Review + Giveaway: Angels’ Flight by Nalini Singh

Angels' Flight

It was nice getting to see a glimpse of the Guild Hunter world from the sidelines. There were enough details about Raphael and Elena to perk my interest in reading their stories again, but I also got a deeper look at a few characters I have wondered about for a while. Namely, Jessamy/Galen and Ashwini/Janvier. […]

Review: Fair Game by Patricia Briggs + Giveaway

Fair Game

Well, it has been quite a while since we got a new release in this series, hasn’t it? It feels like I have been counting down to the release of Fair Game forever. I reread the last book, Hunting Ground, to get back into the swing of things, and it was just as awesome as […]

Review: Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs

Hunting Ground

“You are a remarkable man, Charles Cornick.” He wrapped his arms around her shoulders and put his chin on top of her head. “I know,” he confided lightly. “And often underappreciated by those who don’t know any better.” The long anticipated release of Fair Game is fast approaching, so it’s time for me to brush […]

Weekly Roundup: Feb. 19 – Feb. 25, 2012

Here’s a wrap-up of what we did at Fiction Vixen last week: Weekend Spotlight: Exclusive Excerpt From Deep Dark Secret by Sierra Dean Random Friday: Smokin’ Hot Cowboys, Last Call, Embrace The Rainbow and More! Review: The Duchess Diaries by Jillian Hunter Review: The Fire King by Marjorie M. Liu Review: A Sliver of Shadow […]


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Weekend Spotlight: Exclusive Excerpt From Deep Dark Secret by Sierra Dean

Deep Dark Secret - Sierra Dean

Secret McQueen has hunted vampires, werewolves, and every conceivable supernatural menace-to-society. Seen it all? Not even close. When the queen of the were-ocelots comes to her for help finding a missing girl, the half-vampire/half-werewolf soon realizes how much she has to learn about the things that go bump in the night. The case of the […]

Review: The Duchess Diaries by Jillian Hunter

The Duchess Diaries

Over my years of reading Historical Romance I have discovered that there are two kind of light books in the genre: The lighter, make me smile/feel good ones (like Loretta Chase), and the ones that are so light that they’re lacking in substance. I adore the first kind but I hate the second kind—unless I’m […]

Review: The Fire King by Marjorie M. Liu

The Fire King

Throughout the series there has been a creeping foreboding about Dirk & Steele. In the beginning they seemed like 100% pure, upstanding good guys, but as each book adds to the series, we, along with some of the characters, start to question the people behind the organization. Another layer is added to that here. After […]

Review: A Sliver of Shadow by Allison Pang

I read this book and found myself rather stunned by my reaction to it. I didn’t like it. The end had some good action scenes and interesting developments, which brought my enjoyment up, but I still wasn’t very pleased. How did this happen? I loved the first book. At first I thought my lack of […]