Tag: self published

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: 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: 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: Training Mrs. Olliver by Elle Jamey

On their wedding night, Anne confesses to her new husband her desire to sexually submit to him. Edward enrolls her in a school for submission, where she undergoes strict and humiliating training. The trainers reinforce her dominant husband’s expectations for Anne, taking control over her body and supervising her behavior through a series of regimented … Continue reading REVIEW: Training Mrs. Olliver by Elle Jamey

Rise of the Masters by Elizabeth King

Amy Prince's life as a Private Eye is fairly settled. She has a good reputation in her field, steady clients, and an adorable submissive girlfriend waiting for her at home. She couldn't ask for anything more out of life... until a murder investigation blows up into something far more complicated than she could have imagined. … Continue reading Rise of the Masters by Elizabeth King