Review: Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin and Milla Vane

Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin , Milla Vane Kate Daniels #7.5, SPI Files 0.5 , Psy-Changeling

Four masters of urban fantasy and paranormal romance plunge readers into the dangerous, captivating world unearthed beyond the dark… Nalini Singh – Secrets at Midnight Bastien is Mercy’s younger brother and someone fans have been clamoring for a story for.  He is dominant, very sexy and needs his mate!  He keeps catching an elusive scent that […]

Review: Beyond Possession by Kit Rocha

Beyond Possession (Beyond #5.5) by Kit Rocha

I hope everyone’s ready for a little O’Kane time. You are. You know you are. Have I mentioned that I love these novellas that Kit Rocha has been releasing lately in between the full length novels? No? Well, I do. I love these quick, easy reads that take me back into Sector Four and remind […]

Audio Review: Snow Falling on Bluegrass by Molly Harper

Snow Falling on Bluegrass by Molly Harper Bluegrass series #3

Snow Falling on Bluegrass is book three in Molly Harper’s Bluegrass series.  I am fairly new to Ms. Harper however the couple of books I have read by her have all been very funny and engaging.  I never doubt she make me laugh when I go to pick up one of her books.  This time […]

Review: Intrusion by Charlotte Stein

Intrusion by Charlotte Stein Under the Skin series #1

I believed I would never be able to trust any man again. That kindness was only for fools and would lead me down that same terrible path into darkness. I thought so with every fiber of my being-and then I met Noah Gideon Grant. The day Beth knocks on her neighbor’s door is the day […]

Review: Blamed by Edie Harris

Blamed (Blood Money #1) by Edie Harris

Romantic suspense is tricky for me. I have a few authors I trust,  but it isn’t my favorite genre. I tend to give an exasperated side eye all those ‘in the midst of danger’ sex scenes that always seem to pop up out of no where.  But then Edie Harris’ new release came up for review […]

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: 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: 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 […]