Tag: indie

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: Invaded by Aria Adams

Aspen: I was stripped and put in a cell with a huge alien. He has been driven over the edge. He wants to kill me, but first he wants to destroy my mind. I can't give him a reason not to, but I won’t go down without a fight. He invades every part of me, … Continue reading REVIEW: Invaded by Aria Adams

REVIEW: Cordelia by Marty Allen

Corporal James Vaanes has returned to his peaceful hometown on Vancouver Island, a place he left nearly two decades earlier, to investigate major crimes. Juggling his new investigation team with his estranged family and deep rooted prejudice, Vaanes is forced into the spotlight when a young Aboriginal woman is murdered under his watch. The disturbing … Continue reading REVIEW: Cordelia by Marty Allen

REVIEW: Kissing the Coronavirus by MJ Edwards

She was supposed to cure the Coronavirus. Instead... she fell in love with it. Dr Alexa Ashingtonford is a part of a crack team of scientists tasked with finding the cure to the devastating Coronavirus. Little did she know she would end up falling in love with it, in this steamy viral-erotica. Kissing Coronavirus is … Continue reading REVIEW: Kissing the Coronavirus by MJ Edwards

REVIEW: Superstorm Melon Date from Willy Elektrix

The future is here, and it totally sucks. No one has any money, and the the environment is a mess. It's all good though because you've got a hot date tonight. You met Mel on the internet. They are half melon and might have psychic powers. They seem a little weird, but at least they're … Continue reading REVIEW: Superstorm Melon Date from Willy Elektrix

REVIEW: Journey to the Year One Billion by Gary LM Martin

A time tunnel in orbit sends shockwaves which threatens to destroy the Earth. After three ships are sent in but don't report back, Lieutenant Commander Michael Taylor of the United Survey Service is sent in to investigate. He is hurled 1,000,000,000 years ahead in time to find mankind has evolved into an entirely different form … Continue reading REVIEW: Journey to the Year One Billion by Gary LM Martin

REVIEW: Magebound by Katica Locke

A slave since the age of eight, Lark has been brutalized and victimized for almost as long as he can remember. When he finds himself the property of Lord Naeven Sactaren, a man as frightening as he is beautiful, his world is turned completely upside down as he’s thrown into a new life of magic, … Continue reading REVIEW: Magebound by Katica Locke

REVIEW: The Goddess of Pigland by Mario Zecca

Forenk, the unlucky son of pig farmers, shamed into leaving home as an outcast, begins an odyssey to uncover his destiny as the last mortal capable of fathering divine beings. Along the way he meets his guardians and companions, erotic angels and slightly deranged magic-users who attempt to protect Forenk from his nemesis, a wrathful … Continue reading REVIEW: The Goddess of Pigland by Mario Zecca

REVIEW: Silhouette: Captured and Conquered by Hadrian Temple

The ruthless criminal mastermind Dr. Inevitable has decided he wants to claim the grim crime-fighter Silhouette as his personal property, so he sets a series of traps for the hero designed to break him and train him to serve the Doctor. Will Silhouette escape the villain's nefarious plans, or will Dr. Inevitable succeed in making … Continue reading REVIEW: Silhouette: Captured and Conquered by Hadrian Temple

REVIEW: Captive of the Horde King by Zoey Draven

On the unforgiving planet of Dakkar, I did what all the humans in our village did: kept my head down, worked to provide for my family, and I certainly didn’t break any Dakkari laws to risk inciting the alien race’s merciless wrath. Unfortunately, the same couldn’t be said for my brother, and one careless mistake … Continue reading REVIEW: Captive of the Horde King by Zoey Draven