Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Review for Legend of Love by Lisa Kessler - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

The Prophecy - “Every generation the nine daughters of Zeus are reborn, and with their rebirth are also nine Guardians. They will be marked by the gods, and given gifts to protect his treasure. Their abilities will only be unlocked when they find their muse.”

Callie O'Connor's life has never been the same since the Muse of Epic Poetry came alive inside of her. Now she's on the other side of the country, working as civilian psychologist for the Navy, and leading her Muse sisters in their quest to reopen the Theater of the Muses.

But nothing could have prepared her for Hunter Armstrong. He's a Navy Seal, driven, confident, and dangerous. And he plans to do more than just protect her.

The gods couldn't have picked a better Guardian. But as Hunter soon discovers, Callie has some skeletons of her own in the closet, and loving her could lead to his destruction.


MY REVIEW -

I love this series and Lisa Kessler's writing! I love the romance and the suspense! Legend of Love is the 2nd book in the Muse Chronicles, and although each book is about a different Muse and their Guardian, I think it's best to read the first book before this one or you will have some spoilers for the first in this book, and the first book is excellent as well, so no hardship there. The Muses are in danger because someone is out to kill them so they can't open a theater and inspire people to do great things, and to help out the Muses, each has a Guardian that will supposedly help them out, and each of these Guardians will have something special to help the Muses succeed. In this book, we get Callie's story, she is the Muse of Epic Poetry, which means she has the desire to be a bit of a daredevil. Callie also works as a psychiatrist on a military base, and that's where she meets Hunter. Hunter is a soldier that just had a mission where one of his fellow soldiers didn't make it back home, so he needs to get approval to return to service. Hunter and Callie feel an attraction towards each other, but Callie is hesitant because she has a bad experience from her past that affects her. Callie and Hunter are really sweet together and have some super hot moments and some swoon worthy moments, and I love how honest they are with each other; there's no games. Legend of Love is entertaining and I enjoyed the action, and I'm super excited to read the next book!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Review for The Experiment of Professor Polgas - 4 out of 5



SYNOPSIS -

If you were an animal, what would you be? This is the question Blaise, Ash and Dinah unexpectedly stumble upon during the summer holidays when they enter a strange internet café and a mysterious woman asks them to take an online test to discover their inner beast. They are happy to oblige. Online tests are always fun and this one comes with its own special perks.

But what they don’t realise is that not far away, in the heart of London, a mad professor is watching them. Professor Polgas is preparing something; something that will change them forever; something that will have them on the run for their very lives …

This fantasy novel from Sarah Brownlee is a thrill ride of twists and turns, ready to surprise at every corner and sure to delight both children and adults alike.


MY REVIEW -


This was fun and unique, and that's what kept me interesting in the story. I read, How the Wolf Lost Her Heart, which is quite different from this book and more to my liking, but I still enjoyed this book, and appreciated this book for what it was trying to accomplish. The writing and characters are good, and I liked the humor throughout the book. It's also fun to see the characters dealing with their new animal forms, and there are some interesting animals they turn into; some of the fun ones are a beaver, rat, mole, and centaur, and there is also wolf, bird, dog, and tiger. This book is the origin story for how the Morphers came to be, and goes into how the Morphers became part of society. Morphers are humans that can turn into an animal. In this book, Blaise, Blaise's brother Ash, and Blaise's friend Dinah, take a test to determine what their inner animals are, and at first don't think too much of the results, but when they are approached to continue the study of finding their inner animal, that's when things start getting out of control and dangerous. There is some excitement in this story, and although I do think the story moved a little slow, I was still entertained throughout the book, and I liked all the characters. Blaise was sassy and tough, and I also liked her sidekick or sorts, Dinah, she was the quieter of the two, but still fierce. The characters are rather young, most around 14 years old or so; some younger, some older, but despite their young age, I didn't feel like the story was too junior, but I think it would be fine for any age to read. I was kind of hoping for more development with the characters in the end, but I still liked the end. I would definitely like to continue this series by reading, How the Tiger Faced His Challenge, which is a continuation of the story of the characters in, How the Wolf Lost Her Heart, so on to the next!

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Review for Salvaged by Brenda Tetreault - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

A man on a mission to obliterate his existence.
A woman bent on eternal punishment.
Once in love, separated by Fate.
Can Caius and Wren forget the pain of the past and forge a new future for themselves?


MY REVIEW -

Another wonderfully amazing book by Brenda Tetreault! I am loving this series! The writing and characters are excellent, and the story really pulls you in. The depth of feeling and passion these characters feel for each other is sigh worthy. I listened to the audiobook version, and once again the narrator was amazing! She also did the audiobook for the first book, and she was great reading that book too. She does multiple voices and accents, and really brings the story to life. In Salvaged, we learn more about why Caius is the way he is, and it is just heart-wrenching! Caius' wife, Wren, leaves him without telling him because she believes she will be the death of him, and after searching for her and not finding her, Caius' heart breaks and he goes down a path of destructive ways. Caius screws tons of random women, and uses his powers as Cupid's son to make the women fall into despair, and because of these actions Caius' father, Cupid, decides it is time to take drastic actions to bring his son back. I felt so bad for Caius and Wren, it was difficult to hear about the pain Caius feels due to the actions of Wren, and it was difficult to hear about his destructive ways with lots of women, but I had hope for them to find a way back to each other. The events of the past make the path difficult for Wren and Caius, and Wren's guilt eats away at her and has turned her into a harder women. Poor Wren! She made some really bad decisions, and I really felt like she should've known better as a Valkyrie that her actions could be the very thing that causes the events that she is afraid of. The depth of love and passion they feel for each other is so sweet, and when they are together the chemistry is amazing. We also get more of Caine and Gaela, which I love! Their story is another heart-wrenching story, and I so want them to have their happily ever after. Caine has been cursed to kill Gaela, the woman he loves, so he is trying to stay away from her, but these 2 want and love each other so much, they can't stay away from each other and would even rather be dead then away from the other. Follow your hearts people! I am definitely reading the next book in this series, and others from Brenda Tetreault because her books are just terrific! Definitely read this and the first book! So good!

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Review for Amped by Teagan Kade - 4 out of 5



SYNOPSIS -

Rock. Freakin’. Hard.

That’s me. Mathew Barton. I party like a rock star, play like an All Star, and f*ck like a porn star.

