Review: Redeeming Nick (Dark Forest Pack Book 2) by Annabelle Jacobs

Rating: 4.5🌈 I’m so enjoying this series. I believe I found Redeeming Nick even more my favorite because of the characters and chemistry Jacobs creates here. One caveat, a reader must bring a certain amount of information about the universe and characters history with them into each story. If you are new to Jacob’s’ werewolves… Continue reading Review: Redeeming Nick (Dark Forest Pack Book 2) by Annabelle Jacobs

Review: Wolf Soul (Outcast Pack, #3) by T. J. Nichols

Rating: 4.5🌈 Wolf Soul , third in the Outcast Pack series, is my favorite to date. It changes up things by introducing a cat shifter, in this case, a leopard shifter as a mate. It also brings in toxic male sexual stereotypical roles, hypermasculinity, all within a werewolf pack or rigid community. And the idea… Continue reading Review: Wolf Soul (Outcast Pack, #3) by T. J. Nichols

Review: Hot Head (Drake Security #1) by Mika Nix

Rating: 2.5🌈 Review note: This review contains several spoilers so please be aware prior to reading. Mika Nix is the combined name of authors K.M. Neuhold and Mia Monroe who have co-written this series about dragon shifter brothers and their path to HEA with their fated mates. Nico is one of a group of dragon… Continue reading Review: Hot Head (Drake Security #1) by Mika Nix

Review: Wolf Blood (Outcast Pack, #2) by T. J. Nichols

Rating: 4🌈 At 124 pages, Wolf Blood is an exciting, engaging paranormal romance. It’s a quick read with all the books in this series flowing pretty seamlessly from one to the next. If you’re a fan of Nichols’ Familiar Mates and Mythos series, then you will have a good understanding of the universe Outcast Pack… Continue reading Review: Wolf Blood (Outcast Pack, #2) by T. J. Nichols

Review: Wolf Heart (Outcast Pack, #1) by T. J. Nichols

Rating: 4🌈 The Outcast Pack series takes place in the same universe as this author’s Familiar Mates and Mythos series. So if a reader is familiar with those books then they will be able to supply the missing foundation information one would normally expect to receive from a first story here. Paranormal/human interaction. Officially none.… Continue reading Review: Wolf Heart (Outcast Pack, #1) by T. J. Nichols

Review: Twice Bitten: A Blood Bonds novella (Mismatched Mates Book 9) by Eliot Grayson

Rating: 4.5🌈 Twice Bitten is a great example why I enjoy the writing of Eliot Grayson. Its well written, snarky, it’s characters have great back stories and layered personalities. Located in Grayson’s Blood Bonds series universe, Twice Bitten is the story of two bitter Paranormals , one a vampire enforcer with a secret. The other… Continue reading Review: Twice Bitten: A Blood Bonds novella (Mismatched Mates Book 9) by Eliot Grayson

Review: Cat’s Chance in Hell:(Charm City Chronicles Book 2) by Meghan Maslow

Rating: 4.75🌈 It was so easy to fall back into Meghan Maslow’s rich paranormal universe of Charm City Chronicles. Baltimore or if you’re local then it’s “Bawlmer” or “Bawl-ah-mur.” A city so rich in varied cultures, a startling variety of architectural styles, and history that it’s a place to overwhelm your senses. In good and,… Continue reading Review: Cat’s Chance in Hell:(Charm City Chronicles Book 2) by Meghan Maslow

Review: A Holiday to Sustain Us (The Magi Accounts Companion Novellas) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.5🌈 If you’re not familiar with The Magi Accounts series, this isn’t the book for you. A reader has to have read all the preceding books, in the order that they were written, in order to understand the people and relationships talked about here. But if you have, then you are in for a… Continue reading Review: A Holiday to Sustain Us (The Magi Accounts Companion Novellas) by Michele Notaro

Review: Monstrous Intent (Monsters and Mischief Book 1) by Alice Winters

Rating: 4.5🌈 If you’re familiar with Alice Winters, you know her writing often grounds itself in dark topics like murder, assassination, torture, themes of mass destruction, whether it’s in a contemporary world or that of an alternate reality filled with the paranormal. Blending snarky, sharp, irreverent humor with moments of serious reflection and empathy, however,… Continue reading Review: Monstrous Intent (Monsters and Mischief Book 1) by Alice Winters

Review: Find the Jinn (Wilde Contracts #1) by Maz Maddox

Rating: 4.5🌈 Maz Maddox’s latest book in their new series is a great bit of dark storytelling. Told in first person perspective by a assassin/ fish trainer who hunts vampires on the side, we know immediately that the universe is a off kilter one. Dangerous, filled with beings of all types running a metropolis that… Continue reading Review: Find the Jinn (Wilde Contracts #1) by Maz Maddox