Review: L.A. Witt – Pounding Skin

Author: L.A. Witt
Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: St. Martins Press via NetGalley

Genre: MM contemporary

Summary: Fighter pilot Jon Russell never sleeps with the same man twice. Known for his lack of shame when it comes to hooking up, Jon has no interest in commitment—even friends with benefits sounds like too much work.

Matt Huffman has slept with lots of women. He’s had loads of girlfriends. So why does the hot as hell pilot getting a tattoo … Continue reading

Caris Roane – Ascension

Author: Caris Roane
Reviewed by: Penumbra
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Genre: M/F Paranormal
ISBN 13:   9780312533717

Summary: Alison Wells’ supernatural powers have grown stronger over her lifetime. She is also discovering new ones.  Cutting herself off from relationships with men and society because of the danger she poses, Alison isolates herself more and more. Not knowing where to turn, she closes up her psychiatric practice. Little does she know that as soon as she leaves her office building, everything she has ever known will … Continue reading

Heather Webber – Truly, Madly (Lucy Valentine #1)

Author: Heather Webber
Reviewed by: Lexi
Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks
Genre: M/F Mystery
ISBN 13:  9780312946135

So I am not a fan of the cover.  It implies fluff and there is nothing fluffy about this novel.  Lucy Valentine comes from a long line of magically gifted matchmakers but an accident when she was a teenager scrambled her gift.  So instead of being able to read auras and find people’s soul mates she can find your lost keys.  Problems with the family leave Lucy in charge of … Continue reading

Erica Spindler – Blood Vines

 Erica Spindler
Reviewed by:
St. Martin’s Press
M/F Mystery
ISBN 13: 

Another stellar and entertaining Erica Spindler book! I completely loved this story! Spindler never disappoints me at all in her novels.

I’ve been reading her for years and she just keeps getting better with each new novel that is released. ‘Blood Vines’ is a very fast-paced suspense novel with Spindler’s signature romantic elements thrown in the mix, the characters are all very complex and … Continue reading