Review: The Train (The Spell Saga: Book 1) by Cari Z

Rating: 4.5🌈 What a exciting and suspenseful story! From the moment we dive into the harried life of young Anton Seiber, journeyman thaumaturge, we are plunged into a world of murder, spies, Royal espionage, and magical weaponry! On a train! The Train (The Spell Saga: Book 1) by Cari Z has a nonstop fast action… Continue reading Review: The Train (The Spell Saga: Book 1) by Cari Z

Review: Demon House by Mia Monroe

Rating: 2.75🌈 Demon House by Mia Monroe is a quick mildly entertaining Holiday read. It’s a short story with no real drama and , nothing that’s going to ask anything of a reader more then a casual connection to the characters. There’s some nice elements, and the witch character has real promise but Monroe doesn’t… Continue reading Review: Demon House by Mia Monroe

Review: Best Love by Lily Morton

Rating: 4.75🌈 Best Love is a previously published short story (Heart2Heart Anthology, old title The Tattoo Artist and the Writer) that’s been reworked, along with a epilogue. It’s new title, Best Love, is absolutely fitting for the love story of writer Noah Sutton and tattoo artist Sage Higgins. Best friends and soul mates since Sage’s… Continue reading Review: Best Love by Lily Morton

Review: Prince of Flowers (Wild Hearts #1) by Nazri Noor

Rating: 2.25🌈 I really like this author’s other stories but this is a real miss on so many levels. Frankly I’m astonished. This was a almost DNF for me. Only the fact that I always hope for a turn for the better keeps me from stopping at my real “I’m done “ point in each… Continue reading Review: Prince of Flowers (Wild Hearts #1) by Nazri Noor

Review: The Last Nanny in Manhattan (Nannies of New York #1) by K. Sterling

Rating: 4.5🌈 The Last Nanny in Manhattan, the first in the Nannies of New York series by K. Sterling, is a snappy, sexy, sweet contemporary romance by a author that’s new to me. I enjoyed this journey immensely. It’s got age gap, wickedly intelligent 6 year old triplets , a widower who’s overwhelmed by work… Continue reading Review: The Last Nanny in Manhattan (Nannies of New York #1) by K. Sterling

Review: The Cowboy Contract (Foster Ranch Book 1) by B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 4.5 🌈 The first in a new series, The Cowboy Contract (Foster Ranch Book 1) by B.A. Tortuga is another in this author’s lovely cozy cowboy contemporary romances. This one sets itself apart in that it’s low angst with little to no high drama but instead relies almost solely on the real , relatable… Continue reading Review: The Cowboy Contract (Foster Ranch Book 1) by B.A. Tortuga

Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 2 By A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 The second installment of A.J. Sherwood’s 6 part series, How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 2, gives us a little more insight into our main characters and enlarges our cast with three wonderful new personalities. Devante Salvino, First Knight of Goodwine, or Devan has been sent… Continue reading Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 2 By A.J. Sherwood

Review: Prince in Disguise (Perilous Courts #2) by Tavia Lark

Rating: 4.25🌈 Tavia Lark’s Perilous Courts became a new favorite based solely on its first book, Prince and Assassin. That story had a depth of layering to its storylines that began with Whisper, a infamous Hound of the Kennel. That’s a group of highly prized assassins owned by blood curse , since they bought or… Continue reading Review: Prince in Disguise (Perilous Courts #2) by Tavia Lark

Review: A Purpose That Restores Us (The Magi Accounts #3) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.75🌈 The Magi Accounts is a dark, brutal urban fantasy series. It’s a ugly universe of constant warfare between aliens coming through a human made rift and world governments trying to prevail against them using any and all mean possible. For an unrecognizable US government, it’s meant that they’ve been treating the magi (magical… Continue reading Review: A Purpose That Restores Us (The Magi Accounts #3) by Michele Notaro

Review: Bet You (Franklin U Book 4) by Neve Wilder

Rating: 3🌈 Bet You is among 8 novels written by different authors in the Franklin U series and each is a standalone featuring a different couple. Bet You by Neve Wilder has a number of well known themes running through it. There’s opposites attract, the rich easygoing frat boy versus the stressed, overworked middle class… Continue reading Review: Bet You (Franklin U Book 4) by Neve Wilder