Book Review: Blood & Ink (Ink Born #2) by Holly Evans


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Blood & Ink

SERIES: Ink Born #2

AUTHOR: Holly Evans


LENGTH: 179 pages

RELEASE DATE: May 5, 2017


It turns out that saving the day comes at a cost. In this case, my home in Wildrun. Oh, and my freedom.

Keirn called in a few favours with his friend,...Read More »

Book Review: Joel & Brent (Shibari Auction House Duet) by Sean Michael


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Joel & Brent

SERIES: Shibari Auction House Duet

AUTHOR: Sean Michael

PUBLISHER: Changeling Press

LENGTH: 92 pages

RELEASE DATE: April 28, 2017


Untried and virginal, Joel still knows he’s looking to be pushed. He wants to give up control, but he wants to fight, as well. Auctioning himself off for six...Read More »

Recent Release Review: Stoker & Bash: The Fangs of Skavo (Stoker & Bash #1) by Selina Kray


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Stoker & Bash: The Fangs of Skavo

SERIES: Stoker & Bash #1

AUTHOR: Selina Kray

PUBLISHER: Self Published

LENGTH: 310 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 7, 2017


At Scotland Yard, DI Timothy Stoker is no better than a ghost. A master of arcane documents and niggling details who, unlike his celebrity-chasing colleagues,...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Master's Blood (The Shifter's #6) by M.D. Grimm


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Master’s Blood

SERIES: The Shifters #6

AUTHOR: M.D. Grimm

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 192 pages

RELEASE DATE: September 4, 2013


Three days after the Agency infiltrated the headquarters of the Knights, an organization that killed, tortured, and experimented on shifters, Chief Anu sends Agent Poe on assignment: find Nordik, the powerful...Read More »

Release Day Review: Riding the Circuit (Riding Cowboy Flats #3) by Julia Talbot


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Riding the Circuit

SERIES: Riding Cowboy Flats #3

AUTHOR: Julia Talbot

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 73 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 7, 2017


Rodeo cowboy Frost Barton spends most of his time on tour, and that’s the way he likes it. But when his dad dies suddenly, Frost returns to southern New...Read More »

Release Day Review: An Unnatural Vice (Sins of the Cities #2) by K.J. Charles


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: An Unnatural Vice

SERIES: Sins of the Cities #2

AUTHOR: K.J. Charles

PUBLISHER: Loveswept

LENGTH: 250 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 6, 2017


In the sordid streets of Victorian London, unwanted desire flares between two bitter enemies brought together by a deadly secret.

Crusading journalist Nathaniel Roy is determined to expose spiritualists who...Read More »

Book Review: The Green's Hill Novellas by Amy Lane


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: The Green’s Hill Novellas

AUTHOR: Amy Lane

PUBLISHER: DSP Publications

LENGTH: 220 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 14, 2016


Welcome to Green’s Hill, a small, secret collective of the fey, furry, and undead, existing unnoticed in the California foothills for over a hundred and fifty years. Whether your passion is exotic...Read More »

New Release Review: Draakenwood (Whyborne & Griffin #9) by Jordan L. Hawk


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Draakenwood

SERIES: Whyborne & Griffin #9

AUTHOR: Jordan L. Hawk

PUBLISHER: Widdershins Press

LENGTH: 246 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 2, 2017


Someone is killing members of the old families…and the evidence points to Whyborne.

Widdershins has been unusually quiet for months. But now a mysterious creature from the Outside is on the...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Cattle Valley Days (Cattle Valley #12) by Carol Lynne


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Cattle Valley Days

SERIES: Cattle Valley #12

AUTHOR: Carol Lynne

PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing

LENGTH: 138 pages

RELEASE DATE: July 27, 2009


Saddle up, Cattle Valley residents. It’s time for the annual Cattle Valley Days, which means one thing. Cowboys, lots and lots of chapped cowboy butts.

