Excerpt from Vow Unbroken (Faerie Tales No. 3) by T.J. Deschamps

Vow Unbroken releases May 28th! To celebrate, I’ve put the e-book version of all three novellas in the Faerie Tales series on sale for .99c each for the month of May (Free on Kindle Unlimited). Three books for three bucks! I also wanted to share an excerpt from this tantalizing tale, filled with intrigue, action, and a little steam.

Book Review: Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

Genre: Fantasy Romantic Subplot? Eh. There’s a love triangle of sorts but the author didn’t spend a lot of time developing the romance. I really didn’t get why the Darkling had a thing for Alina, it was grossly hyped and seriously underdeveloped. Steam? Tepid. Plot: Evil dude wants to control the world, supposedly. Alina has[…]

Book Review: From Blood and Ash by Jennifer Armentrout

From Blood and Ash by Jennifer Armentrout Genre: FantasySubgenre: I spent most of this book saying, “This is a freaking vampire book.” Romance: This has the most decadently written romance ever. It’s not instalove, at least not on the MC’s part, but it IS insta-lust. Steam? Status:Currently scalded. I thought the sex scenes were scandalously[…]

Update On Indie Author Reviews

For the time being, I’m not accepting books for review (I’m back-loaded and have my own writing projects with deadlines). I am, however, accepting requests for author interviews to promote new releases. Please go to the contact page to request an interview. Do not message me on social media. I’m getting bombarded with pms and[…]

Review: Magical Midlife Love: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel (Leveling Up Book 4) by K.F. Breene

Magical Midlife Love: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel (Leveling Up Book 4) by K.F. Breene Genre: Paranormal Women’s Fiction Romantic Subplot: It’s in the title, gentlefolk. The first three books in the series are Jacinta “Jess” focused, as is this one, but we’re getting some of Austin’s POV in this one. Steam? Yes. But, come[…]

Book Review: A Court of Silver Flames

ACoSF is marketed as Fantasy but if I was a purchasing editor at a publishing house, I’d ship this over to Erotica. Romance, Urban Fantasy, and even Fantasy include sex scenes, but when the sex scenes are so many and so graphic, we need to call it what it is.

Book Review: Dread Nation by Justina Ireland

Genre: Alternate History/Horror Romantic subplot? File the MC’s relationship status as single, yet ‘it’s complicated’. Steam? 0 (Kisses are mentioned, but this is NOT a kissing book) Plot: In this alternate history, the Civil War and slavery ended because people started rising from the dead. Jane was born around the time of the Battle of[…]