• Review: In 27 Days

    “In 27 Days” is a fast paced story that has the reader flipping through the pages. Hadley has made a deal with Death! She is going to go back in time to stop a classmate from killing himself. I was swept up into the drama of this book and how Hadley goes...

  • Review: The City of Ice Gates of the World, #2

    I did not get an opportunity to read the first book in this series, but I enjoyed this sequel. The Kressind siblings all seem to be in the thick of things at all times. And generally it is because of the choices they make. Trassan has a great iron ship...

  • Review: Solo

    Well, I need to learn to read it seems. When I grabbed “Solo” for review, I didn't read the full blurb and details. I didn't see where it said this book was in poetic style. Go me! Well, I am kind of glad I didn't see that this was written like that....

  • Review: All Things New

    All Things New started out a little slow for me but once I got to page 8 it picked up. I was caught in the story of this girl who had a horrible experience and then went through the thought “Am I crazy?” She saw things others didn't, she felt things others...

  • Review: Until You Loved Me Silver Springs, #3

    I don’t know how I have time for anything other than reading when there’s a new book out by Brenda Novak. I truly covet each and every story by this amazing talent. Every book so far in the Silver Springs series has been an unqualified winner so I couldn’t...

  • Review: Generation Decks The Unofficial History of Gaming Phenomenon Magic: The Gathering

    This is the amazing true story of how Magic: The Gathering became the card game it is today. It is an in depth look at the industries involved and how this game influenced millions of people by looking at the origins back in the early '90's and how much...

  • Review: Caramel Crush Cupcake Bakery Mystery, #9

    A yummy read all the way to end! Ms. Mckinlay does an outstanding job making murder tasteful with every page. The characters are well developed for the series, yet this novel can read as a standalone as well. Even with murder in the forefront, humor is...

  • Review: Prayer for the Dead An Inspector McLean Novel, #5

    A fast-paced read from beginning to the end. This book is in a series, but does well as a standalone. The characters are well established and fully developed. Murder and mayhem abound in this novel. The chapters are tightly packed with details. And the...

  • Review: The Return Amish Beginnings Book #3

    Betsy Zook was raised in a strict environment and her beau was Hans. Hans adored Betsy. She never doubted the way she was being raised. But things changed. There is an Indian raid and Betsy is taken captive. While she is being held against her will, she...

  • Review: Barrel Proof Agents Irish and Whiskey, #3

    Layla Reyne finishes her trilogy with an absolute bang! As sorry as I am to say goodbye to this fabulous pair I couldn't have enjoyed their ending more. With this instalment the other ads even more layers to the terrorist mystery and everyone finally...

  • Review: Owl and the Japanese Circus Owl, #1

    "Owl and the Japanese Circus" is the first book in the Adventures of Owl series. The book starts off with us meeting Alix aka Owl, an ex-archaeologist student turned international antiquities thief, who is getting chased by powerful vampires who want...

  • Review: SEAL Wolf Undercover SEAL Wolf, #5

    This book is another fantastic story from Terry Spear. I've loved all of this author's books and this one was as captivating as the very first one I read. It caught my attention at the beginning and I had no trouble staying engaged until the end. I always...

  • Review: Never Dare a Dragon Boston Dragons, #3

    Ashlyn Chase absolutely lights it up with hot and hilarious romance. Jayce Fierro is a fun loving, firefighting, committed to his family man, what more could any woman want in a hero. Add in the fact that he's an honest to goodness phoenix shifter. Kristine...

  • Review: Retribution Valentine Shepherd, #2

    "Retribution" is the second book in the Valentine Shepherd series. A few months have passed since the ending of the first book, Vengeance. We find out that Valentine and Max have broken up because of the devastating news that Valentine found out at the...

  • Review: Reckoning Valentine Shepherd, #3

    "Reckoning", the third and final book in the Valentine Shepherd series, lived up to itself title name. It hit me like a rocket and left me in straight awe, and that’s the reason why I don’t want to disclose any blurb about this book. I want readers to...

  • Review: Cherished Secrets

    C.B. Clark spins an intriguing and interesting mystery with this romantic suspense. Carrie Anne Hethrington is a heroine whom I found it easy to connect with even though I have absolutely nothing in common with her. I couldn't help but wonder just why...

  • Review: Shadow Girl An Afton Tangler Thriller, #2

    In the Second Afton Tangler thriller by Gerry Schmitt (aka Laura Childs, Tea Shop Mysteries, Cackleberry Club, Scrapbooking Mysteries) our heroine finds herself drawn into a case of a home shopping network’s mogul fight for life. First the plane carrying...

