Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy: The Coronation: The Complete Works Bonus Short Story by A. J. Sherwood

Rating: 4🌈 The drama is over, the evil princess (and her father) is so so dead. So what’s a handsome knight and his newly wed sorcerer to do? Why be crowned King of course! Here the party , all the hijinks, the kitties, and the HFN’s because, luckily, A.J. Sherwood isn’t done with Tan and… Continue reading Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy: The Coronation: The Complete Works Bonus Short Story by A. J. Sherwood

Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy: The Coronation: The Complete Works Bonus Short Story by A. J. Sherwood

Rating: 4🌈 The drama is over, the evil princess (and her father) is so so dead. So what’s a handsome knight and his newly wed sorcerer to do? Why be crowned King of course! Here the party , all the hijinks, the kitties, and the HFN’s because, luckily, A.J. Sherwood isn’t done with Tan and… Continue reading Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him to Villainy: The Coronation: The Complete Works Bonus Short Story by A. J. Sherwood

Review: Naughty Neil ( A Hidden Species Novella) by Louisa Masters

Rating: 4🌈🌲 Naughty Neil is a short holiday story that takes place in Masters’ Hidden Species universe. Neil is a young guy working as an exotic dancer, happy with his life until a guy knocks on his door, claiming to be some kind of government agent, only from a agency he’s never heard of. Mark… Continue reading Review: Naughty Neil ( A Hidden Species Novella) by Louisa Masters

Review: A Shattered Silver Crown (San Amaro Investigations #4) by Kai Butler

Rating: 5🌈 What a moving, funny, and gobsmackingly magnificent book A Shattered Silver Crown is! It’s my favorite of four stories to date in Kai Butler’s fantastic San Amaro Investigations , a series that’s gotten more breathtaking in scope with each novel. Butler seems to be envisioning the future of the universe as well as… Continue reading Review: A Shattered Silver Crown (San Amaro Investigations #4) by Kai Butler

Review: Inferno (Hammer and Fist : Geminatus #1) by Jennifer Cody

Rating: 4.75🌈 Excellent story! This second concurrently running series to Hammer and Fist: Lexatalion , is helpfully set up by the introduction of the Geminatus species and world in that series first story, Sledge and Claw. It does help to read that series first to get a better understanding of the agency, IDIA, it’s agents,… Continue reading Review: Inferno (Hammer and Fist : Geminatus #1) by Jennifer Cody

Review: The Skinny on Djinni by E.J. Russell

Rating : 4.75 🌈 From the fabulously great name on, everything about The Skinny on Djinni by E.J. Russell is absolutely on point. It just makes for a outstanding entertaining read! Part of Russell’s Mythmatched story universe, it picks up after the events of Death On Denial (Quest Investigations #4), some of which are referenced… Continue reading Review: The Skinny on Djinni by E.J. Russell

Review: A Kiss To Revive Me (The Magi Accounts 1.5) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.25🌈 A Kiss To Revive Me is a account of the events that occur in the first novel, The Scars That Bind Us, but from the perspective of Cosmo Ono-Nai , the alpha of the pride of shifters working with the dyad Mages, Madeo and Jude Driscoll. This must be read after that first… Continue reading Review: A Kiss To Revive Me (The Magi Accounts 1.5) by Michele Notaro

Review: A Velvet Glove (Arcane Hearts #4) by Nazri Noor

Rating: 4.75🌈 Such an outstanding series. Each story sees a increase in danger to the world our heroes live in from the Fae, the originators of the purple poison crystals that started off the series arc with some strange deaths. But it’s not from the Fae alone that our characters and their deep relationship seem… Continue reading Review: A Velvet Glove (Arcane Hearts #4) by Nazri Noor

Review: Camouflaged (A Bureau Story) by Kim Fielding

Rating: 5 🌈 It’s been a while since I’ve delved into Kim Fielding’s Bureau universe but this book stands on its own feet and what superlative feet they are. Considering it’s a Bureau tale, it’s remarkably straightforward. Agent Ralph Crespo, ailing dragon, has been given the assignment to deliver a sealed letter to Anton Steinmann.… Continue reading Review: Camouflaged (A Bureau Story) by Kim Fielding

Review: Trials By Fire (Shadows of London #3) by Ariana Nash

Rating: 5 🌈 It’s been almost a year since I finished Tide of Tricks (Shadows of London #2), which left Nash’s incredible characters and tightly woven storylines in a bit of a cliffhanger. Ok a major one. So the minute I saw this was released, I grabbed it up and started reading, diving back into… Continue reading Review: Trials By Fire (Shadows of London #3) by Ariana Nash