Review: Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs

Review: Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs

This installment picks up right where the last one left off and by right I’m talking like one split second later. Well, let’s just say that things don’t go quite as I had envisioned them. In Bone Crossed Mercy is still recovering from what went down in Iron Kissed so she’s not her usual spunky […]

— Posted November 11, 2013 by Carmel / 19 Comments
Josh Reviews: Blood of the Demon by Diana Rowland

Josh Reviews: Blood of the Demon by Diana Rowland

Blood of the Demon does justice to the sinful precedent its prequel set.   The simple formula of detective Gillian complains about the heat, tweaks the A/C, is put on the case, summons a demon, and sings the praises of her private driveway and house which is o-so-lucky to have a basement remains utterly delightful. […]

— Posted November 9, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments
Audio Review: Sacrificial Magic by Stacia Kane

Audio Review: Sacrificial Magic by Stacia Kane

The fourth installment in Stacia Kane’s Downside Ghosts series felt like a major stepping stone for Chess. Putnam and I didn’t exactly hit it off in the earlier books; I struggled to find the “heroine” in this drug addicted protagonist which has made her journey up to this point all the more impressive. The last […]

— Posted November 8, 2013 by Carmel / 10 Comments
Question: What Makes a Better Cover…Headed or Headless?

Question: What Makes a Better Cover…Headed or Headless?

My first reaction to this question was headed, all-the-way! As a general rule, most romance covers are pretty generic and a girl can only see so much man nipplage before they all begin to blend together. My original thought was that adding a face to go along with the six-pack helps to differentiate one rock-hard […]

— Posted November 7, 2013 by Carmel / 21 Comments
Josh Reviews: Blood Lines by Eileen Wilks

Josh Reviews: Blood Lines by Eileen Wilks

Blood Lines is a haunted house read.    One is now ferried through a floor of were politics & intrigue, then a floor of magic & its history, then a floor of demons, a floor of cats, and floor of Gifted individuals.    Rinse, repeat.    Its primary technique to accomplish such shifting (of floors, […]

— Posted November 6, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 1 Comment
Para New Releases: November 5th

Para New Releases: November 5th

Urban Fantasy: Magic and Loss (Golgotham #3) by Nancy A. Collins Urban Fantasy [learn_more caption=”Book Description”]Located on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Golgotham has been the city’s supernatural district for centuries. Populated by creatures from myth and legend, the neighborhood’s most prominent citizens are the Kymera, a race of witches who maintain an uneasy truce with […]

— Posted November 5, 2013 by Carmel / 9 Comments