Review: Melee Mage (Fledgling God #2) by Michael Taggert

Rating: 4.25🌈 That fun, fantastical, and magical Fledgling God series ride is back in its second book, Melee Mage! Yes, Jason and his found family have a huge battle coming and it’s time to learn to do a rumble the magical way! Or is it? Michael Taggert expounds on the limitations of magic or the… Continue reading Review: Melee Mage (Fledgling God #2) by Michael Taggert

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: Ghost of Truth (Medium Trouble #2) by Alice Winters

Rating: 2.5 It’s always the second book that seals the deal one way or the other. In this case , it the flag that tells me go no further. I like Alice Winters. Her books are normally characterized by such great elements like well-developed complicated plots, multi dimensional characters with great chemistry , and snappy… Continue reading Review: Ghost of Truth (Medium Trouble #2) by Alice Winters

Review: Embers (Scales ‘n’ Spells #5) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4.5🌈 Embers is the fifth and as far as I can tell, the finale book in the Scales ‘n’ Spells series by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake. It’s also my favorite as it’s also the one that feels the most successful In balancing out both sides of the series arc. That of dragons and… Continue reading Review: Embers (Scales ‘n’ Spells #5) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

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 Faultline Fiasco (Fantastic Fluke #3) by Sam Burns

Rating: 5🌈💫 Fluke and the Faultline Fiasco is the penultimate novel in Sam Burns four book Fantastic Fluke series and it’s terrific. As the author starts to do the arduous task of both ramping up the expectations for the expected magical thrown down and accompanying revelations she also has to start , however slowly, pulling… Continue reading Review: Fluke and the Faultline Fiasco (Fantastic Fluke #3) by Sam Burns

Review: O Hell, All Ye Shoppers by Louisa Masters

Rating: 3.5🌈⛄️ A slightly revamped edition of a short story Louisa Masters released in 2017, O Hell, All Ye Shoppers is a meet cute, sexy holiday romance. Everything happens quickly, from the “meet cute” to the idea that they are ideal for each other to the ending. A holiday Bonbon you partake of before settling… Continue reading Review: O Hell, All Ye Shoppers by Louisa Masters

Review: The Fix Is In (Torus Intercession #4) by Mary Calmes

Rating: 3.5🌈 The Fix Is In is the fourth book in Mary Calmes’ Torus Investigations series and it’s probably my least favorite of the group to date. Surprisingly because this one sort of breaks a number of patterns set out in all the previous novels and it includes a circle of friends and support characters… Continue reading Review: The Fix Is In (Torus Intercession #4) by Mary Calmes

Review: Beautifully Unexpected by Lily Morton

Rating: 5🌈 With Lily Morton I find I have to look at her stories as I would a rare treat. Something I need to remind myself not to binge on, but rather a gift I give to myself a little bit at a time. Mostly when I know I need to laugh during unexpected moments,… Continue reading Review: Beautifully Unexpected by Lily Morton

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