Review of This Green Hell by Greig Beck

The one thing I miss about Roger no longer working at Borders are the Advanced Reader Copies of books. So when Greig Beck’s publisher Momentum Books asked if I’d like an advanced e-book of This Green Hellto review, I could hardly contain my glee. I think I actually squeed! Book three in the Alex Hunter/Arcadian series […]

Review of The Modern Fae’s Guide to Surviving Humanity edited by Joshua Palmatier and Patricia Bray

I bought The Modern Fae’s Guide to Surviving Humanityspecifically for the Barbara Ashford story, but all the stories were great. Since there’s not enough space to cover all the stories, I’ll cover my favorites. We Will Not Be Undersold by Seanan McGuire – Fae Nimh works for a large box store named Undermart. Dan is […]

Review of A Demon and His Psycho by Eve Langlais

So I couldn’t resist reading the second Welcome to Hell novel, A Demon and His Psycho,immediately after the last book. I mean, it was already out, so why not? This time around, Lucifer has decided to play matchmaker with half-demon Xaphan and crazy, psycho Katie. Xaphan made his deal with Lucifer 300 years ago to […]

Review of A Demon and His Witch by Eve Langlais

Lucifer has a plan to rebuild his diminished army of demons. He’s going to play match maker for his demons and other denizens. His first attempt is with witch Ysabel, who was burned alive at the stake and half-demon Remy, who’s never met a woman he didn’t want to bed in A Demon and His […]

Review of Ral’s Woman by Laurann Dohner

Since I’m such a big fan of Laurann Dohner’s New Species series, I decided to check out her Zorn Warriors series while waiting for the next New Species book to come out. In Ral’s Woman,kidnapped human Ariel finds herself the prize amongst a group of captive Zorn men. Once she’s won by Ral, he makes […]