• Review: To Love a Reckless Lord: Conundrums of the Misses Culpepper Collection Books 1-3

    This book included 3 stories on the Culpepper sisters: Brooke oldest & Brette her sister, also Blythe a cousin Book 1 Brooke – “Wagers Gone Awry” Brooke Culpepper is the oldest of her one sister and three cousins who are left to manage their home after...

  • Review: Corliss The Girls of Spindrift Book 1

    I liked that this was a quick read, primarily aimed at YA but a good read for anyone. I felt that it was a background of sorts for getting to know the characters going into the book “Bittersweet Dreams”. This is the first book in a series that sets up...

  • Review: Musk Rain

    Phoebe must solve a riddle or she has to stay on the family farm as she has promised her grandmother. A Cherokee Indian who has hopes for her grand-daughter as she is dying. She is of the firm belief that if you "Take care of the land and the land will...

  • Review: Redemption Cattenach Ranch

    I loved the romance, real romance, not lust, although there is plenty of sex and closeness. A fallen soldier's last request of "Take care of my sister. Promise me you will take care of Olivia". That made my heart skip a beat. A brother in his last moments...

  • Review: The Light in Summer The Butternut Lake Trilogy, #3

    “The Light in Summer” is a wonderfully sweet and emotional romance. Within the pages I found many interesting storylines that will definitely keep your interest. Be ready for a read that features a small town. This is the third book in the Butternut Lake...

  • Review: Our War The Family Book 4

    What an amazing way to close this series! Jake and Emily had to marry to keep The Family safe. Their relationship started out as the classic arranged mafia marriage with preconceptions on both sides. Jake thought that Emily was a brat while she believed...

  • Review: SERIAL K

    That first kill. Did it excite him? Did it disgust him? Sociopath Craig Breedlove picked the perfect spot for that first time. Thus the most famous serial killer of all time was about to make his appearance. His idols weren't the usual young man's ideas....

  • Review: Devil's Grace: Renn Arelia's Story Ladies of Mischief Book 1

    Setting 1788: Renn Arelia Sheridan holds something dear in the pocket of her gown. An emerald brooch, the same emerald brooch pictured in the portrait that Renn is staring at. A portrait of the First Duchess of Chippenham. Renn is a mere 18 years of age...

  • Review: Lost in Love Road to Forever

    “Lost in Love” is some different themes including damages from war, lied about from family and what one person hates another one loves. This book had it all and I'm so going to read this author again. I loved that the women in this book are allowed to...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Patricia Fry

    Hi Patricia. Thanks for stopping over to discuss your Klepto Cat series. I love the title of that series. It's so true about cats. What is your current release? Cattywampus Travels--A Klepto Cat Mystery What's it about? This is book 23 in the Klepto Cat...

  • Review: Duke with Benefits Studies in Scandal, #2

    A mystery, a murder and math? That’s how this historical romance starts and ends. It’s totally different as the woman, Daphne, is the mathematical genius and doesn’t mind tell anyone that she is smarter than them. Yet it takes a strong man to accept that...

  • Review: Nebula Awards Showcase 2017

    This collection of Nebula Awards for 2017 is amazing. Readers of sci-fi or 'weird' tales that make you say, "Ahhh" will love every one of these stories. Usually with this many authors- Naomi Novik, Julie E. Czerneda, Nnedi Okorafor, Ann Leckie, Sarah...

  • Review: Every Other Wednesday

    Every Other Wednesday, by Susan Kietzman, is all about relationships. Ellie, Alice, and Joan are unique characters who seem to blossom as a group of interactive friends. Alice is the one readers will be most drawn to. Women can relate to attempts at regaining...

  • Review: The Forbidden Garden

    The Forbidden Garden, by Ellen Herrick, is the second of a series. I didn't know that until after I read this one. There is a prologue that sets up this story. The 'Sparrow Sisters' is the first story and it introduces us to these sisters through romance...

  • Review: Feast of Sorrow A Novel of Ancient Rome

    Feast of Sorrow, by Crystal King, is one of the most fabulous books I have read in a while. Apicus seems to be what we would now call a Foodie. He enjoys eating to the extreme. I love that he pays such a huge amount to buy Thrasius, a slave, to cook for...

