YIKES!! No one notice that I am days late in posting this ok? Stars (*) indicate recommended reads. Here are the stats for my September reading roundup: 1 – Not rated 1 – A- 1 – B+ 4 – B 2 – C+ 2 – C Drink Deep (Chicagoland Vampires, #5) by Chloe Neill – Not rated […]
An erotic story featuring a French male prostitute? You’re either going to make a scrunchy face and move on, or like me your eyebrows will pop up, you’ll lean in a little closer, and HIT THE DOWNLOAD BUTTON!!! The fact that this story was written by Cara McKenna didn’t exactly deter me from breaking my […]
I said it before in my review of Nightfall and I’ll say it again. The world in this series is awesome. It is gritty and intense, and the setting is so easy to picture. The descriptions don’t overwhelm the narrative, but the author paints an extremely clear picture of the world three years after it […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Sadly it seems almost everyone has been affected by cancer in some way including my own family. Let us all hope that one day soon we’ll find a cure. Ghosts, vampires, demons, and more! Entangled includes ten suspense-filled paranormal short stories from authors Cynthia Eden, Jennifer Estep, Edie Ramer, […]
“I thought you weren’t concerned with scandal?” “I wasn’t when it was someone else’s scandal! When it was”—she searched for the right word—“theoretical scandal! I have no problem with scandal when it is an amusing topic of conversation. But this is different.” She drained her glass and set it down. Inebriation had a huge amount […]
Happy October! We had a great week at Fiction Vixen. Here is a recap: Winner: Romancing The Countess by Ashley March - October 1, 2011 Catherine’s September 2011 Recommendations - October 1, 2011 Review: Butterfly Unpinned by Laura Bacchi and Bonnie Dee - October 1, 2011 New Covers: Historical Romance Edition - September 30, 2011 Random Friday: Kindles, J.R. […]
The winner of Romancing The Countess by Ashley March is: Danielle Gorman Congratulations! Email has been sent. Thanks to Ashley March for her wonderful guest post and for the great giveaway.
“Sometimes a transition requires struggle. Remember the butterfly?” How could he forget? As a child, he’d found a butterfly emerging from a cocoon. He’d tried to help it by prying open the husk to set the insect free. It had lain in the sun, beating its wings as they dried, but had never flown and […]