It’s In His Kiss by Jill Shalvis

20 August 2014 Sarah 0

You know those books or authors that you can always turn to for a good, solid read? Well, Jill Shalvis is one of those authors for me, and her newest Lucky Harbor book, It’s in His Kiss, did not disappoint. Both hero and heroine, Sam and Becca, are used to giving […]

A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

19 August 2014 Nikki R 0

Since I’m not one to follow trends, when I heard that A Games of Thrones (the TV show) was based on a book series, I shrugged them both off. It probably wasn’t that good, I told myself, just like most trends tend to be. But recently the hubs and I decided to give […]

Interview: Nina D’Aleo

19 August 2014 Natassia 0

I am stoked to have Nina D’Aleo stop by here at Literary Escapism. She is fresh off the release of her science fiction novel The White List. Chapter 11 is watching you. Silver is an intelligence operative working for an agency that doesn’t officially exist—beyond any government and above the […]

The Buried Life by Carrie Patel

18 August 2014 Natassia 0

The thrill of Steampunk investigation captures the reader in Carrie Patel’s The Buried Life. With a setting that is reminiscent of a post apocalyptic Victorian island, Patel weaves a tale of intrigue. A charming ensemble makes the plot immersive and creates an altogether good read. The gaslight and shadows of […]

Guest Author: Nikki Woolfolk

14 August 2014 Jackie 0

I am excited to welcome author Nikki Woolfolk, who is celebrating the release of her new steampunk novel, The Men of Summerly. Tradition is as quaint tradition does. So thinks British trade envoy Simon Leatherby as he settles into his temporary home in the mountains of Stubborn, West Virginia, to […]

Nightshade by Michelle Rowen

14 August 2014 Casey 0

Michelle Rowen is probably most known for making vampires snarky and misunderstood (Sarah Dearly and Theiry anyone?) but she has another urban fantasy series where the vampires are evil blood suckers. Shocking, right? Nightshade by Michelle Rowen was an excellent start in a dark, gritty world where nothing is as […]

Lucifer’s Rogue by Colleen Gleason

13 August 2014 Sarah 1

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not the biggest fan of historical fiction or period pieces. However, an easy way to get me to pick one up is to add some sort of supernatural element (in this case, vampires). Recently re-released with a new title and cover, Lucifer’s Rogue (f/k/a […]

Guest Author: Maggie Shayne

12 August 2014 Jackie 12

I am excited to welcome author Maggie Shayne, who is getting ready to celebrate the beginning of her new Wings in the Night: Reborn series with the release of Twilight Guardians. They told 20-year-old Charlie O’Malley that they had a cure for the rare blood condition that would eventually kill […]

The Wolf Masters by Becca Jameson

12 August 2014 Jackie 0

Have you ever gotten into a mood for a particular book and you didn’t have one readily handy? I was this past weekend. I wanted a paranormal menage romance, but I didn’t want a drive-by menage – I wanted the threesome to have a HEA, not one where a third rides […]

Excerpt: Soda Pop Soldier by Nick Cole

11 August 2014 Jackie 0

I am excited to welcome author Nick Cole, who is getting ready to celebrate the release of his new novel, Soda Pop Soldier, tomorrow! When the virtual world gets real . . . Gamer PerfectQuestion fights for ColaCorp in WarWorld, an online combat-sport arena where megacorporations field entire armies in […]