Review: Something About Witches by Joey W. Hill

Something About Witches - Joey Hill

“Sometimes magic comes through; sometimes it doesn’t.  But superior firepower never lets you down.” Ruby Knight Divine, a beautiful yet bitter witch, knows all about magic and the consequences it can bring when challenged.  Having suffered a devastating tragedy three years ago that left a dark, permanent mark in her heart, Ruby knows a portion […]

Review: Sweet Enemy by Heather Snow

Sweet Enemy

Liliana Claremont is an unusual woman for her day and age.  Her mother died when she was young so she was raised by her father.  Her father taught her to follow scholarly pursuits instead of the normal things most women would do.  So instead of wanting to be married and have children she is a chemist and […]

Eagerly Anticipating: Is It March Yet?

Assassins in Love

  Once again we’ve come to a month where I have a ton of books that I’m looking forward to.  I love months like that!  It’s already almost March and although I haven’t made quite as much progress as I was hoping on my New Year’s resolution to work my way through my own-but-haven’t-read books, […]

Review – A Private Gentleman by Heidi Cullinan

A Private Gentleman - Heidi Cullinan

This is just how I like my M/M books – a strong love story where mindless sex isn’t the focus of the book or thrown in every few pages. Don’t get me wrong – I do love some mindless sex from time to time – but I’ll take a book full of  characters with depth, […]

Review: Merrick’s Destiny by Moira Rogers

Merrick's Destiny

Merrick’s Destiny is a novella that takes place between Wilder’s Mate and Hunter’s Prey in Moira Rogers’s Bloodhound series.  You can read this as a stand alone story, but be sure to read the blurb for a better understanding of the world. Merrick is a Bloodhound, created by the Guild to hunt down and kill vampires that have taken […]

Review: I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

I've Got Your Number - Sophie Kinsella

THINGS TO DO BEFORE WEDDING 1.  Become expert on Greek philosophy. 2.  Memorize Robert Burns poems. 3.  Learn long Scrabble words. 4.  Remember:  am HYPOCHONDRIAC. 5.  Beef stroganoff:  Get to like. (Hypnosis?) Sophie Kinsella is well known for her Shopaholic series and overall chick lit style.  Chick lit usually isn’t my thing because you miss […]

Valentine’s Day Giveaway: Dating The Undead by Gena Showalter and Jill Monroe

Gena Showalter

Ever catch yourself speed reading the latest copy of Cosmo in the grocery story checkout line? Ever wonder what the “undead” version of Cosmo would be like? *waggles eyebrows* Well, Gena Showalter and Jill Monroe have teamed up to bring you a slick paranormal guide to loving the immortal man – Cosmo style. If you’re […]

Valentine’s Day Tips From Paranormal Dating Expert, Cassi Carver + Giveaway

Cassi Carver

Hi, I’m Cassi Carver, paranormal dating expert and author of Slayer’s Kiss. I’m so excited to be visiting Fiction Vixen the day before Valentine’s Day! I’ve read a lot of paranormal romance and urban fantasy over the years, so I’m highly qualified to give you some tips on what to look for in a Valentine’s […]

Review: Slayer’s Kiss by Cassi Carver

Slayer's Kiss - Cassi Carver

Kara Reed is a supernatural failure. But where her magic falls short, her fists get the job done. The criminal element doesn’t stand a chance once she hits San Diego’s dark streets. When two smoking-hot tenants move in next door, she thinks her love life might finally be heating up. Just being near Gavin and […]

Weekly Roundup: Feb. 5 – Feb. 11 2012

  We had a busy week at Fiction Vixen. Here is what happened in case you missed something. Weekend Spotlight: Xavier’s Loving Arms by K.T. Grant Random Friday: Name a Roach, Bookity, Trailers, and V-day Love Review: Always in My Heart by Catherine Anderson Guest Post + Giveaway: Ruthie Knox – Coming Out of the […]