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Book Review: Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

Book Review: Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

In light of recent copyright infringements where author(s) took particular romance novels and re-purposed them into LGBT romances….I can see this book smoothly transition into a romance between two men.  Sadly, ever since that particular intellectual property theft case, every time I read a book now, I consider whether a book would still be good or better if it was gay romance. But seriously, I thoroughly enjoyed this book because there were secrets to discover and the story unfolds in… Read more »

Book Review: Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks

Book Review: Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks

Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks is the 12th book in her World of the Lupi series. Lily and Rule face an unknown foe and we learn more about the dragons…so awesomeness all around! Wilks never seems to disappoint. With her strong world building abilities, I am one second from away from being convinced she is some kind of wizard world building genius. Creating vivid images and unique challenges for her characters after the twelfth book in a series is a… Read more »

Book Review: Unbinding by Eileen Wilks

Book Review: Unbinding by Eileen Wilks

Unbinding by Eileen Wilks is the 11th book in her World of the Lupi series. I am a long time follower of this series and Unbinding didn’t disappoint. One aspect about the World of the Lupi series that stands out as unique, is the authors ability to shift the story to other characters while maintaining a fluid story line. It doesn’t happen regularly, as most of this series does focus on the Lilly and Rule, but when she does it, it… Read more »

Book Review: Blood Assassin by Alexandra Ivy

Book Review: Blood Assassin by Alexandra Ivy

Blood Assassin is the second book in Alexandra Ivy’s The Sentinels series.  I had the pleasure to read and review the first book as well and you can see that full review HERE. The depth of the storyline that takes place in Blood Assassin makes for such an absorbing read.  The characters always come alive and have very distinct personalities and their own charisma, even the bad guys.  The air of mystery Ivy wove into this story always keep me turning… Read more »

Audiobook Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Audiobook Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman has a special talent – writing creepy and not in the same way blood or gore are creepy. Gaiman does not need to use curse words or violence.  His true talent is recognizing the childlike fears we hold inside and creating a story that explores the depth of them. The Ocean at the End of the Lane is such a great example of this talent.  The innocent fears of an everyday child come alive in this shorter story about an impossible journey.  Impossible,… Read more »

Audiobook Review ~ A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire #1) by George R.R. Martin

Audiobook Review ~ A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire #1) by George R.R. Martin

If you have not heard of A Game of Thrones you must have been living under a rock the last several years and there is truly no hope for you.  If you have been watching the HBO series by the same title and are curious about how this book or audiobook look no further! George R.R. Martin writes a fascinating story and twists you around his finger making you care about each and every character – no matter how good… Read more »