  • Review: Up In The Pines

    Katie Jennings gives romantic suspense fans everything they could possibly want in this brilliant mystery. There's a sexy Hollywood heartthrob. A strong and determined heroine. Scenery that you can usually only find on a post card. And quaint small town...

  • Review: French Fried An Ethnic Eats Mystery, #2

    Kylie Logan brings us the second entry in her “Ethnic Eats” series. The Statue of Liberty is 130 years old, and for the struggling residents of Hubbard, Ohio, any opportunity to bring in tourists is reason enough for a celebration. Laurel Inwood and her...

  • Review: The Black Cat Sees His Shadow A Bad Luck Cat Mystery, #3

    Kay Finch brings us the third offering in her “black cat” mystery series. This time out the town of Lavender, Texas is buzzing with tourists, and local businesses are pulling out all the stops for the annual Pumpkin Days Festival. On the eve of opening...

  • Review: The Gold-Son

    “The Gold-Son” is noted as a Young Adult novel, but it starts out sounding like a middle-grade read. Don’t read the synopsis if you haven't done so already. It gives way too much away and pretty much sums up the story before you’ve started. Because of...

  • Review: Three Weeks with a Princess The Improper Princesses, #2

    Author Vanessa Kelly has another incredible book on her hands! This novel is book 2 in the Improper Princesses series, and it’s a spinoff series from my absolute favorites, The Renegade Rogues! I was pleasantly surprised to meet old friends (Dominic and...

  • Review: At His Mercy Forbidden Lovers, #1

    Hot and steamy is how I'm going to describe about this book. As a first time reader of this author I was not sure if I would enjoy her book. But I was presently surprised that I did not want to put this book down. Tristan is afraid to let anyone close...

  • Review: Revenge A Lawless Novel, #3

    Family secrets could turn deadly in this story about the Lawless siblings. Drama, intrigue, and, of course, romance are all present and make this story one you won’t want to put down. Drew has to come with terms that he can’t control everything and protecting...

  • Review: Second Chance Season The Grand Valley Series Book 2

    In “Second Chance Season” you have Cara and Garret meeting on the side of the road. She’s a city girl from Chicago and he is a redneck from Hotchkiss. Who knew when Garret met Clara that he would be working as a 'country ambassador' helping her find her...

  • Review: The Pleasures of Passion The Sinful Suitors Book 4

    Sabrina Jeffries could write my grocery list and turn it into a riveting tale of love and passion. I swear I've yet to find a story of hers that disappoints, and this one definitely does not. Brilliana Trevor and Niall Lindsey are a couple I could not...

  • Review: Dragon Unleashed Dragon Point Book 3

    I loved this fast paced story that had a narcissistic snob as a hero. And he's not your average hero, he's a dragon and that so makes everything alright. Tomas was an absolute delight in his dry wit and sarcasm ready to flay whoever got in his path. As...

  • Review: LinkedIn In 30 Minutes (2nd Edition)

    “LinkedIn in 30 minutes: How to create a rock-solid profile and build connections that matter” by Angela Rose is a clear and straightforward guide to getting started on that particular platform. The author uses screenshots to guide one through the process...

  • Review: Masking for Trouble A Costume Shop Mystery, #2

    “Masking for Trouble” by Diane Vallere is a great view of the challenges of running a costume shop around Halloween. I loved the puns sprinkled throughout the story as well as the imaginative costumes, and found myself chuckling at the name “Disguise...

  • Review: The Last Good Cowboy Morgan Ranch, #3

    “The Last Good Cowboy” by Kate Pearce is a lovely adult contemporary western romance that gives not only a progress report on some of the Morgan brothers but helps explain some of the family dynamics that have shaped each of them. I like the way things...

  • Review: Rescue Me Montana Rescue Book #2

    “Rescue Me” by Susan May Warren is a mixture of emotional struggles and an exciting look at the dangers and beauties of Montana and its denizens. The story starts on an exciting note and things continue to ramp up both in terms of danger and emotional...

