Jayden is a necromancer who happens to be the most powerful in the country (not that anyone knows that). When his ‘mate’ walks into the agency needing his help, Jayden will have to reveal just how powerful he is, and why it’s good to have a necromancer as a mate.
Toni Griffin has written a funny and adorable book. Jayden is a character and how he reacts to finding his ‘mate’ is an experience. While there is slight insta-love having a mate in Griffin’s series is ...more
Fans of classic Gothic literature as well as the more contemporary versions will enjoy this fourth story in the ongoing Montmoor series. Greer effectively captures the brooding atmosphere for this tale, which strikes the reader as a Jane Eyre/ Wuthering Heights mash-up. Though not having read the earlier stories in the series, this reviewer had no trouble following the storyline, and looks forward to the next chapter.
The story begins with Catherine, governess to the nephew of Lord Montmoor, in the midst (literally) of being drowned ...more
Carlos Rivera’s lion side told him that the mysterious woman he initially dubbed as the Ice Queen was anything but. Even as a background search came up empty, she was a mystery he wanted to solve. She was his mate and although he was sure he would bring the wolf Declan into their bed, at least eventually, he knew by pack law he had to bring another but he didn’t want to share. He wanted to be first and last with his little hunter.
Sunny Nolan ...more
Former Chicago detective Pierce Jordan now works as head of security for the top-secret military organization CP-1 during World War II, secretly headquartered at the University of Chicago. Scientists at the facility work day and night on the formula to build the atomic bomb. When one of the scientists is found murdered in his office, the general in charge demands that the police not be alerted, as he plans to have the matter handled in-house.
Pierce has a secret of his own. Eight months earlier he ...more
This very enjoyable pair of short stories begins with Identity, in which a thief learns the hard way about the dangers of not choosing his victims more carefully. In The Best Dentist in Orange County, vampire Domingo Leyenda wakes from his slumber with a toothache — something that has never happened to him before. Apparently Domingo should not have bitten that muscle-clad surfer the night before. When he tells her about the problem, Domingo’s sister finds him a dentist that keeps evening hours.
Both of these ...more
You’ve had a crazy day and you need to escape. An interlude with a jar of Nutella and a bubble bath (or even a bubble bath filled with Nutella) won’t cut it. Not today. You’re hankering for an out-of-this-world, superhuman-sized escape.
You scour the hot reads at ARe and you’re torn between Paranormal Romance or SciFi (Science Fiction) Romance. Which genre should you ...more
After inheriting her grandmother’s house, Sirabelle made the trip back to Georgia, trying to escape an unhappy breakup and a stressful job. On her first night in the house, she heard a rapping sound, and opening her eyes, she saw a bony figure sitting on the end of the bed. She knew instinctively it was her grandmother Me’Lee. Sirabelle wanted to fix up the house as a tribute to her grandmother, but the longer she stayed, the more she found herself embroiled in a decades-old ...more
Lacy Chenault has a sixth sense that she doesn’t want; she’d lost Chris Baker long ago because of it. Against her better judgment she agrees to use those powers to help in a missing person search for Chris’ sister in Grandbury, Louisiana.
Chris Baker, a professional football player, learns the hard way that even all his money can’t bring his sister back. If Lacy Chenault can find her, he’ll find a way to deal with the feelings he’s always had for her.
According to Lacy’s sixth sense, ...more
Allie Ritch: Today (5/20/13), my log line for Husbandry is up at The Log Line Blog at theloglineblog.blogspot.com. Anyone who comments on my or any of the other daily log lines is entered in the monthly contest (as outlined by The Log Line Blog).
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