Review: Refuge by H.L. Day

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Blake can’t believe the hot guy is actually making eyes at him in the cafe one day. Not even his best friend and fellow cafe worker Cherry can quite convince him—until Blake finds himself being intensely studied by the deepest set of brown eyes. It should […]

Review: Caught in Your Wake by Darien Cox

Rating: 4 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Tim Patterson is the forest ranger for Singing Bear Village. He prides himself on knowing everything that goes on in the village, but it turns out there was a whole lot he didn’t know. He also sees himself as strong and fearless, but his […]

Review: Loving Kit by L.M. Brown

Rating: 3 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel When Logan McRae wakes up, he doesn’t expect to find two very alien males staring at him through the glass of his cyro unit. Logan is a pilot and he was supposed to wake up in order to guide his transport ship […]

Review: Bring Me the Dead by Becky Black

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel It has been a million years since the Empire fell, an empire ruled by mysterious beings with advances far beyond what humanity can manage, even now. Academics study their writing, their history, their wonders, and their artifacts while tomb raiders and pirates […]

Review: Blackwelder 2164 by Christopher D.J.

Rating: 3.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Aliens called Eluminarians have entered the solar system and attacked. On top of that, a militant group called Retribution (think separatists ala Timothy McVeigh) wants to destroy the government. Enter Spencer Blackwelder, a sharp shooter working with others to train for the […]

Review: Tap-Dancing the Minefields by Lyn Gala

Rating: 2.75 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel “Tank” Tankersley is lugging around a delivery of MREs destined for an Alaskan military base. Having recently joined the army himself, he’s still working on a few things, like having opinions, sticking his nose where it doesn’t belong, and running head first […]

Review: Dalí by E.M. Hamill

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Science fiction, especially speculative science fiction, more than any other genre, in my opinion, has had the greatest impact upon modern society. It is progressive, influential, and always forward thinking. From the first black member of a prime-time ensemble cast, who just […]

Review: Rogue Wolf by Elliot Cooper

Rating: 4.25 stars Buy Link: Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel Trent Rolston captians the Cygnus, a space yacht he and his crew use to…well be pirates. They make a decent living and Trent trusts his crew completely, even though he knows they have secrets. Especially Vince, the Fenrite who always stays in […]