Graphic Novel Review: Fever Moon by Karen Marie Moning

Posted August 9, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 5 Comments

Fever Moon: The Fear Dorcha by Karen Marie Moning Al Rio (Artist), David Lawrence (Scripter), Cliff Richards (Illustrations) ★★★★An all-new Mac & Barrons story by #1 New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning, marvelously adapted into a full-color graphic novel by writer David Lawrence and illustrator Al Rio In Fever Moon, we meet the most ancient and deadly Unseelie ever created, the Fear Dorcha. For eons, he’s traveled worlds with the Unseelie king, leaving behind him a path of mutilation and destruction. Now he’s hunting Dublin, and no one Mac loves is safe. Dublin is a war zone. The walls between humans and Fae are down. A third of the world’s population is dead and chaos reigns. Imprisoned over half a million years ago, the […]


Darklands by Nancy Holzner

Darklands by Nancy Holzner

Posted August 8, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

Please do not let the cover turn you off of reading Darklands. I hate it when a great book gets a not so great cover. I’ve read books with really pretty covers where the cover was the only thing the book had going for it. So like the old saying goes, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. Darklands picks up about a month after Bloodstone and we start off by seeing Vicky getting suckered into going to Tina’s school for Career Night. Of course, the popular speaker in the all zombie class is a fry cook that brought coupons for free food. (If you’ve not read this series, Zombies eat more than Shaggy and Scooby Doo) Vicky has the luck of being the last […]


Review: Bound by Night by Amanda Ashley

Posted August 7, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 4 Comments

Bound by Nightby Amanda AshleyMass Market Paperback, 340 pagesPublished August 30th 2011 by Zebra★★★ 1/2A Vampire’s Kiss Is Forever. . . Once featured in a horror movie, the crumbling Wolfram estate is said to be haunted by ghosts, witches, and worse. But Elena doesn’t believe a word of it—until she spends the night and wakes up in the arms of a compelling stranger. . Tall, dark, and disturbingly handsome, Drake is the most beautiful man Elena has ever seen. For centuries, he has lived alone, and Elena is the first woman to enter his lair—and survive. And Drake is the first man to touch her heart and soul. By the time she discovers who he really is—and what he craves—it’s too late. Blood lust has turned […]


ROMP with Lexi George

ROMP with Lexi George

Posted August 6, 2012 by Jennifer in Author Guest Post | 11 Comments

TEN WAYS TO MAKE A DEMON HUNTER SEXY Start with a strapping, six foot plus alpha male warrior. Inject him with logic and a literal viewpoint of the universe. Replace sense of humor with an unwavering purpose and devotion to duty. Load him up with muscles and super strength. Give him a pair of bedroom eyes, a smoke and whiskey voice that would tempt a saint, and a body so perfect it would make a male underwear model wail with envy. Throw in the face of an archangel. Endow him with superior strength, a bag of tricks (like invisibility and a built in translator), and several thousand years’ experience in warfare and the hunt. Give him a magical weapon to use on demons and a different sort of […]


Review: Timeless Desire by Gwyn Cready

Review: Timeless Desire by Gwyn Cready

Posted August 5, 2012 by Jonetta in Book Review | 3 Comments

In general, I’m not crazy about time travel stories because the paradoxes end up scrambling my brain. This story doesn’t bother with that kind of nonsense and freed me to just relax and enjoy the action. It’s one of the best I’ve read, though my repertoire is pretty slim. Panna’s pretty adventuresome for a librarian and she was before she became a widow. The one time I felt I needed to stretch of my sensibilities was when she discovered the portal. Panna’s reaction was more “look what I found” instead of being flattened or astounded by it. This distracted me for awhile but once I moved on, I was drawn into the intrigue. Panna discovers Bridgewater almost immediately after entering the portal. He’s leery of […]


ROMP with Felicity Heaton

ROMP with Felicity Heaton

Posted August 4, 2012 by Jennifer in Author Guest Post | 18 Comments

THE ROMP-A-LICIOUS  MEN OF THE VET SERIES It’s wonderful to be back at The Book Nympho for not only the fantastic Stomp Vs Romp event but for my Vampirerotique Summer Book Tour. Today, I have wrangled the heroes of my Vampire Erotic Theatre series together and have sat them down in Antoine’s very lovely (read gloomy) office at the Vampirerotique Theatre. It’s a little cramped in here with six strapping vampire heroes surrounding me, and several of them have work to do before this evening’s performance, so I’ll have to make this quick. FH: Hello, boys. It’s fantastic to see you all together and moderately behaving yourselves. This interview is going to be quite freeform. I want you to tell me and the audience why […]


Guest Post + Giveaway — Claire Ashgrove

Posted August 3, 2012 by Jennifer in Author Guest Post | 7 Comments

What’s In A Superstition? Hi everyone! Thanks for having me here today. I’m over-the-moon excited about the opportunity to talk about Bound by Decency, my debut historical. Pirates, quite frankly are fun. And what better way to get a peek at their psyche than to look at the superstitions that they believed in. An Earring Aids In Bettering The Sight While this has roots in what we know as acupuncture today, all the images we see of pirates with golden hoop earrings stems from the belief that piercing the lobe of the ear aided eye-sight. As sight was critical to pirates (they must be able to spot ships on a distant horizon), they readily believed. A Cannonball Anchors the Dead No, this doesn’t mean literally […]


Review: Driving Mr. Dead by Molly Harper

Review: Driving Mr. Dead by Molly Harper

Posted August 2, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 7 Comments

Driving Mr. Dead is a great fast read with Harper’s usual mix of humor and sexiness. Fans of the Jane Jameson series will want to check out the novella. We get a short and funny scene with Dick and a few mentions of Jane. But if you have not read the JJ series you can still read Driving Mr. Dead and not be lost. Miranda Puckett is a fun-loving gal that is having a bad time deciding whither to get back with her ex-fiance. In order to get a little alone time and space from him to think, she takes a job with her friend’s transport company. They just happen to transport vampires. Miranda’s first client, Collin, is an anal-retentive, shut-in vampire that lives in […]