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

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…

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

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…

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

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…

Top 10 Fun Facts About Angel’s Keeping

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…

Audio Review: Conversion (Conversion, Book 1) by S.C. Stephens

Hero: Teren Adams is a gorgeous twenty-something year old architect who just so happens to be part vampire. He really wants things to work with Emma and can’t…

Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willig

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Make sure to read the Prologue because it prepares the reader for the first chapter. Sally Fitzhugh is at an evening soirée and she…

Get into Bed with Elisabeth Staab (Author Interview)

Keira: Tell us a bit about the vampire mythology around the Chronicles of Yavn Series. Elisabeth Staab: The vampires in the Chronicles of Yavn are alive rather than…

Heroes Who Think They’re Villains

Guest blog by Saloni Quinby, author of Fangs and Floggers (Weapons of Redemption) Although I love many different types of characters, my favorites are the redeemed villain and…

Review: Blood Torn (Blackthorn, Book 3) by Lindsay J. Pryor

Reviewed by Sharon S. ‘Vampires might bite, honey, but lycans tear.’ Jask Tao, lycan leader, rules his pack with absolute dedication and demands the same loyalty in return….

Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?

Guest blog by Cynthia Garner, author of Vampire’s Hunger Prior to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, vampires were dead things that crawled out of their graves each night to feed…

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

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…

Review: Desire in Tartan: 2 (Highland Vampires) by Suz deMello

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Her first novel in the Highland Vampires series, Temptation in Tartan: 1, concentrated on one part of the Kilburn clan, Lydia Swann-Williston and…

Review: To Love and Serve (Vampire Reborn, Book 2) by Caridad Pineiro

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The paranormal action starts right from the first paragraph. In my opinion, this is one of those series that you will want to read…

Review: Romancing the Dead by Tate Halloway

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Garnet is planning a wedding with a vampire, but when he goes missing, she is left with Sebastian’s half-vampire / all attitude son,…

Review: For Love or Vengeance (Reborn Vampire, Book 1) by Caridad Pineiro

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Helene Alexander works for the FBI and she has a secret that she keeps from her fellow agents. Miguel Sanchez is a fellow agent…

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