Category: Carmel

Review: Thunder Road by Sierra Dean (@sierradean)

Review: Thunder Road by Sierra Dean (@sierradean)

Sierra Dean is one of the authors that I turn to whenever I’m in the mood for snark with a healthy serving of violence. I wasn’t keen on the premise—Greek mythology, specifically the god of thunder storms—because it’s been done A LOT, but sometimes a fresh take on a classic can work wonders. THUNDER ROAD […]

— Posted January 26, 2017 by Carmel / 9 Comments
Review: Phantom Kiss by Chloe Neill (@chloeneill, @BerkleyPub)

Review: Phantom Kiss by Chloe Neill (@chloeneill, @BerkleyPub)

*** CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM PREVIOUS BOOKS *** This was a great little side tangent to the regular series, and offered a more intimate glimpse into Merit & Ethan’s romantic life than what we tend to get in the full-length books. PHANTOM KISS opens with Meredith throwing the happy couple a bridal shower which was a […]

— Posted January 19, 2017 by Carmel / 6 Comments
Review: Fangs and Fennel by Shannon Mayer

Review: Fangs and Fennel by Shannon Mayer

FANGS AND FENNEL was a slight improvement on book 1. And, by slight, I mean half a star. With the mammoth jump from plain Jane to diva Lena out of the way, the rest of the protagonist’s flaws paled in comparison which made this installment easier to swallow. The plot was more streamlined, the villain […]

— Posted January 12, 2017 by Carmel / 5 Comments
Review: Pamela by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

Review: Pamela by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

PAMELA effortlessly blended the heroine’s past and future by having her face old ghosts during a quest to do the impossible—bring a loved one back from the dead. At first glance, Pam’s mission seemed straightforward, but like most of Shannon Mayer’s books, appearances can be deceiving. Rylee’s actions in BLOOD OF THE LOST were just […]

— Posted December 22, 2016 by Carmel / 0 Comments
Review: A Wolf Unleashed by Paige Tyler

Review: A Wolf Unleashed by Paige Tyler

There were a lot of cutesy elements to this story that brought out the lovable characteristics of both protagonists, and I’m a dog person, so the fact that Alex & Lacey are too definitely earned them brownie points with this reader. Warm and fuzzies aside, I had hoped for more from the 5th installment in […]

— Posted December 1, 2016 by Carmel / 2 Comments
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