• Review: One Enchanted Evening

    This was an extremely enjoyable read, and one of the better-executed fairy tale spinoffs that I've seen. Ivy is an amazing character, I love how she's smart and capable, yet she also still retains a sweet core - anyone who works with the police and still...

  • Review: Queen of Trees

    This was a fairly entertaining short - although I felt that it could have benefited from being a longer piece. Although it's fair praise that I should want to know more, I did want to hear about Lana's childhood and training, and I thought that the characters...

  • Review: Heart Song

    Escaping her abusive father, Chloe Brandt leaves Southern Pass, Nebraska, for nursing school in Lincoln. Doing so, she leaves behind Reese Lloyd, her first love and the man everyone thought she'd marry. When her estranged sister and her husband are murdered...

  • Review: Ride A Cowboy Contemporary Cowboy

    Ava Carrington and her best friend, Julia Masters, were both enjoying the male subject they were drawing in their night school art class. Ava was having such a hard time concentrating though because the gorgeous cowboy modeling for the class was sizzling...

  • Review: Ethan's Flight Book 1

    Written by a mother/ daughter team, Ethan's Flight is set just prior to the Civil War in the 1850's. There is excellent attention to historical detail. The book slips between two parallel story lines, skillfully merging them together as one. The lives...

  • Review: Vision of Darkness Phoenix Agency - Book 2

    The Phoenix Agency is back and it is a tale of two people who thought they would never find each other. After reading the first book I new this would be another one I would love by Judith Rochelle. Dan Romeo is a fortyish man who is somewhat getting tired...

  • Review: Hot Contract Book one of DalCon

    Geologist Guinevere "Jen" Stalling, the daughter of billionaire Art Stalling, is working on The Project, a controversial geothermal, power plant in the Hawaiian Islands when her boss is brutally murdered. Fearing for Jen's well being, Jen's father offers...

  • Review: Run Among Thorns

    Jenny Waring is in Ameica on an exchange programme with the National Park. When three men take Jenny and her co-workers hostage, she does something exsceptional to save them. Now everyone wants to know how she did it, but the only problem is she does't...

  • Review: The Centurion and the Queen

    Minnette Meador's Centurion and the Queen will transport you back to 60 AD Britain. It's not a time of comfort for either the Britons or the Romans. The Roman army has been an invader of the isle for quite some time. Through treaties with some of the...

  • Review: Eternal Pleasure Book 1

    Nina Bangs brings us paranormal romance with a whole new twist. Have you ever imagined what dating a T-Rex would be like? Not the animal himself . now that would be weird. but an immortal man with the memories, cravings and emotions of his prior T-Rex...

  • Review: The Darkest Kiss (Riley Jensen, Guardian, Book 6) - Very Dark Paranormal

    Riley Jensen is back in action in this 6th installment of the Riley Jensen Guardian series. This time the heat and sex steaks take a back seat in her life. She is dealing with two serial killers and that leaves little time for hanky panky. If you have...

  • Review: The Darkest Kiss Lords of the Underworld, Book 2)

    This is the second book in the Lords of the Underworld series. In The Darkest Kiss we get to see inside Lucien. He is the incarnate of death and he is in charge of taking souls to hell. He doesn't do all the souls, but does his fair share. He hates the...

  • Review: Your Scandalous Ways (Fallen Women series book #2)

    James Cordier is tired of his life working for his king and country. He is ready to retire. But, there is one last task he needs to complete before he can end his service. He must procure a packet of letters currently in the beautiful divorcee, Francesca...

  • Review: A Notorious Proposition Historical Romance (Victorian England)

    Garrett Burke and Lady Ivy Wentworth were on the trail of a jewel thief, working together for the Crown. Garrett left Ivy's warm bed on a lead to catch the thief, only to be attacked. Believing that Ivy had betrayed him he cuts all ties with her. Two...

  • Review: Where the Heart Leads: From the Casebook of Barnaby Adair (Cynster Novels) - hardcover and e-book - February 2008

    Penelope Ashford, younger sister to Luc Ashford and Portia Cynster, helps run the Foundling Hospital, a worthy institution that takes orphaned youngsters from impoverished circumstances and gives them a chance to train as servants and apprentices for...

  • Review: The Perfect Wife Reissue Feb. 2008

    The Perfect Wife should be one who is obedient, not self-opinionated and most of all not want for anything. This is something that is so not Lady Sabrina. All her life she has had a secret that she must not let anyone find out about. If it does become...

  • Review: One Foot in the Grave (Night Huntress, Book 2)

    Have you ever loved a book and then weren't so thrilled with the second one in the series. Well, that is NOT the case with Jeaniene Frost's newest A Night Huntress Novel. One Foot In The Grave is awesome. The story picks up four years later with Cat working...

  • Review: One Night Stand

    Marcee Robbens is a young woman on the prowl. She is tired of going to another wedding dateless. As a woman with a plan she wants to have sex with the first man that catches her eye. The thing is once she notices Sam McKelvey she is wondering if it will...

  • Review: Designed for Passion

    Melodye Carter is an average beautiful woman. The one problem is that she is also big. Because of her weight she feels no one else will love her again. Her ex-husband who was murdered always compared her to her svelte beautiful sister Lucia. Her mother...

  • Review: Love Be Damned

    How far would you go to find a wife? That is something that we all question and is on Lord Nicholas Templeton mind. Here is a man who has everything except a woman in his life. He made a wager that he can marry anyone right away not as a marriage of convenience...

  • Review: What Lies Between Them Book Length: Novel

    Autumn is a woman who has had many regrets and one is letting go of Matt to easily. She was young at the time but hearing the one man you gave your whole heart not sharing the same dreams as you is a big letdown. Now years later she is back in her hometown...

  • Review: Mine

    The date is 2525 and society has reinvented itself after the Great War. Kings and courts rule the land, and King Clovis has a harem. While the King and court live in opulence the world outside the walls of the palace suffer. Gabriella has been chosen...

  • Review: Love's Reflection

    Wounded by past rejection, Dr. Cort Hirsch, a brilliant professor, creates Alpha, a female robot to meet his every need. Making her in the image of Zoe Parker, a movie star who'd publicly snubbed him, Cort purposefully denies her the ability to have sex....

  • Review: One Touch Beyond - Anthology Elizabeth Delisi, Maureen McMahon, Kim Cox, Sherryl Hames Torres, Chris Grover

    This anthology has five stories to keep you up late at night. Of the five, my favorite was Restless Spirit by Elizabeth Delisi. At the end of this story, I had goose bumps on my arms. It was a reality skewer, and very well done. My second favorite was...

  • Review: Being Plumville

    This is not an ordinary read - it is an amazing one! Savannah J. Frierson transcends barriers of time, culture, and race to create a love story which could be real. Historically accurate, pertinent, and with painstakingly correct dialogue, this book places...

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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.