Review: Team Orders (Lights Out, #1) by R. J. Scott

Rating: 4.75 🌈 “If you no longer go for a gap that exists, then you’re no longer a racing driver. -Ayrton Senna” I’m so used to R. J. Scott’s outstanding hockey romances, that I was surprised to see her jump into the world of Formula 1 racing and do it so immaculately. Lights Out is… Continue reading Review: Team Orders (Lights Out, #1) by R. J. Scott

Review: Scales and Song (Monsters in My Bed #2) by L Eveland

Rating: 3.25🌈 Scales and Song is the second in L Eveland’s Monsters in My Bed series and the third I’ve read so far. It’s also the book that’s left me with the most mixed feelings about the storyline and writing of the novels of this series. Scales and Song deals with a character outside of… Continue reading Review: Scales and Song (Monsters in My Bed #2) by L Eveland

Review: Rago: An Order Universe Short Story by Kasia Bacon

Rating: 4.5🌈 Utterly charming. Kasia Bacon’s short fantasy stories are succinct well developed windows into her established, ever widening Order Universe. Each has its own unique narrative with a different location, couple, often complete with cultural references and fleeting hints from past events. Always my main issue is they’re over too soon, leaving us wanting… Continue reading Review: Rago: An Order Universe Short Story by Kasia Bacon

Review: Endurance: The Triad Series: Book Two by Cari Z

Rating: 4.75🌈 With Endurance, Cari Z’s Trilogy, The Triad, just overcame the second book hurdle and became stronger and more moving a story. Changing her format here, the author divides the book into three sections, one for each of her main characters and members of the polyamorous relationship. This arrangement where each man receives an… Continue reading Review: Endurance: The Triad Series: Book Two by Cari Z

Review: They Call Him Levity (Welcome Boulevard, #1) by Davidson King

Rating: 4🌈 I enjoyed They Call Him Levity (Welcome Boulevard, #1) by Davidson King. I thought King’s characters were all very well defined, given fully fleshed out personalities and lives. It didn’t matter whether the character was crime boss Salvatore Grillo, or the professional beggars Levity, Clove and Muse with their poverty level lives and… Continue reading Review: They Call Him Levity (Welcome Boulevard, #1) by Davidson King

Review: Bullets & Butterflies (The Elite) by Maz Maddox

Rating: 4.5🌈 One of the real delights of having a series written by multiple authors is that the reader can get a great depth in differences in the depiction of the central location , and variety in how the series theme is presented through the many different characters and plots. In Bullets & Butterflies (The… Continue reading Review: Bullets & Butterflies (The Elite) by Maz Maddox

Review: Off The Wall by Edie Montreux

Rating: 2.5🌈 Off The Wall by Edie Montreux is a fantasy novel by a writer i just discovered. I always want to be positive about books by a as new to me author. But I found myself struggling to find some good aspects of this fantasy book to highlight. It’s not the storylines originality. The… Continue reading Review: Off The Wall by Edie Montreux

Review: Second Chance at First Love: Prequel to The Storm Boys Series by N. R. Walker

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Second Chance at First Love is N. R. Walker’s prequel to her upcoming series, The Storm Boys. This is a romantic lover’s reunited, second chance at love novella that gives us an enthralling natural experience through the eyes of the characters on their camping/hiking tour across sections of Kakadu National Park. Their… Continue reading Review: Second Chance at First Love: Prequel to The Storm Boys Series by N. R. Walker

Review: Paladin (Jericho’s Boys Book One) by Onley James

Rating: 4.5🌈 Onley James writes dark fiction about bad things that have happened to young boys, often sexually abused and traumatized children. Let’s get that out of the way first. That’s not your jam? This is not your book. However, such triggering subject matter is handled by James in ways I consider respectful to those… Continue reading Review: Paladin (Jericho’s Boys Book One) by Onley James

Review: Dealer of Secrets (The Elite Book 6) by Davidson King

Rating: 4.75 🌈 The multi-author series, The Elite contains some really exceptional stories and Davidson King’s Dealer of Secrets is among them. It’s not surprising that a book titled Dealer of Secrets has layers of hidden agendas, men with multiple identities, criminal goings on, and of course, murder. King’s murder element is an unusual one… Continue reading Review: Dealer of Secrets (The Elite Book 6) by Davidson King