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REVIEW: Australian Holiday by Harrison Warwick

Smug American Jason thought that his blind date with the comely Aussie Amanda would lead to fun down under. After all, they share common interests in mild BDSM, and plan a not-so-mild kidnapping scenario. Dominance and submission is based on trust, Jason reasonably believed, but a humbling experience with Amanda will soon devolve into a … Continue reading REVIEW: Australian Holiday by Harrison Warwick

REVIEW: Annie Morphs by Alyson Belle

On a cold night in an abandoned construction site, a dying alien grants five brave children the power to morph into any animal or person they can touch so that they can fight back against a secret invasion of evil, mind-controlling slugs called the "Yucks." Arnold knows this because he was there, hiding behind a … Continue reading REVIEW: Annie Morphs by Alyson Belle

REVIEW: The Merman’s Kiss by Tamsin Ley

Zantu has evaded the mate-bond for thirty-five years, dodging promiscuous mermaids with vile intents. Unlike mermaids, mermen bond for life, and Zantu refuses to accept the heartbreak most mermen die of. That is, until the glint of gold catches his eye, and a simple salvage mission turns to passion. Now he’s bonded to a human. … Continue reading REVIEW: The Merman’s Kiss by Tamsin Ley

REVIEW: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht

The city of Elendhaven sulks on the edge of the ocean. Wracked by plague, abandoned by the South, stripped of industry and left to die. But not everything dies so easily. A thing without a name stalks the city, a thing shaped like a man, with a dark heart and long pale fingers yearning to … Continue reading REVIEW: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht

REVIEW: Reviving Leah by Lexa Flynn

Fourteen years into their marriage, Doug and Leah Baxter are no different from most churchgoing couples. Two kids, a house in the suburbs, a loving relationship...and a practically nonexistent sex life. Desperate to restore the romance, they meet with a sex therapist. Week by week, as they follow their therapist's recommendations, their relationship blossoms, especially … Continue reading REVIEW: Reviving Leah by Lexa Flynn

REVIEW: Christmas Elf by Tielle St Clare

After being kicked out of Santa's Workshop for being a little cranky, Marlie is sent on a mission in the Outside World: teach Jacob Triumph the real-life role model for Scrooge the true meaning of Christmas. He's a tough case but she's determined to succeed and earn her place back in the Workshop. Unfortunately, it's … Continue reading REVIEW: Christmas Elf by Tielle St Clare

REVIEW: The Ghost Bride by Yangsze Choo

Li Lan, the daughter of a genteel but bankrupt family, has few prospects. But fate intervenes when she receives an unusual proposal from the wealthy and powerful Lim family. They want her to become a ghost bride for the family's only son, who recently died under mysterious circumstances. Rarely practised, a traditional ghost marriage is … Continue reading REVIEW: The Ghost Bride by Yangsze Choo

REVIEW: Crash by JG Ballard

When J. G. Ballard, our narrator, smashes his car into another and watches a man die in front of him, he finds himself drawn with increasing intensity to the mangled impacts of car crashes. Robert Vaughan, a former TV scientist turned nightmare angel of the expressway, has gathered around him a collection of alienated crash … Continue reading REVIEW: Crash by JG Ballard

REVIEW: Counterpoint by Rachel Haimowitz

Ayden’s life has long been guided by two emotions: love for his sister, and hatred of all things human. When he’s captured in battle, he is enslaved in the service of a human prince, Freyrik Farr. Freyrik’s always known elves to be beautiful and dangerous, but never has one affected him as deeply as Ayden. … Continue reading REVIEW: Counterpoint by Rachel Haimowitz

REVIEW: Tribute by Lisa Henry

When the fearsome warlord Brasius chooses Kynon as his tribute, Kynon tells himself it’s the price of peace, and that he can endure anything. If his slavery will save his father’s kingdom, then he will be a slave and submit to every indignity the warlord and the senate of Segasa require of him. He can … Continue reading REVIEW: Tribute by Lisa Henry