Publisher: J.Taylor Publishing

Review: After Dark by Emi Gayle (@Mollykatie112, @emijgale)

Review: After Dark by Emi Gayle (@Mollykatie112, @emijgale)

Teenage girl who just happen to be something other than human. It’s been written about so many times. But. Sometimes a book comes along that even though a tad similar to all the others, it’s actually so different and well written that the reader can forget all about any similarities. MacKenzie(Mac)is a changeling and what […]

— Posted November 14, 2017 by Lorna / 22 Comments
Review: Unnatural by J.A. Belfield

Review: Unnatural by J.A. Belfield

It seems as though this series alternates between Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance with each new installment. CAGED’s plot was very action-y while as UNNATURAL’s focused more on love; there’s still plenty high octave moments in this novel, but ultimately the entire story revolves around Kyle and Brook’s relationship. I finished book 3 thinking “hey, […]

— Posted April 7, 2014 by Carmel / 33 Comments
Review: Caged by J.A. Belfield

Review: Caged by J.A. Belfield

I love it when a series gets better with each new installment and J.A. Belfield’s HOLLOWAY PACK is a prime example of that. I’m glad that I stuck with it after having given book one and two, 3 and 4 stars respectively, because following the evolution of this author’s werewolves made me better able to […]

— Posted March 21, 2014 by Carmel / 52 Comments
Review: Blue Moon by J.A. Belfield

Review: Blue Moon by J.A. Belfield

The follow-up book to J.A. Belfield’s Darkness & Light wasted no time in getting on my good side. The first chapter is short, but features Sean and Jem hunting as wolves, and whenever a novel starts off from a were’s POV I just know that it’s going to be good. Stonehouse and I didn’t exactly […]

— Posted August 25, 2013 by Carmel / 0 Comments
Review: Darkness & Light by J.A. Belfield

Review: Darkness & Light by J.A. Belfield

Darkness & Light starts off with Jem married to this a$$hole named Peter. Her husband didn’t begin this story as a complete jerk but the speed at which he progressed from “there’s something off about this guy” to full-out “run for your life!” was staggering. I found it weird that it took 8 years for Peter’s crazy to surface in their marriage. Mind you, Jem seemed a little out there as well but in a wolf-like kind of way so I was ok with that.

— Posted July 22, 2013 by Carmel / 4 Comments
Review: Blue Moon by J.A. Belfield

Review: Blue Moon by J.A. Belfield

Before I deal too in depth about Blue Moon‘s content, it is worthwhile to note two well-done elements regarding its form and frame. The E-book I had the pleasure of perusing displayed economical paragraphing (many were only one sentence) that furthered the illusion that what I was reading occurred in real time like a TV […]

— Posted December 8, 2012 by Joshua Burns / 4 Comments