There’s not a woman I can’t make mine, but the only one I want is off limits.

I went on tour to get Selena Torres out of my head. All it did was make me crave her more.

Now she’s taken, the property of a guy I used to call my best friend.

It doesn’t help he’s her agent.

But I see right through him. He only wants her for one thing, and it ain’t her hot curves and parted lips.

I should have stayed away, but now I’m home I’ve got no choice. I have to protect her.

I won’t stop until she’s in my arms, my bed, thrashing and crying out my name with that honey sweet voice.

Nothing is going to keep us apart—not that prick, not a contract, not a god damn army.

One way or another, I’m going to make Selena sing again.


MY REVIEW -

I really enjoyed Amped, and pretty much just zoomed through from beginning to end in one sitting. I was surprised with how sweet this book actually is, I was expecting a little bit more angst, but I enjoyed the heartfelt romance between Mat and Selena. I do wish there was a little bit more depth to the emotions in this book, but the light-heartedness was a welcome relief from the many books that feature severe emotionally damaged characters. In Amped, Selena is a Latina singer on the rise, and Mat is a rocker, who hasn't really hit his rise yet and isn't really feeling his music anymore. Selena and Mat have known each other since they were kids, and both of them had some feelings for the other, but Mat left to tour around the world with his band. Mat has come back to town, and wants to reconnect with Selena, but Selena has a boyfriend, who Mat and Selena used to pal around with as well when they were kids. Both Mat and Selena have some obstacles to fight through to maintain each of their music careers, and not everyone has their best interests in mind. I loved that Mat and Selena bond over music, and I felt they are good for each other and had good chemistry. Mat is there for Selena when she gets dealt a tough hand, and Selena is there to support Mat, when he has some personal problems to contend with, and I love how Mat wasn't going to let Selena slip away from him. There are also some really hot sex scenes between the 2, which were great! I love that both Mat and Selena weren't going to take any guff from anyone, and they stood up for themselves. Amped has dual POV's, which I think was good with this book, and it really helped me to feel more connected to the characters. Cute, fun, and hot read! Looking forward to more books by Teagan Kade!

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Review for Tempted by Brenda Tetreault - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

He spotted her in club Nightshade, a beautiful goddess among the mortals, and from that moment on she was his everything. She tempted him. She intrigued him. He wanted her.
Sabrina Donahue knew she was playing with fire from the moment their lips met, but something about Roman Arceneaux made it difficult for her to care.
Sensual and darkly intense, Roman is every woman’s fantasy come to life. One by one, Sabrina’s reservations fall prey to his skilled seduction, leaving her dreaming of a future she never imagined.
When monsters and mayhem intrude upon their lives, Sabrina’s fragile existence is threatened and Roman is left to wonder if their love will survive.
*For mature readers only due to graphic language and sexual situations*


MY REVIEW -


Yep, I totally loved this! It's so good! I loved the whole premise and I loved that this books deals with vampires and other supernatural types. In Tempted, Roman, who is a dhampir (half human, half vampire), sees Sabrina across the room in his nightclub, Nightshade, and feels a strong attraction and pull towards her. Sabrina also feels a pull towards Roman, and the two have a moment, but it doesn't go much further before they separate, but Roman isn't ready to let Sabrina walk out of his life. Sabrina is from a well-off family, but she is a bit of a wild child because her parents are a bit cold towards her and they try to run her life, so she rebels by doing some things that aren't very smart and make her seem childish, which normally would bother me, but I liked that Sabrina had sass and that she understood that her actions weren't really helping anything. Sabrina is intelligent and I think she handles having a lot of crazy thrown at her wonderfully. At one of these little rebellions, Roman and Sabrina end up meeting again, but the meeting doesn't quite go as Roman would have hoped, but eventually they end up reconnecting. I don't want to spoil it, so I'll just say this action by Sabrina was really the only thing I didn't enjoy about this story, and I didn't like the thought that Roman was there frequently enough to be knowledgeable about the setting, but luckily it wasn't too big a part of the story, so I didn't let it affect my rating. Roman and Sabrina begin to grow closer, but Roman has his secrets that may make Sabrina leave him, so he is trying to find the right time to mention these things to her, but some outside forces intrude on Roman and Sabrina's relationship causing strife. Roman has some dangerous people in his past that aren't too happy that Sabrina is in Roman's life, so Roman and Sabrina are on a tough road to happiness. Roman and Sabrina are hot together, and I loved how much Roman feels for Sabrina. They have a really great connection; deep and heartfelt, and I was surprised with how sweet the romance ended up being. The sex scenes are very steamy, and definitely had my heart pounding. Tempted really pulled me in, and the story is very interesting. The whole story was so full of wonderfulness, and I just love Brenda Tetreault's writing! I love that there are different types of supernaturals in this book, and I especially loved that Roman's "butler" was a fawn! So cool! That character was so much fun! We also get a glimpse at the relationship between Caine and Gaela, who are Roman's bodyguard and sister, and their story just broke my heart! Although the majority of the book is about Roman and Sabrina, Caine and Gaela get some chapters too, and normally I don't like when focus is taken off the main couple, but I loved their story so much, so I wasn't disappointed at all that they get some scene time. I was truly hoping that the next book would be a continuation of their story, but I have to wait one more book before that happens, so I'm going to have to hurry up and read the next book, so I can get to their book. I'm definitely going to have to do that sooner rather than later because I want more Caine and Gaela! I loved how Tempted's story evolved, and I enjoyed the bit of mystery and the little surprises. I also listened to the audio version of this story, and the narrator is amazing! She does multiple voices and accents, and does a great job! I'm really looking forward to the next book! The next book is about Caius, who is a villain in this book, so that will be interesting to see his story, when he was mentioned in this book, I did think I would like to read his story, so although I want Caine and Gaela's story, I'm excited to read Caius' story too!

Review for Bitten: A Club Erotic Short by Nicole Garcia - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Born into light, made to live in darkness, Caressa strives to keep her coven safe from the Hunters. A group of killers trained to eradicate the vampire population.
Now, it's up to Caressa to ensure the survival of her and her sisters. Together they must make difficult decisions to recruit more soldiers to help aid in the fight in the war against the Hunters.
Everything was going according to plan. That was until Noah walked into Club Blood. His gorgeous body and infectious smile make him hard to resist. But, that's exactly what Caressa has to do, resist him. Avoid him at all costs because the moment she lets her guard down, he will surely claim her heart.
A heart that is cold, dark, and incapable of giving someone like him the love he deserves.
Can Caressa deny herself the love she so desperately craves and turn away the only person capable of giving her everything she has ever wanted? Or will she give in to her heart's true desire and put her coven in even more danger than the already are?


