Review of In The Name Of The Law by Sue Holston

Rating: 3.75 stars Mitchell Dawson and Ivan Stanislav are detectives with the Baltimore Police Department where they have been partners and best friends for years. Ivan is engaged and soon to be married. And Mitchell is miserable. Mitchell fell in love with the oh so straight Ivan the moment he met him and now wonders… Continue reading Review of In The Name Of The Law by Sue Holston

Review of The Beast’s Promise by Amylea Lyn

Rating: 4.25 stars When Owen Sanders was forcibly taken from the City, he left behind 6 year old twin brothers in the care of his grandfather.  Living with the Katria, cat shifters, has given him a new perspective on the City and the life under the Dome. All he had heard from the authorities in… Continue reading Review of The Beast’s Promise by Amylea Lyn

Review of Nature of the Beast Outside The City #1 by Amylea Lyn

Rating: 4.25 stars Raine O’ Kelley was different. Inside the Domed City conformity was the rule, starting with your physical attributes.  White blond hair and blue gray eyes, that was the norm, but not Raine.  His hair was the color of gold and his eyes were a deep green.  The fact that he varied from… Continue reading Review of Nature of the Beast Outside The City #1 by Amylea Lyn

Review of Marathon Cowboys by Sarah Black

Rating: 5 stars Navajo Lorenzo Maryboy is a former Marine who just mustered out of the service.  During his tour, he had started a cartoon called Devil Dog that became popular with the enlisted men and now seeks a mentor in Jesse Clayton, retired Marine and successful cartoonist in Marathon, Texas. Jesse Clayton the third,… Continue reading Review of Marathon Cowboys by Sarah Black

Review of The Fairy Gift by J.K. Pendragon

Rating: 4.25 stars Every third generation on the eve of their 18th birthday, the child receives a gift from the Fairies. What that gift may be no one knows.  It was said of Marcus’ family that his family’s fortunes arose with his great grandfather’s gift.  But times have gotten hard and now the family depends… Continue reading Review of The Fairy Gift by J.K. Pendragon

Review of Battle of Hearts by Valentina Heart

Rating: 4.5 stars For years, vampires and shifters had remained hidden from human societies, an uneasy truce keeping the peace between them.  Then a blood crazed vampire kills two shifter cubs and the war is on.  Years later, the war has reduced the numbers of all involved, and the few humans left have been forced… Continue reading Review of Battle of Hearts by Valentina Heart

Mustard Pork Roast and the Week Ahead

Warm and misty and frustrated here in Maryland this morning.  All week I had  been hearing about the moon.   That it was going to be spectacular!  The closest to Earth it has been for a while and that it would appear freakin’ HUGE in the night sky.  I made my preparations.  Camera ready? Check.… Continue reading Mustard Pork Roast and the Week Ahead

Destination Anus or Where No Starfish Has Gone Before – Vocabulary Gone Bad #2

Note: Let’s just agree that this column is for mature audiences only shall we? If you continue reading, you are clearly over the age of 18 and don’t need your parents approval.  We are serious, people! Words used in the most despicable manner is no laughing matter!!!  Ok, well it is a laughing matter or… Continue reading Destination Anus or Where No Starfish Has Gone Before – Vocabulary Gone Bad #2

Review of After Anna by Theda Black

Rating: 2.5 stars Will St. James and Tyler Neville are best friends and partners on the police force. And for Tyler, there’s more–he’s got feelings for Will, feelings he’s kept locked away. When Will’s girlfriend dies, Tyler supports him in every way he can, even when Will’s increasingly self-destructive behavior endangers them both on the… Continue reading Review of After Anna by Theda Black

Review of Face Value, Sanctuary #3 by RJ Scott

Rating: 4.5 stars As the Bullen Family conspiracy continues to unfold, Beckett Jamieson, aka Robert Bullen, is recovering in a Sanctuary safehouse from the beating his father and uncle gave him.  Dale McIntyre, a Sanctuary Agent, along with Joseph Kinnon (The Only Easy Day, #2)rescue him, kill his Uncle and arrest his father.  When Beckett… Continue reading Review of Face Value, Sanctuary #3 by RJ Scott