Josh Reviews: The Darkest Edge of Dawn by Kelly Gay

Josh Reviews: The Darkest Edge of Dawn by Kelly Gay

The Darkest Edge of Dawn does not have a dull moment.   As such it feels much like your favorite anime or if that’s not your cup of tea, whatever your infamous stereotype of anime is, minus the perversion.   What I am getting at is the large amount of action, scenery, and fantastical characters. […]

— Posted September 25, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments
Para New Releases: September 24th

Para New Releases: September 24th

Evelina Cooper, the niece of the great Sherlock Holmes, is poised to enjoy her first Season in London Society. But there’s a murderer to deal with—not to mention missing automatons, a sorcerer, and a talking mouse.

— Posted September 24, 2013 by Carmel / 4 Comments
Review: Celtic Moon by Jan DeLima

Review: Celtic Moon by Jan DeLima

I’m not sure if this is a new trend in Paranormal Romance but more and more titles have been featuring “older” heroines and Celtic Moon falls into that category with Sophie, a 36 year old protagonist. Thibodeau doesn’t just stand out because of her age…

— Posted September 23, 2013 by Carmel / 14 Comments
Josh Reviews: Dead Letter Day by Eileen Rendahl

Josh Reviews: Dead Letter Day by Eileen Rendahl

Dead Letter Day will give you a case of the warm and fuzzies.   First of all, its plot centers predominantly around the werewolves in Melina’s life. Secondly, it comes on the heels of the touchy-feely climax in book two in which Melina recognized just how much her mother, witch, vampire, roommate, and boyfriend mattered […]

— Posted September 21, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments
Review: Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

Review: Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

I’ve read many raving reviews for this series but had yet to write one myself; well, all that’s about to change with Iron Kissed. Briggs kicks things into high gear in this installment by delving deeper into her Fae mythology, resolving the love triangle in a very satisfying way and filling every space in-between with […]

— Posted September 20, 2013 by Carmel / 13 Comments
Josh Reviews: The Queen is Dead by Kate Locke

Josh Reviews: The Queen is Dead by Kate Locke

The Queen is Dead retreads much of the same territory of its precursor.   Mostly it seems to set the stage for an explosive end to the trilogy so here’s hoping this drag pays off.   Most of the plot points here remain minor and if you could call anything major it would be holdovers […]

— Posted September 18, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments