Author: Christine Feehan

Review: Shadow Warrior by Christine Feehan

Review: Shadow Warrior by Christine Feehan

This is book four in Feehan’s Shadow series. I find this series very fascinating. This is my favorite Feehan series at the moment. Riding shadows is just so unique and unlike anything paranormal that I’ve read. I didn’t really care for the second book in the series, but I have really enjoyed the other three. […]

Sunday Spotlight: Shadow Warrior by Christine Feehan

Sunday Spotlight: Shadow Warrior by Christine Feehan

Sunday Spotlight is a feature we began in 2016. This year we’re spotlighting our favorite books, old and new. We’ll be raving about the books we love and being total fangirls. You’ve been warned. 🙂 Shadow Warrior is book four in Feehan’s Shadow Riders series. I feel this series is very unique to paranormal romance. It […]

What Are You Reading? (+ Christine Feehan Giveaway)

What Are You Reading? (+ Christine Feehan Giveaway)

Casee: I finally finished Wild Man (Colorado Mountains #2) by Kristen Ashley this week. I loved it! I’ve moved onto American Witch (American Witch #1) by Thea Harrison. Although I’ve had some issues with the heroine, I am liking her more as I get further into the book. I always forget how much I enjoy […]

Blog Tour Excerpt: Toxic Game by Christine Feehan

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Blog Tour Excerpt: Toxic Game by Christine Feehan

Toxic Game is book #15 in Feehan’s GhostWalker series. Feehan returns us to Joe Spagnola’s team and brings us the story of GhostWalker Draden Freeman. When Draden is infected with a disease that was created to kill the woman that is meant for him, Draden will do anything to save her. This book is different […]

Blog Tour Review: Toxic Game by Christine Feehan

Blog Tour Review: Toxic Game by Christine Feehan

I wanted to like this book more than I actually did. Especially when I read this from Feehan’s website: “This could possibly be the most romantic couple I’ve ever written in any of my series. I was surprised by both of them many times which made writing this book so much fun for me.” I […]