Review: Rookie Move (Playing For Keeps #1) by Riley Hart & Neve Wilder

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I’m such a sucker for stories like this one. Sports romance, younger hot, super talented brother that ends up on the same team as brother’s friend. Who he’s had a crush on. Doesn’t matter the sports. This time it’s the NFL and a Denver team with a hot Quarterback, Warner Ramsey, who’s… Continue reading Review: Rookie Move (Playing For Keeps #1) by Riley Hart & Neve Wilder

Review: The Kite by N.R. Walker

Rating: 4 🌈 With The Kite, N.R. Walker dips her hand into the ever popular trope of the warring/competing top assassins who, for whatever reason, have to work together in order to survive. Their relationship goes from enemies who admire each other’s skills to friendship then love as they fight for survival. It’s a great… Continue reading Review: The Kite by N.R. Walker

Review: Rarely Pure and Never Simple (Varient Configurations Book#1) by Angel Martinez

Rating: 5🌈 Angel Martinez is a auto buy for me for a reason and Rarely Pure and Never Simple (Varient Configurations Book#1) is a fantastic example why. We get a taste of the world the events take place so quickly. So typically Martinez. Breathtakingly simple in her ability to deliver a picture of a world… Continue reading Review: Rarely Pure and Never Simple (Varient Configurations Book#1) by Angel Martinez

Review: The Doctor (Magic and Steam #3) by C. S. Poe

Rating: 5🌈 Sawbones. The doctor behind all the heinous experiments and the battlefield nightmares. A sadist now being hunted and who’s hunting. The Doctor starts off on the cliffhanger of a heartbreaker of that ending in The Gangster. Then it ended with a explosive revelation by Gillian Hamilton just as the DC Special Agents were… Continue reading Review: The Doctor (Magic and Steam #3) by C. S. Poe

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: Vortex Conundrum (Ghostly Guardians #2) by Louisa Masters

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I was so excited to see the new story as I’ve been waiting to dive back into the fascinating world of Mannix Estates with its amazing group of characters. That it includes a powerful medium in love with a blacksmith, a found family of ghosts from an assortment of eras , each… Continue reading Review: Vortex Conundrum (Ghostly Guardians #2) by Louisa Masters

Review: Mage Bond by Eden Winters

Rating:4🌈 Mage Bond is Eden Winters’ new fantasy romance that expands into what could be the beginnings of a epic fantasy series. The novel’s first chapters are also the characters upheavals out of their familiar lives, putting them ,as well as the reader , on their own personal journeys to bring them together. We’re introduced… Continue reading Review: Mage Bond by Eden Winters

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 Sceptic (Arcana Books #1) by Lily Morton

Rating: 4.25🌈 ““What a ridiculous question. Do I look like I have a book on how to reanimate a cadaver? I have enough problems with the living customers without adding dead ones. Go next door.”” — The Sceptic by Lily Morton That’s a terrific start to a new paranormal series by Lily Morton. And it… Continue reading Review: The Sceptic (Arcana Books #1) by Lily Morton

Review: The Shackles That Hold Us (The Magi Accounts #2) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.75 🌈 I sometimes wonder if you can really love a story when you spend so much time cringing in anxiety over the anticipated horrors you know will be visited upon the characters you’re coming to connect with and the found family that’s being constructed. Somehow I’ve found a way. It’s just that great.… Continue reading Review: The Shackles That Hold Us (The Magi Accounts #2) by Michele Notaro