Review: When All the World Sleeps by Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Daniel Whitlock is back in his hometown of Logan, South Carolina, after serving time in prison for killing a man. The man Daniel killed was another local boy, Kenny Cooper, someone who savagely beat Daniel because he was gay.   The problem is that Daniel doesn’t remember burning down Kenny’s… Continue reading Review: When All the World Sleeps by Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock

In Our Author Spotlight: Zee Kensington and her latest release, Finally Home (contest)

✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍                     Zee Kensington in the Author Spotlight! ✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍ Zee Kensington is here today to talk about her two releases at Dreamspinner Press, Krung Thep, City of Angels, and its sequel, Finally Home.  These stories are favorites of mine, combining international cuisine, travel, and romance.  I… Continue reading In Our Author Spotlight: Zee Kensington and her latest release, Finally Home (contest)

Review: Blown Hard (Whispering Winds #3) (Pulp Friction 2014 #11) by Havan Fellows

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Rowen Smithe and Mick Rutger are men that come with their own special brand of complications and impressive set of problems attached to each of them.   Rowen Smithe wears his some complexities and special issues like clothing. But not all.  Rowen’s other problems, like the voice in his head, are… Continue reading Review: Blown Hard (Whispering Winds #3) (Pulp Friction 2014 #11) by Havan Fellows

Review: In Despair (Princes of the Blood #3) by Megan Derr

Rating 5 stars out of 5 Sixteen year old Prince Telmé Guldbrandsen has been groomed to become a Prince of the Blood and take over as Commander of the Legion.  Equally young Korin is heir to the Reach of the House and the Temple of the Sacred Three. Expectations run high for him as well since it has been foretold… Continue reading Review: In Despair (Princes of the Blood #3) by Megan Derr

Review: Lying with Scorpions (Memory of Scorpions #2) by Aleksandr Voinov

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 If you lie with scorpions, you’d better have a taste for poison. Now that Adrastes, ex leader of the Scorpions and Kendras’s lover, has assumed the throne of Dalman along with his sister Queen, Kendras is finding himself increasingly out of his depths. He feels uncertain not only his own… Continue reading Review: Lying with Scorpions (Memory of Scorpions #2) by Aleksandr Voinov

Mid December Thoughts and The Week Ahead in Reviews

It is mid-December and the end of 2013 is only weeks away.  So many people are still rushing around, making last minute trip preparations, fixing the holiday menus or getting gifts for those you love.  This year I find myself just so grateful to have my Dad still with us, after suffering a huge illness… Continue reading Mid December Thoughts and The Week Ahead in Reviews

Review: Parting Shot (A Matter of Time #7) by Mary Calmes

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Det. Duncan Stiel, closeted homicide detective, had a childhood so bad that he never talks about it.  All the events in his past has lead to Duncan growing up as an adult who keeps his personal life and his emotions hidden, including his sexual orientation. Duncan’s reserve and determination… Continue reading Review: Parting Shot (A Matter of Time #7) by Mary Calmes