MY REVIEW -


I really enjoyed this short story! It was sweeter than I was thinking it would be, but it had some spice. I listened to the audiobook version, and I thought the narrator did a decent job, and there was also a male voice for a couple parts, which wasn't my favorite, but it was still okay. In this book, Caressa is a vampire, who is trying to keep the remaining people in her vampire coven safe from hunters after her "master" got killed, her coven is made up of the remaining female vampires. They have bought a nightclub to help them have access to their food source of blood, and hopefully stay hidden from the hunters. One night, Caressa meets Noah and feels very attracted to him, but he is human, so she doesn't want to put him in harms way, and she doesn't have a good idea of male vampires, so she doesn't want him to change, or to bring him into her world, and she also needs to think of protecting her coven, so she tries to deny her attraction to Noah, but Noah won't let her turn away from him. I liked that Caressa is a strong woman with a bit of a wall up because she actually has a sensitivity to her. Noah and Caressa are really cute and adorable together, and there is some hotness! The majority of the book is about Noah and Caressa working out how they feel for each other and what they want to do about it, but there is also a bit of action that added some extra excitement, and this story is a short one, but I felt like I really got a sense for the characters and the type of world this book is set in. I'm definitely looking forward to reading more books from Nicole Garcia and more books with these characters!

Review for Air by L.B. Gilbert - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Despite being the junior Elemental, Logan’s never had to worry about failing a mission before. Not until an overgrown and annoyingly attractive shifter comes along.

Being an Elemental is in Logan’s blood. Hers is the gift of Air, a vast power she’s still struggling to control. Then a Were named Connell hunts her down. His wolf is missing, and he blames her.

A den of werewolves is the last place Logan wants to be. The testosterone alone is enough to make her choke. But she has a mystery to solve. She will find out who is stealing wolves even if kills her.

Unfortunately, that’s exactly what the enemy has planned…


MY REVIEW -

I loved the first book in this series, and I love this book too! If you haven't read the first book in the series, I suggest doing that first because you will have a better understanding of the events in this book, and although this book is told from different character's POV's than the first there are connecting events and the same characters are in both books. In Air, we follow Air Elemental, Logan, as she helps wolf shifter, Connell, find out who has stolen his wolf out of his body. Logan has the ability to manipulate air, so she can travel long distances in a short time, and use it to move objects and such, and just like Diana from the first book, Fire, she is a bad ass! I love that she has spunk and I love her mannerisms! There is a bit of humor throughout the book that I love, and I love all the magic use and the addition of shifters! If you haven't read the first book, Logan is one of four Elementals, who sort of "police" those who commit really bad crimes in the supernatural world and each Elemental is really strong and each has awesome powers associated with their elements, and I find the whole premise so interesting and entertaining. Once I start reading one of these books, I can't stop till I finish it! The romance is super sweet, and I loved how Connell couldn't be swayed with how he feels for Logan, his devotion to Logan was adorable. Logan and Connell are super cute together! Plus, there are some awesome action scenes! And I always love a bit of mystery. I like that we get some glimpses of the other Elementals, and I actually would love more of them! I'm definitely reading the next book!

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Cover Reveal for Finding Kyler by Siobhan Davis!! The first book in Siobhan Davis' new series! *Be sure to enter the giveaway at the end of the post*

Siobhan Davis is one of my favorite authors, and I am super excited to read her new book, Finding Kyler! Without further ado......

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Finding KylerFinding Kyler (The Kennedy Boys #1)

by Siobhan Davis

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Age category: Upper Young Adult

Release Date: January 9, 2017



Blurb:

Two fractured hearts and a forbidden love they can’t deny.



You shouldn’t want what you can’t have…



Faye Donovan has lost everything. After her parent’s tragic death, she’s whisked away from her home in Ireland when an unknown uncle surfaces as her new guardian.



Dropped smack-dab into the All-American dream, Faye should feel grateful. Except living with her wealthy uncle, his fashion-empire-owning wife, and their seven screwed-up sons is quickly turning into a nightmare—especially when certain inappropriate feelings arise.



Kyler Kennedy makes her head hurt and her heart race, but he’s her cousin.



He’s off limits.



And he’s not exactly welcoming—Kyler is ignorant, moody, and downright cruel—but Faye sees behind the mask he wears, recognizing a kindred spirit.



Kyler has sworn off girls, yet Faye gets under his skin. The more he pushes her away, the more he’s drawn to her, but acting on those feelings risks a crap-ton of prejudice, and any whiff of scandal could damage the precious Kennedy brand.



Concealing their feelings seems like the only choice.



But when everyone has something to hide, a secret is a very dangerous thing.




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Excerpt:

Their obscene wealth intimidates me.

Not the people.

The money.

The driver opens my uncle’s door first before attending to mine. James doesn’t make any move to exit. He looks contemplative. “I hope you’ll be happy here, Faye. Truly, I do.”

“Thank you. Me, too.” I hop out of the car as the driver retrieves my suitcase from the boot.

A splash of color in the corner of the garage captures my attention. Three racing motorbikes rest on an elevated platform. One is orange and blue and there is a multitude of brand logos on the side. The other two bikes are no less impressive. One is painted in a dark shade of green, the other bright yellow. A myriad of similar stickers decorates the side panels. I’m inexplicably drawn to them, and my feet move of their own accord.

Reaching out, I run the tip of my finger along the bodywork and up and down the wheels, my fingers dipping into the grooves in the tires. I can almost feel the enhanced adrenaline in the air. Motorbikes have always excited me, and the pure rush I’m getting is sending tingles of anticipation ricocheting all over my body.

I’m so entranced that I barely register the sound of approaching footsteps.

“Get your hands off my bike.” The deep male cadence verges on a predatory growl. The possessive quality to his voice isn’t lost on me either.

Giant goose bumps sprout on my arms, but I smother my fear and lift my head up in a confident manner. A red flush creeps up my chest and over my neck as a devastatingly good-looking boy reaches my side.

