Tag: 4.25 Reviews

Review: Shadow Magic by Cheyenne McCray

Review: Shadow Magic by Cheyenne McCray

Book description: When Hannah Wentworth temporarily flees her life in San Francisco to join her sister D’Anu witches in Otherworld, she vows to help them conquer the evil bent on destroying the human realm. But the only one who can help her happens to be the king of the Dark Elves. The father to her […]

Anthology Review: A Nascar Holiday by Kimberly Raye, Roxanne St. Claire and Debra Webb

Anthology Review: A Nascar Holiday by Kimberly Raye, Roxanne St. Claire and Debra Webb

You might be wondering why I’m reviewing a Christmas anthology in May..and you know, I’m kind of wondering the same thing. I decided to organize my bookshelves last night and I found this buried under Mt. TBR, so I figured..heck, why not. And there you go. I’ve read each of these authors away from the […]

Guest Review: Breathless by Laura Lee Guhrke

Guest Review: Breathless by Laura Lee Guhrke

Nath‘s guest review of Breathless by Laura Lee Guhrke, published by Pocket Books in July 1999. I’ve been on a Laura Lee Guhrke kick lately, so after Not So Innocent, here is my review of Breathless 🙂 I’ve seen Breathless and The Charade around, I even own a copy of The Charade, but for some […]

Guest Review: The Laughing Corpse (An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel) by Laurell K. Hamilton

Guest Review: The Laughing Corpse (An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel) by Laurell K. Hamilton

The Laughing Corpse is the second book in the Anita Blake series. I enjoyed the first, the second is just as good, and now I’m hooked. This is another piece of Anita’s life, and what she is up against. Anita is a very busy girl: she raises the dead to pay her bills, works on the […]

TBR Day Review: The Hunters: Rafe and Sheila by Shiloh Walker

TBR Day Review: The Hunters: Rafe and Sheila by Shiloh Walker

  This is book 6 in the Hunters series and one of my favorites. I think that Rafe & Sheila’s relationship was well done. I appreciated the fact that Ms. Walker didn’t overdo the “I can’t want you” scenario that we see in so many romances nowadays. I very much enjoyed the two characters that […]