Review: Sledge and Claw (Hammer and Fist: Lextalion ) by Jennifer Cody

Rating: 4.75🌈 I love this introduction to a new author and a universe who’s fabric is exquisitely complicated, rich with the mythologies of a multitude of cultures and nations, as well as one that has the ability to expand through portals to endless worlds as the investigations require. Jennifer Cody’s Hammer and Fist, as the… Continue reading Review: Sledge and Claw (Hammer and Fist: Lextalion ) by Jennifer Cody

Review: Finding Home: The Complete Series by Lily Morton

Rating: 5 🌈 The Finding Home, The Complete Series, is a splendid collection. I love being able to read one story right after the other of the men of Chi an Mor, House by the Sea. The first novel is my favorite of the collection. That’s 🔹Oz. It hit all my buttons, as far as… Continue reading Review: Finding Home: The Complete Series by Lily Morton

Review: Unraveling The Threads of Fate by Alice Winters

Rating: 4.75🌈 Unraveling The Threads of Fate by Alice Winters is an excellently written, highly suspenseful tale that contains a lot of moments of extreme anxiety and dread. It stretches over the all events that should be happening to the people in the universe here. I say should because a major element is that one… Continue reading Review: Unraveling The Threads of Fate by Alice Winters

Review: Mad Man (Necessary Evil #5) by Onley James

Rating: 4.75🌈 “She couldn’t see the bigger picture. She looked at the twins and saw a problem. Thomas saw an opportunity. A divine creation. He was raising a legion of psychopaths.” — Mad Man (Necessary Evils Book 5) by Onley James Mad Man (Necessary Evil #5) by Onley James is Avi Mulvaney’s story, the other… Continue reading Review: Mad Man (Necessary Evil #5) by Onley James

Review: Moonstruck (Necessary Evil #3) by Onley James

Rating: 5🌈 Moonstruck, the third in Olney James’ extraordinary series about a family of adopted psychopathic children turned into retributive killers under the guidance of the man who raised them, albeit as a loving research project. “…that psychopaths weren’t a plague on society but a gift, an evolutionary tool that could be harnessed to cull… Continue reading Review: Moonstruck (Necessary Evil #3) by Onley James

Review: Psycho (Necessary Evil #2) by Onley James

Rating:5🌈 I wondered who the author would choose as the murderous sibling to go next in the series and was thrilled to see it was August Mulvaney. August was a standout in Adam’s story. His love of the “wet work” side of killing, his knives, adult Harry Potter like features, and an IQ on par… Continue reading Review: Psycho (Necessary Evil #2) by Onley James

Review: Flare (Style #1) by Jay Hogan

Rating: 4.5🌈 Flare is a very intense contemporary romance set in Auckland’s high fashion world. The first of a new series that will incorporate , at least from looking at the description of Strut, the second novel, high fashion, models, a certain circle of friends that starts with this fashion line, and, unfortunately, a element… Continue reading Review: Flare (Style #1) by Jay Hogan

Review: Unhinged (Necessary Evil #1) by Onley James

Rating: 5🌈 Lately, I felt I wanted another sort of story to read, and possibly, another author to hoard. Found it in the dark, contemporary fiction, Unhinged (Necessary Evil #1) by Onley James . Exactly the changeup I was looking for. Gritty, dark, this series and stories revolve around a group of children traumatized so… Continue reading Review: Unhinged (Necessary Evil #1) by Onley James

Review: Davo by N.R. Walker

Rating: 4.5 🌈 What a amazing story. Set in the western Australian outback mining town , Pannalego, Davo by N.R. Walker delivers a romance to delight the heart as well as a story that embraces the harsh environment to show the reader why the people who live there come to love it so. Through the… Continue reading Review: Davo by N.R. Walker

Review: Cowboy Haven by B. A. Tortuga

Rating 4.5 🌈 Cowboy Haven by B. A. Tortuga is another one of this author’s kids n’ cowboys stories that she has been writing lately, some with author Jodi Payne. And Cowboy Haven is one of my favorites of the trope she’s calling cozy cowboys. It’s located in New Mexico, on a ranch. One of… Continue reading Review: Cowboy Haven by B. A. Tortuga