  • Review: The Summer of Bad Ideas

    Review by Endy (12 years old) “The Summer of Bad Ideas” is pretty cute and I really thought it was interesting that they were going to Florida. I live there. I think that kids my age should know that some of the ideas in this book can get you hurt, like...

  • Review: Shadowcaster Shattered Realms, #2

    “Shadowcaster” has a perfect blend of action, characters, battles and omg cliffhangers!!! So be warned! If you loved book one you WILL die hard love this story! It doesn't pick up where book one ends off. I won't tell you any more than that. Overall,...

  • Review: Lost Mate

    “Lost Mate” by Dirk Greyson is an entertaining but all-too-short tale that follows a pair of males who are destined to be mates but whose initial encounter takes place before either has reached maturity. I like the caring and nurturing nature that each...

  • Review: Fire and Ice Carlisle Cops Book 2

    “Fire and Ice” by Andrew Grey is both a touching romance and a heartwrenching look at one of the heinous crimes that can be perpetrated against young innocents by those who are supposed to care and nurture them. Those with triggers should read with caution...

  • Review: Fire and Rain Carlisle Cops Book 3

    “Fire and Rain” by Andrew Grey introduces another element into the series as Officer Kip finds a romantic partner worth fighting for. I love the compassion and concern that the big tough cops in this series demonstrate and I think little Isaac practically...

  • Review: Magick & Mayhem An Abracadabra Mystery

    This story was a bit dryer than I expected. It is set up to be a wonderful humorous mystery. I found all the elements to be there but the humor doesn’t always take off. Yet, the story was interesting and quirky. It has a wonderful combination of magic,...

  • Review: Steeplejack A Steeplejack novel, #1

    I am always on the lookout for something new and man is “Steeplejack” it! I am so excited in finding this wild and very creative as well as different story. “Steeplejack” is full of mystery, action, and some very diverse characters. This story hit it...

  • Review: Firebrand A Steeplejack novel, #2

    If you thought book one was good then you are going to die when you read “Firebrand”, book two!!! This book has it all. Get ready for phenomenal world building, wonderful characters, and great pacing! This is another great story that I couldn't put down....

  • Review: Nine Lives Lifeline Book 1

    "Nine Lives" is about Erin, a girl who sees things that shouldn’t be there—living shadows. She thinks she’s going crazy until she meets someone who also sees what she does, and she’s not sure if she should trust him or not. I was really excited for this...

  • Review: Remember Me Forever Lovely Vicious Book 3

    "Remember Me Forever" is the third and final book in the Lovely Vicious series. I have to say that this was an amazing, mind-blowing conclusion. When I first read the series, it was independently published, and I loved it. And now that I read it again,...

  • Review: Enslaving the Day Touched by Fire Book 2

    "Enslaving the Day" is an enjoyable and sexy historical romance. Annalise and Gordon are an engaging couple and every conversation has sensual undertones. Their story is one of misunderstandings and jealous reactions. The ups and downs of their journey...

  • Review: The Farthest Edge The Honey Series, #2

    Let me preface by saying that I usually like my Doms to be male and I had my reservations going in about having the hero be the sub in the D/s relationship. Kristen Ashley thoroughly alleviated my worries and then some. In fact, if you don't like your...

  • Review: The Whisperer

    As I began my reading of "The Whisperer," I did have my doubts regarding how much I would be able to be convinced that I could love the story. Thankfully, I ended up falling in love with the western-theme of a South African romance. I immensely fell in...

  • Review: The Disappearance of Lady Edith The Undaunted Debutantes Book 1

    Christina McKnight introduces a delightful cast of characters in the first of her series. Lady Edith Pelton might be young and she has already experienced a horrible tragedy but she doesn't let emotion overrule her brain and I couldn't help but admire...

  • Review: Wear Your Heart on Your Skin Romance on the Go

    I just finished reading a quick read named, “Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve” written by LA Marlowe. I chose this book for the sweet title and fascinating cover. I am not sure if I would have chose it if I realized it was such a short, short story!!! I...

  • Review: Patterned After Death Southern Sewing Circle Mystery, #12

    I picked this up because I love a good mystery. What I didn't realize when I picked it up is that it is the 12th book in a series. Unfortunately, for me, this is not what I would consider a standalone novel. Since I had not read any of the previous works...