I’m tall—for a girl—and I’m usually pretty much on the level with most guys, but the top of my head barely reaches this dude’s chin, so he’s got to be at least six-two to my five-nine.

His body exudes warmth like a weapon. It crashes into me, almost knocking me off my feet. Slowly, my eyes travel up his body, taking in every ripped, lean, taut inch of him. He’s wearing dark navy jeans and a plain white shirt that’s molded to his perfectly chiseled abs like it’s painted on. I gulp.

They sure don’t grow them like this in Ireland.

My eyes continue their journey, up beyond the inviting, exposed strip of skin at the top of his shirt, and note voluptuous lips that are pinched tight, the light layer of dark stubble on his sculpted chin and cheeks, and the tan, smooth lines of his handsome face. I brace myself, rocking back on my heels, as I stare into stunning pale blue eyes. Framed by a thick layer of inky-black lashes most girls would kill for, his eyes are vast pools that I could easily drown in.
This guy is seriously good-looking, and he knows it, too. Crossing his arms over his chest, he pins me with a venomous look, and I shrink back from the dangerous vibes he’s emitting.

“Are you done drooling yet?”

©Siobhan Davis 2016




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Early Praise For Finding Kyler


“Siobhan Davis rocks this genre! Finding Kyler is an addictive read … it has the same character and relationship focus, drama, foreshadowing, and cliffhanger endings that I am used to from her other books. I am hooked!” Lola’s Reviews.



“A great read for fans of Erin Watt's Paper Princess, Broken Prince, and Twisted Palace.” Danielle. Goodreads Reviewer.



“Completely Addicting. I could not put it down!” Literary Dust.



“A must read for people who loved The Royals Series.” Amanda. Goodreads Reviewer.





SiobhanAbout the Author:

Siobhan Davis writes emotionally intense young adult fiction with swoon-worthy romance, complex characters, and tons of unexpected plot twists and turns that will have you flipping the pages beyond bedtime! She is the author of the Amazon bestselling True Calling and Saven series.



Siobhan’s family will tell you she’s a little bit obsessive when it comes to reading and writing, and they aren’t wrong. She can rarely be found without her trusty Kindle, a paperback book, or her laptop somewhere close at hand.



Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Siobhan forged a successful corporate career in human resource management.



She resides in the Garden County of Ireland with her husband and two sons.



You can find and contact Siobhan here:

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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Review for The Witcher Legacy by Brenda Tetreault - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

After a nomadic childhood with her mother, Melissa Witcher is ready to put down roots, despite the ghosts that haunt not only her new home but her family history as well.
Michael Kemper never saw her coming, and from the moment he meets Melissa Witcher, he finds himself ready to do whatever it takes to stay by her side.
When evil threatens not only their happiness but also their lives, Michael and Melissa will find themselves fighting for everything they hold dear.
Can love conquer all, or will the evil that sleeps deep within the old Witcher home destroy it?


MY REVIEW -


I really enjoyed this ghost story! Brenda Tetreault really set a spooky scene! I listened to the audiobook of The Witcher Legacy, and I liked how the narrator helped set the mood of the scene with her voice. The Witcher Legacy starts in the past with the suicides of Louisa Witcher and her sister, and then the murder of their mother all at the Witcher House. Fast forward to the present where Melissa Witcher has inherited the Witcher House, so Melissa has relocated to Bounty Cove, where she is hoping to connect with her father, the local town doctor and find a place where she belongs, but all doesn't go quite as planned. Melissa hears some stories about her house being haunted, and then she begins to experience some unusual things, so she decides to look into the history of her house. I really enjoyed listening to the mystery unfold. There's also quite a love story in this book, and it was a lot sexier then I was thinking it would be, which I happened to enjoy, so I was all on board for the steam between Melissa and Michael. Melissa meets Michael, who is there to help her clean and fix up the house, and there is an instant connection between the two, but Michael wants to take things slow because he just got out of a sticky situation. Melissa and Michael grow closer as the story progresses, and they are so sweet with each other; well most of the time anyway, and I loved how deeply they fell in love with each other. Melissa and Michael are on their way to happiness, but some obstacles get in their way, such as ghosts, exes, and multiple crazy people. It was tough to hear the struggles that Melissa and Michael go through, but I loved how devoted they both are to each other. The ghost stuff is creepy and grim, and really puts a chill in your bones, and it was some good stuff. The whole ending was brutal! I also would have liked a bit more in the ending, but for the most part I loved this book. The only thing I didn't love was anything to do with the character Jaime, he is suppose to Melissa's friend, but I never got that impression besides the initial meeting, but after that I would say he is a pretty crap friend, and I didn't like how his story unfolded, and a moment that I feel should have been just Melissa's was overtaken with an action by Jamie, so I just didn't like anything to do with him, and would have been happy if he were omitted from this book, but I didn't let that affect my rating. If you are looking for a hot and sweet romance with a spooky mystery, I say definitely give this a go! I'm looking forward to reading more by Brenda Tetreault!

Friday, November 18, 2016

Review for Moonlight by Katie Salidas - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Good girls don’t wear fur, or fight over men, and they certainly don’t run around naked, howling at the moon.

But then, no-one ever called Fallon a good girl.

As a human unofficially mated to an Alpha werewolf, Fallon is being pressured to “become”...or be gone.

Her mate Aiden, the interim leader of the Olde Town Pack, is in a position that demands he either choose a wolf mate...or leave the pack forever. No matter how hot the sex with Fallon is, he can’t ignore centuries of tradition.

Become a wolf or not. If only the choice were that simple. Fallon’s options are further clouded by the overt presence of other females desperate to be the Alpha’s mate. And when these bitches get serious, it’s not just claws that come out. If Fallon wants to keep her man and take the title she’ll have to exert a little dominance of her own.


