Genre: Sci-Fi

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Book Review ~ Terminal Alliance by Jim C. Hines

Book Review ~ Terminal Alliance by Jim C. Hines

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Book Review: Redeemed by Rilic by Mychal Daniels

Book Review: Redeemed by Rilic by Mychal Daniels

Redeemed by Rilic is the fourth book in Mychal Daniel’s Olodian Alien Warrior series. Redeemed by Rilic is full of greatness with a brilliant story-line and come-off-the-page real characters! It is no secret that I LOVE sci-fi romance, but lately I feel like every book I pick up is sci-fi romance is pretty light on the actual story-line and overly focused on the sex. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy some heat in my sci-fi, but I need a STORY. I need real… Read more »

Book Review: Sweep in Peace by Ilona Andrews

Book Review: Sweep in Peace by Ilona Andrews

  Sweep in Peace by Ilona Andrews is the second book in their Innkeeper Chronicles series. (Ilona Andrews is a pseudonym for this husband-wife team) The Innkeeper Chronicles easily falls into more of a Science Fiction hole than Urban Fantasy and I like it! Although the science fiction is not an overbearing part of the story, they are very much dealing with alien beings vs supernatural ones. Dina DeMille is still the InnKeeper at her Bed and Breakfast in Texas… Read more »

Audiobook Review: No Such Thing as Werewolves by Chris Fox

Audiobook Review: No Such Thing as Werewolves by Chris Fox

No Such Thing as Werewolves by Chris Fox is the first book in his Deathless series. This audiobook was a truly wonderful surprise. My brain was not quite ready to process the awesome it was receiving. Hey! I was caught off-guard! It is true. I loved this book. I kind of suspected a bit of mediocreness all the way around, but that is what I get for assuming. In all fairness (so this doesn’t sound like I am saying this was… Read more »

Audiobook Review Vacant by Alex Hughes

Audiobook Review Vacant by Alex Hughes

Disclaimer:  Vacant by Alex Hughes is the first book I have read in the Mindspace Investigation Series.  **Unintentional spoilers may be contained in this review. Vacant by Alex Hughes might have settled better with me, if I would have not listened to it.  However, that totally could go the other way.  Why am I not sure?  It is simple.  This is one of those “on the line” books for me.  It borders being good and not-so good.  When this happens,  I… Read more »

Book Review: C791 by Eve Langlais

Book Review: C791 by Eve Langlais

C791 by Eve Langlais is the first book in her Cyborgs: More Than Machines series.  I want to start off by saying I couldn’t help myself after writing this review to check out what others thought and compulsively went to the one star reviews – just for fun.  I realized I should point something out.  #1 – I curse A LOT.  Like of sailor proportions.  #2 – I like sex in my romance.  A LOT.  Now with those two thoughts… Read more »