Succubus or Incubus

Review: Dark Cravings (Dark Series, Book 1) by Madeline Pryce

Review: Dark Cravings (Dark Series, Book 1) by Madeline Pryceby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is told in the first person. Micah McGregor and Ella Grey are Shadow Hunters and they have issues about working together. At our first introduction, they seem more like bickering teenagers than badass vampire hunters. And isn’t that what we love, when our couple don’t seem to like each […]

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Review: The Demon Lover (Fairwick Chronicles, Book 1) by Juliet Dark

Review: The Demon Lover (Fairwick Chronicles, Book 1) by Juliet Darkby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is written in the first person. Dr. Cailleach Fay seems to enjoy writing about all types of demon lovers. She doesn’t just teach the classics but also watches episodes of Dark Shadows and reads the works of Anne Rice. Callie is vying for a teaching position at Fairwick College. […]

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Review: Demons Like It Hot by Sidney Ayers

Review: Demons Like It Hot by Sidney Ayersby Lynn Reynolds

This is book 2 of the “Demons Unleashed” series. Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Matthias Ambrose is a demon. He’s also a paid mercenary. His latest mission is to protect Serah, Seraphina, SanGermano from the Infernati. In his circle Serah is known as a Pure-Blood. Serah is having problems at her catering business. It’s an ongoing […]

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Review: Luck of the Devil (Speak of the Devil, Book 1) by Patricia Eimer

Review: Luck of the Devil (Speak of the Devil, Book 1) by Patricia Eimerby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is written in the first person. We see that Faith Bettincourt and her friends are not exactly human. But she has a human job working in a hospital. She’s a charge nurse in the Children’s ICU unit. Her friend Lisa is a succubus who’s also a nurse. Faith is […]

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Review: Midnight Brunch (Casa Dracula Book 2) by Marta Acosta

Review: Midnight Brunch (Casa Dracula Book 2) by Marta Acostaby Keira

In the second installment of the Casa Dracula series, Milagro meets many more vampires as they come to celebrate the naming ceremony of Sam and Winnie’s baby, an event she just so happens to be excluded from which irks her to no end. Why must Oswald and the Grants always keep her out of the […]

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6 Reasons Why the Paranormal Character is Always Male

6 Reasons Why the Paranormal Character is Always Maleby Keira

This post is in response to a little nugget that I read in Heather’s article at the Galaxy Express entitled Does Science Fiction Romance Need More Alpha Heroes? The specific section that caught my eye was this: In response to the My Paranormal Malaise post at Dear Author, Lisa Paitz Spindler asked: “Why is it […]

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Review: Bullet by Laurell K. Hamilton

Review: Bullet by Laurell K. Hamiltonby Keira

So guess what… I actually like Richard Zeeman. I never ever thought it would be possible! I hated him on sight that first time he was introduced in the book series. He only became an angry whiny blackhole of lethal emotions and suckitude later on but in Bullet – he man’s up! He’s likeable. He […]

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Review: Magic University Book Three: The Incubus and the Angel by Cecilia Tan

Review: Magic University Book Three: The Incubus and the Angel by Cecilia Tanby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer If Tarot cards are your thing, you might like this one as they are, in part responsible for one man investigating some strange goings on with a female friend he knows. She is having nightmares when she shouldn’t have, and doesn’t know the reason for them until she discovers she […]

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