This book was excellent and shows Diane Adams to be a rising star as a writer. Drake is a guardian angel but unlike his brother guardian angels, Drake holds the memory of his charges. Drake’s current charge is a human guardian named Grey. The odd thing about Grey is that he can see angels and even touch and talk too Drake which is unsettling to … Continue reading
Sometimes, what we want and what happens just doesn’t add up. The blurb to request this book intrigued me enough, and the beginning of it actually made me happy, it did. The rest of the story– not so much.
Eden has her whole world crashing around her. First by the declaration of her fiancé of ten years how he wants to be a woman and is in love … Continue reading
To give all readers a fair warning – This review will be very conflicting. You may ask why, but there is no clear answer to that question, other than saying, that my opinions were many and they just loved to clash.
Now to talk about this story, It is a story about Micah, a film student who has issues with his friends but still loves them, cannot … Continue reading
I admit to a weakness for Highlander stories. I love the era, the strong men, the trouble, and the kilts. What I don’t love is the tendency for the females in the Highlander stories to be clingy, soft ladies who constantly need rescuing by the big Alpha males. So, it was a very pleasant surprise to get to know the heroine of this book, Bree Kirkland. … Continue reading
Author: Jamie Craig
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Carina Press
Genre: M/M Science Fiction
ISBN 13: 9781426891199
The Lonan and the Athess systems have been at war for ages. The Athess secretly hold a prison planet where a precious ore is mined by prisoners and sold on the black market. Jasak is head guard of the planet and an honorable man. He believes in the rightness of what he is doing at all times until a prisoner, Aleron, gets under his skin. Jasak starts to bend … Continue reading
Seeing Red by Susan Crandall opens with a fourteen year old Ellis Greene awaiting the sentencing of Hollis Alexander, the man responsible for the kidnapping, rape and attempted murder of her cousin Laura. Following the guilty verdict, Alexander makes a promise to Ellis that she’ll pay for the testimony that put him away and she can only pray that he’ll never be released to make good on that promise.
It’s … Continue reading
Author: Lena Austin
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Shape Shifter (Male/Male)
ISBN 13: 9781605211183
Foxxe Wylder is the closeted star of his own survival reality show. On a shoot in Yellowstone, Foxxe meets Reno and finally finds someone that he can’t survive without. Problem is that Reno is a coyote shifter who becomes Foxxe’s co-star
This was a very good story but I wish it was a much longer book.
Reno and Foxxe blended together beautifully.
Another Westmoreland man is tamed; this time around it is Clint.
Ex-Texas Ranger Clint learns that he is still married to Alyssa Barkley, but the only way to get the marriage annulled is to live together for 30 days on Clint’s horse ranch. Talk about steamy, Brenda Jackson tells a story that lingers in your heart long after your finished, leaving you wanting and wishing … Continue reading
They’re absolutely no hiding for Miss Lana Hancock and she also knows about danger and betrayal. In recent months, she was captured by Swarm, a terrorist group who has a member who stood back and did nothing to help her; a man who possessed sinfully dark eyes and has a rugged appearance. And when she thinks she’s finally freed, she’s captured again by … Continue reading
You probably would never guess what this story would be about just by reading the title, or maybe you would think it was some kind of a historical, or wouldn’t think it would be about a former CIA operative named John Trager who tries to find his true self and the reason for self-sacrifice as he travels to Africa and meets up with an anthropologist name Simone Loriot and her passionate quest … Continue reading