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Jul
18

Review: Noble Metals by L.A. Witt

Review: Noble Metals by L.A. Witt Noble Metals Author: L.A. Witt Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: From the moment the distinguished, self-assured gentleman walked into the brothel where he worked as a prostitute and bartender, Robert Benton’s curiosity was piqued. Upon learning that the man was headed to the gold fields he had been yearning for since his arrival in Seattle, Robert knew the handsome stranger would likely be his last chance to start the new life he’d come north for in the first place. Finding love—and losing it—along the desperate and ragged trail to find gold certainly wasn’t something he’d ever dared to consider. Brilliant and determined, and somewhat eccentric if...
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Jul
11

Review: Running Wild by S.E. Jakes

Review: Running Wild by S.E. Jakes Running Wild Author: SE Jakes Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: When I first heard that one of my favorite authors, SE Jakes, was working on a new m/m series about a motorcycle club, I knew immediately that I’d be on board for anything she had planned. Having read the Hell or High Water books (as well as a few of her other titles), I was already aware of her abilities when it comes to writing sexy, complicated heroes. Now that I’ve had the opportunity to read Running Wild, I can happily confirm that I’ve fallen in love with the Havoc series, too. Revolving around a car...
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Jun
25

Review: Heart of a Highland Warrior by Anita Clenney

Review: Heart of a Highland Warrior by Anita Clenney Heart of a Highland Warrior Author: Anita Clenney Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: As a warrior first and always, Anna MacKinley has always needed one thing: to kill demons. Having been made distrustful of nearly all forms of affection from an early age, she mostly keeps to herself, scoffing at the idea of being romantically involved with anyone or ever having a family of her own outside of her friends and fellow warriors. But, in a world where even the rules of time itself no longer apply, nothing is ever certain, and Anna begins to realize that accepting herself, along with the past, might finally set...
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Jun
19

Review: Shadows & Dreams by Alexis Hall

Review: Shadows & Dreams by Alexis Hall Shadows & Dreams Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Kate’s back! I liked her a great deal while reading the first story in the series, Iron & Velvet, but she’s even better this time around. Having survived (barely) the perils of her last case, during which she did, indeed, get the girl, she’s just been hired to find the missing brother of a former fling. Of course, nothing in Kate’s world is ever simple, and she’s soon embroiled in a war between nearly all the supernatural beings in the city and a crazed vampire queen who wants to kill everything in sight. One thing...
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Jun
18

Review: Cross & Crown by Abigail Roux

Review: Cross & Crown by Abigail Roux Cross & Crown Author: Abigail Roux Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Having thoroughly enjoyed Shock & Awe, I was very excited to see what would happen in the second book in the Sidewinder series, Cross & Crown. The circumstances surrounding the series’ origin are entertaining on their own, but, if the first two books are an indication of what to expect, then the rest of the series will be even more so. As someone who loves mysteries and puzzles, this story was a lot of fun, and led to an inadvertently extensive bit of research of my own. Add to that my love of Nick &...
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Jun
13

Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett

Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett Grim Shadows Author: Jenn Bennett Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Having truly enjoyed the first story in the Roaring Twenties series, Bitter Spirits, I was both excited and a little anxious about the second novel, Grim Shadows. As it turns out, I liked it just as much. This time, we get to know the younger Magnusson brother, Lowe, who’s taken his older brother’s knack for illegal activities in a different direction by forging (not entirely) lawfully obtained Egyptian antiquities and passing them off as originals to various interested parties. In addition to bringing back the Magnusson clan, we’re also introduced to Hadley Bacall, an “oddball” museum...
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Jun
4

Review: Jaguar Hunt by Terry Spear

Review: Jaguar Hunt by Terry Spear Jaguar Hunt Author: Terry Spear Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Tammy Andersen takes her job as an Enforcer seriously, yet she has a reputation for ditching her male partners and solving their cases by herself. Since they’ve all either tried to seduce her or have wasted their time patronizing her, who could really blame her? David Patterson is a battle-tested member of the Golden Claw JAG Elite Force, but when his assignment aligns with that of the stubborn loner he’s heard so many rumors about they get off to a rocky start. Though he’s determined to prove himself a worthy partner, nothing could have prepared him...
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May
22

Review: Against the Dawn by Amanda Bonilla

Review: Against the Dawn by Amanda Bonilla Against the Dawn Author: Amanda Bonilla Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Once a stubborn, reckless loner, Darian has made some terrible and painful mistakes in the past, but with the help of her friends, she has learned from them. Now, she’s determined to work hard to deserve the loyalty and affection of those closest to her by starting over and doing things right from now on. But, Darian soon learns that the past is never truly dead, and, in the realm of the supernatural, some beings will stop at nothing when it comes to revenge. After a rough lesson or two (or twenty), Darian had finally...
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May
20

Review: Hostile Ground by Aleksandr Voinov & L.A. Witt

Review: Hostile Ground by Aleksandr Voinov & L.A. Witt Hostile Ground Author: Aleksandr Voinov, L.A. Witt Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Mahir Hussain thought he knew how far he was willing go to bring down the criminal who’d ordered the deaths of three other undercover officers. What he hadn’t counted on was the dangerous attraction he can’t shake for the head of security who might be just as inclined to shoot him as work with him. But, Mahir soon realizes that things aren’t as they seem, and it quickly becomes apparent that solving the case could cost more than he’s prepared to give. I really liked this story, and stayed up way too late for...
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May
12

Review & Giveaway: Daylight Again by SE Jakes

Review & Giveaway: Daylight Again by SE Jakes Daylight Again Author: SE Jakes Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: The Hell or High Water series is one of those that I liked a lot from the very beginning, but I’ve since become somewhat obsessed with. Prophet and Tommy are incredible characters, both of them tortured, scarred men who’ve never held much hope for themselves, or anything else, really, until they met each other. If Long Time Gone, the previous story in the series, was about Tom dealing with his demons, then Daylight Again is Prophet’s turn. I absolutely love Tommy and Prophet. Watching them evolve from being solitary warriors who always insisted on taking care...
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