Review: Sinful by Charlotte Featherstone

Sinful - Charlotte Featherstone

Edited to add: Spoilers in the comments. You have been warned.  Let me start by saying I picked up Sinful by Charlotte Featherstone because I had heard such high praise about it.  I know so many friends that loved the depth of this book., so many friends that raved about the depth of emotion it brought out.  […]

Jen Discusses Books-To-Movies

Books To Movies

I took my kids to see The Lorax this weekend and as I was sitting there I started to think about books that have been made into movies. The more I thought about it, the more books I came up with. Over the past decade there are been a lot of our beloved books made […]

Review: A Rogue By Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean

A Rogue By Any Other Name - Sarah MacLean

I have several go-to historical romance authors.  Lisa Kleypas, Anna Campbell, Anne Mallory,  and Jennifer Ashley are just a few that I will read without question.  Since 2011 Sarah MacLean has made a pretty good push to be added to this list.  A Rogue By Any Other Name is the first book in her new […]

First Day Of Spring Giveaway!

Spring Bunnies

It’s a beautiful day today where I live.  It’s beautiful here all the time but today is especially nice. I have a lot to get done today that does not involve blogging but I wanted to check in and wish you all a very happy first day of spring. Because I lurve you and appreciate […]

Review: Natural Evil by Thea Harrison

Natural Evil - Thea Harrion

Natural Evil by Thea Harrison is a novella in the Elder Races series.  There is no connection to previous Elder Races books other than Luis is a Wyr. Claudia is on a permanent vacation.  After retiring from the Special Forces several years ago she has taken to wandering the country on her own.  For some […]

Guest Post & Giveaway: Dev Bentham

Moving In Rhythm - Dev Brentham

The Carina Press m/m week blog tour kicks off today. We’re pleased to welcome author Dev Bentham today.   Guys and Dogs I’m not the only one who finds a man who loves his dog irresistible. A quick Google search turned up a tumblr or two of cute guys and their even cuter dogs. On […]

Review: Moving In Rhythm by Dev Bentham

Moving In Rhythm - Dev Brentham

Mark Apolostolos is gay in and the closet. His father was extremely homophobic and so he’s never come out to his family, assuming they’d never accept his sexuality. He’s extremely shy, particularly around attractive men, to the point where it has crippled his social life. He has a career as a math teacher, however he […]

Weekly Roundup And Other Stuff

Here’s what happened at Fiction Vixen last week: Weekend Spotlight: Excerpt and Giveaway – By A Thread by Jennifer Estep Random Friday Review: Dire Needs by Stephanie Tyler New Covers Check’em Out! Eagerly Anticipating: Is It April Yet? Review: Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors by Molly Harper Review: Frost Bitten by Eliza Gayle Time […]

Un-Stuff My Bookshelf Winners

FV Winner

The winners of the Un-Stuff My Bookshelf Winners are: Set 1: Elisa Set 2: Jennifer F. Set 3: erinf1 Set 4: Amber Robichaux Set 5: Brianna L. Congratulations, emails are on the way!

Weekend Spotlight: Excerpt and Giveaway – By A Thread by Jennifer Estep

By a Thread - Jennifer Estep

Warning: Spoiler unless you’ve read the blurb.   Blurb When killing people is your job, there’s no such thing as a vacation. Then again, how often does an assassin live long enough to enjoy her retirement? In this line of work, you either get lucky or you get dead. And since I destroyed my nemesis Mab […]