Thursday, October 23, 2014

Review: Cake: A Fairytale by Dina Keratsis

Cake reminded me of a modern fairytale in a way. It had all the elements for it; the hero, the girl who might/might not need rescue, the villain, quests to overcome to find your true self, sassy characters, romance….

It was a good story with some really great things in it, and I enjoyed most of it. However there were some things that rubbed me, and to some this might be a bit spoilerish, but here goes.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Author Take Over: La Quette, author of Heart of the Matter

Hello everyone,

My name is LaQuette and I am an author of erotic African American and Interracial Romance.

Before I begin I’d like to thank Sabina for providing me with the opportunity to commandeer her page for a little while so I could share a few things with all of you.

Every story that I have written to date has been born out of the question, “What if?”  Usually inspiration can occur pretty much anywhere.  I will see something that for some strange reason keeps my mind spinning, turning, trying to find out why a thing is or isn’t.  Somewhere in my brain there’s a light bulb that goes off when this entire process begins.  The way in which I make the unknowable understandable is to fashion a story out of some facet of the thing I can’t understand.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Review: Golem in My Glovebox (Monster Haven Series #4) by R.L Naquin

I fell in love with Zoey and Maurice in Monster in my Closet, where she found out that she is an empath and she saved her best friend from being drained by an incubus. Maurice is just Maurice, he’s a wonderful closet monster and I absolutely adore him!

The adventures continued in Pooka in my Pantry, where the Leprechaun mafia moves into town, and the only one who truly can stop them is… You guessed right; Zoey.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Review: Voices of Hell by Catherine Stovall

Izybel is hell bent on destruction of humans. So much, she has forgotten she used to be one. See, Izybel is a hybrid. Chosen by Ashur to have a demon put in her, she has a mission, a vital part in releasing hell upon Earth and destroy humankind as we know it today.

All that is missing is the Archangel Raphael. Only he isn’t the archangel anymore. He has been reincarnated as a young painter. Izzy’s job is to reawake the angel, but to bond herself to him so he won’t cause problems.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Review: First to Fall (Avalon #1) by Carys Jones

Aiden Connelly is tired of the frenzy in Chicago, and is now trading it for a quieter life in Avalon, taking his little family with him. Isla isn’t happy about leaving her old life behind, but like Aiden, she knows this is their last chance of getting their marriage to work out.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

ARC Review: Destinata ( The Valguard Trilogy #1) by Nicole Daffurn

Charlie has just turned eighteen, she’s officially an adult, and the world is open to her – or so you would think.

The little town Tole where Charlie lives has a secret, one that will turn her live upside down once she finds out. When Zane moves in next door, it only marks the beginning of Charlie’s transition. The more she finds out about herself, the bigger the stakes become. Will Charlie overcome her own fear and insecurities in time?

Short story review: What Zoey Doesn't know (A Monster Haven short) by R.L Naquin

This is a short story in Rachel’s wonderful Monster Haven Series. It takes place between book three; Fairies in my Fireplace and book four; Golem in my Glovebox.