• 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...

  • Review: Bad Housekeeping An Agnes & Effie Mystery, #1

    "Bad Housekeeping" is the first book in a new cozy mystery series! It’s about Agnes, a woman who stumbles upon the dead body of a woman she recently had a harsh altercation with. She must clear her name before she gets charged for murder. To start off,...

  • Review: The Chalk Artist

    I really didn’t connect with any of the characters in “The Chalk Artist”, but I liked the plot about things being temporary. Things change all the time in our lives and nothing stays the same. Things are washed away to make room for the new and we grow...

  • Review: Fierce Obsessions The Phoenix Pack Series

    FIERCE OBSESSIONS is the sixth book in Suzanne Wright's Phoenix Pack series. It is not a standalone, and I suggest reading the previous ones before this one. This isn't a series where I feel like I need to read the previous ones again in order to continue...

  • Review: Healthy Honey Cookbook Recipes, Anecdotes, and Lore

    "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 anecdotes...

  • Review: Back to You

    This was a fantastic romance suspense type story. Alex Buchanan and Benji Morning were best friends until their teens. Benji's sister turned up missing and it was an event that disrupted the entire community. Shortly after that Alex's parents started...

  • Review: Blood Kissed A Lizzie Grace Series, #1

    This was great start to this series. Lizzie is a witch with strong magical powers but she wants nothing to do with that side of herself. She comes from a powerful family and they have certain expectations from her that she does not want any part of. Lizzie...

  • Review: My Darling Gunslinger

    I'm fairly torn about this book - I liked Ty and I liked the rest of the motley crew and I liked Charlotte -- but the entire time I was reading the book I was wondering just why things had to get to the point where they did. Eventually they did finally...

  • Review: Slow Heat

    I originally agreed to review this without reading the blurb closely. I like this author and I thought this was a shifter/fated mate book which I love. It is not that. It's set in a dystopian type future world. Women all died off at some point and how...

  • Review: Garden of Thorns

    "Garden of Thorns" is about Rose, a girl who spent seven years in the Garden, which is a burlesque group made up of slave girls. When she finally escapes, she brings along a hostage. A hostage that is the former heir to the throne, and now leading a rebellion...

  • Review: Operation Prom Date

    Kate is in love with a popular quarterback and she wanted to take him to prom. And for that she needed help. And Cooper needs a rowing partner since his original partner broke his arm. Cooper agrees to help Kate with getting Mick to go to prom with her...

  • Review: War and Peach A Georgia Peach Mystery, #3

    Sometimes I'm in the mood for a fun cozy mystery and this one perfectly fit. Nola Mae owns a shop in Cays Mill, Georgia where there is an election for mayor in the process. Nola Mae favors town outsider Margie Price. The biggest competition for Margie...

  • Review: A Twist of the Knife Brigid Quinn Series, #3

    I really enjoyed this murder/suspense story. Brigid Quinn is a retired FBI agent and she's living in a different state than her family. She gets a call that her father is ill and she heads there to visit him. While there she connects with her friend Linda...

  • Review: A Serenade to Die For

    Janet Fogg and David Jackson turn the ignition switch and take readers for a wild ride of an adventure. The action starts right out of the gate and doesn't let up until the end. Isbel Vargas is one determined woman, she believes she can rescue her father...

  • Review: Secret of the Painted Lady Danger Cove, #1

    “Secret of the Painted Lady” is one funny read and it makes you want to slap the male character. I started reading and was just sucked right in and actually didn't realize I had been reading for two hours. It’s a great story line and the mystery of who...

  • Review: House of Dark Envy

    In “House of Dark Envy” you get art and mystery as well as a ruined reputation. I found the story between the pages to be a great read. I cannot help but like the history lessons in some of the story lines. Some of the history stuff I ended up reading...

  • Review: The Trouser Game

    The Trouser Game is an enjoyable romp with plenty of clever banter between the hero and heroine. The premise of the story is fresh, with a New Woman heroine who has just returned to England from university studies in the United States. Unbeknownst to...

  • Review: Run to Ground Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, #1

    Jules was an interesting character and her siblings were just adorable and funny as hell. Her little family was lucky to have her around and I loved how she took care of them. I also loved how they were with Theo’s K9 partner, Otto. Theo has some demons...

