• Review: Mastroddi's Magic

    Claire Conway, a classically trained violinist who was a member of the Lincoln Center Symphony, had her prized Mastroddi violin passed down to her after her mother, another talented violinist, passed away suddenly. As legend was told to her by her grandfather,...

  • Review: His and Hers Dalmatians

    Callie and Hayden James were divorced for a few years now. Unfortunately, whenever the two of them were in the same room together for a function, hell would break loose. Today was both of their friends' wedding rehearsal dinner and everyone was hoping...

  • Review: The Legend and the Laird

    Raven knew from a young age she was different. She was to be the chieftain of her clan, the Draoidh. They were a mystical clan unrecognized by the other clans and the King but a powerful clan with many secrets. The legend of her clan ran deep within her....

  • Review: Demon Night Demon Series - Book 3

    Charlie Newcomb was a gifted singer until an accident cut off those dreams. Going into a downward spiral she began drinking to the point she couldn't quit and ended up crashing into Cole's Hard Time Bar and Grill. That crashed put her in jail and forced...

  • Review: Scions: Insurrection Scions Series: Book 2

    Scions: Insurrection is book two in the Scions series by Patrice Michelle. Readers who enjoyed the first book (Scions: Resurrection with the delicious hero Jachin Black) will definitely enjoy this book which is Landon Rourke's story. Landon Rourke is...

  • Review: Red-hot and Royal

    I really enjoyed this collection of stories about the princes and their pursuit of their princesses. Susanna created delightful characters that blazed to life within their individual stories. I do think that it might have been better if the stories were...

  • Review: A Highlander Never Surrenders Laird of the Mist Was Book 1, This is book 2

    In a land of political unrest and feudal clans, Paula Quinn delivers an emotionally charged romance within the pages of A Highlander Never Surrenders. Claire Stuart is raised to fight as a warrior and fight she does when her sister is taken by a military...

  • Review: Undead and Unworthy Undead/Queen Betsy, #7

    When an author reaches the seventh book in a series, people will sometimes wonder if its' worth it to keep tuning in. There was just an article in Romantic Times speculating when a series has jumped the shark and has reached the expiration date. Well,...

  • Review: Hot Property

    Zoe Chandler picked Ely to finish her book for two reasons. First was the peace and quiet she found in this rural community. The second was the great coffee house that was located only two miles from the cabin she was renting for the summer. Zoe is writing...

  • Review: Hungry Tigress Part of a Series, but can stand-alone.

    Joanna Crane was tired of being her rich daddy's showpiece and wanted to do something for the people of China. So she did food. She went in search of China's Boxer Rebellion what she actually found instead was anti-foreigner bandits who seemed to want...

  • Review: Desperate Tigress

    Shi Po has tried to reach heaven aka immortality, which is the Taoist ideal she has devoted her life to it. But it has been denied to her. Two white barbarian women Joanna Crane and Lydia Smith had found immortality while she had not. When General Kang...

  • Review: Natural Born Charmer

    Dean Robillard's the Chicage Stars quarterback who's decided to go on a break from his life in Chicago after getting a shoulder injury. One day while driving in the Colorady highway he sees Blue Bailey - a girl walking in a beaver suit along side the...

  • Review: Oblivious

    A murder has been committed in Chatham, a town where everyone knows everyone else. People pull together. And then there is Olivia, the lady bountiful of the community. Everyone who knows her loves her. She thinks she's nothing special, but the town cherishes...

  • Review: My Lord and Spymaster The Spymaster Series, #2

    Everyone always seems to underestimate Jess Whitby. She gives the impression of being a well brought up daughter of a respectable merchant and while she is the daughter of a respectable merchant, this was not always the case. Jess has many facets to her...

  • Review: Nightkeepers A Novel of The Final Prophecy - Book 1

    I am so glad I took a chance on Jessica Andersen and the Night Keepers. I had read an interview in Romantic Times and then it became available for review. I took it as a sign and asked to review it. It arrived about a week later and I dove right in. This...

