Review: Grave Phantoms by Jenn Bennett

Grave Phantoms (Roaring Twenties #3) by Jenn Bennett

The Roaring Twenties is a series I like to recommend when a reader is looking for something different. Set in the 1920’s, it’s a mix of historical and paranormal romance and you just never know exactly what you’re going to get when you start reading. But it’s fun, and sexy and the characters are wonderfully […]

Review: Midnight’s Kiss by Thea Harrison

Midnight's Kiss (Elder Races #8) by Thea Harrison

I wasn’t a huge fan of the last release in the Elder Races series, Night’s Honor, but after finding out the next book in the series would feature Julian, the Nightkind King and his ex-lover and heir to the Light Fae throne, Melisande, I was pretty excited. I really do adore a second chance romance […]

What-To-Read Wednesday: The Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston

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Welcome to What-To-Read Wednesday. Each week our Fiction Vixen reviewers will tell you about a book they think you need to read ASAP. This week Angela recommends: The Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston I adore reading Shelly Laurenston simply because she makes me laugh. I don’t think I’ve ever picked up one of her books and […]

Review: Mate Bond by Jennifer Ashley

Mate Bond (Shifters Unbound #7) by Jennifer Ashley

The seventh book in the Shifters Unbound series, Mate Bond, introduces an all new shiftertown and another cast of characters that I think readers will be enchanted with. The main protagonists of this story are Bowman and Kenzie, an established couple who are currently the alpha leadership of the North Carolina Shiftertown. They have been […]

Review: The Dangers of Dating A Rebound Vampire by Molly Harper

The Dangers of Dating A Rebond Vampire by Molly Harper Half Moon Hollow series #3

The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire is book three in the Half Moon Hollow series.  The Half Moon Hollow series is a spin off of Molly Harper’s Jane Jameson series.  With this book I have done exactly what I hate to do and that is step into the middle of series without reading the other books.  […]