Tag: Book Review

Review: City of Lies by Victoria Thompson

Posted October 22, 2017 by Minx
Review: City of Lies by Victoria Thompson

City of Lies was the type of book that only got better as it went on. At the start, I was introduced to Elizabeth Mile’s character and grifter ways, which I found most interesting. When things went bad with a deal, she wound up taking part in a suffragist march in order to try and throw some thugs off of her trail. Only that did not go as she had […]


🎄🎄🎄 Review: Christmas in Kilts: A Highland Holiday Box Set 🎄🎄🎄

Posted October 21, 2017 by Minx
🎄🎄🎄 Review: Christmas in Kilts: A Highland Holiday Box Set 🎄🎄🎄

A HIGHLANDER’S HOPE by Terri Brisbin Iain MacKillop had been the commander of all the MacKillop fighting men for some time. He had always done what was asked of him and put others needs before his own, even entering into an arranged marriage. The marriage had worked out okay for him but his wife had recently died and Iain found himself getting a little lonely. Getting on in his years […]


🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: The Christmas Cowboy Hero by Donna Grant 🎄

Posted October 20, 2017 by Minx
🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: The Christmas Cowboy Hero by Donna Grant 🎄

Let’s just start this review with saying do you not just love the cover for The Christmas Cowboy Hero?! Definitely a case of love at first sight for me! Clayton East was also a yummy character who had a great heart. Although he was not the same man he was before he left for the military he was still a good man. At the start of this story, he was […]


🎄 Review and Holiday Q&A: Christmas Hostage by Jane Blythe 🎄

Posted October 20, 2017 by Minx
🎄 Review and Holiday Q&A: Christmas Hostage by Jane Blythe 🎄

So, who is up for some Christmastime second chance romance? Me, me, me, and I received that and more with Christmas Hostage. Hannah Buffy has been putting her life back together after she was victimized in a brutal way. It caused the dissolution of her marriage but she has been successfully moving on. That is until her jewelry store was robbed at gun point and she was faced with horrible memories […]


🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: Christmas at Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer 🎄

Posted October 19, 2017 by Minx
🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: Christmas at Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer 🎄

Christmas at Two Love Lane is the first book in the Two Love Lane series. In this series, there are three women who have had a rough go with love or lack of finding love. They have banded together and with the help of their receptionist they founded ‘Two Love Lane.’ This story features Macy Frost who believes that she is a descendent of Cupid. She and her friends have always […]


🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: With This Christmas Ring by Manda Collins 🎄

Posted October 17, 2017 by Minx
🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: With This Christmas Ring by Manda Collins 🎄

With this Christmas Ring is a delightful story with a second chance romance. I do enjoy historical romances and this one was a good one. Merry Parks was a woman who was on “the shelf” so to speak and had accepted her place by her father’s side as his assistant. She once had a lifetime of promises, but she left that all behind one night as she fled her betrothed […]


🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: A Season of You by Emma Douglas 🎄

Posted October 16, 2017 by Minx
🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: A Season of You by Emma Douglas 🎄

Although this story is a Christmas romance it is not a light and fun read. A Season of You covers some pretty tough subjects and most of the story has to do with moving on after the death of a loved one. This story is not a ‘Christmastime story’ with a focus on Christmas but rather a story that takes place during holiday season and there are Christmastime festivities that […]


🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle 🎄

Posted October 15, 2017 by Minx
🎄Review and Holiday Q&A: Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle 🎄

In at Hope at Christmas, the story of Sydney’s character was written realistically and I appreciated that. It is hard for anyone to recover after revelations that lead to divorce and I think that there are many people who can relate to her feelings and the defenses she had in place. Mac’s character also had his share of loss but from a different viewpoint. I liked that his character had […]


Review: Ultimate Sacrifice by S.E. Green with Giveaway

Posted October 14, 2017 by Minx
Review: Ultimate Sacrifice by S.E. Green with Giveaway

***Check out the Blog Tour Schedule and follow along with the tour.*** Review: What a mind bender Ultimate Sacrifice was to read! Vickie had a normal life in a small-town community and she was very content with that existence. All was good, until the moment her twin brother emerged from the woods on their property covered in blood. He had just discovered a murdered little girl who was left in […]


Review: The Razvak Hunter by Arel B. Hunter

Posted October 13, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Razvak Hunter by Arel B. Hunter

