Werewolf

Men and Wolves and Myths, Oh My…

Men and Wolves and Myths, Oh My…by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Stephanie Julian, author of Goddess in the Middle (Forgotten Goddesses) I’m a huge mythology fan so when I realized that GODDESS IN THE MIDDLE, the third book in the Forgotten Goddesses series, was going to be a ménage, I knew I had to come up with two strong men. Amity, the Etruscan […]

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Review: The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dare

Review: The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dareby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Regency Werewolf Trilogy, Book One Have you ever wished for something you’ll never have? Like that Lamborghini Countach, or the eight bedroom beachside mansion. Well, Weston Hadley (hero) has grown accustomed to wishing for the unattainable. I know what you’re thinking. Pray tell, what does Hadley want that he can’t […]

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Get into Bed with Lydia Dare (Author Interview 2)

Get into Bed with Lydia Dare (Author Interview 2)by Susan S.

Susan: If a genie could bring your writing muse to life, what would he/she look like? Tammy: It would be a man that resembles my husband who says, “Get your ass in the chair and write something.” That’s all it takes for me. To get my rear end in the chair in a quiet place. […]

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Review: Cat Scratch Fever by Jodi Redford

Review: Cat Scratch Fever by Jodi Redfordby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Lilly Prescott’s grandfather lost a whopping 60 acres of land during a poker game gone wrong. And who benefited? Dante Morgan’s father (Foster). Now Lilly will do anything to reclaim the property which should belong to her family. Not if, but when she gets the land, Lilly (heroine) plans to […]

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When the Alpha’s Away, the She-wolf Will Play

When the Alpha’s Away, the She-wolf Will Playby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Terry Spear, author of A SEAL in Wolf’s Clothing Now, first, I must make it perfectly clear that an alpha male and female wolf mate for life, and that my werewolves do the same. So what is this implying? That a she-wolf is straying? Nope! This is Meara Greymere, Hunter’s sister, and […]

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Review: The Seven Year Witch by Jodi Redford

Review: The Seven Year Witch by Jodi Redfordby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Book Two in That Old Black Magic Series Clarissa Miles (head mistress of the Beaumont Coven house) is a little stressy lately. Seven years ago she sold her soul and now it’s collection time! Keeping up the everything’s-fine pretenses is starting to take its toll. And whoever said that every […]

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Review: Dreaming of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Review: Dreaming of the Wolf by Terry Spearby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. This is the 8th book in the Dreaming of the Wolf series, and the first one I have read. Each book can act as a stand alone and the author does a good job of explaining the rules of the Lupus Garou pack life, but I didn’t feel as invested in […]

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Review: That Voodoo You Do by Jodi Redford

Review: That Voodoo You Do by Jodi Redfordby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Was it a voodoo queen’s black magick which lured me into the story, or a white witch dabbling with a 24 hr. spell? Who knows?! But what I do know is that Ms. Redford’s novel is not to be missed. It was spectacular! I read it in “one” day, and am […]

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