Category: series

REVIEW: Her Fire by Namiin Stone

Ila Baden is haunted by a book; a fragile, old, burned book left to rot in her late grandfather's attic. Though she feels an immediate draw to it, she ultimately has no use for an empty antique damaged beyond repair. She leaves it to be junked, but the ancient being for whom the tome is … Continue reading REVIEW: Her Fire by Namiin Stone

REVIEW: Beyond the Pale by Mark Anthony

A strange rift in ordinary reality draws saloon owner Travis Wilder and ER doctor Grace Beckett into the otherworld of Eldh--a land of gods, monsters, and magic that is sorely in need of heroes.Warnings: Violence, mentions of depression, mentions of CSACategory: M/F Delving into the world of second hand book stores is always a journey. … Continue reading REVIEW: Beyond the Pale by Mark Anthony

REVIEW: Exiled by JC Diem

Loki Laufeyson has made many mistakes during his lengthy existence, but none greater than attempting to overthrow Odin, King of Asgard. Exiled for his treachery, he seeks vengeance by becoming allied with creatures who are just as ambitious and merciless as he is. Bianca Caldwell is on the cusp of living her dream when Earth … Continue reading REVIEW: Exiled by JC Diem

REVIEW: Elsker by ST Bende

Kristia Tostenson prefers Earl Grey to Grey Goose and book clubs to nightclubs. But when she transfers from her one-stoplight Oregon town to Cardiff University in Wales, she falls in love with Ull Myhr. Her new boyfriend isn't exactly what she was expecting. Ull is an honest-to-goodness Norse god — an immortal assassin fated to … Continue reading REVIEW: Elsker by ST Bende

REVIEW: Haven by Misty Vixen

Decades following the collapse of society thanks to a manmade virus that created both zombies and a half-dozen new types of inhuman species, humans and inhumans live together in a decent semblance of society. Though the undead and vicious marauders roam the landscape, the average survivor can expect to have a decent life within a … Continue reading REVIEW: Haven by Misty Vixen

REVIEW: The Orc Wife by SJ Sanders

Sammi is having the worst weekend. When what was supposed to be a secluded romantic get away turns into a near death experience when she is stranded alone in the mountains during a snow storm by her two-timing boyfriend, Sammi faces a desperate situation. With no cell-service, dwindling food supplies, and a power outage, she … Continue reading REVIEW: The Orc Wife by SJ Sanders

REVIEW: The Dragons of Nibiru by Lorna J Carleton

The adopted daughter of a distinguished starship commander, young Celine is a brilliant student, a promising cadet – and a secret witch. When a psychotic criminal, bent on revenge against her father, teleports Celine randomly out into the cosmos, she finds herself stranded on the forbidden planet Nibiru, in the lair of Fianna – last … Continue reading REVIEW: The Dragons of Nibiru by Lorna J Carleton

REVIEW: Captive in the Dark by CJ Roberts

Caleb is a man with a singular interest in revenge. Kidnapped as a young boy and sold into slavery by a power-hungry mobster, he has thought of nothing but vengeance. For twelve years he has immersed himself in the world of pleasure slaves searching for the one man he holds ultimately responsible. Finally, the architect … Continue reading REVIEW: Captive in the Dark by CJ Roberts

REVIEW: Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake

As the novel opens, Titus, heir to Lord Sepulchrave, has just been born. He stands to inherit the miles of rambling stone and mortar that form Gormenghast Castle. Meanwhile, far away and in the kitchen, a servant named Steerpike escapes his drudgework and begins an auspicious ascent to power.Inside of Gormenghast, all events are predetermined … Continue reading REVIEW: Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake