Review: Balefire by Jordan L. Hawk

Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel It is clear that time is running out to stop the Masters from returning and ending the world as we know it. Whyborne is determined to do all he can to help in the fight, especially as the violence and bloodshed increases. When Whyborne’s […]

Review: Caledonia Destiny by Lexi Ander

Rating: 4.25 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Ewen mhic Friscalach is both leader to his people, yet set apart from them. Despite the fact he is a wyrbear, he cannot shift. His Bear lives within him, uneasy and uncomfortable, and Ewen has learned to accept the fact that he […]

Review: Behind These Doors by Jude Lucens

Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel When Lucien Saxby walked into the box seat, he thought he’d found a delightful dalliance with a high class man. He never imagined he’d be risking his life for the type of consuming love that constantly left him desperate for more and […]

Review: Unfit to Print by K.J. Charles

Rating: 4 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Vikram Pandey is a wealthy lawyer and he tries to help out less fortunate Indian families with legal aid when needed. So many of the Indian workers in London are poor and mistreated, and it is important to Vik to provide help when he can. […]

Review: A Gentleman Never Keeps Score by Cat Sebastian

Rating: 5 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Hartley Sedgwick had made it as a London gentleman. His fashionable clothes and high social standing were a far cry from his unconventional upbringing. But all that fell apart when gossip exposed the relationship Hartley had with his godfather when he was just a […]

Review: A Tender Curiosity by Charlie Cochet

Rating: 4.25 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Anthology A Tender Curiosity is a sweet collection of novellas from Charlie Cochet that do not especially connect in theme, but all have a nostalgic tone. The setting for each is roughly in post-prohibition, Great Depression-era, New York City. The lingo really helped […]

Review: The Medium by Bonnie Dee

Rating: 4.25 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Justin Crump is used to skeptics. As a practicing medium, he’s met plenty of people who are quick to call him a fraud. But his skills are real and while he doesn’t fully understand them, they allow him to do good work […]

Review: Under Siege by Sandra Bunino

Rating: 3 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Short Story John Siege is working at the lowest level as a deckhand on Captain Andreas Waite’s pirate ship. He’s just trying to keep his head down and get to land after a mutiny occurred on his own ship and he found himself […]