MY REVIEW -

I loved this! In Moonlight, we get Fallon's POV, and her struggles with her boyfriend Aiden's wolf pack. Fallon is unsure if she wants to become a werewolf, so she has been holding off on making the decision, but her time is up because Aiden's pack is pressing the issue, and doesn't want a human as their Alpha's mate. Aiden was really wonderful in this book, and there are some really great sexy times between Fallon and him. Fallon was a tough chick, and I loved her sass. I would have liked a bit more seriousness from her at times, but I still really liked her. I love all the wolf pack politics, well really, I loved all of the wolf stuff. I enjoyed reading about Fallon coming into her own, and finding her way with the pack. Fallon has to deal with some of the pack treating her poorly and finding out what is right for her, and I just loved how Aiden was there for Fallon. You don't necessarily need to read the other books in this series to enjoy this one, but Fallon and Aiden are in the previous books, and those books show a bit of Fallon and Aiden growing close, so that's nice to read. This was short, sweet, and awesome! Great addition to this series!

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Review for Feudlings in Sight by Wendy Knight - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Boys of war suck at romance.

Charity Delyle has lived in the shadow of her Prodigy cousin and his powerful Guard since the day she was born. And she doesn’t mind—really. Except that being in Hunter’s shadow means that he can’t see her. And she’d like that to change.

Hunter has one purpose in life: Protect the Prodigy, or die trying. That means a social life, school, and even Charity come last until the war is over. For the most part, he’s okay with that—he can lose everything if he has to…except his seer.

Starting at a new school should be much safer than living in a war-ravaged Carules headquarters. But this new school is different than the others. Friendships are forged and destinies are questioned, and Hunter’s decision could cost them all everything they’ve been hoping for.


MY REVIEW -

This is a prequel in the Fate on Fire series, but I do recommend reading the first full Feudings book before this one because I think it helped me appreciate and feel more for the characters that are featured in this book. In this book, we get to see Charity, Hunter, and Shane before the events in the first book, and the chapters are in Charity and Hunter's POV's, so we get to see more how they feel about each other and how they feel about being part of the Carules. The Carules are at war with the Edren, both of which are groups of sorcerers who had a falling out with each other in the past, and Shane is an important person in the Carules group, so he is sent to a new school to blend in with the normal people and remain safe, and Charity is his cousin and a seer, so she goes along as well, and Hunter is Shane's bodyguard. This is pretty short, but I loved getting to know more about Charity and Hunter, and it was nice to get some backstory on them both. There is a bit of magic use in this book, which I love, and we also get a little bit of battle, which I also loved. I don't really care too much about the time at the school because it is just girls fawning over Shane, which I don't enjoy, and Charity making friends, so I could take or leave it, but I loved anything having to do with Hunter and Charity together, so just for that I really enjoyed this book. So, go read the first book and if you like it, this will be a nice addition to the story, but if you do choose to read this first, I think it does give a nice lead in to the full length book, so enjoy!

Review for The Silver Thread by Emigh Cannaday - 4 out of 5



SYNOPSIS -

"You know, my parents didn't give me much advice about relationships, but my mother told me that we should never go to bed upset with one another." Talvi reached am arm out to invite Annika to curl up against his chest.

"Aww, that's a sweet thing to say," she said as she cozied up in the crook of his arm. "What did your dad tell you?"

"He said to make sure the sofa was comfortable, just in case."

Talvi Marinossian has slain maenads and fought off vampire attacks, but nothing has prepared him for getting involved with one of these forbidden ‘Modern Girls’. When he finally tracks down Annika it’s obvious that she’s changed since her recent adventure in his homeland. It’s also clear that she’s not ready to embrace the next chapter in her life. He tries to persuade her to open up to him, but she finds it difficult since he won’t even explain how he earns a living, why he has a secret cell phone, or the reason he keeps another woman’s handkerchief in his pocket.

Instead of relying on Talvi to help her adjust, Annika delves into her music and her job, and it isn’t long before the new lovers find themselves completely out of sync with one another. Just when they start to find their rhythm, Talvi is called away on business and whisks Annika off to Paris for what is supposed to be a working vacation. But one bad decision leads to another, and the chaos that ensues may cost someone their life.


MY REVIEW -

I rated this a 4, but I'd say it is more a 3.5, but I rounded up. This one was a bit difficult for me because there is a lot of misunderstanding and non-communication going on in this book, so I had a problem enjoying the story, but that doesn't mean I wasn't interested in how the story was going to unfold, and I do enjoy Emigh Cannaday's writing, so that's what kept me reading. This book picks up right where the first book ended, so you definitely should read the first book before reading this one, Annika has been forced to separate from Talvi, so Talvi sets out to find and re-connect with her. Talvi finds her, but all isn't sunshine and roses because Annika is acting standoffish with Talvi, and she's just being an all around unpleasant person towards Talvi. That's pretty much what the majority of this book is about, Annika doesn't trust Talvi because he is a big flirt and is keeping some secrets from her, and Talvi is trying to do his best to be there for Annika, but he doesn't understand why she is being the way she is, and he is starting to lose his cool. The majority of this takes place in Oregon, where Annika lives with her friends, so there is a lot of Talvi trying to blend in with the modern world, but I really wish there was more in Faerie because the setting wasn't as entertaining as Faerie is, but we do get a bit of Faerie, so I enjoyed those parts. Annika was just being ridiculous in this book! You married the guy for goodness sakes, and now you are worried that you may not know each other! It's too late to turn back time, so stop being such a wet rag. I was really having a very hard time believing she had any love Talvi. Also, I get Talvi was a man-whore, or elf-whore, but I don't need it shoved down my throat all the time, I really feel like that was way too focused on in this book, and the stuff with Patty-Cake; sickening. Or at least I thought so, I was with Annika on that. Also the Merriweather stuff and the 7 wood nymphs story, ewww! I could understand why Annika was having doubts, when all this stuff is thrown in you face. I know he's a flirt, but I was getting really tired of hearing about it, and his past. Also, there's a whole thing in Paris with Finn, Talvi's brother, that I really could've done without, and I can't believe how insensitive Talvi was with that whole situation; if I were Annika, I would be pissed off too. There are some sweet moments between Talvi and Annika, and when they aren't bickering they are adorable together, so I was glad for those moments. They both just need to vocalize how they are feeling a lot better. There's a bit of mystery, and we do end up with a cliffhanger, which sounds quite interesting, so I'm looking forward to reading the next book. The writing is good, and I do feel it is an unique take on the Fae, so it keeps me reading.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Review for Savior by Nicole Blanchard - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

I thought I put my past behind me.

I lost everything when I testified against my fiancé for the murders of five women. After the jury delivered a life sentence, I ran. I hoped if I could disappear, maybe the horror he caused would, too.