The Razvak Hunter in the simplest terms is about dark creatures versus light creatures and the battle between the two. This story was set in Vallenthar with the continent being split into Myrasia and Easia. The dark ones lived in Easia and the light ones lived in Myrasia. In this world, there had to be a division between the two because the dark beings and light beings were not able […]


Review: Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

Posted October 13, 2017 by Minx
Review: Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

I was interested in reading Workman’s Complication because I like reading stories about private investigators and a story where a private investigation business is inherited, well it peaked my interest that’s for sure. I enjoyed this story from the very beginning and it was hilarious. It had great one-liners and the main character Kate McCall had a lot of Moxie and I love that in a character. It was a […]


Review: Deserving You by Amanda Siegrist

Posted October 12, 2017 by Minx
Review: Deserving You by Amanda Siegrist

In Deserving You, Deja Wilson was not born into the best of families and her only bright spot was her brother Dare, until the day came when he was no longer around. On her own and alone Deja made many choices that she was not proud of but she was desperate. Although, one her not so wonderful choices introduced her to the McCord family and her best friend Sophie, so […]


Review: The Dragon Medallion by Alexa Whitewolf

Posted October 12, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Dragon Medallion by Alexa Whitewolf

An ancient prophecy about a boy and a girl that would come together and save the world from evil, sounds cool, right? Well, it really was. The Dragon Medallion combines many fun elements, such as dragons, ghosts, an ancient prophecy, an Egyptian god and goddess, and battles with long since departed Vikings. From the start of this book I was drawn in to the plot. I had so many questions […]


Review: Freeing the Beast by Tina Donahue

Posted October 11, 2017 by Minx
Review: Freeing the Beast by Tina Donahue

Freeing the Beast would be a perfect story for those who are looking for a paranormal romance with lots of raw passion and with a bit of Alpha male posturing. Nothing is held back between these two characters once the beast is released. I found the idea of a business that takes paranormal creatures and gives them makeovers in order for them to be more appealing to the mortals they want […]


Review: The Heart of the Alchemist by Penny Wells

Posted October 11, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Heart of the Alchemist by Penny Wells

For the last three years Katie had wallowed in her misery after her break-up with the man she thought she would spend forever with. Although she knew that she was in a downward spiral she just couldn’t seem to care enough to do anything about it. I think she had untreated depression, honestly. When her ex suddenly showed up at her place of business, it was the catalyst that she […]


Review: Breakaway by Sophia Henry with Giveaway

Posted October 7, 2017 by Minx
Review: Breakaway by Sophia Henry with Giveaway

***Check out the Blog Tour Schedule and follow along with the tour.*** Review: I don’t know why but I usually end up reading sports romances that revolve around hockey, which is ok with me because…hello….hockey players people. In Breakaway, Luke Daniels has had his world shattered in a moment. Everything he ever wanted was just..poof…gone. His childhood had given him the skills to rise against the odds and he was […]


Review: Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi

Posted October 6, 2017 by Minx
Review: Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi

In Beasts Made of Night there is a sect of society called the aki. The aki are young people that at some point manifested the ability to eat sin. They are not able to call forth the sin, that is the job of the mages. The aki are not revered for their position, in fact they are little higher than slaves at the whim of the Mages who control them. […]


Review: Forged Alliances by Katherine McIntyre

Posted October 5, 2017 by Minx
Review: Forged Alliances by Katherine McIntyre

Forged Alliances is the first book in the Tribal Spirits series and I can tell you that this is one series that I will absolutely continue! I am a big fan of paranormal romances because as you know anything goes, what caught my interest in Forged Alliances was that this was a PNR between a mountain lion shifter and wolf shifter! Had to know how that was going to work, lol, […]


Review: The Secrets of Islayne by Kari Lynn West

Posted October 4, 2017 by Minx
Review: The Secrets of Islayne by Kari Lynn West

I was excited to read The Secrets of Isalyne because it sounded exciting and it was some serious cover love! I absolutely loved the whole idea of the lumination trade. I loved it! It was so original!! Luminators had a special ability. They were able to take faded memories and restore them. Brighten them in the mind so that the person receiving the service could have faded memories restored to […]


Review: Interpretation by Dylan Callens

Posted October 4, 2017 by Minx
Review: Interpretation by Dylan Callens

What a mind trip! Interpretation is one of those stories that just makes you think and maybe double check that what you think is real still feels the same. I just cannot imagine the scenario that is put forth in this story, it is oddly fascinating but at the same time horrific to consider. Carl Winston is an everyday person who starts to experience oddities that impact him physically. He […]