Tag: Guest Reviews

Guest Review: Lord of the Highlands by Veronica Wolff

Guest Review: Lord of the Highlands by Veronica Wolff

Tracy‘s review of Lord of the Highlands by Veronica Wolff (BEWARE!! She has one of those sites that auto-plays music.) An online dating service may have pronounced Felicity “unmatchable” but she’s determined-and destined-to find her perfect mate. All it takes is a mystical deck of Tarot cards and suddenly she’s in 17th-century Scotland, smitten by […]

Guest Review: Shifting Plains by Jean Johnson

Guest Review: Shifting Plains by Jean Johnson

Kris’ review of Shifting Plains by Jean Johnson Centuries before the time of the Sons of Destiny, a female shapeshifter became the leader of the people of the Shifting Plains… Tava Ell Var never really knew her mother, but she did know her tragic fate at the hands of a band of cruel shapeshifters-a history […]

Guest Review: Thief of Light by Denise Rossetti

Guest Review: Thief of Light by Denise Rossetti

Kris‘ review of Thief of Light (Pentacle Book 2) by Denise Rossetti In the subtropical city of Caracole, Erik the Golden is widely known as irresistible-his Voice an instrument of incredible pleasure. But the Voice is a curse as much as a blessing, for once Erik used it to steal a soul, and now he […]

Guest Review: When Seducing a Duke by Kathryn Smith

Guest Review: When Seducing a Duke by Kathryn Smith

Tracy‘s review of When Seducing a Duke by Kathryn Smith Greyden Kane, Duke of Ryeton is a very bad man. At least he used to be. He used to be out to get whatever he could from women and he truly never cared who was hurt in the process. But 4 years ago he was […]

Guest Review: The Lone Texan by Jodi Thomas

Guest Review: The Lone Texan by Jodi Thomas

Tracy‘s review of The Lone Texan by Jodi Thomas Three days after arriving in Galveston, newly widowed Sage McMurray finds herself taken hostage in a robbery. She fears she may never see Whispering Mountain again when the outlaws decide to auction their pretty captive off to the highest bidder, until a tall stranger offers twice […]