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Review: Gatekeepers by Sam Ferguson

Posted September 25, 2017 by Minx
Review: Gatekeepers by Sam Ferguson

Gatekeepers is the type of read that when you pick it up you find yourself caught up in the excitement until the end. I love reads that have creatures from other planets or dimensions and this story certainly delivered. Joshua Mills has had a rough go of things lately. After he was acquitted of patricide, had lost his wife and child to divorce, and was finally released from prison, all Joshua […]


Review: The Ninth Circle by C.A. Harland

Posted September 22, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Ninth Circle by C.A. Harland

The Ninth Circle was entertaining, fast paced and I liked the idea of the circles. Basically, think of the circles as levels of supernatural criminal activity. The lower the number the lower the threat. Each division was tasked with a different activity and were overseen by demons. What the characters of this story were unaware of was that there was a puppeteer pulling their strings and they were just the […]


Review, Q&A, Giveaway: The Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle

Posted September 21, 2017 by Minx
Review, Q&A, Giveaway: The Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle

Curses, goblins, and romance, Oh my! The Goblins of Bellwater may have been inspired by the poem “Goblin Market” by Christina Rossetti but it definitely has its own creative flair. Skye Darwen and her sister Livy Darwen had plenty of whimsy and creativity when they were children. Skye being a young adult still held on to some of her childhood whimsy of fairy tale folk skirting around in the woods […]


Review: Mackenzie’s Trust by Jane Blythe

Posted September 21, 2017 by Minx
Review: Mackenzie’s Trust by Jane Blythe

Mackenzie’s Trust is the second novella from the Flashes of Fate series. In this story, I was quickly caught up in the nightmare that was Mackenzie’s reality. Let me tell you that it was not a situation I ever want to encounter myself. It was an absolutely terrifying scenario to consider! I loved how I was able to feel Mackenzie’s fear, loathing, and anxiety from the start of this short […]


Review: The Siren Chronicles by Douglas J. Sloan

Posted September 20, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Siren Chronicles by Douglas J. Sloan

I love to read stories about mermaids and sirens. So, when I had a chance to read The Siren Chronicles, I was all over it. The idea behind The Siren Chronicles was quite interesting. Three mermaids/sirens were to go on an Earthquest and hopefully be able to solve the question of why the mermaids and mermen were getting sick and dying before their time. Something was affecting their city, Oceanna, […]


Review: Haunting the Deep by Adriana Mather

Posted September 19, 2017 by Minx
Review: Haunting the Deep by Adriana Mather

I was quite interested in reading a good paranormal story and when I came across a book that not only had a paranormal element but it revolved around the Titanic, I knew I had to read it! Haunting the Deep is the second book in the How to Hang a Witch series. This is a series that I would recommend reading in series order. Although the mystery in this book […]


Review: The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli

Posted September 18, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli

The Story behind The Last Namsara In The Last Namsara, the main character Asha grew up being hated by her people. She was the daughter of the Dragon King, a princess, but it also was because of her that her city was burned, her mother was killed, and she was disfigured. It was because of her that the telling of stories became forbidden. For to tell a dragon a story […]


Review: Paint by Murder by Amanda Siegrist

Posted September 16, 2017 by Minx
Review: Paint by Murder by Amanda Siegrist

Paint by Murder was inspired by the daughters of Author Amanda Siegrist. Once a week her daughters will give her prompts for her flash fiction posts and she will choose one and write a short post, essentially a chapter, based on that prompt. This story started with the prompt “I never paint…” and voila an idea was born. Although it started out as just a blurb it quickly morphed into […]


Review: The Devil’s Advocate by Michaela Haze

Posted September 16, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Devil’s Advocate by Michaela Haze

Wow! The Devil’s Advocate was more than I ever expected! The setting for this story is set both in London and hell. There is quite a bit of world development when it comes to the hell setting in this story. A real class system that has its pureblood and mixed bloods. It is quite fabulously done and I could see the setting clearly in my mind. It was beautiful yet […]


Review: The Spirit Mage by Layton Green

Posted September 15, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Spirit Mage by Layton Green

What an exciting continuation of the Blackwood Saga! The Spirit Mage picks up right after the continuation of The Brothers Three where we first met the brothers Will, Caleb, and Valjean Blackwood. Will was bequeathed a very powerful sword from his father but he was given little warning to the fact that this was a sword of power and many would kill to have it in their possession. Having recently […]


