Please excuse me a moment while I pick my jaw up off the floor so that I can write yet another glowing review for the Kate Daniels series. Magic Slays packs one heck of a punch with so much action, intrigue and comedy that you’ll be strongly tempted to do it all over again when you’re done.
It is true that all narrators are not created equal; a bad one can seriously turn you off from audiobooks but a good one can make you forgo reading an entire author’s series in favour of listening to it instead. Lately, I haven’t been devouring as many audiobooks as I would like; it takes me […]
Charley Davidson may not look like your everyday, run-of-the-mill grim reaper, but she has vowed to reap grimness wherever she goes despite this unfortunate fact. Sadly, she gets sidetracked when the sexy, sultry son of Satan, Reyes Farrow, moves in next door.
I was strangely drawn to this book; I love werewolves and have yet to read anything shelved under New Adult but the taboo Student / Teacher relationship was definitely a concern. Curiosity eventually got the best of me and I just couldn’t resist anymore. And then, I simply could not look away. This novel did […]
A Taste of Ice is everything you could hope for in paranormal lit that doesn’t include werewolves. The romance, a little illogical, is intimate and charged. Xavier, a man of damaged goods, and Cat, a woman of water paintings, have a couple ghosts in the room…
Rabid Reads and The Book Nympho are bringing Stomp vs. Romp back for a second year and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever! The theme is sexy scenes vs action scenes in paranormal fiction. We decided to challenge ourselves this year by switching sides. Rabid Reads will be representing the Romp (sexy) […]
When Magic Strikes ended with concrete plans of a naked dinner date between Kate and Curran in the near future I knew that Magic Bleeds would not disappoint. Not that any of Ilona Andrews’ books ever have but this installment pushed me from enthused reader into full-out fangirl territory and surprisingly enough, it wasn’t even […]