Review – Wake of Sins by Catrin Russell (Book 5: Lights of Darkness series)

I have been thoroughly enjoying this high fantasy series, from the moment Anaya set eyes on Samael and all the other characters beguiled me with their own stories. This book is no exception. This is Book 5, so it ISN’T a standalone. I believe there is one more book to come and that is nearingContinue reading “Review – Wake of Sins by Catrin Russell (Book 5: Lights of Darkness series)”

Review – Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M. Nascosta

Sometimes, a book crosses your radar which is so ludicrous it’s hard to ignore it. I tried. I really did but in the end, succumbed as it was on Kindle Unlimited. I mean, who wouldn’t? I was fully prepared for the book to be awful. A book with a strange title can be the firstContinue reading “Review – Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M. Nascosta”

Review – The Museum of Perfect Scenes by Kirran Thompson

I’ll start with a disclaimer. I’ve had this book on my Kindle for a while and the copy I read may NOT be the most up-to-date version. There were some editing and punctuation issues which I hope have been rectified in later editions. This is a great idea, imaginative and wistful. When she was aContinue reading “Review – The Museum of Perfect Scenes by Kirran Thompson”

Review – Virgin’s Curse by J.C. Seal

This was a fun read, bold and inventive, with immensely likeable characters. I haven’t read the other books, so came into this one cold. I have to say it works really well as a standalone novel, although reading the other books can only enrich the world the author has created. Elena is a great character;Continue reading “Review – Virgin’s Curse by J.C. Seal”

Review – The Apprentice Storyteller by Astrid V.J.

First I need to point out the story is written in the present tense, which doesn’t suit everyone. It took me a little while to adjust to it but once I did, it seemed to suit the fantastical nature of the story very well. The blurb says it all, so I won’t rehash it. ThisContinue reading “Review – The Apprentice Storyteller by Astrid V.J.”

Review – Nefarious Echoes by Catrin Russell

This was another incredible instalment in The Light of Darkness series, where we follow the lives of Anaya the Priestess and Samael her demon lover, who are now leaders of the House of Fahd. Various factions have issues with both the Fahd panther tribe and the leaders themselves. In the meantime, a group of mercenariesContinue reading “Review – Nefarious Echoes by Catrin Russell”

Review – Forged by Blood (A Kingdom Scarred, #0.5) by Catrin Russell

This is the prequel to A Kingdom Scarred, a new fantasy series which contains all the required elements including a young man on a quest, a younger sibling in peril and fantastic, vicious creatures. There’s a village set in the foothills of towering mountains and tension between children and parents. Anyone who has read whatContinue reading “Review – Forged by Blood (A Kingdom Scarred, #0.5) by Catrin Russell”

Blog Tour/Review – The Wicked Stepbrother and Other Stories by Warren Rochelle

Genre: MM Fairy Tales/Fantasy It’s my pleasure to feature Warren Rochelle’s collection of adult fairytales on Hollow Hills Blog. There is also an excerpt and a giveaway, as well as my review at the end of this post, so lots of treats for you to check out! Warren Rochelle has a new collection of gayContinue reading “Blog Tour/Review – The Wicked Stepbrother and Other Stories by Warren Rochelle”

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.”