Posts Tagged: Book Review

Here is my review of Protect and Obey which I read last night. Protect and Obey by Jen Katemi My rating: 5 of 5 stars I don’t often read steamy romance. But when I do, I turn to my favourite steamy romance author Jen Katemi. Somehow she mixes lots of sex (LOTS!) with a great… Read the rest »

Another brain stretching topic this week! Which five authors I’d like to meet … I mostly write fiction with a speculative element, but my reading habits are eclectic. With a quick browse through my bookshelves, I find more historical novels than anything else. I studied history through high school and through University. It’s always been… Read the rest »

Shadowed Strength by Wendi Wilson My rating: 4 of 5 stars YA, especially YA Paranormal, is one of the genres that tends to be either very good or very bad. In spite of a few small issues, I very much enjoyed this YA paranormal by Wendi Wilson. I found the teenage characters believable, the relationship… Read the rest »

Twisted Intentions by Angelique S. Anderson My rating: 3 of 5 stars Twisted Intentions is fairly short, quick and easy to read. It’s set in our world, but god-like creatures seem to interfere with everyday living for normal humans. The story itself is interesting, and it provides a thought provoking take on what bullying feels… Read the rest »

The Legacy of Argent by Buck Kelly My rating: 4 of 5 stars Enjoyable Fantasy I love fantasy, but I don’t often read this sort of epic. The Legacy of Argent is typical of the genre. There is a cast of good guys engaged in various quests, journeys and battles against one particularly evil guy… Read the rest »

I’m an indie author too. I know how hard it is to get a book review published on the key sites like Amazon and Goodreads. When seeking an elusive book review, there’s only so many times you can beg and harass, your friends and relatives, all of your writing pals, and every online group you’ve ever belonged… Read the rest »

As a writer, you may never want to write romance specifically. You possibly can’t imagine yourself ever wanting to write a short sexy story. But there are lots of good reasons for learning from romance writers, no matter what genre you write in. Most readers enjoy stories with strong plots of course, but it’s the… Read the rest »

Lethal in Love: The Complete Book by Michelle Somers My rating: 5 of 5 stars Lethal in Love is an unusual story. It’s a twist of two genres, a full bodied love story and a suspenseful psychological thriller. Normally a thriller might have a secondary romantic plot, or a romance book might have an element… Read the rest »

A Dance With The Laird by Dora Bramden My rating: 4 of 5 stars Natalie and Angus are beautifully drawn characters. Both have good reasons to avoid commitment, but this is a romance book…so of course I’m expecting a happy ever after by the time we get to the last page! Angus is almost too… Read the rest »

White Serpent, Black Dragon by Joe Jackson My rating: 3 of 5 stars White Serpent, Black Dragon by Joe Jackson is an epic fantasy novel with an almost overwhelming cast of characters, human, other races, demons and gods. The acknowledgements mention that the world of the story is based on the world of Advanced Demons… Read the rest »