  • Review: At the Bride Hunt Ball

    Ms. Madelyn Haywood is in her fourth "husband-less" season and hell-bent on surviving it without a marriage proposal. Tired of dealing with snotty heirs and scheming rakes, Madelyn is adamant that she will no longer succumb to her stepmother's whims of...

  • Review: Lessons from a Courtesan

    Lessons from a Courtesan is a fun and passionate novel about two fiery and strong willed characters that despite a ton of adversity, secrets, and lies can not deny the passion that binds them together. But can that passion truly be enough to finally bind...

  • Review: Surrender To Me

    Lady Astrid Derring, Duchess of Derring, has been left penniless when her husband leaves her. He took everything of value with him. She has had to let most of her staff go. The women of the ton talk about her and the men make indecent proposals. When...

  • Review: Some Like it Wicked

    After the death of their parents, Catriona Kincaid's brother sends her to England to live with their Uncle Ross. Ever since that time Catriona has wanted and dreamed of returning to her Highland home in Scotland and joining her brother and his rebels....

  • Review: In the Shadow of My Heart

    A short story of lost love, Victoria Pitts-Caine quickly sets the scene for a couple separated by the Civil War and a meddlesome parent. The story traces the life of Katie, as she cares for her child and still, after 15 years, she is true to her love....

  • Review: A Change of Heart

    Six years have passed since Jake Langley has been in his home town. Casey, for one, thought she was rid of him for good. Her sister Emily, however, had been left with a permanent reminder of Jake in the form of her five year old niece Melody. Casey has...

  • Review: Hiding in Plain Sight

    Just before take off, flight attendant Judy Winston's plane is high-jacked. After rushing some passengers to safety, she herself is tossed off the plane to safety by a large man, later discovered to be DEA agent Chase Danton. Through a series of harrowing...

  • Review: She's Me

    Jenna, an over-worked model, rents a quaint English cottage after a shoot. Stumbling, she pricks her finger and changes time and occupies the same body as a woman over forty years in the past. Unlike the skinny, beautiful stylish model, Lucy McGillicuddy...

  • Review: Weddings Can Be Murder

    Katie Ray is due to marry Joe Lyons in just two weeks. She can't wait for her best friend Leslie to arrive from Boston to help her with the wedding. Everything is going great, until Katie gets a case of the nerves and flushes her $8,000 engagement ring...

  • Review: Love's Magic

    I really enjoyed this story of how Celestia healed and tamed Nicholas. It was easy to see how apt the title was for the book - it was lovely to see how Celestia used her talents to forge a relationship with Nicholas. I did think it odd that Celestia has...

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Pack by Cassandra Chandler

The monsters of legend are not what we think—their origins much more distant. Dwellers are among us. A flitting shadow seen from the corner of your eye. An animal that’s not quite natural. Even a normal-seeming human you pass on the street. But for these alien organisms to make Earth their home, they need a host.

The greatest danger lurks beneath their skin.

Tessa has been as good as dead for seven years—ever since the dweller that killed her family decided to turn her into one of its kind. She’s kept the infection at bay while taking out as many dwellers as possible, but knows her time is almost up. Going out fighting was always her plan, until she meets a man with golden eyes and a touch that makes her want to change her destiny. A touch surely too gentle to belong to a werewolf…

Marcus has dedicated his life to the Blades of Janus, hoping to build peace between humans and dwellers and find a place for himself in the process. He’s used the strength, speed, and heightened senses of his own dweller nature with that single-minded focus—but when Tessa Rhodes storms into his life, all he can focus on is her.

Tessa’s arrival upsets the balance among all the Blades in Providence, awakening an urge Marcus has fought since he was turned—the longing for a pack. If he can convince her not to kill him, to let him fight at her side, they stand a chance against the dweller who infected her—and maybe a chance at something more.