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 […]


Review: One More Bite by Jennifer Rardin

Review: One More Bite by Jennifer Rardin

Posted June 23, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

I almost gave up on the series after the last two books, Biting the Bullet and Bitten to Death. But not even 2 chapters into One More Bite I was glad I decided to read one more book. This installment of the Jaz Parks series is definitely my favorite. Jaz is at her top sarcastic form and Cole, her sexy sidekick is back in full force with his hilarious stories and commentary. “When do you think they’ll let me get my cell out?: Cole asked. “I promised Mom I’d text her as soon as we land. I’m going to stick my phone up some guy’s kilt, flash a picture, and then challenge her to guess what she’s seeing.” “That is so disgusting.” “What? I’ll get […]


Review: Witch Heart by Anya Bast

Review: Witch Heart by Anya Bast

Posted June 16, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

Witch Heart is a moderate read, but it’s not my favorite in the series. I actually started skimming the book toward the end because I got tired of all the running that Claire and Adam had to do in order to stay out of the reach of the Atrika demons, Tevan and Kai. I get that the Atrika are these badass demons but really two of them against a large group of witches and on that is as powerful as Claire; they should have been able to stand their ground a little better in my opinion. But aside from that, the book was a pretty good read. Like most couples in romance books, Claire and Adam had their own baggage they had to work through […]


Review: Scandal at the Farmhouse by Cody Young

Review: Scandal at the Farmhouse by Cody Young

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

  Scandal at the Farmhouse may be a novella in size but the story is worthy of the size of a true novel. Ms. Young does an outstanding job of telling the story of young Clara’s complex life, in a time where women are seen as property that can be bartered over like livestock. Clara is naive when it comes to the relationships between men and women. She was once happy about the idea of marry Major Braithwaite. But once she starts receiving letters from her older sister, Olivia about how she is unhappy in her own marriage. Clara starts rethinking her upcoming marriage. One day while Clara is reading one of Olivia’s letters in the meadow between her family’s estate and the neighboring farm she […]


Audio Review: Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris

Audio Review: Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris

Posted June 10, 2011 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

May have spoilers if you have not read books 1-3. Ok. This one is a re-read for me. Well, I cheated a little and checked out the audio book from the library and listened to it at work since I have so many other books to read at the moment. Anyway – I wanted to revisit this book to refresh my memory on the little details before the new season of True Blood starts on June 26th. The 4th season is based on the 4th book, Dead to the World. I read Dead to the World for the 1st time in 2009 and I loved it. The biggest thing that stuck with me from this book was the shower scene (if you have read it […]


Interview + Giveaway: Jennifer Turner

Posted June 8, 2011 by Jennifer in Top Menu | 14 Comments

Who is Jennifer Turner? Jennifer Turner lives in Bowling Green, Ohio, with her husband, twelve year old daughter, and two cats. She regularly claims one of the aforementioned takes far more work than the others to maintain-but she won’t share which one. She’s the middle child between two brothers, an the favorite of her parents. Of course, that’s always subject to opinion. Jennifer began her writing career as a self-published romance author, but is now represented by Robert Gottlieb, Chairman of Trident Media Group. If you would like to contact Jennifer Turner or stalk her like I do, here is where you can find her:  Website  | Blog  |  Twitter |  Facebook  INTERVIEW Q: Eternal Hearts is the title of your latest book that we are featuring here at The Book […]