Review: Evernight by Kristen Callihan

Evernight by Kristen Callihan Darkest London series #5

Oh, but she was mad, mad, mad.  She stifled a cackle.  Holly Evernight, The Mad Scientist.  To think her cousin Sin used to call her Doctor Frankenstein to get a rise out of her. MINOR SPOILERS FOR SHADOWDANCE, THE PREVIOUS BOOK, AHEAD. In Shadowdance Holly Evernight is kidnapped by Amaros and forced to put a clockwork heart into Will […]

Review: The Hot Zone by Jayne Castle

The Hot Zone by Jayne Castle Rainshadow #3, Harmony #11

“This is Rainshadow,” Slade said.  “No one ends up here without a really good story.  In my experience, most of those stories turn out to be true.” Rainshadow Island is a place for people who just don’t quite fit in anywhere else.  It is a collection of the misfits and rejects of society.  It is the place […]

Review: Night’s Honor by Thea Harrison

September 2nd 2014 by Berkley

Let me preface this review by saying I LOVE this series. Seriously, I have hard-core love for pretty much every book that’s been released in the Elder Races series, including the novellas and short stories. So it pains me to say this, but this one was so blah for me that I’m wondering what happened. […]

Review: Taste of Darkness by Katie Reus

Darkness #2

I discovered this series after seeing the first book, Darkness Awakened, featured on Dear Author’s Daily Deals. I picked that one up when I realized it was a second chance love storyline. We all know how much I love that trope. It’s like my crack. I enjoyed it so much that when I saw the second book […]

Review: Dark Skye by Kresley Cole + Giveaway

Dark Skye (Immortals After Dark #14) by Kresley Cole

Dark Skye is the 14th book in the Immortals After Dark series by Kresley Cole, which happens to be one of my absolute favorite go-to series when I want something sexy, emotional and full of angsty, action-packed goodness. This author isn’t afraid of alpha males, kick ass heroines or the long, drawn out story arc. If you are reading this review […]

Review: Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Black Rook is the first book in the new Cornerstone trilogy by Kelly Meade (aka Kelly Meding). This new series centers around a Loup Garou run and the three sons of the Alpha. The McQueen brothers are all vastly different and each story will focus on one brother and give them their own HEA, but will have a story arc […]

Review: Crave the Night by Lara Adrian

Crave the Night by Lara Adrian

As a huge fan of this series I was very excited to hear that it would continue on with the children of the original breeds. The last book, Edge of Dawn, brought this world 20 years into the future and evolved from its original PNR roots, into more of a cross between paranormal and urban fantasy romance. This […]

Review: Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper

Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper

Molly Harper has a couple of well-known series and while I have noticed them so many times, it wasn’t until recently that I tried her writing.  I listened to How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf and knew I needed to try more of Ms. Harper’s offerings.  When I saw she had a new book […]

Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett

Grim Shadows (Roaring Twenties #2) by Jenn Bennett

After reading the first book in Jenn Bennett’s Roaring Twenties series, Bitter Spirits, my first thought was “why didn’t I pick this up sooner?” Such a great romance. Apparently when you mix bootleggers and speakeasies, ghosts and zombies, one sexy, freckled heroine and a big, scarred hero what you get is complete awesomeness. Set in […]

Joint Review: Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh

Shield of Winter Nalini Singh

The twilight of 2081 will be forever remembered as the time when Silence fell in a crash of violence brutally leashed by the furious abilities of the most powerful Psy in the Net. With the fall comes a hush across the world, as the Psy race seeks to understand who they are in this new […]