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: 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: 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: In Fair Verona (Much Ado About Demons #0.5) by Meghan Maslow

Rating: 4🌈 A Prequel to Must Love Demons, the first book in Maslow’s Much Ado About Demons series, In Fair Verona is a short story that’s a mystery stocked full of characters spilling over from a universe (Marden’s Magic Emporium) that produced a 12 author Magic Emporium: Multi-Author Series https://www.meghanmaslow.com › …Magic Emporium: Multi-Author Series… Continue reading Review: In Fair Verona (Much Ado About Demons #0.5) by Meghan Maslow

Review: Remedy (Tulip Farm #1) by Alex Hall

Rating: 4 🌈 Remedy , the first in the Tulip Farm series by Alex Hall, is a very good contemporary story. The author certainly knows the show circuit or at least has done their research most effectively so that the world of competitive jumping, and later Dressage, is absolutely believable. From the heartbreaking prologue to… Continue reading Review: Remedy (Tulip Farm #1) by Alex Hall

Review: Caught (Bureau #9) by Kim Fielding

Rating: 4 🌈 I needed to double check the release date because of cultural references Fielding’s used in the story, but she’s stated it takes place in the 70’s , not present day. So mentions of President Carter, Mork & Mindy, and , RIP, Burt Reynolds, makes sense. Of course, given it’s the Bureau, you… Continue reading Review: Caught (Bureau #9) by Kim Fielding

Review: Irresponsible Puckboy (Puckboy #2) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Rating: 4 🌈 Irresponsible Puckboy is the second in Eden Finley and Saxon James’ hockey romance series, Puckboy. This time it’s a good friends to lovers, fake marriage trope story. I was looking forward to it as Tripp Mitchell, one of The Queer Collective, was a interesting character in the first book. The rest of… Continue reading Review: Irresponsible Puckboy (Puckboy #2) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Review: The Long Game (Game Changers #6) by Rachel Reid

Rating: 4🌈 It almost hurt to write this review because it wasn’t the one I was really expecting to write. I have loved this series since Rachel Reid began it. And a diehard fan of Shane and Ilya since they premiered in Heated Rivalry, a favorite novel among many here. So like so many readers… Continue reading Review: The Long Game (Game Changers #6) by Rachel Reid

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: Guarding Garrett (Hockey Allies Batchelor Bid Romance #1) by R.J. Scott

Rating: 3.5🌈 I’ve sort of been skipping around this wonderful contemporary collection of LGBTGIA+ hockey romances by various authors, reading one, and then forgetting to come back to it until I see a title that jars my sieve-like memory. Guarding Garrett (Hockey Allies Batchelor Bid Romance #1) by R.J. Scott is actually the first in… Continue reading Review: Guarding Garrett (Hockey Allies Batchelor Bid Romance #1) by R.J. Scott