science fiction

Review: Haven 6 (New Dawn, Book 3) by Aubrie Dionne

Review: Haven 6 (New Dawn, Book 3) by Aubrie Dionneby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Eridani is the only woman on board The Heritage ship who hasn’t found herself a man, but she more than makes up for this lack of male interest when she is sent on a mission to perform covert operations on an alien planet, Haven 6 where she can find more […]

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Review: Secrets Vol: 29 – Indulge Your Fantasies

Review: Secrets Vol: 29 - Indulge Your Fantasiesby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer In Sweet Talking the Opposition by Saskia Walker Marcus Weston was the last person Eliza thought she’d meet on a cruise on the Rhine River, but when she is there for a business conference she has to play it very cool. She has to be careful as he was a […]

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Review: Women on the Edge of Space by Daniell Bodnar and Cecilia Tan

Review: Women on the Edge of Space by Daniell Bodnar and Cecilia Tanby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer After an interesting and in depth introduction by Danielle Bodnar about the science-fiction genre, its reasons for intriguing her to want to have a compilation of stories based in deep space, the reader is treat to four stories of how women cope with their lives in space starting with an […]

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Review: Spice ‘n’ Solace by K.C. Burn

Review: Spice 'n' Solace by K.C. Burnby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer When it comes to m/m I am very forgiving of the plot device used as long as I love the characters and connect to them. Funny, how this doesn’t hold true for my m/f reads, damn double standards <G>. I would classify this novella as an erotic read, which means […]

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Movie Review: Paul starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost

Movie Review: Paul starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frostby Keira

A couple of sci-fi nerds from Britain visit America for comic-con and a road trip to the UFO hotspots in the southwest, including Area 51, the Black Mailbox, Roswell, and Devil’s Tower. Along the way they meet a real alien and have to help him get away from the “Men in Black” gang and his […]

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Movie Review: Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt

Movie Review: Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon and Emily Bluntby Keira

Originally this was a movie that I thought to go see in theaters with my dad (we like to see all the Sci-Fi movies together as a father/daughter bonding thing). I’m glad then that I went with a friend who’d read up on the movie instead, because the movie wasn’t all that sci-fi to me. […]

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Review: Once Upon a Time in Space by Heather Massey

Review: Once Upon a Time in Space by Heather Masseyby Keira

The Situation: Earth is a dying hunk of rock in the wasteland of space, but humans are doing their best to deny it while digging tunnels deep under the surface to avoid the sun’s harmful rays. Humanity is 40 billion strong and counting. There aren’t enough resources to go around, jobs are limited and nobody […]

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Review: Luminous Nights by Michele Hart

Review: Luminous Nights by Michele Hartby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer Summary: Blank Blank (sorry, no-spoilers) is using the pseudonym Jack Luminous. Luminous, hero, is a Draco Alliance Imperial Marshal (galactic super cop). His job is to protect Draco (an entire galaxy sector with 15 worlds). When Alliance Gemini tick prototypes are stolen, he’ll do what he must to track down […]

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