Author: Jennifer

Mini – Review: Shimmerspell

Mini – Review: Shimmerspell

Posted May 9, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

Shimmerspell is a Novella about faeries that is loosely based on the story of Morgan le Fay. Even though it is a Novella it packed full of great characters and plot lines. While reading it, I almost forgot it was not a full length novel. The plot was very interesting and kept me well entertained. Shimmerspell starts out in a high school setting where the heroine, Jensen, doesn’t know that Fae exist let alone that she is part Fae herself. Until something happens to her one day at school and then all the sudden the cute guy that she had noticed only a few days ago is not quite the same. Like the fact that he now has wings. Ms. Spencer does and excellent job of […]


Review: Hard Bitten by Chloe Neill

Review: Hard Bitten by Chloe Neill

Posted May 8, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

Often in series there is a safe and sometimes predictability to the characters and story once you are few books into the series. But even though Hard Bitten is the fourth installment of the Chicagoland Vampire series, it is by no means predictable. Hard Bitten picks up where Twice Bitten leaves off. The Cadogan House is trying to put their house back together, physically and mentally. And of course Merit and Ethan are still dealing with their complex relationship. Ethan is trying to get Merit to forgive him and trust him with her heart after he broke it. Ethan is doing what most people either can’t or won’t do, and that is change. Merit is too afraid to think that his changes are true and […]


Review: Big Bad Beast by Shelly Laurenston

Review: Big Bad Beast by Shelly Laurenston

Posted May 2, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

I absolutely love Shelly Laurenston’s writing. She does an excellent job of mixing action, sex, and humor in her books. I love how the women are kick ass and take no crap from their mates. This book was so freaking funny. Especially during the 4th of July weekend when all the shifters were under one roof. I had forgotten how much fun it is to have bears and lions in the same place. Lock and the Shaw boys are priceless and how can you not love the term “House Cat Someone”. (OK, for those of you that have read this series you know what I mean and the ones that haven’t, don’t judge me. Read it, already!) Dee-Ann and Ric’s book has been in the […]


Audio Review: Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews

Audio Review: Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews

Posted April 27, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 3 Comments

  Overall this series is something of a post-apocalyptic universe where technology and magic struggle for control over the world. The plots are complex, exhilarating and even though this is urban fantasy there is still a healthy dose of romance. This book has the most romance so far, but this is not your standard romance where you know that all will be well in the end. Kate is such a great heroine. She is strong-minded and tough, smart ass chick that is totally likeable. And in this 4th installment of the series, we do not just see the tough sword swinging Kate but we also get to see her softer side. If you are up to date on the series then you will remember the […]


Review: Eternal Seduction by Jennifer Turner

Review: Eternal Seduction by Jennifer Turner

Posted April 21, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

I first read Eternal Seduction in 2009 after I saw a few posts about it in one of my Shelfari groups. I loved it so much that I looked up the author to find out if she had any more books out and found that she was writing a second book in the series, Eternal Hearts. After a lot of work on Ms. Turner’s part to get EH published it is finally being released June 1, 2011. So I decided to do a re-read of ES to refresh my memory on the characters and the developing plot since the main character of EH is introduced in Eternal Seduction. This is not your usual paranormal romance where the human heroine tries to save the brooding thousands-year-old […]


Lover Unleashed by J.R. Ward

Lover Unleashed by J.R. Ward

Posted April 14, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 2 Comments

  WOW. Where to start. (Must remember NO SPOILERS). This might have been Payne’s book but it seemed more like Vishous volume 2. There was a lot of V in this one and when there’s V you know Butch is not far behind. Since there was so much of V, let’s talk about him first. He was on an emotional roller coaster in this one. And he took Butch and Jane with him for a ride. Speaking of Jane (Boooooo!) I’m still mad over Ward’s choice for V and Butch’s shellans. I think those two guys have more chemistry together. (signs) Payne and Manny is a good fit and I can’t wait to see what their future holds, especially for Manny. Ok moving on to […]


Review: Witch Blood by Anya Bast

Review: Witch Blood by Anya Bast

Posted April 10, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

Bast knows how to mix hot love scenes with action. In this 2nd installment of the series we learn more about the background of the witches in world that Bast has developed. Yes this book is a little predictable when it came to the couple, boy meets girl, they fight falling in love with each other. But hey, that the case with most romance books so I over look that part. The over all plot with the witches and demons and how they are connected kept me reading this one. The last 50-80 pages of the book really pick up on the setup of plot for the next two books and I can’t wait to see how the witches deal with the things they have […]


Review: Eternity Embraced by Larissa Ione

Review: Eternity Embraced by Larissa Ione

Posted April 4, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

  If you are a fan of the Demonica series this is a great little side story. It’s about two Guardians that work together and have fallen in love with one another. Things go wrong on an assignment and Kaden gets turned to a vamp and the couple has to deal with his new status in the underworld. We get to see a little of Tayla (she is leading female in Please Unbound, 1st book in the Demonica series) when Andrea and Kaden goes to her for help. This is a short but action and passion packed story from Larissa Ione. I highly recommend it to anyone that is having Demonica withdrawals like me since the series has ended.