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Book Review: Tall, Dark, and Vampire by Sara Humphreys

Book Review: Tall, Dark, and Vampire by Sara Humphreys

 Original review of Tall, Dark, and Vampire by Sara Humphreys Olivia is a 300 year old vampire with an uncommon problem. True Love. When her true love Doug was murdered over 300 years ago Olivia swore to herself that she would never love again. She immersed herself into the caring of others.  Whether it be her coven or the lost humans that call her family. Olivia thought she had it all worked out until Doug walked back into her life…. Read more »

Book Review: The Better to See You by Kate Serine

Book Review: The Better to See You by Kate Serine

~The Review~  A wonderfully woven fairy tale The Better to See You by Kate Serine will keep you turning the pages for more. We find Lavender Seelies, otherwise known as The Fairy Godmother at a low point in her career. She heads out to start over to a village called The Refuge. A small community of wayward Tales where she runs into Seth Wolf, yes The Big Bad Wolf! With a series of murders of Ordinaries and disappearances, Lavender must… Read more »

Carniepunk Partial Review: The Werewife by Jaye Wells & The Inside Man by Nicole Peeler

Carniepunk Partial Review: The Werewife by Jaye Wells & The Inside Man by Nicole Peeler

*** I am sure it is a little weird to break down reviews like this, but Carniepunk has 14 stories total.  Typically I do anthologies with a break down of each story, but lets face it.  If I do 14 reviews in one post it is going to look insane and I might be insane by the time I am done!! =)  This Urban Fantasy anthology has an epic list of authors and I can promise that every story will… Read more »

Novella Review Meridian Six by Jaye Wells

Novella Review Meridian Six by Jaye Wells

~Book Review~ Jaye Wells introduces us to an entirely new vampire world.  One filled with repression and bleakness.  It is dark.  It is gritty….I loved it.  Wells’ take on vampires is not a romanticized version in this novella.  Vampires use humans for one purpose only – food.   The human world is destroyed and an underground rebellion still strains to make a difference.   For a novella the story contained much depth and a great story.  Meridian is at a… Read more »

Book Review Heart of Iron (London Steampunk, #2) by Bec McMaster

Book Review Heart of Iron (London Steampunk, #2) by Bec McMaster

♦Book Review♦ Heart of Iron picks up a couple of years after the first book in this series, Kiss of Steel, ends and sweeps up another perspective.  Lena’s and Will’s – to be exact.  Heart of Iron certainly was higher on the steampunk romance feel than the first book in this series and I thought It added a nice touch.  I love the overall conflict of these characters – both internal and situational.  This world is really becoming an addiction… Read more »

Book Review: A Highlander Werewolf Wedding (Heart of a Wolf #11) by Terry Spear

Book Review: Hot Highlander Alphaness wrapped in a kilt.  Need I say more?  Well, I have to!  Because A Highland Werewolf Wedding is a straight up and top-notch read that you don’t want to miss.   The chemistry between the Cearnach MacNeill (Highland werewolf) and Elaine Hawthorn is flawless and the conflict involved within the families just adds to the entertainment   Who doesn’t love some dysfunctional family fun and ugly baggage?  I laughed and gasped through every page!  Terry Spear does an amazing job making… Read more »