  • Review: Covert Acts Jamison Paxston #2

    “Covert Acts” is a story of drama, suspense and comedy. The merging of those elements makes this book an enlightening read and a 4.5 stars / Top Pick read. Don’t miss out on this suspense gem. The death of a hotel / casino executive results in a number...

  • Review: Gone to Dust Gravediggers Book 2

    Liliana Hart has done it again! This latest instalment in her Gravediggers series is fantastic. I want to be Miller Darling. She reminds me of Joan Wilder who was my role model. I love Miller's spunk, her dedication to her work, the fact that she puts...

  • Review: The Nanny Curvy Women Wanted Book 4

    Sam Crescent once again turns up the heat and delivers a fabulous short read that I couldn't put down. Leo Cole is a stunning hero who is determined to convince his nanny Cassie Owens that he's not only interested in her but that he's serious about it....

  • Review: Blood Will Tell

    Angel Nicholas draws readers in with this wonderfully complex romantic suspense. Laura Nichols has one heck of a unique life story and while I expected her to be a little more rich girl-ish I was pleasantly surprised to find she was a sincere, down to...

  • Review: Indigo Lake Ransom Canyon, #6

    Jodi Thomas’s books are always a treat because you end up with more than one story. She intertwines at least two stories into one in every book. One part is always about Lauren, Lucas, Tim and Reid. The other part is always about an unlikely couple and...

  • Review: Race Against Time

    Sharon Sala brings her A game to her latest romantic suspense novel. Right from the start you know that she’s going to be taking you on a journey rife with betrayal, love, courage, and intrigue. The book starts out with Starla, a young girl how makes...

  • Review: Wired Buchanan/Fbi

    As a long time fan of Julie Garwood’s books writing this review has been challenging. Let me start off by saying that I feel the book is well written and the storyline is interesting and worth the read. It was the relationship piece between Liam Scott...

  • Review: Pieces of Me

    "Pieces of Me" is the story of Shadow Harper and her struggle in recovering from an abusive and manipulative ex-husband. Much of the book focuses on Shadow’s coping mechanisms and dreams of the future. Walker does a great job of describing a realistic...

  • Review: Fuel for Fire Black Knights Inc., #10

    After reading the past few books in the BKI series I was really looking forward to Dagan Zoelner’s story and Julie Ann Walker did not disappoint. She stayed true to her character development over the BKI series and brought Dagan and Chelsea’s story roaring...

  • Review: The Atlantean Birthright The Eternal Love of the Seekers, #1

    I think this is the 2nd book I have read from Toya Richardson. I feel like she writes a story that you want to spend quality time getting to know the characters in the story! Get a feel for the setting! Generally getting sucked into the atmosphere and...

  • Review: Spun! Shamwell Tales

    JL Merrow's always been an auto-pick author of mine as I enjoy the brand of witticism and British tones in her stories. That said, I had a bit of ups and downs with "The Shamwell Tales" series, but Spun! is definitely on the up sphere of the bunch for...

  • Review: Down Home Cowboy Copper Ridge

    I’ve had the pleasure of reading most of the books in Maisey Yates’s Copper Ridge series, and let me tell you, this last installment does not disappoint! I found this book charming, sexy, and deep. The dialogue is funny (as usual), the plot is interesting,...

  • Review: Preying Game Decorah Security Series, Book #15

    Preying Game by Rebecca York includes telepathic abilities, a search and rescue, and a tense race against the clock. This fifteenth installment in the Decorah Security paranormal / romantic suspense series was a very fast paced thriller, with several...

  • Review: Boxed In Decorah Security Series, Book #16

    In "Boxed in" (Decorah Security #16) by Rebecca York Olivia receives a shipment of antiques that she believes could be stolen goods. Before she can catalog the pieces her computer locks up! YIKES. To fix things requires a phone call to computer expert...

  • Review: Keeping Claudia Toby & Claudia Book 2

    Suzanne McKenna did it again in the second installment of Toby and Claudia’s story. "Keeping Claudia" is a bit shorter than "Saving Toby" but is still almost 400 pages long. The story continues where "Saving Toby" ends, at the beginning of new relationship...

  • Review: Misconduct Birmingham Rebels

    Carmina, Tom and Danny just work together - I don't know how it all meshes together, but it does. Tom's the good-time-boy next door, but when he starts dominating Carmina and Danny, watch out. Danny's surliness just turns to sheer adorableness when he...

