If You Like R.L. Mathewson, Then You Should Read…


The girls at Fiction Vixen have been glomming up some R.L. Mathewson books lately. This self-pub’d author writes fun, sexy romances that will make you laugh out loud. I’ve read one, and started on another. Angela is currently working her way though the back-list. Since I posted about the price of R.L. Mathewson’s book increasing […]

Review: Grave Memory by Kalayna Price

Grave Memory

I was really nervous to read this book. I really enjoyed the first book and immediately dove into the second book. Unfortunately, that one didn’t work quite as well for me. I felt like Alex’s personality had changed and I was not happy with how passive a role I felt she played in her own […]

Dystopian Deals and Recommendations

Quantum Apocalypse (2010)

dys·to·pi·a [dis-toh-pee-uh] noun a society characterized by human misery, as squalor, oppression, disease, and overcrowding. After reading that, I’m inclined to say eww, no. But I read a review of Skylark by Meagan Spooner over at Kimba The Caffeinated Reviewer today and it made me think about how I’m drawn to dystopian settings, usually in […]

Guest Review: The Witch Is Back by H.P. Mallory

The Witch is Back HP Mallory

  Fiction Vixen is pleased to welcome Michael Jones today to review The Witch Is Back by H.P. Mallory   I must start out this review with a confession. My name is Michael and I am a first time vixen. There. It’s out in the open and we can now focus on taking a look […]

Review: Heated Match by Lynne Silver

Heated Match Lynne Silver

I have never been a big fan of books that have reporters in them.  Most of the time it feels like “the people need to know” theme is just crammed down the reader’s throat and any relationship is overshadowed by the annoying persistence of the journalists.  However, Heated Match by Lynne Silver also has a […]

Review: Master of Darkness by Angela Knight

Master of Darkness Angela Knight

Master of Darkness is the last book in the Mageverse series by Angela Knight, a fact I didn’t realize until I went looking for a blurb. Having read all the rest of the books in the series I was a little surprised when I opened the cover of the book, started to read and discovered […]

Review: The Virgin’s Revenge by Dee Tenorio

The Virgin's Revenge

The Virgin’s Revenge by Dee Tenorio was a little story. There were a lot of farcical situations mixed in with a revenge plot (of sorts) that seemed to get more and more complicated with every turn of the page. The characters’ antics gave this book a very funny, feel good vibe that I enjoyed. Poor […]

BDSM Freebies + Share Your Recommendations


It seems BDSM is all the rage in romance lately. I’ve read a few romances that are on the light side of BDSM but haven’t gone much further than that. I did a quick search at Amazon in the romance section (keyword: BDSM) but honestly I have no idea what I’m really looking for. I […]

Review: When you Wish Upon a Duke by Isabella Bradford

When You Wish Upon A Duke Isabella Bradford

The Duke of Marchbourne and Charlotte have been betrothed since he was a boy.  Their father’s were friends and out of consideration for the Duke’s scandalous family a match was made.  It helped that Charlotte’s father, a mere Earl, was promising his daughter to be a future duchess.  Even though they have never met, March has always been […]