Posts Tagged: Dragon Shifters

Book Review: Ajax’s Harpy Holiday by Mychal Daniels

Book Review: Ajax’s Harpy Holiday by Mychal Daniels

Ajax’s Harpy Holiday is the first book in Mychal Daniels Dragofin Clan Mated series. Ajax’s Harpy Holiday is a fun, original and entertaining read. Don’t pass this book up just because of the Holiday theme. I would have enjoyed this book any ‘ole time of the year, especially since I am sure a lot of us can relate to the holiday struggle of being alone, or lonely, at any point in time. Ajax’s Harpy Holiday falls on the sci-fi or fantasy side of dragons and gryphons, and although one would expect a funny and quick read, it truly was deeper… Read more »

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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 such unexpected ways.  The story is set in an earth that includes magical races of people – the Elder Races. … Read more »

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Spotlight: Drakon by Reveca Beauregard

Spotlight: Drakon by Reveca Beauregard

Obviously, I am on some kind of HUGE dragon kick, but who can resist? Check out this new paranormal romance from Reveca Beauregard, Drakon. Today it is thrust upon the masses on the greatest of release days! *cue trumpets* I hear Drakon is full of alphaness and hopefully his lady gives him a good chase! What do you think about the cover? I am going to have to admit…I am REALLY lovin’ it!   AMAZON : IBOOKS : B&N : KOBO : GOODREADS Scarlett Kingfin was forced to run when her life went up in flames, literally. Her home was… Read more »

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Book Review: Wickedly Dangerous by Deborah Blake

Book Review: Wickedly Dangerous by Deborah Blake

Wickedly Dangerous is Deborah Blake’s first book in the new Baba Yaga novel.  I love the way this book was marketed, but it didn’t hold true to the hype. When I first began reading Wickedly Dangerous I was quickly pulled in.  By the middle I was frustrated, but hopeful.  At the end I was just pissed off.  Sometimes It is hard to put a finger on what didn’t work and what did.  I know exactly why this book didn’t work for me, and it was a bit of everything.  The main character, Barbara Yager just fell flat.  She never seemed… Read more »

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Spotlight with Giveaway: My Viking Vampire by Krystal Shannan

Spotlight with Giveaway: My Viking Vampire by Krystal Shannan

  Welcome to Booked & Loaded’s stop on the Release Tour for My Viking Vampire!  My Viking Vampire is Krystal Shannan’s first installment in her Sanctuary, Texas series! In Sanctuary, Texas – they have it all!  Check it out and don’t miss the opportunity to  enter the awesome Tour-Wide giveaway!   My Viking Vampire Sanctuary, Texas by Krystal Shannan Bailey Ross’ world is crumbling around her. Her abusive ex, a human, is closing in on her again, and to make matters worse, a new enemy, a djinn, is stalking her. This supernatural being takes great pleasure in human pain, something… Read more »

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Book Review: Wildfire by Mina Khan

Book Review: Wildfire by Mina Khan

Wildfire by Mina Khan is a nontraditional type of paranormal.  With dragon shifters and cowboys set in Texas…how could one go wrong? Wildfire is a great example of what I love about self-published books.  It keeps that nontraditional and free spirited edge to every page.  I think the author nails it by calling it “a paranormal mystery with romantic elements. It is not a traditional romance.”   Although it certainly did have some romantic elements, I would certainly not define it as romance either.  It had a slight Urban Fantasy feel with the mystery background and character development. Lynn is… Read more »

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