Category: *Review

Review: Dark Peril by Christine Feehan

Another spell binding story from Feehan! In this relationship-driven novel, you will find a romantic and thrilling tale. Carpathian fans are sure to be enthralled! Dominic is a Carpathian warrior sacrificing himself for his people. A short time ago, he volunteered to infect himself with vampire parasites into to infiltrate the vampire forces as a spy. He found this as no hardship since he was […]

Review: Dark Slayer by Christine Feehan

Feehan’s descriptive tale of paranormal romance and suspense is sure to keep fans of her Carpathian series satisfied! While this installment may not be as exciting as previous novels, it still has all the basic elements to make a story all Feehan fans will love! Dark Slayer begins with Ivory. Ivory is a Carpathian or more commonly known as a vampire. She is a loner, […]

Review: Santa In Montana by Janet Dailey

Fans of the popular Calder series by Janet Dailey will enjoy this brief but entertaining novel. It doesn’t get any better than having your favorite characters reunite for a Christmas celebration to warm your heart. Amongst the family dynamics is a sweet love story that’s sure to make you smile. Chase Calder knows his daughter Cat needs a new man in her life. Cat has […]

Review: The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

Lucy Craddock-Hayes is the daughter of an old sea captain and she has lived in Maiden Hill all her life. She has never questioned her day to day life or the utter hopelessness of it all. Lucy has never wanted for anything more than she has. That all changes when Lucy finds a naked dead man lying face down in the ditch not far from […]

Review: My Soul To Keep by Sharie Kohler

My Soul to Keep is the book you want to buy for keeps! Kohler’s series focusing on half breed lycans will make you howl with delight! This fourth installment in her Moon Chaser series is not to be missed! Sorcha has always dreamed of a better world. Her malicious father dictated her life and determined her future whether she liked it or not. When all […]