The Lady is a Vamp by Lynsay Sands

The Lady is a Vamp – An Argeneau Novel “Jeanne Louise has been so wrapped up in her work trying to find a solution to Victor and Vincent’s genetic anomaly which forces them to feed directly from mortals that she didn’t notice anything amiss until she was already slumping over her steering wheel. She does notice upon waking up that she is now chained to a strange bed in a strange room in a strange house… always a great start… Read more »

Mind Games by Carolyn Crane

“Justine Jones is a hopeless hypochondriac whose life is crippled by fear…until one day when a handsome, tortured mastermind named Packard peers into her soul and invites her to join his psychological hit squad. Justine resists until she gets a taste of the peace Packard can promise. At first, Justine enjoys being part of the thrilling world of neurotic vigilantes who battle Midcity’s paranormal criminals. Things get complicated when she uncovers certain secrets…and falls for one of her most dangerous… Read more »

Carinian’s Seeker by T.J. Michaels

“Beautiful genius, Carinian Derrickson, wants to live long enough to date a man from the future generations of spacemen, complete with ray guns and starships. She’s not crazy, she’s just afraid of dying young of some dreaded disease, like all the rest of her family. Her research into gene therapy has shown her the way to extend her life is by emulating traits only before seen in fiction. Vampire fiction. Only the beings that shouldn’t exist are very real indeed…. Read more »

Fear – A Poem by Annie

Fear   The darkness pulls me into the deep I try to fly soar above the clouds nothing to save me my only chance  is to battle it out my own personal hell   The fear is consuming but I push through pain and with immense effort trying to push through above attempting to obtain my own personal freedom I hope I win  this battle of grim maybe today we will see    Annie  

Monster In My Closet (Monster Haven #1) by R.L. Naquin

Synopsis from GR:  “I stopped believing in monsters long ago. But I knew I wasn’t imagining things when I found one in my kitchen baking muffins. I’d seen him before: lurking in my closet, scaring the crap out of my five-year-old self. Turns out that was a misunderstanding, and now Maurice needs a place to stay. How could I say no? After all, I’ve always been a magnet for the emotionally needy, and not just in my work as a… Read more »

Karma – a Poem by Annie

OK – so this is my first poem in a VERY long time that I have shared.   It very hard to pick!!  I created a few inspired by recent books, but I decided to hold back on those!  So here it is… Karma Sum up your life what can you say? Describe what it is each and every day   Do you walk around pretending to be just? Do you tell everybody just to make a fuss   You… Read more »