Review: Stone Wings (The Gargoyles of Arrington, Book 1) by Jenn Burke

Rating: 3.5🌈 Stone Wings, the first book in a new Jenn Burke paranormal romance series, is a quick, entertaining tale. The premise? A old Irish family is cursed. The parents killed and their sons become gargoyles. They sleep for 100 years and are awake for 25 before returning to another 100 years slumber cycle. Interesting… Continue reading Review: Stone Wings (The Gargoyles of Arrington, Book 1) by Jenn Burke

Review: The Deputy and His Enforcer (The Kincaid Pack #3) by Kiki Clark

Rating: 4🌈 The Deputy and his Enforcer is another good installment in Kiki Clark’s Kincaid Pack series. Marcus Rivera is the Kincaid Pack’s Enforcer. Trusted with helping keep the secret of the supernaturals from the local humans as well as protecting his pack, that’s getting increasingly complicated when The Kincaid pack comes under constant surveillance… Continue reading Review: The Deputy and His Enforcer (The Kincaid Pack #3) by Kiki Clark

Review: The Second and His Bonded (Kincaid Pack #2) by Kiki Clark

Rating: 4🌈 Kiki Clark continues the saga of a blended shifter pack struggling to survive against a unknown powerful enemy continues with The Second and His Bonded. With each new installment, the author adds a new layer to the ongoing arc mystery, deepening the suspense and danger to the growing Kincaid pack, especially as more… Continue reading Review: The Second and His Bonded (Kincaid Pack #2) by Kiki Clark

Review: Claiming Rys (Dark Forest Pack #1) by Annabelle Jacobs

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I enjoyed Annabelle Jacobs’ Regency Park Pack series so I jumped onto her latest release and first book in her Dark Forest Pack series. A strong mixture of magical mysteries, secrets, second chance at love with old lovers reunited, it goes further by bringing in another Realm and the Fae. The Fae,… Continue reading Review: Claiming Rys (Dark Forest Pack #1) by Annabelle Jacobs

Review: The Witch’s Familiar (Familiar Mates #1) by T.J. Nichols

Rating: 3.75🌈 Somehow I missed this series when it began so I’m catching up now. T.J. Nichols Familiar Mates series has nine books to date and The Witch’s Familiar is the one that launches it all. It’s a entertaining story, full of romance, magical characters, and thrills. I did find it lacking in world building,… Continue reading Review: The Witch’s Familiar (Familiar Mates #1) by T.J. Nichols

Review: Mighty Quill: An MM Paranormal Shifter Romance (Sanguis Et Fauna Book 1) by Emmaline Strange

Rating: 4 🌈 Emmaline Strange is a new author for me. I just stumbled across her book by glancing at that terrific cover, and realized it represented a new opportunity to see a new author’s take on shifters and a paranormal romance. I found that Mighty Quill has so many wonderful elements to recommend it.… Continue reading Review: Mighty Quill: An MM Paranormal Shifter Romance (Sanguis Et Fauna Book 1) by Emmaline Strange

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: 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

Review: The Scars That Bind Us ( The Magi Accounts #1) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.5 🌈 The Scars That Bind Us, the first book in Michele Notaro’s urban fantasy series, The Magi Accounts, takes in a scary, horrific universe, especially if you’re not human. Here , the revelation that mages and shifters existed along side humanity did not go over well. WWIII happened, countries, governments, peoples and environments… Continue reading Review: The Scars That Bind Us ( The Magi Accounts #1) by Michele Notaro

Review: All Kidding Aside (Magical Mates #1) by Macy Blake

Rating: 4 .5🌈 I recently reviewed Logan, the first book in Macy Blake’s new series. In that story, Orsen Riggs , a bear shifter and his adorable son came to help with the new additions and renovations to Logan’s team’s office and pack dwelling. In a short time, they made an indelible impression. So I… Continue reading Review: All Kidding Aside (Magical Mates #1) by Macy Blake