Review: Find the Jinn (Wilde Contracts #1) by Maz Maddox

Rating: 4.5🌈 Maz Maddox’s latest book in their new series is a great bit of dark storytelling. Told in first person perspective by a assassin/ fish trainer who hunts vampires on the side, we know immediately that the universe is a off kilter one. Dangerous, filled with beings of all types running a metropolis that… Continue reading Review: Find the Jinn (Wilde Contracts #1) by Maz Maddox

Review: A Purpose That Restores Us (The Magi Accounts #3) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.75🌈 The Magi Accounts is a dark, brutal urban fantasy series. It’s a ugly universe of constant warfare between aliens coming through a human made rift and world governments trying to prevail against them using any and all mean possible. For an unrecognizable US government, it’s meant that they’ve been treating the magi (magical… Continue reading Review: A Purpose That Restores Us (The Magi Accounts #3) by Michele Notaro

Review: Hot Lips: A MM Romantic Suspense Mystery (The Hot Cannolis) by Tara Lain

Rating: 3.75🌈 Hot Lips is the last of The Hot Cannolis series. It is written by Tara Lain, when the original plan was to continue to coauthor , with Eli Easton, all four books was halted by Lain’s personal health issues that had Easton and Lain dividing up the last two stories. She mentions all… Continue reading Review: Hot Lips: A MM Romantic Suspense Mystery (The Hot Cannolis) by Tara Lain

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

A Stella Review: How to Heal (Lovestrong #5) by Susan Hawke

RATING 3 out of 5 stars Take one former bully, unable to forgive himself for the sins of his past… Clark Danvers is a wild twenty-one year old who’s trying to prove he’s an adult. With a two-year degree in hand, he manages the family car dealership and seemingly parties by night. Given the amount of times… Continue reading A Stella Review: How to Heal (Lovestrong #5) by Susan Hawke