On my Radar by Kelly Renee


On my Radar

Review: Disclaimer: I received this free Ebook in return for an honest review.

Not what I expected which is why I loved every word I read! The story flowed beautifully and the chemistry between Jess and Tremlin was like an intense passionate kiss. Steamy in most areas but a strong romantic twist using vampirism and lesbianism. It definitely made for a perfect tease! There is indeed a conflict that takes place and Tremlin is faced with an unexpected result. But it is definitely worth the read!

Sheep’s Clothing by Elizabeth Einspanier


Sheep’s Clothing

Review: Disclaimer: I received this free paperback in return for an honest review.

 Doc Meadows, the doctor of the town of Salvation is well known and well respected. That is, up until he is held at gun point by an unfamiliar stranger that goes by the name of Wolf. Together, they embark on an adventure that requires them to hunt down the ruthless vampire, Alexandre Russeau. Doc Meadows thinks they may be way in over their heads when Doc discovers the reason why Wolf wants Russeau so badly. As Russeau starts draining the town one person at a time Doc discovers he has two things worth saving…His town of Salvation…and his love, Sarah. But will Doc save Sarah before Russeau can turn her?

 Definitely impressed with this short and sweet western tale that had me gripping to each and every page wanting to know more!

The Broken by Shelley Coriell


The Broken

Review: Disclaimer: I won this as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

This was my first romantic suspense that I have ever read, and I have to say I have come to appreciate this genre. I knew what was going on and I was sitting on the edge of my seat as I turned the pages! Definitely a must read from start to finish. But to consider what Kate Johnson had to undergo in this mind gripping suspense with being stabbed several times from a familiar source yet still finding time to fit in a love interest…Well, it is simply romantic! Not to mention the talented, handsome Agent Reed! After all, what goes better with crime, then a little spice of romance??

The Necromancer’s House by Christopher Buehlman


The Necromancer’s House

REVIEW: Did I mention how disturbingly charming this book is?! What a grand finale after everything! The whole idea of a warlock talking to the dead through media film was incredibly genius! This was the first time I have read a book like this and it was enchanting. It had a lot of humorous parts, definitely some intense parts and “what the hell” parts but I would so read this book again!!! Thank-you Christopher!

Dark Roses for the Grave of Andersen by Rod Starcke


Dark Roses for the Grave of Andersen


It wasn’t the best, but, it wasn’t the worst. There are 7 tales in this collection and I liked 4/7. The Unicorn and the Lovelorn Knight was my favorite from the collection, followed by The Glass Mare and The Ceramic Stallion, The Three who wanted to find Heaven and The Troll and the very ugly Princess. Each of these stories shared a dark and significant telling of wonders.