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Apr
1

Blog Tour + Review: Crash & Burn by Abigail Roux

Blog Tour + Review: Crash & Burn by Abigail Roux From the Author: Hello and thank you for joining me as I bid a fond farewell to Ty and Zane on the Crash & Burn virtual tour! For the next five days, join me on my virtual stops to help me say goodbye to the Cut & Run series with cut scenes, playlists, behind the scenes looks at the process of writing this last book, and a peek at the original plan for the series and the twists and turns it took on its journey to the end. Did I mention the prizes? I have incredible prizes for two winners; a go-bag put together by one B. Tyler Grady....
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Mar
17

Review: Tempest by Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock

Review: Tempest by Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock Tempest Authors: Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Picking up right where Merchant of Death left off, Tempest begins at a sprint and doesn’t slow down for the duration of the story. Agent Ryan “Mac” McGuinness, not quite formerly of the FBI, and Henry Page (aka too many aliases to list), along with Henry’s twin sister, Viola, are running for their lives and heading to the only safe place Mac can think of: his parents’ farm in Altona. Again. But, with few allies and even fewer clues as to who is setting them up, getting their happy ending will take more than even...
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Mar
10

Review: Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

Review: Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop Vision in Silver Author: Anne Bishop Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Vision in Silver, the third book in Anne Bishop’s The Others series, begins a few weeks after Murder of Crows ended. Since then, Meg Corbyn has continued to make a home for herself among the terra indigine as the Lakeside Courtyard’s Human Liaison and resident blood prophet. Once considered nameless property by the humans who controlled her, Meg is now surrounded by family and friends of her own choosing, who accept her and encourage her efforts to build the life she’s always wanted. But, living among the Others has triggered many changes, both within the...
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Mar
2

Review: Lights, Camera, Cupid! Anthology

Review: Lights, Camera, Cupid! Anthology Lights, Camera, Cupid! Anthology Authors: SE Jakes, Amy Lane, Z.A. Maxfield, Anne Tenino, L.A. Witt Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Revisiting Carter Samuels and Levi Pritchard, the couple whose story kicked off the Bluewater Bay series, was a great way to begin this anthology. In Just Another Day, Carter and Levi discover that, even though they’ve been together for a while now, they still have a lot to learn about one another, including how to celebrate Valentine’s Day. While he’s not a fan of the commercialization of the holiday, Carter maintains a romantic optimism about the occasion—which, naturally, clashes horribly with Levi’s stubborn cynicism. While the resulting...
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Feb
23

Review: Waiting for the Flood by Alexis Hall

Review: Waiting for the Flood by Alexis Hall Waiting for the Flood Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Once again, Mr. Hall has written something I absolutely love. Recounting the story of Edwin Tulley, collector and conservator of rare books and ephemera, Waiting for the Flood is a stand alone story and the second in the Spires universe, and, unsurprisingly at this point, I was just as taken with it as I have been Mr. Hall’s other books. It is a tale of final goodbyes and new beginnings, and remembering that it’s okay to want someone, and then be loved right back. Edwin is remarkable, at least in part, because he is...
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Feb
11

Review: The Merchant of Death by Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock

Review: The Merchant of Death by Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock The Merchant of Death Author: Lisa Henry + J.A. Rock Rating: A- Reviewer: B. What I’m Talking About: Picking up immediately where Two Gentlemen of Altona ended, The Merchant of Death takes us even deeper into Henry’s world, even though Mac still has plenty to worry about, too. After nearly arriving at a temporary, but seemingly acceptable, understanding about their growing attraction to one another at the end of the previous story, both men were left shaken when Henry was abruptly called away again. By the time they are reunited, along with mutually vehement expressions of “I wish I hated you” borne on a wave of fury and kisses, Mac...
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Feb
11

Review: Two Gentlemen of Altona by Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock

Review: Two Gentlemen of Altona by Lisa Henry & J.A. Rock Two Gentlemen of Altona Authors: Lisa Henry + J.A. Rock Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: I actually read the second story in this series, The Merchant of Death, before going back and reading Two Gentlemen of Altona because I found Henry and Mac’s situation so intriguing that I needed to know more. Taking place during the course of the investigation of a mob boss by the FBI in Indianapolis, Indiana, this is a fast-paced, exciting tale of confusion and attraction, which tend to occur simultaneously, in this case. Additionally, several mysteries emerge during the narrative, including the identity of a mole within the FBI, an ongoing collection...
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Feb
9

Review: Jaguar Pride by Terry Spear

Review: Jaguar Pride by Terry Spear Jaguar Pride Author: Terry Spear Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Although Melissa Overton has worked with other JAG agents before, she never enjoyed her job quite as much as she has since teaming up with her newest partner, Huntley. Her very capable and attractive partner, that is. It’s a shame that they both have significant others. Still, being professional is better for everyone. Or, at least that’s what she tells herself until another urgent assignment puts them in the most unpredictable situation imaginable, and makes her question everything she thought she wanted. Being an elite “Golden Claw” is in Huntley Andersen’s blood. He is a formidable...
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Jan
28

Review: According to Hoyle by Abigail Roux

Review: According to Hoyle by Abigail Roux According to Hoyle Author: Abigail Roux Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: As soon as I heard talk about some of Ms. Roux’s stories being revised for Riptide Publishing, I decided to hold off on getting the ones I hadn’t already purchased, including According to Hoyle, until available from Riptide. And, while I’m positive I’d have loved it anyway, I’m very glad I did. This book is simply good, all-around fun. It’s got a little bit of everything—suspense, secret government agencies, gunslinging, mayhem, humor, romance, and more—set against the backdrop of the post-Civil War American West. The main characters of According to Hoyle are divided into two...
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Jan
16

Blog Tour + Review: The Burnt Toast B&B

Blog Tour + Review: The Burnt Toast B&B The Burnt Toast B&B Author: Heidi Belleau and Rachel Haimowitz Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: All Derrick Richards really wants is to get away from the B&B his parents left him (with all the cleaning, washing, and cooking that goes with it) and back to his logging job like a real man should. And since the place has earned the top spot on the “worst of” lists under his management, he can’t see any reason to keep trying. But, when he asks for a sign to show him what he should do, he gets more than he bargained for in the form of a waterlogged stuntman...
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