Publisher: Self-Published

Review: The Killing Moon by V.J. Chambers

Review: The Killing Moon by V.J. Chambers

This was a free download. The premise is really interesting; werewolves are taught to suppress their wolves (they’re told they have a virus) and rarely change on purpose. When they do it’s generally to terrible results, so they’re taken to a treatment center and rehabilitated (ie, taught to re-supress their wolf). All werewolf deaths are […]

Guest Review: Text Me Love by Eli Shulga

Guest Review: Text Me Love by Eli Shulga

  Tracy’s review of Text Me Love by Eli Shulga This is a story told completely in text bubbles. I don’t think that they were always texting each other, as they sometimes said that they were so happy to find the other online. I got the feeling it was other social media rather than phone […]

Guest Review: Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh

Guest Review: Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh

Molly’s father created a huge scandal when she was just 15 years old and her life became almost unbearable. She was laughed at and ridiculed and she barely lived through it. The last thing she wants to do is be in the spotlight. She is a librarian who stays out of the limelight and that’s […]

Joint Review: The Hook Up by Kristen Callihan

Joint Review: The Hook Up by Kristen Callihan

Warning: This is a review filled mostly with Rowena and I gushing about the hero of this book. Read on at your own risk. Holly:  Let me start by saying I love Drew Baylor. He absolutely,  100% made this book for me. Usually I have to have a connection to the heroine, too, no matter […]

Review: Reckless by Skye Jordan

Review: Reckless by Skye Jordan

This is a free download.  Jax Chamberlin is a former Hollywood star turned stuntman who hasn’t had the best of luck with women. In fact, his most recent hookup used information he shared with her in bed to get someone else to underbid him on the movie of a lifetime. His best friend and employee, […]