We’ll be checking in with some...Read More »

Book Review: Cry Wolf (Underwood District #1) by Greta Stone


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Cry Wolf

SERIES: Underwood District #1

AUTHOR: Greta Stone

PUBLISHER: Skeleton Key Publishing

LENGTH: 409 pages

RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2017


Peter is a kitsune. Chaos follows him wherever he goes. Good intentions, bad intentions—it doesn’t matter. Even mimicking the howl of a friend he hasn’t seen in over a decade...Read More »

Book Review: Faire Magic (The Faire Folk #5) by Madeleine Ribbon


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Faire Magic

SERIES: The Faire Folk #5

AUTHOR: Madeleine Ribbon


LENGTH: 326 pages

RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2017


After a stint in prison and a deal with the FBI, Perry has found his way back to the magical Renaissance Faire. He desperately needs safety that only the Faire...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Eye of the Beholder (Cattle Valley #11) by Carol Lynne


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Eye of the Beholder

SERIES: Cattle Valley #11

AUTHOR: Carol Lynne

PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing

LENGTH: 132 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2009


For a year, Bo Lawson has tried to get closer to his boss, Backbreaker Ranch foreman Rance Benning, but the stubborn ex-rodeo champion refuses to be swayed. Bo can’t...Read More »

Book Review: Pentimento Blues (Bellingham Mysteries #6) by Nicole Kimberling


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Pentimento Blues

SERIES: Bellingham Mysteries #6

AUTHOR: Nicole Kimberling


LENGTH: 103 pages

RELEASE DATE: January 10, 2017


The Final Mystery.

Now that small-town reporter Peter Fontaine has gotten hitched to the man of his dreams, he thinks his days of solving crimes were over. But after a decades-old secret...Read More »

Book Review: Wes and Kit (Steampunk Mystery #1) by Hollis Shiloh


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Wes and Kit

SERIES: Steampunk Mystery #1

AUTHOR: Hollis Shiloh

PUBLISHER: Spare Words Press

LENGTH: 154 pages

RELEASE DATE: May 17, 2016


Wes has a soft heart—even if it is a gear heart from when he was mechanicalized during the war. Now close to homeless and in desperate straits, he still...Read More »

New Release Review: By the Numbers (Sancturay #10) by R.J. Scott


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: By the Numbers

SERIES: Sanctuary #10

AUTHOR: R.J. Scott

PUBLISHER: Love Lane Books

LENGTH: 156 pages

RELEASE DATE: May 17, 2017


The final book in the Sanctuary series

Secrets and lies threaten Brandon and Daniel’s new love.

Brandon Hoselton is running scared, finding security in his obsession with patterns and numbers. With his...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: The Last Bouquet (Cattle Valley #10) by Carol Lynne

Cattle Valley: The Last Bouquet by [Lynne, Carol]

Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: The Last Bouquet

SERIES: Cattle Valley #10

AUTHOR: Carol Lynne

PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing

LENGTH: 138 pages

RELEASE DATE: February 16, 2009


Tyler Manning hates seeing Hearn Sutherland mourn over a jerk like Mitch Lanham. Every week Hearn comes into Tyler’s shop to pick up fresh flowers for his lover’s grave, and...Read More »

Book Review: Sentinel's Dagger (D'Vaire #2) by Jessamyn Kingley


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Sentinel’s Dagger

SERIES: D’Vaire #2

AUTHOR: Jessamyn Kingley

PUBLISHER: Self Published

LENGTH: 277 pages

RELEASE DATE: March 28, 2017


Sentinels are as dangerous as they are mysterious. Not satisfied with the rumors that abound, the two necromancers at the Dragon Court of D’Vaire make the courageous decision to summon their soul...Read More »

Book Review: Paradise Earth (Box Set) by Samantha Winston


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Paradise Earth (Box Set)

AUTHOR: Samantha Winston

PUBLISHER: Changeling Press

LENGTH: 129 pages

RELEASE DATE: March 21, 2017


Planet Earth is failing. Global warfare and asteroid bombardment have left the planet devastated… perhaps beyond repair. Now a small group of terra-formers have just seven years to rebuild Earth’s ecosystems. Failure...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Gone Surfin' (Cattle Valley #9) by Carol Lynne


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Gone Surfin’

SERIES: Cattle Valley #9

AUTHOR: Carol Lynne

PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing

LENGTH: 136 pages

RELEASE DATE: January 19, 2009


Since the age of six, Kai Hachiya’s entire life has been centred on surfing. Now, at the age of twenty-six, he’s begun to drop in the rankings. Memories of a small-town...Read More »

Book Review: Pete and the Werewolf by Cassandra Pierce


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Pete and the Werewolf

AUTHOR: Cassandra Pierce

PUBLISHER: Less Than Three Press

LENGTH: 59 pages

RELEASE DATE: April 19, 2017


Finding himself at loose ends in life, Pete Maddock returns to the seaside town of Hope Harbor to look after his ailing grandfather, Elliot. He finds work at the Riptide...Read More »

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