Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen 

17 August 2015 Sarah 0

I haven’t been reading much science fiction lately, so Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen was a welcome change of reading material. The first book in the Chaos Station series, Chaos Station, was so interesting that I’m still having trouble breaking down the reasons why I enjoyed it. The answer: it […]

Warrior’s Woman by Johanna Lindsey

3 February 2015 Nikki R 0

Back in my early bookworm days, I was OBSESSED with romance. It was literally all I read for years and years. Then someone handed me my first science fiction novel and introduced me to a new ‘world’. Ok so it’s not exactly SCIFI, but it was my first taste of […]


The Burning Dark by Adam Christopher

5 May 2014 Nikki R 0

It really bites when you just can’t get into a story and it has nothing to do with the book itself.  I just experienced this with The Burning Dark by Adam Christopher.  Since I had rare moments of free time to read, I never connected to the story-line or the […]


The Darwin Elevator by Jason Hough

19 August 2013 Natassia 1

The Dire Earth Cycle starts off with a bang in Jason Hough’s The Darwin Elevator. This thrilling jam-packed novel creates a world which is shockingly realistic. Hough delivers a sci fi novel which is both post apocalyptic and space dwelling with adventure at its core. In the mid-23rd century, Darwin, […]

The Best of All Possible Worlds by Karen Lord

17 March 2013 Natassia 1

A charming science fiction novel, The Best of All Possible Worlds by Karen Lord is a tale of truly alien customs. Lord writes a harmonious dance of foreign and familiar; with unique characters and a truly fascinating journey of government funded scientific research, Lord excels. A romance story unlike many, […]


Creative Fire by Brenda Cooper

2 March 2013 Courtney 0

I picked up The Creative Fire, Book One of Ruby’s Fire, by Brenda Cooper with high hopes. A social revolution on a spaceship? Right up my alley. Unfortunately, while the social revolution plot was interesting, there was not enough science fiction to really keep my attention. If you focus on […]

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Born of Shadows by Sherrilyn Kenyon

25 February 2013 Casey 0

I rarely read SciFi books as in there are only two authors who made me realize that aliens aren’t just slimy, gross, scary things that want to eat me. Sherrilyn Kenyon is one of them. Yep, against all odds, I am addicted to her League series. While I did enjoy […]

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Deep Sky by Patrick Lee

26 September 2012 Nikki R 0

What would you do if you had 24 hours to solve a mystery that’s bigger and more complex than you can imagine, with very little to go on and only a couple of people you can trust to help you, all while the government is hunting you down like a […]

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Naked in Death by J.D. Robb

14 July 2012 Trish 5

Every time I mentioned LE to my Mother-In-Law, she would start to talk about Nora Roberts’ (aka J.D. Robb) “In Death” series. Then I got jury duty and needed to take a paperback since they wouldn’t allow e-readers at the courthouse, so I borrowed the first of the series, Naked in […]


Captivated by Lauren Dane

18 June 2012 Jackie 0

First, I have to say that I love Lauren Dane. She is one of my favorites and I know whenever I’m in the mood for a good romance or menage, she can deliver. However, there’s just something about Captivated, the latest novel in her Phantom Corps series, that I just […]