Review: The Werewolf’s Heart (Supernatural Affairs Book 1) by F.N. Fanning

Rating: 3.5🌈 If you’re a lover of werewolf paranormal romances, then this new release, The Werewolf’s Heart by F.N. Fanning might just be the story for you. The first in Fanning’s Supernatural Affairs series, it’s a quick flowing read that features a mystery, a mate bond, and magical evil doings. Fanning doesn’t add any new… Continue reading Review: The Werewolf’s Heart (Supernatural Affairs Book 1) by F.N. Fanning

Review: The Crazy Bookshop (Cadenbury Town #1) by E. Broom

Rating: 4🌈 E. Broom is a new author and I picked up this novel based on the reviews. It’s basically a light, humorous supernatural fantasy romp. Nothing to take too seriously, but it has fun with its characters, using the typical trope of witch/werewolf instant mate elements, along with a hint of fairytale overlay! Low… Continue reading Review: The Crazy Bookshop (Cadenbury Town #1) by E. Broom

Review: Silent Knight (Blackhaven Manor #7) by Arden Steele

Rating: 4.5🌈 Silent Knight was totally charming. Low angst, sweet, and huge on holiday spirit. It should make everyone’s holiday seasonal reading list. Simon Russell has been a staple in these stories for a while. But what type of being or who he exactly is has never been stated. He’s always been the sunny guy… Continue reading Review: Silent Knight (Blackhaven Manor #7) by Arden Steele

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: The Witch’s Power Play (Covens of Eaton Falls #2) by Mia Monroe

Rating: 3.25🌈 ““Okay, I understand.” “Good. I take my leave now.” “Thanks for coming.” “I will always come when you ask. I’ll see you soon.” “Yes, you will see me soon.” The cat disappears into a slight mist.” — The Witch’s Power Play (Covens of Eaton Falls Book 2) by Mia Monroe There’s just so… Continue reading Review: The Witch’s Power Play (Covens of Eaton Falls #2) by Mia Monroe

Review: The Tribulations of Ross Young, Supernat PA, Additional Incident: LARPing. By A. J. Sherwood

Rating: 3.5🌈 This is a short cute story that takes place 2 years after the end of the first collection. Ross is happily married and officially part of the Clan. The plot is entertaining because honestly how many humans understand what LARPing is? Let alone the many species of the supernatural? Then throw in dwarven… Continue reading Review: The Tribulations of Ross Young, Supernat PA, Additional Incident: LARPing. By A. J. Sherwood

Review: The Tribulations of Ross Young, Supernat PA by A. J. Sherwood

Rating: 3.75🌈 There’s just something about a gas station on the edge of town that just shouts otherworldliness and has the air of the supernatural about it. That all nite , poor lighting, last stop , grungy atmosphere of nite dwellers and desperation. It’s been played out for horror and for humor, often both at… Continue reading Review: The Tribulations of Ross Young, Supernat PA by A. J. Sherwood

Review: Until His Last Goodbye (Scythe #1) by Kiki Clark and E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 4🌈 The Grim Reaper ,that personification of Death, has always been a popular character for so many authors. Doesn’t matter the media, format, culture, or even era, the popularity and mythology even mysticism, makes the Reaper a being of power and fantasy. For many, even romance. How many have posited what could happen if… Continue reading Review: Until His Last Goodbye (Scythe #1) by Kiki Clark and E.M. Lindsey

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: Grin and Bear It (Blackhaven Manor #4) by Arden Steele

Rating: 4.5🌈 Grin and Bear It (just love the names) reverts back to the instant recognition and almost as fast bonding between the fated mates of this terrific story. But Arden Steele’s novella does change up some elements that I sort of took for granted, given the plots of the other books. I really appreciate… Continue reading Review: Grin and Bear It (Blackhaven Manor #4) by Arden Steele