Tag Archives : Paranormal romance


Sarah Fine’s “Marked”

Marked “Marked” was a good read. Sarah Fine does a superb job at creating a supernatural story line that is unique and gripping while blending in a love story that only gets more complicated as you go. The time period isn’t incredibly well-defined but it definitely has a post-apocalyptic vibe to it. Large cities now lack running water and most people are far worse off than they are today. Crime is rampant and unless you land a once-in-a-lifetime position, you’re going to struggle for all Read more […]

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Marie Hall’s “Her Mad Hatter”

Alice Hu owns and works at the Hatter’s Cupcakery and Tea Shoppe, reveling in her fascination with Wonderland and the start of a new business venture in Waikiki, Hawaii. But on the heels of her fantastic first day, she takes the card with a white rabbit that a strange customer gives her, and follows the instructions written on it: Rub Me. She barrels into Wonderland, at the feet of the Mad Hatter, a deliciously handsome and off-his-rocker denizen of Wonderland. Or is he more than that? Because Read more […]


Candace Knoebel’s “Everlasting”

Faye Middleton is sure she is a Defect. In her Primeval society, that means she has no powers, and when she goes to her Culling ceremony, she will be cast out of the way of life she has known since birth. In her world, she is part of a dual society, the Coven, populated by Hunters( usually male) and Witches (usually female), two parts of a whole who form a life-long bond together. Hunters and Witches need each other to work their magic, their affinity bond usually leading to a closeness that results Read more […]

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Madeline Pryce’s “Claiming Ecstasy”

My first jump into Ellora’s Cave “Quickies,” but I should have expected the Wham! Bam! I may be jaded, but there it was, right in my face, in the first sentence of the story. You know. The thrusting and that four-letter-word that rhymes with “sock.” And slattern that I am, I read on. Nicolas Larkin, a cruel, elegant man is wringing both pleasure and pain from Jolie Dupree, his affianced bride, on the eve of their wedding. And that’s the way she likes it, much to her dismay. She Read more […]


Marie Hall’s “Crimson Night” 1

After thousands of years, life is pretty good for Pandora. She’s a Nephilim, part human and part demon, imbued with the soul of Lust. That means that she’s everybody’s wet dream, and when she gets that itch, you can bet she gets it scratched. It feeds her demon and it provides her entertainment. Life in the Carnival Diabolique, a decadent circus of sin and sometimes pleasure, is enough for Dora and her adopted family of Nephs. They look out for one another, feed each other’s demon and keep each Read more […]

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Nalini Singh’s “Heart of Obsidian” 2

I love everything Nalini Singh! And in her latest book, “Heart of Obsidian” Singh doesn’t disappoint. For fans of the Psy/Changeling series, we have been waiting with baited breath for Kaleb Krychek’s aka “The Ghost’s” story. He has been an integral figure in the series, sometimes swooping in to save the day, but mostly making decisions with typical calculated, and sometimes devastating, Psy logic. We’ve known, however, that he has been searching for something, or someone, and that each cold decision Read more […]


Travis Luedeke’s “The Nightlife: New York” 1

Aaron is a young waiter, stuck in a rut, dumped by his girlfriend and taken advantage of by his roommate. It seems he has nothing going on in his life other than supplying beer for his buddy’s impromptu parties, until the night he tries to save a beautiful blonde from getting assaulted by two dirty cops. In a second, his life changes: the gunshot mortally wounding him, and the blonde angel transforming his life into the afterlife of a vampire. Once he awakens into his new life, he finds he is Read more […]

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