  • Review: Wolf Line: Northern Lights Edition Granite Lake Wolves Book 5

    Jared is having a morning coffee with some of his pack’s hierarchy when he notices the two older brothers of the girl he was with the previous night looking for someone and that someone is probably him. While trying to evade them, Jared sneaks on board...

  • Review: Silver Silence Psy-Changeling Trinity, #1

    This looks to be the first book in a new series based in Ms. Singh’s Psy-Changeling world. It contains many of the characters found in the original series but this series is about the rebuilding of the world and it’s power struggles between the races....

  • Review: No Turning Back

    Don't turn out the lights, close the curtains, lock the door because this book will have your arm hairs standing on end. The author has a twisted plot that is like a web, twisting and turning here and there. You will be turning the pages as fast as you...

  • Review: Hell's Detective A Mystery

    This is a fun read and is well written and put together well. A mystery that is a little naughty on the side. The author gives characters that are off the beaten path and parts of the book will make you star with wide open eyes wondering if you just read...

  • Review: The Reluctant Highlander The Highland Series Book 1

    “The Reluctant Highlander” is one of my first Amanda Scott titles, but I can tell you it won't be the last. I really loved the romance and relationship between Ormiston and MacFinlagh. It was a fabulous time getting to know them both and each person’s...

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Olivia's Escape by Cindy A. Matthews, Adrian J. Matthews

Seventeen-year-old Olivia Brown is abducted on her way home from a night out and wakes up to find herself imprisoned by a vampiric race in a dark city bathed in eternal night. Hernando, a handsome half-human slave, reveals what is intended for her - they want her blood for the upcoming festival. Together they escape, and find friends and allies in unexpected places.

Joining a resistance cell, they help plot a revolution and fall in love. Their group plans to take control of the Portal, a teleportation device that links Earth to the world of BloodDark. Getting into the City of Night is a challenge. A narrow window of opportunity opens - but what awaits them in the caverns located deep beneath the city?

Will Olivia and Hernando survive the battle? If she returns to Earth, will Olivia ever see Hernando again?

Last Ascension by Rebecca Royce


Lael Hudson has had enough. He made a terrible mistake years earlier and has never been able to forgive himself. His brothers don’t trust him and life seems like a series of pointless encounters—one after another, all meaningless. Until he makes a decision—leave the Guardians forever. Start a new life, one of his own making.

Margot Fox woke up one day in a small apartment in a city she didn’t recognize without any memories at all. She has one piece of paper in her pocket warning her of danger. What is she to do? When the little money she does have runs out she has no choice but to seek help outside, which is when she runs smack into Lael Hudson.

Despite his decision to stay out of Guardian affairs, Lael can’t deny his super human powers make him want to protect the woman who is convinced she must have been abducted by aliens. Together, they will discover the truth is more heinous than either of them could have imagined and that they will have to face the truth of their pasts if they ever to have a future.

*Please note, this book has been previously published by a publisher that has closed. Everything remains the same, even the cover*

Dreamweaver by CS Friedman


When Jessica Drake learned that her DNA didn’t match that of her parents, she had no idea that investigating her true heritage would put her family’s lives in danger, and ultimately force her to cross into another world.

There, in an alternate Earth dominated by individuals with frightening mental powers called Gifts, Jessica learned of a curse within her blood, one so terrifying that all who possessed it were destroyed on sight. For she is a Dreamwalker, and the same dark Gift that allows her to enter the dreams of others will eventually destroy her mind and spread insanity to all around her. 

Now the deadly wraiths known as reapers, createdto hunt down the last Dreamwalkers, are starting to target her family. In order to destroy them she must seek out a mysterious shapeshifting tower where the secret of the reapers’ creation—and her own Dreamwalker heritage—can be found. Joining forces once more with the ex-Shadow Isaac and loremaster Sebastian, she travels to the Badlands, a region on the alternate Earth from which no traveler has ever returned.

But her efforts to unlock the secrets of the past will soon ignite the flames of an ancient war, as the deadand the undead gather to fight their final battle against the Dreamwalkers—with Jessica and Isaac on the front lines, and the fate of her entire homeworld at stake.