Review – New Beginnings by Janet Olson

This was a strange one, caused in part by the difference in culture between the UK and the US. I can’t imagine any situation where a British family would immediately send a pregnant child to a third world country as a punishment for getting pregnant, AND expect her to give birth where health care isContinue reading “Review – New Beginnings by Janet Olson”

Review – Hush (Tainted Love series) by R&C Christiansen

It’s a bold move, to write three books in a series which are essentially the same story but told by the main characters in their own words in each book. E.L. James did it (not very well, in my humble opinion,) but this… THIS is totally a different level. By the end of Book 2,Continue reading “Review – Hush (Tainted Love series) by R&C Christiansen”

Review – Life Seed by Albert Nothlit

Just a heads up; this book – WURL – is the first in the Life Seed series, and ends on a cliffhanger, but trust me when I say the next book will be worth the wait. That out of the way, I loved reading this book. Once I started, I couldn’t put it down. IContinue reading “Review – Life Seed by Albert Nothlit”

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 – Tropical Punch (Bubbles In Space) by SC Jensen

The blurb says Raymond Chandler et al would be turning in their graves at this noir sci-fi comedy thriller, but I think they’d be delighted, to be honest. You can see the pulp fiction influences all over this book, from the Nadsat-esque language (there’s a glossary at the back) to the hard-boiled heroine, who isContinue reading “Review – Tropical Punch (Bubbles In Space) by SC Jensen”

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”

I’m searching for ARC reviewers!

Hi everyone! I hope you’re all well during this continuing situation. I can’t believe it’s over a year since it all kicked off, but here we are… Please stay safe and well. This might add a small bit of light relief, I hope. I’m offering you the opportunity to read Closer Than Blood Part 1:Continue reading “I’m searching for ARC reviewers!”

Blog Tour/Review – T.A.G. Family Christmas by A.G. Carothers

I’m very pleased to be part of the blog tour for T.A.G. Family Christmas by A.G. Carothers. My review is at the end of this post, and there’s an excerpt as well as a giveaway of a $15 Amazon voucher. Good luck and Happy Holidays! My Review I’m not familiar with this series, and asContinue reading “Blog Tour/Review – T.A.G. Family Christmas by A.G. Carothers”

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 – Hearts Ablaze by A.D. Ellis

I seem to be OD’ing on romance novels over the past few weeks, and it was a pleasure to join in with A D Ellis’s blog tour and have the chance to read her new novel, Hearts Ablaze, the first book of the Forged In the City series. The book was an easy read, withContinue reading “Book Review – Hearts Ablaze by A.D. Ellis”