Under a Vampire Moon by Lynsay Sands

Under a Vampire Moon is the 16th book in the Argeneau series.  Christian Notte’s mother, Marguerite,  is definately up to something. While Christians mother is on her honeymoon, he receives a call that his band is needed to play at the resort.  Marguerite is known for her abilities to sense life mates.  Could Marguerite have found his? At the age of 42 Carolyn Connor is at the end of a very long and very ugly divorce.  To cheer her up her… Read more »

Reading – Better Then Therapy (another random thought)

If you are like me, your life is a whirlwind of work, children’s school events, sporting events, house work, and cooking. Definitely not the life of a queen I am living here.   However, there is always a way to relieve myself from the total ciaos that has become life.  If I do not get a break from the above , I would become feared by all.  Someone could get hurt.  To avoid this I must take precautionary steps. My precautionary step is simple – Escape in a… Read more »

A Touch of Greek by Tina Folsom

A Touch of Greek by Tina Folsom is book 1 in the Out of Olympus series. Triton has himself in serious trouble this time.  His bad boy behavior has landed him in the hot seat with Zeus himself.  Although, what do you expect when Zeus catches you literally with your pants down enjoying his mistress?   Zeus’ punishment is severe.  Zeus takes away Triton’s godly powers and is banished to America where he must find a woman to fall in love with him for… Read more »

Darkest Caress by Kaylea Cross

Darkest Caress by Kaylea Cross is the first book in the Empowered Series. Daegan Blackwell is the Coven Leader of an ancient magical bloodline named the Empowered.  Daegan has been fighting to save humanity from darkness for close to 2 centuries.  When he meets the real estate agent Olivia Farrell while searching for a new home base, he knows his life is about to change.  Olivia is his mate and without her he could be consumed by the same darkness… Read more »

Don’t Judge a Book by it’s eBook Only Format!

DON’T DO IT!  I must admit that I was guilty of being an eBook snob.  What can I say?  I could blame it on ignorance.   I could blame the pressure of society – if the publishers don’t like it enough to print it – why should I bother?  I could blame TV – I mean seriously – don’t all the good shows come from books that are published in print.  I could blame and blame and blame, but for me… Read more »

Kindle the Fire in my Heart

Most of the time I only post reviews on the blog.  I have decided that needs to change.  Why not random thoughts I have?  There are many..seriously some of them are scary.  Yesterday one random thought involved Airport security and what would happen if you had one of those “lipstick toys” and forgot to take it out of your purse.  Could you image trying to explain why your lipstick had a battery?  I don’t know why I think these random… Read more »