Review: A Mage’s Guide to Aussie Terrors (R’iyah Family Archives: Volume 2) by A. J. Sherwood

Rating: 5 🌈 It’s been waaay too long since the first time I met this zany, fabulous found family of MAD monster hunters. A Mage’s Guide to Human Familiars was the beginning of the R’iyah Family Archive series. It introduces us to Bel Adams, a red-eyed R’iyah mage who’s part demon, in need of a… Continue reading Review: A Mage’s Guide to Aussie Terrors (R’iyah Family Archives: Volume 2) by A. J. Sherwood

Review: How to Keep an Author (Alive) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.25🌈 I was looking for something short to read to keep my morning procrastinating streak going and found it in How to Keep an Author (Alive) by A.J. Sherwood. Justus LeGrange, a 250 year old South African vampire, uses the Vampire Agency for Mortal Professions in Nashville, looking for a job that will help… Continue reading Review: How to Keep an Author (Alive) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: A Stroke of Brilliance (Arcane Hearts #2) by Nazri Noor

Rating: 4.75🌈 This series just gets better. Nazri Noor takes the plot of two young magical people find love while doing amazing things to save the world. Sounds simple, right? But in Arcane Hearts nothing is simple, even falling in love. The first story saw Noor establish the sad histories of Jackson Pryde, and his… Continue reading Review: A Stroke of Brilliance (Arcane Hearts #2) by Nazri Noor

Review: Nixing the End of the World by Alice Winters

Rating: 3 🌈 I love Alice Winters. I love urban fantasy. I usually love Alice Winters urban fantasy romances. So why was Nixing the End of the World by Alice Winters, while entertaining, not wholly enjoyable? That’s a question that has really been bothering me. The story has Winters usual elements. A interesting plot, a… Continue reading Review: Nixing the End of the World by Alice Winters

Review: After Felix (Close Proximity #3) by Lily Morton

Rating: 5 🌈 After Felix is the third book in Lily Morton’s Close Proximity series. I skipped over Charlie’s story because the characters of Felix and Max so spoke to me in Best Man that I needed their own story and to see how their romance played out. I’m so happy I did because this… Continue reading Review: After Felix (Close Proximity #3) by Lily Morton

Review: Best Man (Close Proximity #1) by Lily Morton

Rating: 4 🌈 Fake boyfriend trope is a favorite of mine so when I saw a story written by a must read author, Lily Morton, with that as a factor, I was in. It also was a age gap, no surprise, with humor, again, a usual hallmark of this author, and a curmudgeon of a… Continue reading Review: Best Man (Close Proximity #1) by Lily Morton

Review: How to Hack a Hacker (Unholy Trifecta #3) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 How to Hack a Hacker , the story where K, aka Kyou, is finally forced into getting his happily ever after. It’s also the series finale and an excellent one. Kyou has been somewhat of an enigmatic character. Now his background is exposed, the reasons for his cyber stalking of Brannigan revealed here.… Continue reading Review: How to Hack a Hacker (Unholy Trifecta #3) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: How to Steal a Thief (Unholy Trifecta #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5 🌈 How to Steal a Thief switches the spotlight to the thief of our found family, now that our assassin has his HEA, that’s Carter aka Smiley the merc, and daughter Remi happily in hand. It’s now time for Ivan Azarov, aka Eidolon which means specter or phantom, a perfect code name for… Continue reading Review: How to Steal a Thief (Unholy Trifecta #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: How to Shield an Assassin (Unholy Trifecta #1) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 When I find a author I love , I’m like someone who’s been given a wonderful gift! So it’s with an unbridled enthusiasm that I attack everything in their catalog! That’s the manner in which I came upon A.J. Sherwood’s Unholy Trifecta series! Honestly I wish I had more control because I binge… Continue reading Review: How to Shield an Assassin (Unholy Trifecta #1) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Alexis Hall’s regency romance, Something Fabulous is indeed totally fabulous. A rollicking tale of two men who end up falling for each other is done via a Regency road trip. Although it’s carriages and a gorgeous pair of bays instead of a car, it’s still a wild madcap road race after a… Continue reading Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall