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Guest Review: Archangel’s Storm by Nalini Singh

Guest Review: Archangel’s Storm by Nalini Singh

Archangel Neha’s consort, Eris, has been murdered. Jason, Raphael’s spymaster, steps in to investigate. Originally Neha wants Jason to give her a blood vow but he is loyal to Raphael so Neha insists that Jason give his blood vow to her niece, Mahiya. Jason agrees and heads to Neha’s territory to catch a murderer. Mahiya […]

#DFRAT Review: Crazy on You by Rachel Gibson

#DFRAT Review: Crazy on You by Rachel Gibson

This was just ok. The short page count didn’t allow much for character or relationship development. While Lily was fairly well fleshed out (maybe because she was introduced in Daisy’s Back in Town, a book I recently re-read), we didn’t learn enough about Tucker. That he went from “hmm, Lily might be crazy but she’s […]

Guest Review: Archangel’s Consort by Nalini Singh

Guest Review: Archangel’s Consort by Nalini Singh

Elena and Raphael have returned to New York after their explosive trip to Beijing. Elena is more than happy to be home until she gets a call that her to her step-sisters school. There she finds 2 girls murdered but what’s the motive? The vampire who killed the girls seems to be in bloodlust but […]

Guest Review: Her Christmas Pleasure by Karen Erickson

Guest Review: Her Christmas Pleasure by Karen Erickson

First off, I have to admit that I am not a fan of novellas. Never have been, will probably never be one. Yet when I saw the author of this one I was delighted to read it. It is a mere 20,000 words–barely 70 pages, but within its short framework this adept author has told […]

Guest Review: Archangel’s Blade by Nalini Singh

Guest Review: Archangel’s Blade by Nalini Singh

When a head washes up from the Hudson river and has undecipherable tattoo markings the vampire Dmitri, Archangel Raphael’s second in command, calls in the Guild Hunter’s help. The Guild calls in Honor St. Nicholas. But Honor isn’t ready to go out into the cold cruel world and hasn’t been for some time. You see […]