Review of A View to a Thrill by Lexi Blake

Those hot men of McKay-Taggart Security are back in the seventh Masters and Mercenaries story, A View to a Thrill.This time it’s finally Simon Weston and Chelsea Dennis’ turn at romance. When someone plants a bomb in Chelsea’s apartment and on her car, her first thought is to run to Simon to protect her. Simon […]

Review of Debt Inheritance by Pepper Winters

Pepper Winters gives us a new dark romance with the first book in the Indebted series, Debt Inheritance.Nila Weaver thought she had a good life. The showing for her new fashion line is over and she’s ready to celebrate with her father and her twin brother Vaughn. Then Jethro Hawk arrives to collect the debt […]

Review of Underdead in Denial by Liz Jasper

Science teacher and almost vampire Jo Gartner returns in the second Underdead Mystery, Underdead in Denial.Things have been quiet for her, so it’s no surprise that the return of sexy vampire Will, the man who almost changed her, sends her world into a spiral. After her best friend talks her into helping out with a […]

Review of The Sixth Extinction by James Rollins

When a remote research station in California is sabotaged, Park Ranger Jenna Beck and her dog Nikko are first on the scene and witness to the beginning of a spreading devastation in the tenth Sigma Force novel, The Sixth Extinction.First to respond are Sigma¬†Director Painter Crowe, his fianc√© Lisa Cummings and her brother Josh. When […]

Review of Show Me, Baby by Cherise Sinclair

It’s time for Rainie Kuras to find her Dom in the newest Masters of the Shadowlands book, Show Me, Baby.She’s avoided Master Jake at the club for months now, but when she brings an injured dog into his verterinary clinic to be treated, she’s forced to deal with him. Jake Sheffield has no recollection of […]