Tag: 2.5 Reviews

Review: Let The Night Begin (Brotherhood of Blood #4) by Kathryn Smith

Review: Let The Night Begin (Brotherhood of Blood #4) by Kathryn Smith

  Let the Night Begin is book four in Kathryn Smith‘s The Brotherhood of the Blood series. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize this before I read it. I actually thought it was the second book. I’m rather annoyed that I’m three books behind, instead of one. I know I’ve mentioned before that if done well, the […]

Guest Review: And Lady Makes Three by Nikki Soarde, Anya Bast, and Ashley Ladd

Guest Review: And Lady Makes Three by Nikki Soarde, Anya Bast, and Ashley Ladd

Kris‘ guest review of the anthology And Lady Makes Three by Nikki Soarde, Anya Bast, and Ashley Ladd. “Prism” by Nikki Soarde – Dax and Clay are happy. The sex is great. They’ve been in a committed, fulfilling relationship for years and see no need to change anything. Until they realize they’ve become a little […]

Guilty by Karen Robards

Guilty by Karen Robards

Book description: One cold November night when Kat White was fifteen years old, she and some friends held up a convenience store. In the heat of the moment, one of the others shot and killed an off-duty cop moonlighting as a security guard. Kat and her pals fled the scene in a panic, and no […]

Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

How many of you have read Danielle Steel? I used to read her all the time when I was younger, but after awhile the repetitiveness of her writing started to wear on me and I gave up on her. I’m not talking about the constant reuse of key phrases, either, but the way she feels […]

Review: What Mattered Most by Linda Winfree

Review: What Mattered Most by Linda Winfree

  This is a prequel of sorts to the Hearts of the South series by Linda Winfree. I reviewed the first book in the series here. John O’Reilly is in love with his partner, Beth. He has been for several years, but unfortunately for him she doesn’t return his feelings. Once upon a time, Beth and […]