Reaver by Larissa Ione

16 February 2014 Nicole 0

I’d been waiting and waiting, ever since I first started reading Larissa Ione’s Lords of Deliverance series, for Reaver’s story. Reaver did not disappoint. Ione just about outdid herself with Reaver’s story. For you LoD fans, if you haven’t yet picked it up, do not delay any longer. Reaver is an […]

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Covert Seduction by Callie Croix

18 April 2013 Nikki R 1

It’s a mystery how I came by Covert Seduction by Callie Criox.  Really.  Somehow, from somewhere or someone, it was on my Kindle.  That is where the evidence trail disappears.  Now that I’ve read it though, I don’t really care where it came from.  It’s a hot, erotic, romantic thriller, […]

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Escapists Uncensored – An eReader in Mourning

20 March 2013 Nikki R 11

“No more ebooks!  I need the feel of a real book with real pages in my hand” – I tweeted this on 3/8, and on 3/15 my Kindle died. For a brief moment, I thought she’d be OK.  It only took 5 restarts and 2 hours of charging, but dude […]

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Typical Day by Gary Wolf

12 February 2013 Natassia 0

The meaning of a normal day is questioned in Typical Day by Gary Wolf. A charming novel, Typical Day is  a book about gaming for anyone and everyone. Wolf infuses the concept of Gaming = life into every aspect of his novel and he takes it to new heights. Every […]

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Ember by Kristen Callihan

28 September 2012 Casey 4

An e-book only prequel to Firelight by Kristen Callihan, I wasn’t sure what to expect with Ember, either a meaningless background story or a novella that would convince me to read Firelight. It turns out, Ember was a mix of both – a background story that completely convinced me to […]

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The Asylum Interviews: Trixie by Jocelynn Drake

27 September 2012 Nicole 0

The Asylum Interviews: Trixie is the second prequel in Jocelynn Drake’s new series, The Asylum Tales.  As the title denotes, in this novella, we get to learn how Trixie and Gage (the hero of the series) meet.  A disclaimer here, I read Angel’s Ink, the first full length novel of the […]

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Gentlemen Prefer Nerds by Joan Kilby

23 July 2012 Casey 1

I am a self-proclaimed nerd and I absolutely love it when I can read about other nerds. Unfortunately, Joan Kilby and I seem to have different definitions of what a nerd is. Because of that, Gentlemen Prefer Nerds was very different from what I expected. As much as I wanted […]

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The Asylum Interviews: Bronx by Jocelynn Drake

2 July 2012 Nicole 0

I’ll say this upfront, this review is gonna be pretty darn short.  The Asylum Interviews: Bronx by Jocelynn Drake is a short story, not really long enough to be a novella in my opinion, and is a prequel to her upcoming book, Angel’s Ink. The first of two prequel stories to […]

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Thread of Death by Jennifer Estep

28 March 2012 Casey 0

Do NOT read this review, or even Thread of Death by Jennifer Estep, if you haven’t already read Spider’s Revenge. Seriously. It is major spoilery, and trust me, you don’t want it spoiled for you. So go on, go read Spider’s Revenge instead of reading this. You can thank me […]

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Stud by Cheryl Brooks

21 January 2012 Nikki R 1

I was told this was an interesting read and although Stud is the #8 book in the Cat Star Chronicles by Cheryl Brooks, I decided to give it a shot.  I wasn’t disappointed….exactly. Stud is eighth in the hugely popular Cat Star Chronicles, the sexy paranormal romance series featuring heroes […]