Review: King of Dublin by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau

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This was a hard book to get through. I think it took me about five days of picking it up, putting it back down and taking regular breathers for me to finally finish it. The subject matter is what was difficult. I read the blurb and have read these authors before, so I had an idea […]

Review: Clockwork Tangerine by Rhys Ford

Clockwork Tangerine by Rhys Ford

When Marcus Stenhill, Viscount of Westwood, comes across a man being beaten by a group of young, bored aristocrats in a back alley of St. Fransisco he immediately steps in and comes to the rescue. It’s not until he’s left holding the badly concussed man that he realizes the victim is none other than Robin Harris, the Toymaker, […]

Review: Reaper’s Touch by Eleri Stone

Reaper's Touch Eleri Stone

When I started this review I kept trying to figure out how to categorize this romance. According to Carina Press’s website its dystopian, post-apocalyptic and paranormal. But when I started reading it also had a steampunk and old timey western feel to it. In all honesty it’s a mesh of all these genres. Which works for me since I’m always […]

Review: Wicked After Midnight by Delilah S. Dawson

Wicked After Midnight (Blud #3) by Delilah S. Dawson

Wicked After Midnight  just proves that you never quite know what you’re going to get when you open another installment in the Blud series and journey back into the world of Sang. So far we’ve been introduced to Criminy Stain’s caravan and met his carnivalleos, traveled long distances on land and aboard airships to get a […]

Review: Broken Dove by Kristen Ashley

Broken Dove Kristen Ashley

Out of all Kirsten Ashley series I think this is one of my favorites. I love that this is pure fantasy and reminds me of the fairy tales I used to read as a young girl. I love that the heroines are transported to another world where they meet strong, handsome men and fall in love. […]

Review: The Damsel and the Daggerman by Delilah S. Dawson

The Damsel and the Daggerman (Blud #2.5) by Delilah S. Dawson

Every single time I pick up another book in Delilah S. Dawson’s Blud series I fall in love with this whimsical, magical world all over again. With this novella we are reacquainted with Criminy Stain and his caravan and introduced to Jacinda, a journalist who has just gained permission from the ringmaster to stay with them and […]

Review: The Queen’s Consorts by Kele Moon + Giveaway

The Queen's Consorts by Kele Moon

“Their souls are bound to hers. They were supposed to be with her always.” Set on the planet of Auroria, Sari is on the run from a life of slavery with the Order of the Seven Swords. Venturing near the Sacred City, Sari meets up with a young girl, Aria, who is homeless in the […]

Review: Vengeance Born by Kylie Griffin

Vengeance Born

I can’t say that I read much Fantasy romance, but I was intrigued when I read the description of this book. It made it seem like the book would be full of uncertain politics and tense relations between two factions. The politics and twists and turns were one of the things I loved about the […]

Review: Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel

Dearly, Departed

This book was a first in many ways for me. It was my first book in the steampunk genre, which seems to have become all the rage. It was my first zombie and my first modern horror novel. And it was the first YA book I’ve read since being a YA myself. I hadn’t been […]