Misha Jagliaferro – Thirst for Love

Author: Misha Jagliaferro
Reviewed by: Aingeal
Publisher: Secret Cravings
Genre: M/F paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781618852106

Summary: Victor Nicolescu wants only two things: blood to sate his hunger and a woman to love him for eternity. The blood is easy—his butler donates to Victor’s personal blood bank on a regular basis. Sometimes, however, Victor has an undeniable craving for fresh blood. His most recent craving leads him straight to Claudia Reyes, a gorgeous psychiatrist who doesn’t believe in the existence of vampires. His bite transforms her … Continue reading

Drea Becraft – Sold At First Bite

Author: Drea Becraft
Reviewed by: Aingeal
Publisher: Secret Cravings
Genre: M/F paranormal
ISBN 13:   9781618852144

Summary: While the substantial amount of debt stacks heavy on her shoulders Cassidy Austin can’t help but mourn the loss of her home, as well as everything in it, while watching as  it’s auctioned off one piece of at time. But through the fog of sorrow comes a bright light in the form of a vampire who fills her thoughts with hope and her body with lust.

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Cynthia Arsuaga – A Vampire in Paris

Author: Cynthia Arsuaga
Reviewed by: Aingeal
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Genre: M/F Paranormal
ISBN 13: 9781618851789


This book was great!  The imagery and the blood lust rocked!!  😀  I like the portrayal of the types of vampires and only thought they lacked that “super-human” strength we all know them to have when Ramsey tried to rescue Julli the first time.  He did not use any tricks or muscle and fell short when battling with the human servants of the old vampire, Laurent.  I dug … Continue reading

Eva Paludan – The Man That Fell From the Sky

Author: Eva Paludan
Reviewed by: Aingeal
Publisher: Smashwords
Genre: M/F Western
ISBN 13: N/A

All around I liked it.  I had some minor quibbles with some of it. I thought that sometimes when one character was apologizing, the other character would answer too quickly and not explain their thinking.  (ex. “That was hard for you, I know, move on”.)  I also thought they could have spoken about the property a little more, or maybe discuss Montana’s countryside a little more.  It was hard to visualize Wonderland, … Continue reading