Publisher: Indie

Review: Ashwin by Kit Rocha (@mlsimmons, @kitrocha)

Review: Ashwin by Kit Rocha (@mlsimmons, @kitrocha)

  Excerpt Del circled Kora and trailed her fingers down her back. “Do you know the story of the Two Princesses, Kora?” “Which two?” She grinned at Maricela to break the tension. “This sector is overrun with them.””The first two.” Del picked up her sketchpad and a charcoal pencil. “Maricela’s mother, Juana. And her aunt, […]

— Posted March 5, 2017 by Melanie / 22 Comments
Review: Driving Rain by Sierra Dean (@sierradean)

Review: Driving Rain by Sierra Dean (@sierradean)

Book 1 in the RAIN CHASER series left me with a Dean Winchester taste in my mouth, and my suspicions were confirmed upon reading DRIVING RAIN’s dedication. Tallulah Corentine was intended to be the female equivalent of my favourite SUPERNATURAL brother! Combine that with some lightning and Sierra Dean’s flair with words, and I was […]

— Posted March 2, 2017 by Carmel / 4 Comments
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: Keystone by Dannika Dark(@Mollykatie112,@DannikaDark)

Review: Keystone by Dannika Dark(@Mollykatie112,@DannikaDark)

Whenever Dannika Dark publishes a new book it’s an event for me. Her stories are always full of romance, humor, suspense, and all sorts of paranormal characters. Perfect recipe for a good time reading! With Keystone, the author continues her foray into her intricately fleshed out Breed world, and introduces us to a half Mage, […]

— Posted January 24, 2017 by Lorna / 22 Comments
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