Book Review – Pirate Master by Jules Radcliffe

Genre: MM Romance Adventure Well, I can honestly say my timbers were well and truly shivered by the end of this raunchy, tender, exciting instalment of the Pirates of Port Royal series. The series has recently been re-worked, and this third story in the series is now a standalone novel. I hadn’t heard of this series, but I was lured inContinue reading “Book Review – Pirate Master by Jules Radcliffe”

Book Review – A Queen’s Pride by N.D. Jones

Genre: Shifter, Adventure, Horror A Queen’s Pride is the first book in the Feline Nation series. This was another of those books I picked up purely because of the beautiful cover. Also, I love cats, especially big cats, so the lure was irresistible.  There’s always a risk with that strategy, but it paid off. A Queen’s Pride is an incredibleContinue reading “Book Review – A Queen’s Pride by N.D. Jones”

Book Review – Together by Eloreen Moon

Genre: Gay Polyamorous romance, erotica Together is fairly short, being 80 pages long, and has a simple construct. Three men have loved each other since high school. Two of them (El and En) get married and then they realise their lives feel incomplete without Victor.  Victor has loved them both from afar, but has never dared toContinue reading “Book Review – Together by Eloreen Moon”

Book Review – Incubus Honeymoon by August Li

Genre: LGBT Fantasy Fiction It took me a while to read this book. About two years, in fact. I picked it up, put it down. It played on my mind until finally, with lockdown providing the perfect opportunity to work through my book stash, I could no longer avoid it.  My hesitation had all toContinue reading “Book Review – Incubus Honeymoon by August Li”

Review – Xander Chase and the Unicorn Code by Carrie Weston

Genre: YA Fantasy, Murder Mystery I didn’t really know what to expect from this. The book starts with a young girl being lured by beautiful music into a forest, where other children are gathering around a mysterious man who leads them to the river. As one by one they disappear beneath the water, Lilly managesContinue reading “Review – Xander Chase and the Unicorn Code by Carrie Weston”

Review – Black and White by Ryan M. S.

Genre: Fantasy and Realism   I’ve read a few books recently where a little nip and tuck would make a much tighter story (and that includes my own work) and this book is another one, BUT I loved the plot, and the lead characters, Daniel Vincent and Kyra, have great chemistry.    It took a whileContinue reading “Review – Black and White by Ryan M. S.”

Review – Omega Rising by Douglas S. Pierce

Genre: Dystopian Honorable Zombie Adventure I can’t help but like Rusty Bones. He’s been dealt a rough deal. A family man who signs a contract, thinking it will give his family a more comfortable lifestyle, gradually finds he is sucked into the sinister Omega Project. As a result, he loses everything, including his soul. WhenContinue reading “Review – Omega Rising by Douglas S. Pierce”