Genre: Science Fiction

Silver Silence by Nalini Sin..

Silver Silence by Nalini Singh

  The psy-changeling books are quickly becoming automatic 5 star reads and Silver Silence was no exception. Silver is absolute perfection and Valentin’s refusal to let her be silent makes you root and cheer for him with each passing page. There was adventure and moments of envy coupled with frustration. Silver Silence truly captivated my heart […]

Review: Wake A Sleeping Tige..

Review: Wake A Sleeping Tiger

  My Review I seriously will never get sick of the Breeds! Cullen and Chelsea’s chemistry is hot as hell, the action keeps you on the edge of your seat, and the ending leaves you wanting so much more in a sinfully delicious way. After 30 books in the series you begin to wonder when […]

Review: Allegiance of Honor ..

Review: Allegiance of Honor by Nalini Singh

My Review Allegiance of Honor is yet another amazing read in Nalini’s Psy-Changeling series but it isn’t what you would expect and that’s a good thing. Allegiance of Honor has action, adventure, subterfuge, and of course a little steam, but what it doesn’t have that we’ve come to expect from books in the psy-changeling series, […]

Review: The Skull Throne

Review: The Skull Throne

I honestly don’t know what I was thinking when I one-clicked this one aside from the fact that the cover and synopsis pulled me in but WOW it is over 700 pages long and unfortunately it felt 700 pages long. I usually cap my reads around 400 unless I’m familiar with the author and already […]

Review: Dragon Rising

Review: Dragon Rising

As a prequel to the series I think Dragon Rising does a good job setting the foundation for what appears to be a promising series filled with magic and excitement. I will say that I think Dragon Rising could have been a full length novel. When I got to the end I wasn’t ready and […]

Review: The Never Hero

Review: The Never Hero

An excitingly unique story that blends fantasy and science fiction with the perfect amount of action and adventure. This one was a page turner though be warned, it is on the longer side and reading the prologue is a must. You’ll be confused without it. The author has a way of keeping you guessing so […]

Review: Shards of Hope by Na..

Review: Shards of Hope by Nalini Singh

Another amazing installment in the Psy-Changling series, Nalini has done it again! Let me start off by saying that I absolutely love Aden’s character. I didn’t think I’d like anyone more than Vasic but Aden is definitely a contender. I think Shards of Hope is likely the longest book in the series but you really […]

Review: Heavens Queen By Rac..

Review: Heavens Queen By Rachel Bach

  I don’t know why I ever doubted that Rachel Bach could top Honors Knight. I really should know better and if there were such a thing as a six star rating, Heavens Queen would certainly have earned it. Devi Morrison is as amazing as ever and now that most of the secrets have been […]

Review: Honors Knight by Rac..

Review: Honors Knight by Rachel Bach

  Holy Freaking Awesomeness! Rachel Bach has done it again and Honors Knight did more than deliver. After the loss of her partner, and the loss of her memory, Devi has more questions than she has answers to. It doesn’t help that she thinks she’s losing her marbles or that the mysterious cook brings on […]

Review & Giveaway: Dead..

Review & Giveaway: Deadeye by William C Dietz

Deadeye was a unique take on mutants in an urban setting that provided a fast paced plot and a like-able main character. Cassandra Lee is admirable in her motivations, driven, and often reckless but she grabs your attention and almost forces you to like her and take notice. I’m not sure how this one falls into the […]