Dualed by Elsie Chapman

31 December 2013 Casey 0

I read Dualed by Elsie Chapman in a day. Typically, when I read a book that fast, it’s because I’m head-over-heels in love with it. That wasn’t the case with Dualed. I loved the premise, and it was just as exciting as I had hoped for in the beginning. Yet, as the story […]

Fever by Maya Banks

31 December 2013 Casey 0

I have a love/hate relationship with books by Maya Banks. I usually roll my eyes at how over-dramatic the characters are and the sappy-ness of the story. And yet, I can’t stop reading her books, rushing out and devouring each of her new releases. It’s an addiction I won’t be quitting […]

Guest Author: Natalie J. Damschroder

31 December 2013 Jackie 3

I am excited to welcome author Natalie J. Damschroder, who is celebrating the release of her third Goddess Rising novel, Sunroper. Marley Canton is done being a victim. A year and a half has passed since she discovered her ability to nullify power in those who aren’t supposed to have […]

Dying is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann

30 December 2013 Natassia 0

Urban Fantasy goes for a spin in Nicholas Kaufmann’s Dying is My Business. Without pomp or circumstance, Kaufmann takes us to a criminal underworld where magic is in every step. Set against the backdrop of New York City, Kaufmann melds the real with the fantasy in his amusing adventure. Given […]

Flirting Under A Full Moon by Ashlyn Chase

30 December 2013 Casey 0

I’m sure everyone has read a book that they hated. But have you ever wanted to give that author a second chance? After reading The Werewolf Upstairs, I probably shouldn’t have given Ashlyn Chase a second chance. I don’t know why I did. Something about the cover called to me, I […]

Under a Graveyard Sky by John Ringo

29 December 2013 Natassia 0

With an intellectual spin, John Ringo brings to life a truly realistic world in Under a Graveyard Sky.  In a drama that is rife with competition, Ringo departs from normal zombie apocalypse plotlines and brings to the light the rarely mentioned side – the prepared.  An interesting, if not always thrilling, […]

Happy Hour in Hell by Tad Williams

29 December 2013 Natassia 0

Tad Williams brings to life a generic buddy cop film with an angel twist in Happy Hour in Hell. This is not only unfortunate, but had it been a movie, I would not have even wanted to watch it for the whim of watching a bad movie. While this assessment […]

Delia’s Shadow by Jaime Lee Moyer

29 December 2013 Natassia 0

Jaime Lee Moyer’s gift for storytelling is evident in Delia’s Shadow. Moyer beautifully captures elegance and thrill into a timeless story. With clarity and detail, you are transported to San Francisco of yesteryear and quickly become convinced that séances and spiritualists are not merely a fad but truth. Each turn […]

JDRobb-Naked in Death

The In Death series $1.99 for a limited time

28 December 2013 Jackie 0

If you’ve ever wanted a chance to start JD Robb’s In Death series, featuring the original Roarke that everyone seems to love, then now is the time. The first eight In Death novels are currently $1.99. In a world of danger and deception, she walks the line–between seductive passion and […]