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Review: Highland Guard by Ha..

Review: Highland Guard by Hannah Howell

Historical Romance done right! I really enjoyed reading Highland Guard by Hannah Howell. We’re introduced to Annys who is married to a man unable to produce a child though he is in need of an heir. Her husband arranges for her to sleep with someone else to bare a child that he can claim as […]

Review: Anointed by Maggie M..

Review: Anointed by Maggie Mae Gallagher

  So I liked the idea and premise behind the book. Alana is a demon slayer which is pretty rad, and she is sent back to save human kind because the end of the world is quickly approaching. I’d say this book had top notch world building but struggled with character development. I had a […]

Blog Tour: The Immortal Who ..

Blog Tour: The Immortal Who Loved Me by Lynsay Sands

Lynsay Sands created likable characters, a unique story, and a near perfect ending. Sherry has a teenage immortal virtually dumped in her lap while at work and handles the shift in her world like a veteran. Sherry is a strong female lead that doesn’t get on your nerves and Basil is the dominant male we […]

Review: Night Sky

Review: Night Sky

Night Sky was a character driven story about a young girl named Skylar who figures out that what fate has planned for her, isn’t going to be easy. I enjoyed this one and I’m not a big YA person so I was pleasantly surprised. The world building in Night Sky was top notch. I could really […]

Review: Heart Fire by Robin ..

Review: Heart Fire by Robin D. Owen

  So let me start off by saying I absolutely love this cover and that it played a really big part in why I decided to pick this book up. That said, Robin’s Celta Heart mate series is absolutely new to me and I was intrigued by the synopsis enough to give it a try. […]

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 […]

Review: Dead Heat by Patrici..

Review: Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs

I have been eagerly waiting for the next Charles and Anna book and Dead Heat absolutely delivered. Charles decides to take Anna to meet a dear friend of his, Joseph, who he knows he will lose soon due to old age. What he doesn’t realize is that Joseph may leave this world sooner than anticipated […]

Review: Shield of Winter by ..

Review: Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh

Shield of Winter is paranormal romance at it’s finest! The psy-net is infected and causing the psy within the infected regions to go mad with murderous rage and intent, slaughtering one another without remorse. In addition to that, the net itself is collapsing in some regions, wiping out thousands. With time running out. Kaleb turns […]

Review & Interview: Tai..

Review & Interview: Tainted Blood by ML Brennan

  Once again ML Brennan shows us how truly unique her writing is by giving us an exciting Urban Fantasy unlike any other on the market. She breaks down traditional expectations and gives you something you never knew you wanted until you had it. Where Generation V started out with a large amount of humor, […]

Review: Heir of Fire by Sara..

Review: Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas

    I have a terrible habit of beginning a series towards the middle or the end and I did exactly that with this book but I am so glad I did. Heir of Fire is a captivating read that I devoured much quicker than anticipated because let me tell you, this is a big […]