Recent Reviews

Dawn of a Dark Knight
Zoe
Forward

Ashor is a hardened warrior who’s given up on life. The beast within him is getting harder and harder to control and the last thing he wants is to hurt innocent people with his rage. But everything changes when he sees Kira again. Ten years ago she saved his life and suffered for it. He knows that she couldn’t be his. And yet…

Pool of Crimson
Suzanne M.
Sabol

Dahlia has honed her vampire-killing skills to perfection. She’s got the scars, stakes and a cool nickname (Blushing Death) to prove it. Unfortunately for her, the vampires never give up and are even now concocting a terrible scheme involving a demon, werewolves and her.

Kerby Webster prefers to be called a cowman instead of cowboy.  It shows he has respect for the profession, and isn’t just about flash and pomp.  This also tells a lot about Kerby as a man.  With the accidental death of his son and daughter-in-law, Kerby has recently become the sole guardian of his teenage grandson, Chuck.  Their relationship starts off a bit bumpy with neither knowing how to r

Wren’s Fantasy
Tracy Hewitt
Meyer

Wren O’Hara has struggled against the mental illness she shares with her mother, the illness that has made her mother a broken woman. When a gorgeous blond giant saves her from a near-fatal attack, she can’t rationalize why he is suddenly in her life, believing it a sign of her escalating mental deterioration.

Real Virtue
Katy
Lee

Mel Mesini owns a Manhattan restaurant called Creare, modeled after her online website.  Mel has remade herself  in life and online, where she is known as "Nails".  All is well, when a call comes that her father has had an accident, and her schizophrenic mother needs care.  Mel does not want to go home.  But duty calls, and she leaves everything with Chris, her business partner.  She didn't cou

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