When I return to Florida for the first time after his conviction, I’m determined to face my fears and get my life back. Then, a woman is murdered and I’m the only one who believes her death features the same signature as those I’m trying so hard to forget.

Instinct tells me to run again, but local cop Logan Blackwell has never let a suspect–or a woman–get away. He’s made it his own personal mission to solve the case and he needs my help to do it.

I have no choice once we learn I’m the next target, but I’m not interested in getting close to another man, especially not a sexy former Marine who has secrets of his own.

This is a FULL-LENGTH, STANDALONE, with NO CLIFFHANGER.


MY REVIEW -

I love the suspense and romance that Nicole Blanchard creates in her stories! In Savior, the story starts out with a serial killer killing a woman at an university, and then leads into the female leads story. Piper's life is hit hard with the events of the serial killer, and she is finding it difficult to stay in one place, or let her walls down to let others into her life. Piper gets a job at a bed and breakfast, and meets local cop Logan, who is the nephew of the B&B owner. Logan sees Piper is withholding something, so wanted to make sure his family is safe and she is on the up and up, he decides to find out more about Piper, and along the way he begins to feel an attraction towards her. Piper tries to push Logan away, but he is on to her and won't let her run away, and when women start being attacked again, Logan will do what it takes to protect her. Piper and Logan are really sweet, and I loved how protective Logan is of her. There are some hot scenes between the two, and Logan definitely knows how to get the blood flowing. I loved the mystery, and even though I guessed early what was what, I still really enjoyed how the story unfolded, and I loved how tough Piper is. I loved getting glimpses of the other characters from the past books! Nicole Blanchard's books are interesting and entertaining and I can't wait for the next one!

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Review for Achilles: Soul of Her King by Julia Mills - 4 out of 5



SYNOPSIS -

Book 3 in the Kings of the Blood series. The books can be read as stand-alone stories, but it is advisable to read them in order to get the most enjoyment from the series.

A scream in the night. A panicked call for help. There’s no time to think. The rules be damned.

A fate worse than death. Buried alive…lost…alone… A centuries old secret her only hope. May the gods be on her side.

This one’s about more than brotherhood.
Save the girl…save the Kings.


MY REVIEW -

Sweet and interesting! I definitely recommend reading the first 2 books before reading this one because although it is about a different couple then the other 2 books, there are connecting characters and connecting events, which means there are some spoilers for the previous books in this book. Achilles is part of a group of immortals, who do drink blood, but they aren't called vampires, they are called Kings, and the Gods are responsible for their existence. Each of these Kings needs to find his intended mate before 3 millennia, or they will die for good, but the Kings aren't allowed to approach their mates until their mates make the first connection. Achilles has been keeping an eye on his mate, but has kept his distance, so he doesn't break the rules, and finally his mate has connected with him, but she is trapped, so Achilles needs to find a way to save her. On top of his mate, Juliette, being trapped, a vengeful God is out to make Achilles and Juliette's mating difficult. Achilles is adorably sweet and manly, so he is just wonderful! I also liked Juliette, she is strong and I like her independence, and I like how on board she is with the mating. The one thing I didn't really get is why it took her so long to approach Achilles. I also liked the other characters, and look forward to reading their books! The story is entertaining, and I liked the history of the characters. I did enjoy the flashbacks, but I think they did slow the story down a bit, so maybe a little bit less of those would have been good. I also would have liked more time with Achilles and Juliette, but that's just me loving the romance! They are really sweet together, and I love how protective Achilles is of Juliette, and they do have some very steamy times! I really enjoy Julia Mills' writing, so I will definitely be checking out more of her books!

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Review for Beach Blanket Bridesmaid by Margo Bond Collins - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Love isn't always a breeze…

“Always a bridesmaid, never a bride.” If one more person says that, Ava Jordan is going to scream. And now she has to be in her brother’s wedding before she can hang up that ugly taffeta permanently.

Even worse, the man she’s been avoiding is the only other guest in this destination wedding to Antigua. Sure, she’s had a crush on Grant for as long as she can remember, but he’s out of her life. Their steamy fling that turned way awkward made sure of that.

Now she’s going to be stuck on a small island with him—so maybe she could have one more steamy fling before it's over for good? But Grant wants forever. And he’s going to do everything he can to convince her of that.


MY REVIEW -

Short and Sweet! Beach Blanket Bridesmaid was really cute, and I love second chance at love stories! Ava is the bridesmaid in her brother's destination wedding in Antigua, and it's going to be a small wedding, so it is just Ava, her brother, her brother's fiancée, and her brother's best man, Grant. Ava and Grant have a past, and both are feeling nervous about seeing the other, so they both have thoughts of avoiding the other, but when wedding activities push them together, they are finding it hard to maintain their distance from each other, and old feelings begin to resurface. Ava and Grant are cute as they try to deny the attraction they feel for each other, and they definitely have some hot moments! I really enjoy books with weddings, and the book being set in a beach town led to some interesting, steamy times. Since this is quite a short read, we don't get too in depth with the characters, but I appreciate what we did learn about the characters, and the whole story was very enjoyable. I definitely would love more for the ending, but the story ends in a nice place. I love that we get POVs from Grant and Ava, so we get a look into how both of them are feeling, and both are likable characters. Loved this sweet romance!

Review for Winter Souls by Angela Fristoe - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

To reclaim his soul, they will risk everything…

For six years, Elora has been confined to an island with the Ice Witch, Niobe. When her captor dies, Elora flees across the ice bridge back to Mason, the man she’s kept in her heart all these years. But Mason isn’t the same man she left behind. In his place is a cold and emotionless stranger.

Mason will never forget the day Elora disappeared over the ice bridge. It was the day the Ice Witch tore out his soul. He has settled into his life as a Tank Guard, protecting the small inlet at the northern edge of the sector from ravagers. But with Elora’s return, he has an opportunity to reclaim his soul and the life he thought lost forever.

It’s a dangerous task that will lead Mason and Elora to the depths of the Underworld. It’s a journey none has ever returned from.


