Blind by Sidney Bristol

5 October 2015 Sarah 0

Do you like the show Criminal Minds? Do you think eyeballs are creepy? If you answered yes to one (or both) of those questions, then go grab a copy of Blind by Sidney Bristol. If you answered no, then just try it anyways. Serial killers, eyeballs, and sexy cops, oh my! Blind […]

The Fine Art of Deception: Undoing Time by Alyssa Richards

18 August 2015 Nikki R 0

Soul mates. Seeing and talking to ghosts. Psychic powers that influence people. Yup, The Fine Art of Deception: Undoing Time by Alyssa Richards had everything this hopeless romantic, paranormal girl wanted. Even though I ran across a few minor issues, I was quite taken by this novel. It had my […]

A Vision of Fire by Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin

17 November 2014 Natassia 2

Thriller novels take an eerie spin in A Vision of Fire by writing duo Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin. The plot revolves around the seemingly ordinary PTSD of one teen and unfold into a tale of epic proportions. From beginning to end, I was on the edge of my seat, […]

The Traveler’s Wake by J.P. Moynahan

3 November 2014 Natassia 0

A travel thriller truly unfolds in J. P. Moynahan’s The Traveler’s Wake. With the exotic backdrop of Peru, we’re brought into a tale of espionage and investigations. Moynahan writes a tale that makes one question what is reality and what is not. Wesley Rourke is a mouthy, Irish-lucky millionaire, trotting […]

Charming by Krystal Wade

31 October 2014 Courtney 1

I don’t normally read, or enjoy, young adult novels but I’ll make an exception for any kind of fairy tale retelling. I’m glad I gave Charming by Krystal Wade a chance. Charming starts off fast and never slows down. The characters are engaging and the story is appealing. And no, Charming is not your […]

The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R Carey

28 July 2014 Natassia 2

A phenomenal entry into the zombie apocalypse genre, M.R Carey’s The Girl With All the Gifts is a book for the ages. Carey brings to life a world which is so believable yet foreign; a fact which works wonderfully against the backdrop of the United Kingdom. The story line is […]

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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 […]

Snowblind by Christopher Golden

17 February 2014 Natassia 0

Christopher Golden brings us a horror book, which makes a chilly draft ominous in Snowblind. It has been a long time since I read a book which was as gripping and realistic as this. Golden entwines everyday caution with a sinister enemy which plays at everyone’s inner securities. The entire […]

Poe by J. Lincoln Fenn

2 January 2014 Natassia 0

J. Lincoln Fenn’s Poe is a shining display of humorous morbid entertainment. With a thrilling mystery, Fenn takes dark themes and gives us a witty novel with ties to history and magic. Suspense and intrigue are the name of the game and Fenn mixes this nicely with her light writing […]

Countdown by Michelle Maddox/Michelle Rowen

8 August 2013 Casey 0

Several months ago, Michelle Rowen announced that she would be re-releasing her adult novel Countdown, previously published under her pen name Michelle Maddox, but this time it would be a YA novel. I decided I should finally get around to reading Countdown so I could compare the original to the […]

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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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In Rides Trouble by Julie Ann Walker

7 January 2013 Nicole 1

I usually try and read a series in order. However with Julie Ann Walker’s Black Knight series, I’m apparently going backwards.  I started with the third novel, Rev it Up, and then read the second, In Rides Trouble. Oh yeah…it ROCKED. What is it about special ops men? Oh…yeah….they’re alpha […]

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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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Blood and Silver by James R. Tuck

2 August 2012 Nikki R 2

I want you to close your eyes, and imagine for a minute with me. Think of every scary bump in the night beast you can imagine, don’t be shy, go on, imagine it.  Now I want you to picture a big, tattoo covered, bad-ass bounty hunter with weapons in every […]

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Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson

28 July 2012 Nikki R 3

You remember A.I. right?  Will Smith, rogue murdering robots?  If you enjoyed that movie, like I did, you will love Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson….or be scared to ever get around something mechanical again.  Not far into our future, the dazzling technology that runs our world turns against us. Controlled […]