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

Review: Never Stay Gone (Big Bend Texas Rangers #1) by Tal Bauer

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I’ve been so busy with fantasy and contemporary romances that I’ve neglected one really great action suspense author. Tal Bauer. Tal Bauer writes just amazing stories. Ones that might include such elements as government agencies and military spies, secret missions, and any number of inside sub terrorist organizations to deal with. Along… Continue reading Review: Never Stay Gone (Big Bend Texas Rangers #1) by Tal Bauer

Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father (Fantastic Fluke #2) by Sam Burns

Rating: 5 🌈💫 After reading The Fantastic Fluke I had to immediately go to the next in the series to see what happens next. Imagine how surprised I was to find this (and probably all the other books) flow seamlessly from one to another. The beginning here is exactly the last paragraphs of the ending… Continue reading Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father (Fantastic Fluke #2) by Sam Burns

Review: A Sanctuary for Soulden (The Lords of Bucknall Club #4) by J.A. Rock and Lisa Henry

Rating: 4.5 🌈 In Rock and Henry’s marvelous Regency series, The Lords of Bucknall Club, the authors start with a premise that history zigged instead of zagged in 1783 when the Marriage Act Amendment was introduced in England to allow same sex marriages. Why? Because it wanted to encourage childless marriages between the many lesser… Continue reading Review: A Sanctuary for Soulden (The Lords of Bucknall Club #4) by J.A. Rock and Lisa Henry

Review: Final Shot (Overtime #2) by V.L. Locey

Rating:4.75🌈 Two of the most complicated men and one of V.L.Locey’s most deeply complex couples is that of the Arou-Kalinski hockey romance. It’s now spanned two , maybe more series, as these characters are too large, too dynamic to be contained within just one series. They also required their own short series to see their… Continue reading Review: Final Shot (Overtime #2) by V.L. Locey

Review: Corruption (The Bureau #1) by Kim Fielding

Rating: 3.5 🌈 Corruption is a short story that begins a new series by Kim Fielding. It’s supernatural with what hints to be the beginning of a complicated hurt/comfort relationship with one clearly in the Master side of a D/s Angel/demon relationship. The characters, only loosely set here but enormously fascinating with tremendous chemistry, have… Continue reading Review: Corruption (The Bureau #1) by Kim Fielding