• Review: Highland Promise The Sons of Gregor MacLeod Book 1

    "Highland Promise" is a really good historical romance! I loved the premise for this series, the rich storytelling, and also the endearing characters. Darach MacKenzie made a great Highlander hero. He tried so hard to keep from losing his heart to Caitlin...

  • Review: Christmas in a Cowboy's Arms

    The stories in “Christmas in a Cowboy's Arms” will warm your heart on a cold winter's night. Factor in the upcoming holidays and you have a perfect book for the season. What if you were miles from the nearest town, the nearest neighbor in the Wild West?...

  • Review: Death on Tap A Sloan Krause Mystery

    “Death on Tap” has a very different topic when it comes to cozy mysteries. Author Ellie Alexander has taken on beer brewing. You don't see cozy mysteries with beer brewing as the center topic. I’m not much into that topic, but I decided to try and see...

  • Review: Holiday Spice The Shaughnessy Brothers Book 6

    This looks to be the last book in the Shaughnessy series as the last single people in the family are getting married by the end of the book. This story is spectacular as it meshes two very different people and shows two very different ways of dealing...

  • Review: Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas

    If you’ve never read a Terry Spear’s book and concerned about starting in the middle of the series, STOP. This is a perfect book to read and get a feel for her world. The primary characters are a newly turned group of Artic Wolves. They don’t have all...

  • Review: A.L.F.A. Mates An A.L.F.A. Novel, #1

    Milly Taiden offers paranormal fans a delightful duo with this "A.L.F.A. Mates". Heck you get not only one decidedly delicious shifter hero but two and two feisty curvy heroines. And best of all you have two happily ever afters. This author has a fabulous...

  • Review: Sugar Pine Trail Haven Point

    What can I say, "Sugar Pine Trail" just gives me the feels! I love this book; it got me hooked from the first line and the characters are just delightful. The seventh installment to RaeAnne Thayne's "Haven Point" series brings former army pilot James...

  • Review: Alchemy With Benefits Sorcery by the Sea Book 3

    Though marked the third book in Ms. Leon’s Sorcery of the Sea series, this book actually follows book one. Regardless, you can start with this one as it does stand alone. Comical errors and a ghostly sea captain make this book extremely humorous. The...

  • Review: Immortally Yours An Argeneau Novel

    This book is part of the Lynsay Sands Immortal series but each book stands alone so don’t worry about starting in the middle. The worse thing that will happen is you’ll want to read all of the books and at this point there are quite a few. What is awesome...

  • Review: Chasing Christmas Eve A Heartbreaker Bay Novel

    This story may be set at Christmas time but it’s more than just another Christmas story. The characters have lives, issues and solutions that started before Dec and definitely will be there after December. Colbie and Spencer are fantastic characters that...

  • Review: Lazy Son Hell's Son Book 1

    Well here's a shocker; the antichrist is kind of lazy. He has no direction, no ambition and is pretty laid back. Likes the occasional drink and loose woman, too. In fact, he sounds kind of average. And that really is disappointing .... to him. Raised...

  • Review: New Tricks A Redwood Ridge Romance

    Loved the small town feel, loved the humor, and loved the sweetness of New Tricks. There's grief and loss, painful amounts of it, but New Tricks does a wonderful job of acknowledging that terrible things happen while giving warm reassurance that there...

  • Review: All I Want for Halloween

    Halloween has never been so fun! I absolutely loved this story. The characters come to life and they are very down to earth. Don’t expect millionaires or superstars because you get a biker and a baker. Okay, there is a little reality tv thrown in there...

  • Review: Tangled Up in Tinsel Sunshine Creek Vinyard

    A strong legacy is the number one priority for the Kincade brothers. There isn't anything they won't do to protect it. At least that's what they thought. But what about LOVE? Readers get ready for a wonderful Christmas set book. Parker Kincade has a new...

  • Review: Caught by the Scot Made to Marry Book 1

    Karen Hawkins never lets me down! And the story between the pages of "Caught by the Scot" is definitely no exception to that rule. From the first sentence I was drawn into the story. I was engulfed in emotion and already invested in whatever would happen...

  • Review: The Forgotten Beasts of Eld

    "The Forgotten Beasts of Eld" is a delightful story, wonderfully woven with poetic prose. Phillip’s has a distinctly lyrical voice and her words flow on the page. Myths and legends come alive, riddles abound, and magic seeps through each word. This is...

  • Review: Osiris

    In “Osiris” a United States President's goals and ambitions are put on hold when there is a major terrorist attack. The President is placed into a situation whereby there is a massive loss of American lives and he risks his future presidency. On the spot...

  • Review: When the Scoundrel Sins Capturing the Carlisles, #2

    "When the Scoundrel Sins" has a unique twist on the idea of the marriage of convenience. Harrington’s characters are interesting and fun, and they find themselves in the most delicious situations. Quinton has both an inexplicable desire for Annabelle...

  • Review: Ten Days With the Highlander

    Hayson Manning spins a lovely Scottish yarn with "Ten Days With the Highlander". Georgia Paxton is a force to be reckoned with, a determined American businesswoman who travels the globe staying at one location for a few weeks before moving on. She's confident...

  • Review: The Silvers

    "The Silvers" is a unique science fiction story. It's a bit different than anything I've read before. Humans have gone to the Silver Planet to look for water. They find native people and they are so placid that the human crew does not think they are intelligent...

  • Review: Smolder Underground Encounters Book 1

    Lisa Carlisle's "Smolder" from her Underground Encounters Series, was a great kick-off to what is going to be a great series...if all the other ones are as good as "Smolder". Nike is a female firefighter during the day and when she's not at work, she's...

  • Review: The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories

    It is very rare to come across a short story collection that can have so much to tell readers that go beyond the stories within it. That is the experience that I had when I read the book The Paper Menagerie by Ken Liu. Here was a book that did not just...

  • Review: The Thing with Feathers

    It’s become very hit and miss when it comes to my liking of contemporary novels. I have to say “The Thing with Feathers” was a successful hit out of the park! It started off so funny and held that until the very last chapters. This book will rip your...

  • Review: Merely a Marriage

    Author Jo Beverly has been a long-time favorite of mine. So, I was very excited to run across this book, the latest installment in her award-winning Regency romances. I was not disappointed in the least. While the story starts off a little slow, it very...

  • Review: Lethal Lies Blood Brothers, #2

    "Lethal Lies" is the 2nd book in Rebecca Zanetti’s awesome Blood Brothers series. There are several trademarks to a Zanetti novel; an alpha male, a strong woman, passion with a side of naughty, and a storyline that will keep you up past your bedtime to...

  • Review: Priestess A Modern Greek Myth Book 2

    I normally adore novels about the Greek Gods and their ploys in the lives of mortals. Priestess is a novel similar to this. Sadly, I found it lacking. The story has a lot of promise, but is sadly disjointed and uninformative. I am aware there is a book...

  • Review: Going Dark The Lost Platoon, #1

    I really liked this suspenseful book! This series starting book has action, intrigue and pure sexiness all over the place. After a covert mission went FUBAR, Dean had gone dark, that's Navy SEAL talk for laying low while everyone else thinks that you're...

  • Review: The Final Score A Play-by-Play Novel Book 13

    Oh my gosh, this story in Ms. Burton’s Play-By-Play series really reminds you that time is passing by. I can remember when Nathan is introduced as a child and now the book is about him and his father is retired from football. But, all that aside, this...

  • Review: Catching Captain Nash The Dashing Widows Book 6

    Catching Captain Nash is the 6th and final story in the Dashing Widows series. Anna Campbell has been holding the best for last as readers finally get to witness the reunion of Morwenna and Robert. During the 5 previous novels, readers have known that...

  • Review: Last Gentleman Standing

    Jane Ashford has become synonymous with outstanding classic Regency romances and this story is proof of why. Lady Elisabeth Elham is a fabulous leading lady. She is so genuine and it was a pleasure watching her accept her inheritance and act upon it in...

  • Review: Highland Flame Highland Weddings, #4

    Without even realizing it, suddenly the book was done but I wasn’t ready for it to be finished. I was so wrapped up in the story that time flew by and I wasn’t even aware. Yes, it was that spellbinding. The characters came to life with such ease and they...

  • Review: Raw Heat Larson Brothers, #3

    Like your romances sexy? Then Cherrie Lynn has delivered it with "Raw Heat". This is the third book in the Larson Brothers series. The main character in this book is Damien. He is the youngest of the Larson boys. The author shows him as being successful,...

  • Review: To Touch You The Mates Series, #4

    “To Touch You” by Cardeno C is an interesting twist on the forbidden love theme in multiple dimensions. Not only is there the crossing of the taboo line between shifters and vampires, there is Sal’s initial condition which makes him even more of an anathema,...

  • Review: Hers, Untamed A Science Fiction Romance

    Alyssa has finally saved up money to purchase a "pet". Jax is a feral animal-alien male who Alyssa jumps at. Jax has no desire to be the sex toy of Alyssa. From the get go he wants nothing more than to be free, but neither can deny there's a sexual attraction....