  • Review: A Touch of Frost

    Jo Goodman is one of my favorite western novelists. “A Touch of Frost” is the sixth book that I’ve read. I love her novels because not only are the plot and the subplot involved and appealing, the dialogue among the characters is humorous and catchy....

  • Review: Once Upon a Spine Bibliophile Mystery, #11

    I believe this is my first Kate Carlisle book but I'm positive it won't be my last. Okay really how could you not have a winner on your hands when it involves a murder mystery, books and chocolate pie? Throw in some truly unique parents and a future husband...

  • Review: Dating You / Hating You

    This was another great romantic comedy by these authors. Evie and Carter meet at a party of mutual friends. They are immediately attracted to one another but they're not sure they will be able to date. Both are celebrity agents in Hollywood and their...

  • Review: Highland Hellion Highland Weddings, #3

    Oh my gosh, hard headed female doesn’t even come close to describing Katherine. She wants everything her way and will do anything she can to do it. Willful and loyal to her adopted clan, Katherine is a fantastic character that will keep your interest....

  • Review: A Sky Full of Stars The Shaughnessy Brothers Book 5

    Shaughnessy family is always fun to read about and this book is no different from the rest though Owen Shaughnessy is definitely different from the rest of his family. Owen is matter of fact and doesn’t always get jokes or inferences in conversations....

  • Review: Cast the First Stone Ellie Stone Mysteries

    "Cast the First Stone" by James W. Ziskin is the fifth installment in the Ellie Stone Mystery series. This book seals the deal for me. Ellie is, without a doubt, one my favorite amateur sleuths. In this chapter, Ellie heads out to L.A. to cover a local...

  • Review: A Peace Divided Peacekeeper, #2

    “A Peace Divided” by Tanya Huff is another exciting story that features the inimitable Torin Kerr. I love the way I am instantly immersed in a world that is both familiar and disconcertingly alien when I open one of these books. It was like catching up...

  • Review: Only Skein Deep A Knitting Mystery, #15

    Maggie Sefton has written yet another awesome story filled with friendship, a splash of romance, good mystery, and lots of knitting!!!!!!!!! The book I am speaking so fondly of is “Only Skein Deep”!!!!! I have read her other books except the one right...

  • Review: The Breaking Light Split City Book 1

    I just wasn't able to finish "The Breaking Light". I got to around 20%. It just didn't work out for me at all. The book started out with the MC being held at knife point by her future love. And that was wonderful..............until.......she couldn't...

  • Review: Naomi's Hope Journey to Pleasant Prairie Book #3

    Naomi Schrock is living a peaceful life at her parent's home in 1846. She lives in an Amish Community. She has an adopted son, Davey. She is living a rather normal life with Davey and her family, but she knows she may never marry. She doesn't seem to...

  • Review: Talen Dark Protectors Novella

    Exhilarating action, immortally satisfying, the author, Rebecca Zanetti delivers a fresh bite to readers with the latest in her "Dark Protectors" series with the release of "Talen". Let's be honest I have zero guilt about confessing my love for the "Dark...

  • Review: A Sky Full of Stars The Shaughnessy Brothers Book 5

    A true romantic delight, "A Sky Full of Stars", is one of the top gems of romance this year. This year I have been taking a break from my normal readings of historical fiction and have hopped on board the contemporary romance train. I'm glad that I did....

  • Review: Elisha Mancer Dark Apostle, #4

    With Thomas back on the throne and Bridget thwarted for now, Elisha decides that he must go and stop the Mancers from around the world. They aren't just a problem in London but everywhere in the world. They are in control of some of the most powerful...

  • Review: Everything for Her

    I really enjoyed Oz and Mallory. Their banter back and forth really added to the overall story and Mallory's ability to call Oz on his stuff really played well. She has come from foster care with a good head on her shoulders and can handle herself. Oz...

  • Review: Sin With Me Bad Habit Book 3

    “Sin with Me” is a very steamy fun read that can be read in series order or as a standalone. I read it as a standalone. There were references to previous characters that could enhance the story for you. “Sin With Me” features Grace and Brody. Grace is...

  • Review: The Heart of What Was Lost A Novel of Osten Ard

    “The Heart of What Was Lost” is a pretty good epic fantasy. Unfortunately I did not read the first installment, but enjoyed this sequel. It is a very rich world with detailed characters and places. Some of the origin stories and magics’ of the world are...

  • Review: The Last Machine in the Solar System

    "The Last Machine in the Solar System" is a thin book with a long title. Between its pages it does have an interesting story. The story is the autobiography of an android that covers the span of human kind from the present until its demise. It looks hard...

  • Review: Our Short History

    "Our Short History" deals with a subject that is somewhat hard to talk about...DYING. Author Lauren Grodstein does a very good job at presenting this mesmerizing as well as heart wrenching ale. Readers are placed into a deeply moving story. What will...

  • Review: Forever is the Worst Long Time

    “Forever is the Worst Long Time” is a novel full of emotion. Expect to experience love, friendship, betrayal, loss, regret, and forgiveness. We get three main characters in James, Lou and Rob. They are all far from perfect. They all make stupid mistakes...

  • Review: Finding You Destination Love, #3

    “Finding You” is a wonderful and interesting romance told from the heroine's POV. Readers are taken on quite an adventure as adopted Jane now twenty five sets out to find her biological-birth father. Her father Dimitri is from Greece. Jane soon finds...

  • Review: Diminished Winter's Wrath Book 2

    “Diminished” by Bianca Sommerland gives us a different perspective of the complicated relationships in the band that has clawed its way out of the morass it was in due to the guilt and self-destructive behavior caused by the tragic death of their leader....

  • Review: Seized by Seduction The Protectors, #2

    Brenda Jackson's “Seized by Seduction” is appropriately titled. I was held confined to my lounge chair with this delicious page turner from start to finish. As a reader I was seized by the well-crafted plot and characterization of the main players in...

  • Review: Darkest Hour Before Dawn THIRDS Book 9

    “Darkest Hour Before Dawn” was well worth the wait for Seb and Hudson's story. We first meeting Hudson in “Hell and High Water” and then Seb in “Blood and Thunder. Thru each of the Thirds series we get to see bits and pieces of their story until we get...

  • Review: Elisha Rex Dark Apostle, #3

    Once again Elisha tries to help and ends up in over his head. This time his closest friends Thomas and Rosie (Thomas's wife) have been taken and no one can find them. The city has also been locked by fans of Elisha who are angry at what happened to him...

  • Review: Point and Shoot Death and Destruction series Book 5

    We are now to the 5th book in the Death and Destruction series. This is a really enjoyable and hilarious read. Jarrett and Thayne are at it again causing mischief and mayhem as they solve another case in Los Angles. I've followed their antics from the...

  • Review: Cask Strength Agents Irish and Whiskey series, #2

    Layla Reyne absolutely mesmerized me with the second book in her fascinating trilogy. Lucky for me I had book number three ready in the wings and I didn't have to go through any withdrawals. Whiskey and Irish are one of the best crime fighting duos I...

  • Review: Bayside Desires Bayside Summers Book 1

    Melissa Foster creates the perfect summer read with this first in her new contemporary series. Desiree Cleary is such an awesome heroine. Her personality is such a wonderful mixture of sweet and sexy as well as straight-laced and carefree. Her boldness...

  • Review: Their Pretend Amish Courtship The Amish Bachelors

    Amish books are clean and have a lesson behind them. This book is sweet and lovely with two main characters that you just know from the start that they are meant for each other. It wasn't so serious, just a fun read that will let you get away from the...

  • Review: Reunited with the P.I. Honor Bound #2

    I wouldn’t have chosen this book if I didn’t think I would like it, but I do think I got more than I had bargained for!!! When a key witness fails to appear in court, Simone is in big trouble, but she knows Maya wouldn’t simply bail. The judge gives her...

  • Review: Rebel Custody The Demon Horde Motorcycle Club Series, #2

    Welcome back to the Demon Horde MC. This is the follow up book to book 1 Enforcer Price. Skeeter is a member of the Demon Hordes and he’s back from serving in the military when he gets news that he has a son. He’s will to do about anything to get him...

  • Review: The Wolves of Fenrir Box Set

    This is a 4 book box set featuring: (1) A wolf to watch over me – featuring Lauren and Hakon (2) A most wanted wolf – featuring Ule and Andrew (3) Silver Wolf Rising – Niall and Dagny (4) The wolf who came in from the cold- Rig and Mirea This book is...

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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?