Author Archives: Justice

Justice strongly believes two books a week keeps you healthy and happy. (Three or more prevents any depression and long lines at the checkout). Reading is her first love, she started her health regimen at the tender age of 5 when the County Bookmobile did its weekly run through her neighbor hood. Now being a mom she fits in her workout in between mommy duties, wife duties and work duties. Reading is a work out if done right, it even cancels out the chocolate donuts you ate with your kids this morning!

Steampunk Erotica II by Ora Le Brocq

Steampunk Erotica II by Ora Le BrocqIn an alternative past, where modern technology exists with Victorian values, Mina Trelawney is caught between demure social convention and the desire to live her life to her full sexual and personal potential. When her parents are murdered by a madman who plans to rule the country, Mina finds her potential stretched to the limit as she battles the chilling schemes and philosophy of Baron von Vesey. Read More »

Possession by Crymsyn Hart

Dreams led Bruno, a lone wolf shifter, back to the pack that cast him into the wind. For years he had been on his own, spreading the message of a loving God, a God that he clung to when his torment of abandonment ravaged his soul. Night after night he was plagued by visions of Serena, his only love, and all consuming evil tempting her to cross over to be one with it.
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Belladonna in Hollywood by Alex Severin

The Golden Age glamour of the 1920s may have lured Belladonna, a young Oregon farm-girl, to the theater in Portland, but it was Bela Lugosi’s portrayal of Dracula that awoke a hunger in Belladonna that only living in Hollywood would sate. Unfortunately, Belladonna’s dream of the silver screen soon turn to nightmares. She becomes tangled in the city’s seedy back allies populated with opportunist feeding on the naive and also one very self-righteous vampire.

Belladonna is naïve but matures very quickly. She has no choice after being kidnapped by Vivant who literally forces his will upon her. Still being young, she does tend to rebel against “the man”.
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Carnal Sin by Allison Brennan

I was so completely satisfied with this second installment in the Seven Deadly Sins series which picked up directly where the last one ended. The introduction of the Los Angeles police and the inauspicious sexual-driven coven allowed me to dive into a new action-driven mystery that prevented me from putting it down.
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Dark Thirst by Sara Reinke

When a young tortured Brandon Noble first met Angelina Jones, his tutor’s sister, he was just a gawky teenager paralyzed by his puppy love for her. But five years can do wonders for a body. When Angelina, now a hardened policewoman, finds a handsome, naked stranger in her brother’s apartment, she would have never guessed that it was the same boy from her past.
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Dark Hunger by Sara Reinke

In trying to protecting her twin brother Brandon, Tessa Noble-Davenant must travel across the country with a very sarcastic and moody passenger, Rene Morin. Dark forces are threatening not only Brandon’s life but Tessa’s unborn child’s life, as well. She knows she must set aside her primal attraction for Rene, because succumbing to their desires may give the ominous forces tracking them an opportunity to attack.
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Were Slave by Lia Slater

As the Queen of Paqualette, Nayla is forbidden to have a husband or a human lover. Her life is a lonely and disciplined existence, so when she’s given the opportunity to choose a Were from her dungeon as her sex slave, she takes a chance. Werewolves, she knows, are nothing but senseless monsters, but after the one she selects to be her WereSlave turns out to be more of a man than she’s ever known, she must question her beliefs.
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Bloodstone Heart by T. Lynne Tolles

Josh Brenner is a good looking guy with an extraordinary talent he thinks is a curse: he’s telepathic and can’t find the mute button so he lives in solitude only coming out at night. But Josh isn’t the only supernatural out and about this cold March night, because when Josh returns from his midnight run to the store, he runs smack into a hungry agitated vampire looking for something…and Josh is in his way.
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Black Passion by Lorie O’Clare

Jaguars are hunters, through and through. That lifestyle will be protected at all costs in the Costa Rican rain forest village of Guarida, where Ran VicMoran and his littermates have settled. Ran will hunt and kill as necessary to protect their peaceful way of life. Times are changing, though, and danger comes on two feet.
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Black Seduction by Lorie O’Clare

Raul VicMoran and Angela Kalucian will not tolerate what Colony is doing to their kind, the jaguars. One of the leaders in the community is making arrangements with the humans to sell their services as mercenaries. Hired killers. To hunt, capture and eliminate someone else’s prey. The level of humiliation is too strong to endure.
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To Tame a Tiger by Susan Kelly

Luke Aron is one of the last legendary warriors called Tigers. When a centuries-old curse leads to him being magically bonded to Violet Hylan, the unbeatable fighter learns the true pain of being owned body and soul by a woman he could love. Read More »

Original Sin by Allison Brennan

A coven of witches well versed in the black arts unleash the Seven Deadly Sins on earth—as incarnate demons with an agenda. Raised a witch in her mother’s powerful coven, Moira O’Donnell ran away when she learned her mother planned to sacrifice her to be “mediator” between the underworld and all united covens. Read More »

Heart’s Blood by Gail Dayton

Master conjurer Grey Carteret regains consciousness in a London gutter next to a concerned street urchin and not far from the body of a man murdered by magic. Some fool is hoping to use murder to raise a demon. Arrested for the crime, Grey must rely on the street urchin for help. But the lad turns out to be a comely lass, and she wants something in exchange.
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Little Vampire Women by Lynn Messina and Louisa May Alcott

The dear, sweet March sisters are back, and Marmee has told them to be good little women. Good little vampire women, that is. That’s right: Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy have grown up since you last read their tale, and now they have (much) longer lives and (much) more ravenous appetites.
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The Storm Guardians by Stephen Zimmer

Storms break out across the world and the realms beyond, as the Convergence seeks to advance its worldwide agenda, and Diabolos unleashes great powers from the depths of the Abyss.

The Fallen Avatar Beleth’s legions pour across the boundaries of Purgatarion, even as the Night Hunt is loosed once again in the modern world. Dagian readies for a monumental unveiling of Babylon Technology’s greatest invention — a technology that holds grave implications for every living person on the face of the world.
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Dream Lovers of Gargoyle Castle by Sally Painter

As if renovating a crumbling castle is not enough, Tessa and Amy have to contend with two gargoyle statues that just will not stay in one place.

But the dreams at night are erotic bliss. Convinced the dreamy, orgasmic encounters with the sexiest bit of tall, dark and delicious to ever utter a Scottish brogue are a product of her sex-starved waking hours, Tessa is shocked to discover that Amy has her own nocturnal visitor. But as Halloween draws near, a time when all things are possible, Tessa discovers that what goes bump in the night is not necessarily all in her dreams.
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Dark Dichotomy by Aubrey Ross

Dark Dichotomy: Misbehaving

The Burton brothers’ secrecy has kept Napa Valley gossiping for generations. Now a vision reveals an enemy lurking in the shadows, waiting to destroy them all. A soul bonding is the only way to ensure Kendra’s safety, but first she must accept the complexity of their nature and learn to revel in the pleasures awaiting her as the mate of a Dichotomy. Read More »