  • Review: Claiming Alexis Ace Security Book 2

    Susan Stoker has a new book out in her ACE Security Series and like all of her other series, this one is taking off with a bang! Alexis Grant had worked for Ace security for three months and has been helping with the case against the Masons (You’ll want...

  • Review: Seaside Seduction The Mac Brothers Book 1

    Aaron MacDonald is the oldest of four brothers. He is handsome, successful, and smart. He is living his life as the owner of a Toronto based construction company when a fateful phone call changes his life forever. A lawyer informs him that he and his...

  • Review: Seaside Passion The Mac Brothers Book 4

    Blake MacDonald is the youngest of four brothers who have recently inherited a large stretch of beach property from their absentee father who has passed away. Each brother has gone off and lived their own lives after a disappointing childhood. A dentist...

  • Review: Enticing the Enemy Hot in the City, #2

    As much as I loved the idea of the story, the delivery wasn't exactly bang-on. Like there were missing pieces or left-out issues that would've made this novella more gripping for me. Granted, "Enticing the Enemy" is the sequel to the ongoing Hot in the...

  • Review: Moving Target Guardian Security Book 1

    Desiree Holt is a must buy author for me and the start of this new series is the reason why. Kate Griffin is an absolute survivor, she's strong and intelligent and unbelievable resourceful, and I couldn't help but admire the fact she is doing all this...

  • Review: Silencing Memories Guardian Security Book 2

    Holy heck but Desiree Holt has outdone herself with this suspenseful romance. After reading the first in the series I thought it would be hard to top that fantastic story but she has definitely done so. Lindsey Farrell and Nick Vanetta are absolute magic!...

  • Review: Damage Control A Dirty Money Novel, #2

    I read “Hard Rules” by Lisa Reene Jones and just finished, “Damage Control” which is the second book in her series called, “Dirty Money”. A crazy, intense story that is written around several main characters!!!! In my opinion, it’s not really about the...

  • Review: An Unnatural Vice Sins of the Cities, #2

    Oohh.....I really liked this enemies to lovers story. The story starts with Nathaniel investigating Justin's psychic business. Nathaniel's convinced Justin and all others like him are just out to scam people and he despises how they use people's vulnerabilities...

  • Article: Healthy Honey Cookbook - 5 Stars / Top Pick - Inside The Cookbook

    "Healthy Honey Cookbook" , by Larry Lonik, is phenomenal. I love reading about different ways of being healthy without the pills and chemicals. The recipes are easy to follow and the ones I have tried so far turned out fabulous. The lore and...

  • Article: New Research Finds - Melting Pot

    As a student of history and writer of alternative history, I am always on the hunt for historical accounts of both people and events that may not have made it into traditional textbooks. This month’s selections focus on two areas often ignored:...

  • Review: Paper and Fire The Great Library, #2

    “Paper and Fire” by Rachel Caine takes up where “Ink and Bone” left off, immersing the reader back in the complicated world ruled by the Library and those who oversee it. The surprising revelation on the first page was a welcome discovery and it intensifies...

  • Review: The Waking Fire The Draconis Memoria, #1

    “The Waking Fire” by Anthony Ryan was a delightful surprise to me, as I had not read any stories by this author before yet was intrigued by his blurb. I love stories that unfold gradually and keep me wondering about the world and the author did a great...

  • Review: The Shadowed Path

    “The Shadowed Path: A Jonmarc Vahanian Collection” by Gail Z. Martin is a collection of short stories that give vivid glimpses of the events that shaped Jonmarc Vahanian. To someone unfamiliar with this remarkably capable individual, this is a wonderful...

  • Review: A Christmas Message

    “A Christmas Message” by Anne Perry is a beautiful seasonal mini-novel that features Vespasia and Victor Narraway, whose journey to Jerusalem, at a time considered pivotal for Christian religions, is imbued with far more significance than a pleasant travel...

  • Review: Catalina Eddy A Novel in Three Decades

    Daniel Pyne is a fantastic author when it comes to mystery and intrigue. This novel includes three separate stories, all taking place in different decades. The Big Empty occurs in the 50's and involves a dead wife to the main character who is determined...

  • Review: Until You Bachelor Brotherhood, #2

    “Until You” by Denise Grover Swank is a fun and frequently humorous look at the complications of being part of a wedding party. I love the sense of impending doom that plagues Tyler as his friends succumb to love and leave him in lonely bachelorhood....

  • Review: His Huntress

    Dusty has had a harsh existence and things aren't looking much brighter when a shifter "princess" approaches her for a favor. She is screwed if she does and screwed if she doesn't, so she chooses what she envisions as the least dangerous option. Joss...

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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*

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?

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.