the unexpected death of her father, Maya Valentine, a special education teacher living in Portland, Oregon, decides to spend the summer in Salisbury Junction, Oregon, where she'd spent her childhood vacations in the home her father left her. However,...

  • Review: Blind Love

    Poor Dr. Jared Fields is dealing with a curse now for ten years that a patient, who is an evil witch, happened to place upon him when he declined to return her sentiment. Her curse consisted of turning Jared into a disfigured beast of a man by day...

  • Review: Let Them Eat Cake

    Anna Mulligan is a very sweet caring ICU nurse who is thrilled to go on her 1st tour of Paris, France. She is surprised to find Dr. Jeff Andrews going along as well. Anna has admired Jeff from afar at work but he has remained aloof towards her. Well,...

  • Review: One Vampire Summer

    One Vampire Summer’s main character, Carol Langley, a paperback romance author, goes to her family’s cabin to get away. She’s greeted with her longtime neighbors Maude and Clyde. It’s not of these neighbors ...

  • Review: Passion at an Exhibition

    1890’s New York Rosalyn Abbett is a suffragette who is a strong believer in women’s rights. She is a junior curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which she will be working on the exhibition of royal jewelry. This has her really addled,...

  • Review: Pirates of the Mist

    This is the first Tracy L. Ranson book I’ve read. Especially with a time travel story often there’s a few gaps leaving the reader hanging, as in the case of a character being dropped from nowhere into someone’s lap. In Pirates of...

  • Review: Mysteria Lane Mysteria - Book 2 - Stand Alone

    Mysteria Lane is a set of four short stories written by four different authors with all the stories based in Mysteria, CO. Mysteria was created by a demon in an accidental act of kindness. Many if not most of the residents are beings with some kind...

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