MY REVIEW -

In Winter Souls, Elora has been held prisoner by the Ice Witch for 6 years, but she is finally able to escape when her captor dies. Through the 6 years, Elora has thought of Mason, who she feels deeply for, but when she sees Mason again, she finds him to not be who he was when she left. Mason is now cold and unfeeling because his soul was stolen by the Ice Witch, so he feels nothing for Elora and has no desire to get his soul back, but Elora isn't willing to give up the quest to restore Mason soul, even if she has to venture to the underworld to do it. Winter Souls has a dystopian feel, and takes place in a futuristic Alaska, where there are deadly creatures ready to tear people apart. I love the sort of desolate winter wasteland setting, and also that there were some new technologies, but things were still a bit primitive. There's also some cool witchcraft going on in this story, and I always enjoy when the characters have to go on a sort of quest. Elora is a strong character, who also has a vulnerability to her, and I loved her tenacity. It was sad to see how Mason acts towards Elora, but I could still feel the connection between them. There are some steamy scenes in this book with a pinch of kink, and there's also some tender moments. Winter Souls was interesting and entertaining, and it felt unique to me. I loved that we get dual POVs and that this is a complete story. I just really loved the whole feel of the story. I'm looking forward to reading more by Angela Fristoe!

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Review for Life As We Know It by J.D. Hollyfield - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Life has not been easy for Penelope Summers. Specifically, the last month, when her high-profile boyfriend dumped her, her indecent exposure record surfaced, and her favorite thing in the world, tequila, failed her.

Good thing for Penelope, she has her best friend to pick her up, and take her on the vacation of a lifetime. A seven-day cruise that will change the direction of her downward spiral. But will that spiral shift in the direction Penelope needs? Or will it throw her into a bigger whirlwind of trouble?

With Reckless Abandon as her motto, tequila as her wingman, and a hot one-night stand as her much needed reward, will the tables finally turn for Penelope, or will life as she knows it continue to fail her?

Sometimes you just have to ride the wave of crazy to find out.


MY REVIEW -

Fun, sweet, and hot! Life As We Know It is very entertaining, and I love Hollyfield's humor! The writing was spot on, and the story flowed beautifully. Penelope "Penny" Summers has just been dumped by her douchebag boyfriend because he has political aspirations and feels Penny isn't a proper girlfriend for him any longer since she has a colorful past. Penny is upsets, but with the help of her best friend, Patti, who isn't afraid to tell Penny that she is way better off without some guy who didn't want Penny for who she really is, the ladies decide to go on a cruise so Penny can soak her "sorrows" in tequila. Penny loves tequila, and at times it can get her into some sticky situations, or hey maybe it gets her into the perfect situations because Penny ends up meeting Sam, who she promptly has a very interesting night with. Fast forward a little bit, and who should be Penny's new client, but her sexy, gorgeous one night stand; well what Penny thought was going to be a one stand, and Sam proves to be a force to be reckon with when he wants a whole lot more from Penny. Penny is a tough, smart badass, who has quite the humorous thought process. Sam is nothing short of amazing, and I find him wonderfully adorable and manly. The sex scenes are hot and had a nice kink factor. Sam and Penny have some really sweet moments too, and my heart sighed plenty a time. They are so cute together! The beginning did move a little slowly for me, but once the story got moving, I really loved where the story went, and I love that we get some suspense! Life As We Know It is interesting and heartfelt, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Looking forward to reading more from J.D. Hollyfield!

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Review for Heidi: A Not-Quite Hellhound Love Story by Julia Mills - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

From the armpit of Hell to Lucifer-only-knows-where, West Virginia (Sue me! I lost the directions.) at the speed of light with my new bestie, Bert the imp and my hooker alter-ego, Lola without a plan or a clue.

Ten days is all I have before the love of my life marries the Princess of Hell and my dreams for a smokin’ ever after go up in flames. It’s DEF CON 666 and this girl is outta time and outta choices.

One of these witches better have a plan to turn this Not-Quite Hellhound into a four-legged, butt-sniffing daughter of Cerberus or Satan himself is gonna make an appearance and we’re all gonna be flambéed.

Time is running out, my fur coat is nowhere to be found and all I can think about is jumping that Hunky Hellhound’s bones…. Hades help us, who does a girl have to kill to get a quad shot, no foam, caramel macchiato in this one- horse town?


MY REVIEW -

This is so fun, humorous, and awesome!!! Loved it! The story is interesting, entertaining, and there's sexy times too! I love that it takes place in Hell, and I loved all the characters. The main character, Heidi, is snarky, sassy, and quirky, and I loved that she is resilient and makes the best out of a screwed up situation. Heidi's mom sold Heidi's soul to the Devil, so now Heidi currently resides in Hell, where she meets Hunter; a hellhound shifter, who she immediately wants to climb like a tree, but unfortunately, he is engaged to the Devil's daughter, Luci, so Heidi isn't too pleased. Hunter also wants Heidi, and wants out of the engagement to Luci because it was arranged by Luci's father and Hunter's father, so there isn't any love between Luci and Hunter. Luckily for Heidi and Hunter, there may be a way for them to be together, but Heidi needs to go on a mission to make it happen. There are some very hot scenes between Hunter and Heidi, and they are so cute together! This is a quick read with lots of funny stuff! So, definitely read it! Looking forward to more by Julia Mills!

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Review for Twist of Fate by Callie Quigg - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

After Quinn Marshall’s ex drains her bank account and spreads vicious lies about her business, the penniless wedding planner needs a big event to help salvage her ruined reputation. And she gets just that chance when megastar Ella Harper announces her plans to marry in Ireland. Quinn’s pitch about the fated love she shares with her perfect fiancé wins over Ella and scores Quinn the contract. It’s a shame Mr. Perfect is nothing more than a figment of Quinn’s imagination.

But no one will ever discover her one little white lie...right?

Ronan Donovan despises liars and cheats. He discovers Quinn Marshall lied to win the contract that should have been his and forces his way into her fabricated life posing as her fated fiancé. When their counterfeit kisses turn real and Ronan’s feelings begin to cloud his judgment, he must to choose between exposing Quinn as a fraud or trusting his traitorous heart…and her.

TWIST OF FATE is book one in Callie Quigg's sexy and heartwarming series about The Donovan Family and can be enjoyed as a standalone story. Look out for more stories from Callie about this close-knit Irish family coming soon.

Contains some strong language and several sensual love scenes.


