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REVIEW: Deeper Than Midnight by Lara Adrian

REVIEW: Deeper Than Midnight by Lara Adrian

Posted July 21, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

**May contain light spoilers from previous books** Deeper Than Midnight might be slated as Hunter’s book but Mr. Sterling Chase was in it just as much if not more than Hunter. And what a cliffhanger! I can’t wait to read Dark Than Midnight. Ok, enough about Chase since this is Hunter’s book. We were introduced to Hunter in Veil of Midnight (book 5). Then he was the Gen On assassin that was breed and trained to be a cold-blooded killer that asked no questions and flow orders. But after Hunter wins his freedom he joined the Order. And we have slowly seen him transform into a different man through the books and in Deeper Than Midnight we finally get to see him get his HEA. […]


Daughter of Lust by Ann Mayburn

Daughter of Lust by Ann Mayburn

Posted July 18, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

Daughter of Lust is Mayburn’s first book in the For the Love of Evil series. And if the other books are as good as this one it will be a very hot and exciting series.   Daughter of Lust has elements of a historical setting that quickly moves to a paranormal/fantasy world that moves between Earth and Hell. Mayburn does a unique spin on demons and angels and mythology of Heaven and Hell.   The main character, Natalia has grown up in Kazan, Russia in the 1800s on a small farm with her mother and the man the believes to be her father. Her papa has turned to drinking and gambling since the lost of her brother. It’s up to Natalia to keep the family a float […]


MINI – REVIEW: Ann Jacobs

Posted July 14, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

Tittle: Her Very Special Robot Author: Ann Jacobs Published by: Ellora’s Cave Pub Date: August 2009 Buy: Amazon / B&N My Copy: Free Nook Book Her Very Special Robot is an erotic short about a twenty-something exotic dancer named Allie that lost the love of her life in an accident. Trace is a hot stuntman and best friend to Allie’s lost love, Jack. During a year of grieving, Allie and Trace become best friends. And Allie believes she is ready move on. But she doesn’t want to fall in love again because it hurt some much when she lost Jack that she doesn’t want to go through that ever again. She just wants someone to have fun with in bed. Allie tells Trace that she wants […]


REVIEW: Captured by the Highlander by Julianne MacLean

REVIEW: Captured by the Highlander by Julianne MacLean

Posted July 13, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 2 Comments

Captured by the Highlander is my first highlander book and I must say I really like the thought of a hot warrior in a kilt. And Duncan aka “The Butcher” is extremely hot; with his long black hair, rippling muscles and strong, experienced hands. Mmmm…. Duncan can pillage me anytime. He takes what he wants and will not be stopped. But like most great alphas his tender side comes out when he finds that special lass. Which he finds, while breaking into Fort William. But he doesn’t have lusty thoughts on his mind, nay, he looking for his enemy, Colonel Richard Bennett. But to Duncan’s surprise he finds the lovely Lady Amelia instead. The Butcher plans to use Amelia as bait for Colonel Bennett so […]


MINI – REVIEW: Limerick by Kimberly Spencer

MINI – REVIEW: Limerick by Kimberly Spencer

Posted July 7, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

Limerick is the 2nd novella in The Faerie Tale Girl series by Kimberly Spencer and it picks up about a week after Shimmerspell. Kimberly Spencer is a tease! Limerick ended with a cliffhanger like Shimmerspell. I feel like she is feeding us a novel one chapter at a time with these novellas. It’s like riding a huge roller coaster, just as you climb to the top of the big hill and you can see the long drop the fun park worker puts on the brakes and says “I’ll be back in five”. With this installment, we get to see more into Jensen’s new found world of the fae with the addition of witches and dragons. The same secondary characters, Zoe, Liam, and Dermott are present; […]


Review: Witch Fury by Anya Bast

Review: Witch Fury by Anya Bast

Posted July 5, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

Witch Fury is the 4th and last book in the Elemental Witches series by Anya Bast. With each book we get to see a different couple come together and throughout all four books there is an overall plot about a war brewing between the witches, warlocks, and demons. In Witch Fury the main couple is Sarafina Connell (I kept calling her Sara in my head, so I’ll shorten her name for the rest of the review) and Theo Winters. If you have not read the other books, the big bad in the series is Stefan Faucheux, a fire witch that has a “wants to rule the world” attitude. He took over the evil Duskoff group of warlocks after his adopted dad was killed in first […]


Review: The Secret Guide to Dating Monsters by Sierra Dean

Review: The Secret Guide to Dating Monsters by Sierra Dean

Posted July 2, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

One word AWESOME!The Secret Guide to Dating Monsters is the prequel to Something Secret This Way Comes {I’ve not read SSTWC yet but once I’m done with this review I’m running over to B&N and ordering it for my Nook!!} This is a fast pace novella about Secret McQueen, a half vampire, half werewolf assassin for the Vampire Council. And since Secret is non-human and has a dangerous job she rarely gets the chance to go out on a date like a regular gal. But when her friend Mercedes fixes her up on a blind date with Detective Tyler she decides to go. But while she is getting ready for her date, her liaison with the Council and ex-GQ model, Holden shows up to give her, her next assignment. After […]


Review: Blood & Spirits by Dennis Sharpe

Review: Blood & Spirits by Dennis Sharpe

Posted July 1, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

First I’d like to thank Mr. Sharpe for contacting me and giving me the opportunity to read his awesome book. I’ve never read anything by a male author before and the only reason is the genres I usually read are mostly written by female authors. But don’t be fooled, Sharpe does an excellent job of building his female heroine, Veronica. I never once thought about the author being male while reading the book. My co-workers (mostly male) tease me about the books I read, they call it “vampire porn”. One asked me what I was reading the other day and I told him about the Blood & Spirits and that it was written by a male author. So he said, “What is the foreplay in […]