Tag: science fiction

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

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…

Review: Secrets Vol: 29 – Indulge Your Fantasies

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…

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

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…

Review: Spice ‘n’ Solace by K.C. Burn

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…

Movie Review: Paul starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost

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,…

Movie Review: Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt

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…

Review: Once Upon a Time in Space by Heather Massey

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…

Review: Luminous Nights by Michele Hart

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…

Review: Wicked Illusion by Bethany Michaels

by Susan S., guest reviewer Preface: Who hasn’t heard that when it comes to love, opposites attract? Everyone has that ying to their yang, that moon to complement…

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