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Quick Book Review: Sex, Wolves and Rock ‘n Roll (Lyric Hounds #3) by Mina Carter

Sex, Wolves and Rock ‘n Roll by Mina Carter My rating: 4 of 5 stars I saw this story featured on a 1 Night Stand newsletter and couldn’t resist the rock star – werewolf – male/male triple threat. Sex, Wo...

Early Book Review: Wulfe Untamed (Feral Warriors #8) by Pamela Palmer

Wulfe Untamed by Pamela Palmer My rating: 4 of 5 stars *** This review is spoiler-free! Read on with confidence! *** With this 8th and final installment in the Feral Warriors series from Pamela Palmer, the epic battle between t...

Book Review: Return of the Assassin (All the King’s Men #4) by Donya Lynne

*** This review is SPOILER-FREE! Read on with confidence! *** The characters in this series are always standouts. Each one is unique and not at all cookie-cutter. While there are some, like Micah, who play a fairly prominent ro...

Early Book Review: Sneak peek at Archangel’s Legion (Guild Hunter #6) by Nalini Singh

Archangel’s Legion by Nalini Singh My rating: 5 of 5 stars *** THIS REVIEW IS SPOILER FREE! *** Guild Hunter novels are always so intense they cause me to lose sleep and stress out about a happy ending. This series, folks...

Early Book Review: Bad Cop (Immortalis #2) by Angela McCallister

Bad Cop completely surpassed my expectations. I had a hard time getting into the first quarter on the book (politics and posturing, which just doesn't keep me engaged in any kind of fiction), but once the pace picked up it was ...

Book Review: Bad Mouth (Immortalis #1) by Angela McCallister

Kade is adorably grumpy, although I'd never let him hear me say it. I sort of have a thing for foul language (and use it myself as part of everyday speech) so I found his random outbursts of "bad mouth" endearing and amusing. H...

Micro-Review: Hers to Cherish (Verdantia #3) by Patricia A. Knight

One of my favorite aspects of the story, aside from the smoldering sexual chemistry between Steffania and Ramsey, is that it's edgy. Bad things sometimes happen to the characters and it gives the story weight amidst all the sin...

Micro-Review: Bridge (A Shade series short story) by Jeri Smith-Ready

I picked this up as a quick filler read to get a feel for Ms. Smith-Ready's style and was completely sucked in by her artistry. Without giving too much away, seeing as how this is a short story and uncovering the story nuances ...

Micro-Review: Hers To Command (Verdantia #1) by Patricia A. Knight

The prologue is a bit of an information dump, giving the reader a condensed version of the planet's history and the reason for the Tetriatch. It's a little difficult to follow all the unfamiliar lingo and references but is valu...

Micro-Review: Mate by the Music (Shifters & Bikers #3, a The Edge short) by Rebecca Royce

This installment had a slightly different feel than the others did for me, and not at all in a bad way. Instead of a crowded bar where the two characters see each other and immediately seek a little privacy, we have an empty ba...