Monthly Archives: December 2010

Review: Enchanted No More by Robin D. Owens

Lightfolk are mystic beings that live amongst humans in our contemporary world. There are elves, djinns, mermaids, mermen, dwarfs, brownies and a myriad of other creatures in Enchanted No More. Our heroine Jenni is a halfling. She is not a full blooded Lightfolk and therefore a sub-class of species. She does however possess a magic that no one else in the world does and that makes her one powerful woman. […]

Here, There Be Dragons by James Owen *Alexa’s Review*

I was a little skeptical about this one to start off with because lets face it I’m a romance reader and I normally only read other genres because they have romance in them. I do however enjoy some sci-fi/fantasy books every now and then to break up the pattern of so much romance so this was a good book to break up the pattern. I […]

Random Ramblings: When We Two Parted

Today has been an odd day, so I’m in a sentimental and whimsical mood. Which leads to the choice I made for my Random Ramblings post this month. It is a poem by the talented Lord George Gordon Byron written in the early 1800s. Titled ‘When We Two Parted,’ this poem is by far one of my favorites. It’s somewhat dark, yet fantastically romantic. It […]

The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter *Alexa’s Review*

I honestly have no clue why I put off reading these books for practically a whole year. I have always enjoyed JR Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series and I loved the book Fantasy Lover by Sherrilyn Kenyon for it’s use of the greek gods. I thought this was a good combination of the two with the whole Pandora’s Box story thrown in. The story centers […]