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4.0 Stars: The Mane Event

Nothing is better than hilarious shapeshifters caught in love. And no one writes it better than Shelly Laurenston. The Mane Event is a collection of two novellas and contains the first two stories in the Pride Series. These stories are a great introduction to the Pride world and set up the group of shifters and friends who you'll follow in each subsequent book. Christmas Pride Christmas Pride is the first novella and is the only one with a human protagonist. Desiree "Dez" MacDermot is a human cop. She's a badass, loudmouth, Bronx detective. [...]

By | June 12th, 2015|Book Reviews, Paranormal Romance|2 Comments

4.0 Stars: Shards of Hope

The newest addition (released June 2, 2016) to the Psy/Changeling books by Nalini Singh, Shards of Hope, begins the new series arc and won't disappoint. It's an especially satisfying read for diehard fans who will love the glimpses into many favorite past characters. However, if you're new to Ms. Singh's series, I recommend starting at the beginning with Slave to Sensation. While Shards of Hope is a complete story in and of itself, there are so many returning characters and plotlines that you may find yourself lost or confused unnecessarily. After 14 [...]

By | June 5th, 2015|Book Reviews, Paranormal Romance|0 Comments

4.0 Stars: Shadow Game by Christine Feehan

Let me start by saying that I enjoy Christine Feehan. I've read a majority of her Dark Carpathian novels and so I'm already very familiar with her writing style and the cadence of her love stories.  Shadow Game is the first of Feehan's Ghostwalker series. Unlike the Carpathians', the Ghostwalkers is much more military focused and deals with men and woman who have been psychically and physically enhanced. Shadow Game opens with Captain Ryland Miller and Lily Whitney. Ryland is a prisoner with the rest of his military team after being enhanced by [...]

By | May 29th, 2015|Book Reviews, Paranormal Romance|0 Comments

4 Stars: The Winter Long

Let me start by saying, I love October Daye. There's just something about her. She's constantly putting her life on the line, bleeding out, and getting into general mayhem thanks to her overly developed hero complex. October has to be the one to save everyone, whether she really even likes you or not. And she'll never let you down. Whenever you pick up an October Daye novel, you know that you can count on Seanan to place Toby in crazy, death-defying circumstances, and you can count on Toby to be Toby. [...]

By | May 9th, 2015|Book Reviews, Urban Fantasy|0 Comments