Review: Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop

Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop The Others#2

******Review will contain minor spoilers for Anne Bishop’s Black Jewels trilogy***** Last year I took my first foray into Anne Bishop and absolutely fell in love with Written in Red.  Written in Red told the story of the Others, the humans and the cassandra sangue.  It gave us a world where the Others rule with […]

Joint Review: The Spider by Jennifer Estep

The Spider

The review assumes you are up to date with the series. If not, look away…maybe   Sophia: When I heard The Spider would be a step back, a story set 10 years from the start of the Elemental Assassin series I was excited. We know who Gin is today, so getting a look back to […]

Review: Up From the Grave by Jeaniene Frost

Up From the Grave Jeaniene Frost Night Huntress #7, Night Huntress - Complete World #11

“Yeah, well, Bones and I had a couple months of relative quiet.  Guess it’s time to liven things up again.” When Up From the Grave arrived in my mailbox my first act was the fangirl squeal and my second act was to gently place it on my counter where I would walk by it day […]

Review: Dirty Deeds by SE Jakes

Dirty Deeds by SE Jakes

There are so many reasons why this I shouldn’t have liked this book as much as I did. First, it’s short. Very short, only about 94 ebook pages. I’m not usually a huge fan of novella sized books simply because it’s hard to give a complete story in so small amount of page time. Secondly, […]

Review: The Chocolate Temptation by Laura Florand

The Chocolate Temptation Laura Florand Amour et Chocolat #6

I’ve made no secret about how much I adore Laura Florand’s books.  There is something about her writing that works for me.  I feel like everyone should be giving her books a try and then I challenge them to not fall in love.  In my 2014 Most Anticipated books, I listed anything from Ms. Florand but hopefully Patrick.  […]

Review: Broken Blade by J.C. Daniels

Broken Blade (Colbana Files #3) by J.C. Daniels

To say that I have been anticipating the third book in the Colbana Files would be a huge understatement. The ending of the second book, Night Blade, left me gasping for air, clutching my Kindle, desperate to find out how Kit recovers from her captivity and torture and how she will continue in her relationship with Damon. I’ve gone […]

Review: Shadowdance by Kristen Callihan

Shadowdance Kristen Callihan, Darkest London series

Shadowdance is book four in Kristen Callihan’s Darkest London series.  From the first book in this series I was captured by the tone, setting and feel of  the writing.  Book three, Moonglow, was Poppy and Winston’s story but for most people, Jack Talent and Mary Chase stole the show and left readers begging to know what their future would hold.  Jack […]

Review: Unrestrained by Joey W. Hill

Unrestrained Joey W. Hill

“Anything for you.  I will give you anything.  I will fly for you.” Southern, Steel Magnolia, Athena Summers is a giver.  An astute businesswoman and faithful wife, she is the type of woman who puts everyone first and herself last.  Athena and her late husband Roy where regular players at the BDSM club, Club Release. […]

Review: No Good Duke Goes Unpunished by Sarah MacLean

No Good Duke Goes Unpunished by Sarah MacLean

He opened the door wide and turned back to face her, this woman who had changed his life. Who had ruined his life. William started out life with everything, the world at his feet, titled and handsome, until  he wakes up one morning in his soon to be stepmother’s bed covered in blood. Now he’s Temple, one of […]