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Review: One Thousand Kisses (The Fey Realm, Book 2) by Jody Wallace

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer The Fairy Court doesn’t stand a chance with Primary, Embor Fiertag in the ranks – he is a fun kind of guy, kind…

Review: Across The Veil by Lisa Kessler

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Across the Veil is a wonderful little short story. I usually don’t read short stories unless they are by an author I know,…

Review: Bride Enchanted by Edith Layton

When London’s best catch of the season – nay the decade – singles you out from across a crowded ballroom you would probably look over your shoulder for…

Review: Forever Vampire by Michele Hauf

by Sharon S., guest reviewer   I had no idea how much I would enjoy this story! Hauf’s voice is a breath of fresh air for me. I…

Review: A Tale of Two Goblins by H.P. Mallory

by Sharon S., guest reviewer A Tale of Two Goblins is book #2 in the Dulcie O’Neil series. H.P. Mallory has struck Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance Gold! She has…

Review: As You Wish by Gabi Stevens

by Sharon S., guest reviewer This is the second book in the Time of Transition Trilogy. The cover of this book got my attention and the blurb sealed…

Review: Healing the Highlander by Melissa Mayhue

Heroine: Leah (Noble) MacQuarrie doesn’t belong in medieval Scotland though she’s determined to do so. She’s actually from the future, but has lived in Scotland now for 12…

Review: The Heart of War by Lisa Beth Darling

by Sharon S., guest reviewer It doesn’t take long to realize Ares is an ass. He is definitely the spoiled, self-important brat that the gods of Olympus think…

Review: Dark Obsession by Suzanne Rock

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer After her previous offering in the Immortal Realms series, Suzanne has wanted to produce a novel totally based on Javier and Catherine alone….

Review: Iron Queen (Iron Fey, Book 3) by Julie Kagawa

The Iron Queen is the third book in the Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa. The series should be read in order as each book follows closely on…

Review: Barely Bewitched by Kimberly Frost

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Barely Bewitched is a fun, “light,” and entertaining read. I’ve read it twice! This is Kimberly’s second book belonging to her Southern Witch…

Can Real Men Compete with Paranormal Heroes?

Truth or another whiny complaint from males about our reading material? Does paranormal romance hopelessly increase our expectations in a man? Let’s examine the paranormal hero to find…

Tooth Fairy Legends and Lore

by Ruth Hartman, guest blogger and author of Pillow Talk Typically, the tooth fairy is depicted as a tiny, winged female wearing a pastel-colored tutu and wielding a…

Review: Beyond the Highland Mist by Karen Marie Moning

By: Sasha Muradali, guest reviewer Highlander, Book 1: Beyond the Highland Mist Flung back in time, Adrienne de Simon got thrust into medieval Scotland from modern day Seattle….

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