Review: So What If I’m Your Chosen One (Not Your Chosen One #2) by Evelyn Benvie

Rating: 4.5 🌈 So What If I’m Your Chosen One (Not Your Chosen One #2) by Evelyn Benvie picks up right after the end of I’m Not Your Chosen One, the first one in the series. Kell is in a emotional muddle. The stars are pushing him towards his “destiny” as The Chosen One without… Continue reading Review: So What If I’m Your Chosen One (Not Your Chosen One #2) by Evelyn Benvie

Review: Fang’d (Evergreen Council #1) by Vin George

Rating: 4.5🌈 Vin George is another new to me author. Their excellent Fang’d , a paranormal romance, is the first in a new Evergreen Council series and I’m so excited I found it. George has a somewhat different take on the usual shifter/hybrid vampire romance. Even on the species of vampires and weres themselves. As… Continue reading Review: Fang’d (Evergreen Council #1) by Vin George

Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Rating: 4.5🌈 The cover and description give the reader a pretty good indication of what Lethal, the first book in Reese Knightly’s new Operation Justice Force , has in store for them. Dark alley, hot, muscled men, with tattoos (some of them), just a hint of danger. Works perfectly for a undercover operation filled with… Continue reading Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Review: I’m Not Your Chosen One (Not Your Chosen One #1) by Evelyn Benvie

Rating: 5🌈 Evelyn Benvie has,in one story, become a auto read. This author’s new series, Not Your Chosen One, includes the sorts of characters, storylines, and world building I look for in a fantasy novel. Then goes further to make sure there’s humor, depth, growth for relationships and emotional issues that the main characters are… Continue reading Review: I’m Not Your Chosen One (Not Your Chosen One #1) by Evelyn Benvie

Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 1. By A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 1. By A.J. Sherwood is a new wonderfully entertaining fantasy story. It’s free at the moment but soon it will be pulled, and made part of a series Sherwood’s writing about a white knight and the black sorcerer who’s falling… Continue reading Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 1. By A.J. Sherwood

Review: The Witch’s Familiar (Familiar Mates #1) by T.J. Nichols

Rating: 3.75🌈 Somehow I missed this series when it began so I’m catching up now. T.J. Nichols Familiar Mates series has nine books to date and The Witch’s Familiar is the one that launches it all. It’s a entertaining story, full of romance, magical characters, and thrills. I did find it lacking in world building,… Continue reading Review: The Witch’s Familiar (Familiar Mates #1) by T.J. Nichols

Review: Once A Gentleman (Love in Portsmouth #2) by Eliot Grayson

Rating: 4.25🌈 Once A Gentleman is a M/M Regency romance by Eliot Grayson, the second in the author’s Love in Portsmouth series. This reminded me why I loved the Regency novels so with characters at near constant flash points with each other , starting from the moment Kit Hewlett fell awkwardly into the arms of… Continue reading Review: Once A Gentleman (Love in Portsmouth #2) by Eliot Grayson

Review: Department Rivals (A Valor and Doyle Prequel) by Nicky James

Rating: 4.5🌈 Prequels are tricky things, they are stories that set the stage and briefly introduce characters for a series to come. I’m always fascinated how each author’s treatment of a prequel storyline differs,their take on formatting as well as what the approach will be. James makes Department Rivals happen within the span of one… Continue reading Review: Department Rivals (A Valor and Doyle Prequel) by Nicky James

Review: Devil’s Mark (The Reckless Damned #1) by Lark Taylor

Rating: 4🌈 I had such a mixture of feelings when I finished this story. I couldn’t quite decide what I’d just read. The first of a new series by Lark Taylor, its such a remarkable grab bag of paranormal and contemporary elements that I’m not confident all the various aspects of the storyline fit well… Continue reading Review: Devil’s Mark (The Reckless Damned #1) by Lark Taylor