  • Review: Dirty Deeds The Dirty Series

    "Dirty Deeds" was the first in an exciting new romantic suspense series. Alec catches Gaige trying to hack into his business and despite his complete distrust of the man, Alec finds himself attracted to him. Things are far more complicated that they seem...

  • Review: Stay Close (For You)

    Ever wonder what happened to the progeny of Ryan "Captain" Justice and Paige Turner? Well this answers half of that question. While not as long and not as dirty as her parents story, the insta love between Penelope and Ivan was still a hot read. Penelope...

  • Review: The Art of Keeping Secrets

    Secrets, we all have them. Some should stay secret forever and others, well they need to come to light. In this book we are give three misfit mothers. They are not your typical mothers at all and they are close, sharing all. At least they thought so....

  • Review: Lust, Lace & Lingerie Holding Max Book 1

    Bree has the perfect job managing a lingerie store. Her boss is yummy to look at and she gets to spend her day in lingerie talking sex, toys, and what to wear to seduce. Having feelings for him has never been convenient, but now that he is single you'd...

  • Review: The Blockade First Salik War, #3

    “The Blockade” by Jean Johnson is the final book in this particular trilogy. I enjoy the interactions between the main characters and I love the psi elements of this series but for some reason I wasn’t as enthralled as I usually am with this author’s...

  • Review: The Scottish Duke

    “The Scottish Duke” by Karen Ranney follows Lorna Gordon who goes through several radical life changes but doesn’t lose her sense of daring, which could result in more of a setback than anticipated. I was impressed by her strength of character although...

  • Review: Too Scot to Handle Windham Brides, #2

    “Too Scot to Handle” by Grace Burrowes centers around Miss Anwen Windham and her remarkable connection to the recently elevated Lord Colin MacHugh. Each of these characters doesn’t quite fit into the mold that society wants to put them into and I love...

  • Review: A Coldwater Warm Hearts Wedding The Coldwater Series, #2

    “A Coldwater Warm Hearts Wedding” by Lexi Eddings is a lovely story about second chances and reputations. The gradual revelations about various secrets that have changed lives and family dynamics are interwoven with the fun descriptions of the madness...

  • Review: Rekindled Flame Rekindled Flame Book 1

    “Rekindled Flame” by Andrew Grey showcases firefighter Morgan Ayers as he unexpectedly reconnects with Richard Smalley, reminding him of the intense but all-too-brief connection they had when they were both young boys. I love watching the way each man...

  • Review: Cleansing Flame Rekindled Flame Book 2

    “Cleansing Flame” by Andrew Grey contains a pair of lovely stories told in tandem, starting with a grad student, Dayne Mills, who has been through his share of trauma, and a firefighter, Lawson Martin, who offers to help him after Dayne’s life implodes...

  • Review: Another Time Guardians of Now Book 1

    Another Time is the first book in the Guardians of Now series by Donna Steele. The book is a fun and quick read. It has love, chaos, a strong female character who has the support of the man in her life and an adventure of a lifetime. The story has a good...

  • Review: Wild Cards Sorcery by the Sea Book 2

    Though this book is labeled as part of the Sorcery by the Sea series, it is only very loosely attached. That is it only mentions San Buena and is not actually set there. It is set in Las Vegas and there is a lot more than flashy lights happening there....

  • Review: The Playboy Bachelor The Bachelors of Arizona, #2

    “The Playboy Bachelor” has the right elements for a reunion romance, but it didn’t quite gel for me. I had difficulty connecting with the characters even though I couldn’t help but sympathize with them for the horrendous challenges that changed their...

  • Review: Monster in the Closet The Baltimore Series

    Monster’s are alive and well in our world. They may not be the monsters under our bed that scare little kids but they do exist. From the time she was little Taylor had to live with the knowledge that her father was a monster that could not be trusted....

  • Review: Disorderly Conduct The Academy, #1

    I just wanted to snatch up Charlie and put him in my pocket. He's an alpha in the developmental stage and he was just yummy. Envisioning his future using the edicts decreed by his older brother and father, he's operating at a disadvantage and doesn't...

  • Review: Dirty Dancing at Devil's Leap A Hellcat Canyon Novel, #3

    Julie Anne Long’s "Dirty Dancing at Devil’s Leap" is an outright delight! The characters are great, the dialogue is witty, and the plot is fun. This is the first book I’ve read by Julie Anne Long, and her style is catching – I’m excited to read more!...

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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.

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?