• Review: The Invasion of Falgannon Isle book 1

    This was my first book by Deborah MacGillivray and what an entertaining read it was. Barbara Anne Montgomerie, B.A. to everyone who knows her, is the Lady of the Isle of Falgannon, which is off the land of Scotland. It's a title passed down to her as...

  • Review: Tasting Nightwalker Wine A book in the Hollywood After Dark series

    Tasting Night Walker Wine was a funny and heartwarming vampire meets author book. When Sebastian Moret, a powerful vampire, meets Stella Robertson at a book signing things go from freaky to passionate very quickly. Sebastian is a collector of Stella's...

  • Review: Containment

    On the assigned 62 day trip to Siberius transporting 10,000 criminals in containment chambers (caskets) Lieutenant Lai, Halli, and Hot Lips -the onboard computer, police the ship monitoring the prisoners, the ship and each other. However, a confined prisoner...

  • Review: Unveiling the Sorceress

    Saskia Walker pens a story of sorcery and romance complete with an intriguing plot. Unveiling The Sorceress is well written with the characters, mysterious godsend Amshazar and the proud ruling Elishiba highlighted. Ms Walkers' entertaining romance lets...

  • Review: Un-A-Were of You

    All Aiden Jacobs wants is a competent secretary. His father, bent on matchmaking in his blunt and tactless fashion, keeps providing him with stunningly beautiful secretaries in the hopes that Aiden would take one as a mate. The only trouble is that they...

  • Review: Kiss Of The Wolf

    Kara is the only one on her island after ghouls manage to kill her friends, distraught and guilty because she wasn't able to stop it from happening. she hardens her resolve to get rid of these unholy creatures, but she finds that there is something else...

  • Review: One Gentle Knight

    Wayne Jordan pens a wonderful touching love story between two lost souls, who are trying to find love, peace and happiness with a special someone. Shayne Knight is a sugar plantation owner in Barbados, where he raised his two twin siblings when their...

  • Review: Under the Rose An Ivy League Novel

    Under the Rose is the sequel to Diana Peterfreund's 2006 release Secret Society Girl. Having adored SSG, I was anxious to get started on Under the Rose. I was not disappointed. Under the Rose pulled me in from page one and I finished this book in less...

  • Review: Witch Fire

    Mira Hoskins is trying to recover from the betrayal of her husband and their subsequent divorce. She has found herself as a waitress trying to earn the money to return to school. All she wants in life is a little stability and normalcy. One day, while...

  • Review: Gawain Knights of the Round Table

    Gwen Rowley spins a wonderful fantasy around King Arthur and his knights. Gawain is the third book in the Knights of the Round Table series and can be read alone. I really enjoyed the first book in the series, Lancelot, and I've not read the second. Somehow...

  • Review: Born To Fly Prescott Pilots, #1

    Want a new series where the pilots are females and won't have any man telling them what to do? Then you got to read the first in the Prescott Pilots: Born to Fly by Becky Barker. Ms. Barker starts of the series with Sharla Prescott, just one of three...

  • Review: Enchanted Reunion

    Alison was not your typical high school student. She was overweight and had an addiction to books and chess. She definitely was not popular, but did manage to connect with a few friends. One friend in particular was Willy. Willy was a science geek with...

  • Review: Tempted Tigress

    China's Grand Canal transports everything from food to deadly opium and today it would be Anna Marie Thompson's path to freedom. Anna is an orphaned, stranded, Opium runner running from her adopted father whom, she has taken a large shipment from and...

  • Review: Up Close and Dangerous

    Linda Howard has penned an amazing story with Up Close and Dangerous. Widow, Bailey Wingate was left in control of her grown stepchildren's money, which causes lots of turmoil in her life. To get away from the hateful stepchildren, she plans a vacation...

  • Review: Bayou Summons

    The town of Harvest, Louisiana is seeped in magic and the Creole way of life. It's laid back, hot and just what Summer Peters is looking for. She has decided to stay at the Lilith Plantation House. It's a gorgeous inn with wrap around porches and has...

  • Review: Haunting Melody

    Melody Flynn is a costume designer. The problem is she has a loud, annoying ghost in her apartment who likes to leave music on her piano and water her plants at two a.m. Melody attempts to get help from a neighbor and ends up being transported back to...

  • Review: Shadow Vision

    Shadow Vision was written with layer upon layer of texture. It drew me in from page one and held me tight till the very end. Van and Friday were both characters that I grew to love and I was with them to the very end. They had a tough battle, but with...

  • Review: Blood Moon Book 1

    Jon Hyde White thought he had his future all wrapped up he was about to become the vicar of his own parish. He was in love with the woman of his dreams and they are soon to be married. What more could a man want. But what he couldn't have foreseen was...

  • Review: Devil May Cry Dark-Hunter Series

    Kat is the servant to two gods, the Greek goddess Artemis and the Atlantean Destroyer Apollymi. She is unbelievably strong and completely loyal to those she serves. Artemis asks for her help in killing Sin, before he kills her for an act that Artemis...

  • Review: Guarding the Coast

    The passionate, virile men of the United States Coast Guard are front and center in "Guarding the Coast" by Samantha Gail. The new e-book from eXtasy Books features a cast of handsome, studly Coasties and the female officer in charge of them all. Captain...

  • Review: Touch of Darkness Darkness Chosen Series, #2

    Touch of Darkness is the second book in Christina Dodd's new Darkness Chosen series. Tasya Hunnicutt a reporter skipped out on Rurik Wilder after a night of intense passion and Rurik wants to know why. Tasya has a huge secret and it's quite dangerous....

  • Review: How to Lose an Extraterrestrial in 10 Days Otherworldly Men, #3

    How to Lose an Extraterrestrial in 10 Days will leave you with warm fuzzies. The characters are "down to earth" and the type of people you would expect to meet on a suburban street. From page one you feel like you fit into their world even when things...

  • Review: Bungalow 2

    Tanya Harris is a part-time mother and writer but one does pay the bills her husband is a successful lawyer. But when she gets a call from her agent, Walt one day with an offer to write a screenplay by a famous Oscar-winning Hollywood producer her day...

  • Review: Johanna

    Johanna MacDonald had just wrapped up a weeks worth of negotiations with Haper Manufacturing and needed to get away. Her escape takes her to Friday Harbor, where on the ferry she encounters for the second time in one day a very handsome drifter named...

  • Review: Tempting the Prince

    Belle Flambeau is a scarred woman both figuratively and now unfortunately literally. Her world is forever changed when a man attacks her in her own home and slashes her face leaving her scarred for life. After her beauty if permanently blemished her rat...

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