Tag: 3.0 Reviews

Guest Review: Dragon Adventure by Mell Eight

Guest Review: Dragon Adventure by Mell Eight

Aqua and Rios are water dragons, approximately 15 years old, and are the foster sons of William Armistead.  They are at the North American Territory Leader’s Conference in Canada and since their “Uncle” Willy controls all of Canada he brought them with him so that they could understand what’s going on – he’d been teaching […]

Guest Review: Whiteout by Sarah Benson – part of the Snow anthology

Guest Review: Whiteout by Sarah Benson – part of the Snow anthology

Alicia wakes up in a deserted cabin, handcuffed to a bed.  She manages to get herself free and makes her way to a gas station. It turns out she’s been missing for 8 months.  She has no idea who she is or what’s happened in the last 8 months.  She’s introduced to her father who […]

Guest Review: Drawn to the Wolves by Shari Mikels

Guest Review: Drawn to the Wolves by Shari Mikels

Kate Ballard has worked for the Atlanta PD for the past 10 years.  She has empathic abilities and after 10 years of drawing human monsters she just couldn’t do it any longer.  She’s now taking a much needed rest and she’s in Whiskey Grove, Tennessee on the advice of her best friend.  She plans on […]

Retro Review: Hunting the Demon by Jaci Burton

Retro Review: Hunting the Demon by Jaci Burton

******As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again.   This review was originally published September 26, 2007 This book was blah for me. Not bad, but not great. That makes it really hard to do a review. When I review […]

Guest Review: Block & Tackle by Elise Faber, Stephanie Fournet & Kristin Vayden

Guest Review: Block & Tackle by Elise Faber, Stephanie Fournet & Kristin Vayden

Offsides by Elise Faber Devon is a retired hockey player and now the CEO of Prestige Media Group.  Becca is his temporary assistant while his regular assistant is on maternity leave.  Devon is hot for Becca but knows that he shouldn’t get involved with an employee – even a temporary one.  Becca has got it […]