MY REVIEW -

This was cute and fun! I loved it! In Twist of Fate, Ronan, flies to Ireland to confront the woman who he thinks stole a wedding planning job for a famous couple that should've gone to his company, and when he receives information that the woman lied to get said job, Ronan has every intention of calling this horrible, lying woman out. Quinn has had a horrible time of it lately, and really needs this wedding job, or she is going to lose her business, so she may have told a little lie about her fated love with her fiancé in order to seal the deal on the job, but she was desperate and she's just trying to stay a float. When Ronan swoops into her life claiming to be her fated fiancé, she doesn't really have much choice but to go along with the charade. I liked both characters, and I loved that the book is set in Ireland! Loved the whole winter wonderland setting in an Irish castle, so fun! Plus, I love wedding books, so I was excited for that whole aspect. The story was written well, and I thought the story was sweet, and I really enjoyed the characters. Ronan is a tough guy, who has been hurt in the past, so he withholds himself, and Quinn also has trust issue, so she also is hard to trust. There's a bit of drama in this book, and I liked the little bit of added mystery. There are some sexy steamy times, that I enjoyed, and there are also some really cute, sweet moments between Ronan and Quinn. I do wish there was an epilogue, and there was a bit more development with that little bit of suspense in this book, but maybe the author will go into that in future books, and this book is fairly short, so I didn't miss it too much. This book is entertaining and I really enjoyed reading it, and I'm looking forward to more books by Callie Quigg!

Review for Siren's Curse by Margo Bond Collins - 4 out of 5



SYNOPSIS -

When the Sirens of ancient Greece retreated to deeply sunken Atlantis, they never expected to return to the world above. But now that their old foes, the Titans, are pushing into this dimension, the mermaid-shifter Kirka must find new allies…and she knows just the place to start. Welcome to the Hotel Paranormal.


MY REVIEW -

Siren's Curse starts off with Zale in Greece searching for one of his police buddies, and from what I understand, his police buddy's story was in one of Margo Bond Collins' books called, Siren's Kiss, which took place before this story, I do think it would be beneficial to read the previous book, but I don't feel it's absolutely necessary because I haven't read the previous book, and I felt like I caught on pretty quickly. So Zale is looking for his buddy, when he receives a card to go to a place called The Hotel. Kirka is a mermaid, who also receives a card to The Hotel, and she is a mermaid, who is a bit of an independent, who also is known as a mermaid of strength, so she decides to check out the situation. Zale and Kirka find out that they need to team up in order to stop the Titans from escaping into their world. Kirka already knew a bit about this situation because Skyla from the previous book had a run in with a Titan, but all this craziness is new to Zale, so he need to figure out how to deal with all this stuff coming at him. I love that this has to do with merpeople, and I love the whole idea of The Hotel Paranormal. The hotel has interesting, unique characters, and I actually wished a bit more of the story took place there. I liked both Kirka and Zale, and the story was interesting, but I do feel it moved a little slow at times. We do get some steamy moments between Kirka and Zale, but I wasn't completely sold on their connection yet. It seems like this story will continue in future books, so I would like to read those because the premise is unique and entertaining. I read another book in this series that was written by a different author, and I loved that one, so I would like to read more book in this series because I love the idea of The Hotel Paranormal. I also would like to check out more of Margo Bond Collins' books because I feel like she has an interesting take on things.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Review for The Lizard Man Affair by Blaire Edens - 4 out of 5



SYNOPSIS -

Anthropologist Lucy Whittemore is on a quest to track down a killer. When Spencer Watson hires her to solve the mystery of his dad’s disappearance, she’s pretty sure the mythical Lizard Man isn’t the culprit. But the truth is usually stranger than fiction. Tracking the beast through a steamy South Carolina swamp, the two find themselves up close and personal with a reality far scarier than they ever imagined. Hunting down a creature of legend might be the easy part. . . especially when you throw the possibility of love into the mix.


MY REVIEW -

This was a quick, interesting read, and I enjoyed it! I like the unique subject matter, and I enjoyed the setting of this book. The story starts out with Spencer going to the Carolina swamp to look for his missing father, and while he is there he sees a Lizard Man, so he calls in Lucy, who has a PHD in Anthropology and has an interest in Cryptozoology. Lucy is having a hard time proving herself to be a legitimate Anthropologist because of her interest in Cryptozoology, so she is a bit down on her luck, but she is excited at this opportunity to research the Lizard Man, but she is also having a problem believing in Spencer's story. I was actually surprised that she seemed to be more of a skeptic considering that she has quite an interest in these types of things. There is also a bit of romantic connection between Spencer and Lucy, which was a nice addition to the story, and they have a bit of steam to them. There's also a bit of family drama added to round out the story nicely. The story was entertaining till the very end, and I liked both characters. The subject of searching for unique, interesting characters like The Lizard Man is a fun one, and I look forward to reading more books in this series. I do feel that the characters could've been a bit more developed, and that some of the things in this book weren't quite figured out; maybe those questions will be touched on in the next book, but despite those couple of things, it is still a great, quick read!

Review for The Fate of Her Dragon by Julia Mills - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

The books can be read as stand-alone stories, but it is advisable to read them in order to get the most enjoyment from the series.

Trapped for almost a century. No chance of escape. All hope was lost and then he felt...her...

Sleepless nights, a man haunts her at every turn, his voice calling her, begging her...needing her...

Not even the Universe has the answers and time is running out...

The Fate of her dragon may be the death of them all!

This book contains explicit sexual material and violence. It is only suited for mature readers 18 years of age and older.


MY REVIEW -

Love this series!! I love dragon shifters! The Fate of Her Dragon is about dragon shifter, Drago, who has been trapped for 100 years, and Alicia, who is a witch and his mate. There was a disruption in the black magic holding Drago, so he was able to reach Alicia through their mind link to ask for assistance in escaping his prison. Alicia doesn't know what to think about the voice she keeps hearing in her mind and about her being Drago's mate, but she feels a pull towards him, and sets out to help save Drago. I loved all the witch ceremonies, and I loved the bits of action throughout the story. And of course I loved the romance! One of the things I love about shifter romances is the fact that they have mates, it makes for some really sweet, deep romances, and I just love how protective the shifters are of their mates. This book is entertaining and interesting, and even though it is a short story, the story felt complete and full to me. We get dual POV in this book, which I love, and although there are characters from the previous books, I believe this book can be read as a standalone, but you'll will be getting wee spoilers about the couples from the previous books. I'm really looking forward to reading more from Julia Mills!