Category: *Review

Shadow of the Vampire by Meagan Hatfield *Lisa’s Review*

Meagan Hatfield’s novel is an amazing story of power, betrayal, and passion, with a cast of emotionally driven characters. Hatfield has created her own paranormal Romeo and Juliet by crafting a tale about two people destined to be together, yet everything and everyone working to tear them apart. Shadow of the Vampire is the story of two facets of power…Declan as King of the Dragons […]

His at Night by Sherry Thomas *Stephanie’s Review*

“Forced into a marriage of convenience, Elissande and Vere are each about to discover that they’re not the only one with a hidden agenda. With seduction their only weapon – and a dark secret from the past endangering both their lives – can they learn to trust each other even as they surrender to a passion that won’t be denied?” The Marquess of Vere, to […]

His Darkest Hunger by Juliana Stone *Lisa’s Review*

Juliana Stone’s debut novel His Darkest Hunger is an absolute gem. Paranormal fans will love this adventurous, spellbinding, dangerous tale with plenty of passion! Our heroine Libby Jamieson is a waitress. Well, at least she has been for the last two months. Before that? She finds that she can’t really remember anything from her past. Yet, her former lover Jaxon Castille knows. Libby once worked […]

Hot on Her Heels by Susan Mallery *Stephanie’s Review*

For the past several years Garth Duncan has had one goal that he has worked day and night tirelessly for: take down the Titan family. Take them down one at a time and attack their weak spots. Garth lent Lexi $2 million dollars (anonymously of course) with the condition that it was callable with very little notice. He spread rumors and lies about the foundation […]

Open Country by Kaki Warner *Lisa’s Review*

If you are an avid reader, then you are probably familiar with a common phenomenon. There is usually that book…somewhere in between book 5 and book 500 where you just sit back and take it all in. The point where the story and the characters matter more than anything else…more than sleep, more than getting the laundry done, more than fixing supper. You can’t think […]