Review: Veiled Planet by Teagan Kearney

Posted September 14, 2017 by Minx
Review: Veiled Planet by Teagan Kearney

I absolutely love stories that are set in the future and on other worlds. In Veiled Planet, a space exploration vessel had been mapping the outer arm of the Eucleides galaxy and had come across a planet that met the threshold criteria for habitation. This planet, designated XL3198, had a species of hominids that lived in the northern continent of the planet. It was with this species, the Marut, that […]


Review: Selenium Night by Kharma Kelley

Posted September 13, 2017 by Minx
Review: Selenium Night by Kharma Kelley

Book Trailer (says pre-order BUT the book is available now): Selenium Night is the first book in the Shadowshifters series. In this world there are two species of shifter, the Aristans and the Thesians. Both races were created by a different moon goddess and under different circumstances. Arista and Thesia were sisters and Arista created the first shadowshifters, known as the Aristans, out of love. These shadowshifters were intended to […]


Review: Where Dreams Merge by Maureen Driscoll

Posted September 12, 2017 by Minx
Review: Where Dreams Merge by Maureen Driscoll

Where Dreams Merge is the second book in the Jasmine Cottage series. In this series, the Moore sisters had always lived out in the country but when their mother and father left for the Orient the sisters rented a small cottage to live in. This cottage, which they nicknamed the Jasmine cottage, was rented from their childhood friend Lord Audsley. The sisters soon faced reduced circumstances as their grandfather died […]


Review: The Longing and the Lack by C.M. Spivey

Posted September 11, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Longing and the Lack by C.M. Spivey

 ***Check out the Blog Tour Schedule and follow along with the tour.*** Review: The Longing and the Lack was love at first cover. I just love this cover, it is beautiful, creepy and I like the crow. It adds an ominous feeling to the story and all of that was before I even started on page one. Once I started reading this story I was transported to a place where […]


Review: Hot Pursuit by Julie Ann Walker

Posted September 8, 2017 by Minx
Review: Hot Pursuit by Julie Ann Walker

Hot Pursuit is the eleventh book in the Black Knights Inc. series. Black Knights Inc. is a covert government defense firm run under the guise of being a motorcycle repair shop. This firm takes on the missions that could not or would not be “sanctioned” by the government. The employees are a mix of ex-CIA operatives and other military backgrounds. This story is definitely non-stop action and suspense with some serious […]


Review: Sweet Sacrifice by L.D. Rose

Posted September 6, 2017 by Minx
Review: Sweet Sacrifice by L.D. Rose

Review: I feel that this passage eloquently expresses the power behind Bash’s love and commitment to his woman. This is a truly powerful story that will touch emotions in all of us. Sweet Sacrifice is the ninth book in the Soul Mate Tree series. This series is unique in that it is a multi-author series and thread that binds this series is the Legend of the Soul Mate Tree. A […]


Review: Sweet Reality by Laura Heffernan

Posted September 5, 2017 by Minx
Review: Sweet Reality by Laura Heffernan

 Review: Sweet Reality is the second book in the Reality Star series. This story takes place about a year after the end of the first book, America’s Next Reality Star. The sweetheart couple from that book, Jen and Justin, have successfully transitioned from on-screen flirting to a full-blown romance. Now things are moving in a serious direction. Jen has moved from Seattle to Florida with the plan of using her […]


Review: Sunsets at Seaside by Addison Cole with Excerpt

Posted September 4, 2017 by Minx
Review: Sunsets at Seaside by Addison Cole with Excerpt

***Check out the Blog Tour Schedule and follow along with the tour.*** Review: Sunsets at Seaside was a cute and swoony romance. I thought the setting was quite superb. I could really see the cottages nestled in between Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It was a nice setting for a summertime romance. Jessica Ayers as a character was just a sweet little thing with her naivety and eagerness […]


Review: A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas

Posted September 4, 2017 by Minx
Review: A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas

I was enthralled with the idea of a female Sherlock Holmes and was beyond thrilled to get an advanced reader copy of A Conspiracy in Belgravia. This story is the second installment in the Lady Sherlock series and it was truly a fun read. The mystery was layered and oh so good! This story starts directly after the conclusion of the first book, A Study in Scarlet Women, and this […]


Review: Denai Storm by Tiffany Shand

Posted September 2, 2017 by Minx
Review: Denai Storm by Tiffany Shand

Denai Storm is the third book of the Excalibar Investigation Series. This story starts out with action and it continues at a fast paced up until the end. I really enjoyed that Cate’s character started out strong. Her husband had been gone too long, where diplomacy  failed Cate was going to fill that gap. I really liked the team of enforcers that Cate has assembled over the previous two books. […]