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Casting the Spotlight on Liana Brooks

Casting the Spotlight on Liana Brooksby Guest Blogger

  Liana Brooks would like to SCUBA dive Europa (that moon around Jupiter), but with the NASA shuttle program shut down she’s resorted to writing science fiction instead. She likes southern beaches, warm weather, sharks, and striped socks. Her superhero romance series started with Evan Villains Fall in Love and continues with Even Villains Go […]

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Scarlett Legacy by Shelli Rosewarne

Scarlett Legacy by Shelli Rosewarneby Guest Blogger

Hi all. It’s wonderful to be here today with my new release, Scarlett Legacy. It’s a paranormal romance, inspired by the fairytale of Little Red Riding Hood – but this one is definitely not for children! Now, my Big Bad Wolf is bad in a whole different way, so I thought I would share a […]

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Review: Blood Deep (Blackthorn, Book 4) by Lindsay J. Pryor

Review: Blood Deep (Blackthorn, Book 4) by Lindsay J. Pryorby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Blurb: Blood Deep (Blackthorn #4) by Lindsay J. Pryor Bad can feel good, Jessie. Bad can feel as good as it can get. The tattoos covering Eden Reece’s arm tell the tale of a con with an appetite for danger. Even so, arriving at The Circus – the criminal heart of […]

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Review: The Vampire Hunter (In the Company of Vampires, Book 2) by Michelle Hauf

Review: The Vampire Hunter (In the Company of Vampires, Book 2) by Michelle Haufby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: It’s Kasper’s (Kaz) sixteenth birthday and his only present is a wild, fanged beast trying to kill him – in his panic, he stakes him, killing him outright, though it takes another man, Tor to tell him that the beast he just took out was a vampire and even though […]

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Review: A Vampire’s Passion (A Romance In Central City, Book 3) by Jordan K. Rose

Review: A Vampire's Passion (A Romance In Central City, Book 3) by Jordan K. Roseby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Brandt is aware of homeless going missing and an evil army vowing to take control of the city, but if he has anything to do with it, they won’t get the chance. Brandt has enough trouble on a reconnaissance mission to find out more on Menhadens, a restaurant in Central […]

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Top 10 Fun Facts About Angel’s Keeping

Top 10 Fun Facts About Angel's Keepingby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Brantwijn Serrah, author of Angel’s Keeping “Raschael” is pronounced like “Raphael” The characters in Angel’s Keeping are mostly incubi and succubae. The “familiar” name for these demons is exsul, or “outcasts”. They descend from the original fallen angels and are the oldest race of demons. All demons in the Blood and Fire […]

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Review: Slow Hand (Hot Cowboy Nights, Book 1) by Victoria Vane

Review: Slow Hand (Hot Cowboy Nights, Book 1) by Victoria Vaneby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Nicole “Nikki” Powell has some regrets.  And with the way her story starts off you have to feel sorry for her.  And the author does a great job at showing all the emotions that Nikki is feeling.  Wade Knowlton has a soft heart but that doesn’t mean that he’s a pushover.  […]

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Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dare

Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dareby Keira

Previously titled The Legend of the Werestag. Not a paranormal. Hero: Luke Trenton, Viscount Merritt, is beastly in appearance and temperament. War stripped him of his civility and hardened his heart. He feels like he has nothing to offer the girl who looks at him with stars in her eyes. He wants her to get […]

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