Review: Prince and Pawn (Perilous Courts #3) by Tavia Lark

Rating: 4.25🌈 Prince and Pawn charts the course of romance for the third and oldest Sandrelle Prince and the current heir to the Kingdom, Audric. This book differs from the others in that the younger brothers , widely considered vying for the throne themselves outside of inner circles, each traveled to find their own mates.… Continue reading Review: Prince and Pawn (Perilous Courts #3) by Tavia Lark

Review: Ruins (Wings ‘N’ Wands Book 1) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 5🌈 Ruins marks the outstanding beginning of Wings ‘N’ Wands series by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake. It’s a spin-off or sequel series to their Scales ‘N’ Spells saga about dragons and their mages. The Ice Dragon clan was introduced in the first series so we already have (if you’re a fan or reader… Continue reading Review: Ruins (Wings ‘N’ Wands Book 1) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Review: The Alpha and his King (The Kincaid Pack #1) by Kiki Clark

Rating: 4.5 Another new to me author as well as a new series to read! The Alpha and his King , the first in The Kincaid Pack series, is a hurt/comfort paranormal romance that I really connected with . Clark has a wonderful premise to begin with, as Alpha Rick Kincaid establishing a pack of… Continue reading Review: The Alpha and his King (The Kincaid Pack #1) by Kiki Clark

Review: Once A Gentleman (Love in Portsmouth #2) by Eliot Grayson

Rating: 4.25🌈 Once A Gentleman is a M/M Regency romance by Eliot Grayson, the second in the author’s Love in Portsmouth series. This reminded me why I loved the Regency novels so with characters at near constant flash points with each other , starting from the moment Kit Hewlett fell awkwardly into the arms of… Continue reading Review: Once A Gentleman (Love in Portsmouth #2) by Eliot Grayson

Review: Devil’s Mark (The Reckless Damned #1) by Lark Taylor

Rating: 4🌈 I had such a mixture of feelings when I finished this story. I couldn’t quite decide what I’d just read. The first of a new series by Lark Taylor, its such a remarkable grab bag of paranormal and contemporary elements that I’m not confident all the various aspects of the storyline fit well… Continue reading Review: Devil’s Mark (The Reckless Damned #1) by Lark Taylor

Review: Dead Over Heals (Blackhaven Manor #6) by Arden Steele

Rating: 3.25🌈 Dead Over Heals gives us another unusual pairing and storyline. The local sheriff, a werewolf, has been in several of the stories, especially the last couple that have involved hate groups against Otherlings. Now Sheriff Vander Hale finds his mate when Fritz Tolliver is sent over by Skye Maddox to inquire about the… Continue reading Review: Dead Over Heals (Blackhaven Manor #6) by Arden Steele

Review: The Bachelor and the Cherry (Campo Royale #2) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 5🌈 The Bachelor and the Cherry is one of my favorite V.L. Locey stories. It also takes place in a series and universe that’s shaping up to be up among the very top of those as well. Which is pretty amazing, considering how much I adore her hockey series and romances. But the Campo… Continue reading Review: The Bachelor and the Cherry (Campo Royale #2) by V.L. Locey

Review: Tough Luck (A-List Security #1) by Annabeth Albert

Rating: 4.5🌈 Tough Luck, the latest from author Annabeth Albert, is the first in her new A-List Security series. The series has at its center a newly established company formed from a group of men who served together on a SEAL team. As they’ve retired, the men are brought together by their Lieutenant, the owner… Continue reading Review: Tough Luck (A-List Security #1) by Annabeth Albert

Review: How to Elude a Vampire (VRC: Vampire Related Crimes #2) by Alice Winters

Rating: 5🌈 Well, this was an exhilarating, heart in your throat ride! How to Elude a Vampire wraps up Finn and Marcus’ part of the VRC: Vampire Related Crimes series. It does so by scaring the bejezas out of us! As How to Vex a Vampire ended, things were quiet so far as the villain… Continue reading Review: How to Elude a Vampire (VRC: Vampire Related Crimes #2) by Alice Winters

Review: Gideon (Chosen Champions #2) by Macy Blake

Rating: 4.5 Gideon was a better tale, probably because so much of the exposition had been dealt with in Logan’s book that we’re familiar with most of the characters here. We get the relationships happening and the new dynamics at play around the Warehouse, the headquarters for Logan’s team and new pack. With a foundation… Continue reading Review: Gideon (Chosen Champions #2) by Macy Blake