Review: Archangel’s Shadow by Nalini Singh

Archangel's Shadow by Nalini Singh Guild Hunter series #7

Nalini Singh is a NYT Bestselling author with three wildly popular series.    is the story of Janvier and Ashwini.  They have been a couple, yet not a couple, for many books starting with Angel’s Pawn.  It is book seven in the Guild Hunter series. Jen:  Time for my confession of the day.  Though Ms. Singh’s […]

Review: Prisoner by Annika Martin and Skye Warren

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So I’m glancing through a list of books for review and I see Skye Warren and Annika Martin’s (otherwise known as Carolyn Crane) names right above this blurb: He seethes with raw power the first time I see him—pure menace and rippling muscles in shackles. He’s dangerous. He’s wild. He’s the most beautiful thing I’ve […]

Review: Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews

Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews Hidden Legacy series #1

In 1863, in a world much like our own, European scientists discovered Osiris serum, a concoction which brought out one’s magic talents. These talents were many and varied. Some people gained ability to command animals, some learned to sense water from miles away, and others suddenly realized they could kill their enemies by generating a […]

Review: A Bollywood Affair by Sonali Dev

A Bollywood Affair by Sonali Dev

Bollywood is the Hindi language film industry, based in Mumbai India. The term is often incorrectly used to refer to the whole of Indian cinema; however, it is only a part of the large Indian film industry, which includes other production centres producing films in multiple languages. While I have heard the term Bollywood, I […]

Review: Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh

Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh The Survivors Club series #4

I have an iffy relationship with historical romance.  It has to have the perfect amount of angst and believability.  If not, it won’t hold my attention for longer than a couple of chapters.  If it does hold my attention, there is something cracky that makes me love the forbidden quality of romances played out so many […]

Review: Made For You by Lauren Layne

Made For You by Lauren Layne The Best Mistake series #2

Something squeezed in Brynn’s chest.  “I just…I thought I’d be engaged by now.” There. She’d said it. And she knew how it sounded.  She’d practically delivered a death blow to feminism.  Modern women didn’t need a husband.  Brynn didn’t need a husband. Except….it was on her plan.  And what was the point of having a plan […]

Review: Gray Bishop by Kelly Meade

Gray Bishop by Kelly Meade

Gray Bishop is the second book in the Cornerstone Run Trilogy, and while I had some problems with the romance in Black Rook, the world-building and premise of this series had me looking forward to the next two releases. Bishop and Jillian, our main characters, feature prominently in the first book and I was very much […]

Review: Darling Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt

Darling Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt

My first love when I first started reading romance many, many years ago was historials and while I don’t read as many as I used to I do have certain go-to authors whose upcoming releases I still anxiously await.  Elizabeth Hoyt is one of those authors. Her Maiden Lane series is a favorite of mine. […]

Review: One in a Million by Jill Shalvis

One in a Million by Jill Shalvis Lucky Harbor series #12

This is it.  The end.  The final full length book in the Lucky Harbor series.  I know Ms. Shalvis is revisiting some couples however this was said to be the last trilogy she will do.  How do I feel?  Sad and hopeful.  Sad that the series is ending.  I could always count on these books […]

Review: Immortal by J.R. Ward

Immortal (Fallen Angels #6) by J.R. Ward

Immortal is the 6th and final book in J.R. Ward’s Fallen Angels series. And I took one for Team Fiction Vixen and bought it to read  just to see how Ward went about wrapping this series up. I was dismayed after the last book as it just didn’t do it for me, but decided I […]