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Immortally Ever After by Angie Fox

Immortally Ever After (Monster MASH) by Angie Fox Immortally Ever After, the terrific final installment in the highly entertaining MASH series, opens a few months after the final events of book two. The seemingly endless everlasting war between the old gods and the new continues, with conscripted humans and supernaturals being used by both sides. Petra, though sharing doctor duties and much more with her newly-returned ex, Marc, feels as though something is not quite right in their relationship, and she becomes a bit frantic when some of her colleagues let it slip about Marc’s plans. Read More »

Under His Nose by Candice Gilmer

Under His Nose (Guys and Godmothers) by Candice GilmerFairy godmother, Christy, is ready to retire. Three hundred and fifty years is a long career and she just wants to spend time with her loving husband. Her last job should be a breeze, if a bit unusual for her. Roarke Turner’s one true love is his childhood friend, Stephanie. However, Cupid seems to have taken an unnatural interest in Christy’s charge and Stephanie is not cooperating at all.

Spook House by Michael West

Spook House by Michael WestIn true horror story form, Spook House begins with a boy, a girl and a car in the woods.

Sheri Foster reluctantly waits behind while her boyfriend, Jeff, proves his manliness by going into the Fuller Farm. The Farm was home to Sam Fuller, who reportedly killed an entire family in the town of Harmony back in 1947. Legend says Fuller’s subsequent “accidental” death was a matter of karma and retribution. Since Old Man Fuller’s death, stories about the abandoned Fuller Farm grow each year, tempting man and boy alike to brave its horrors. Read More »

Foresight by Sherry D. Ficklin

On her graduation day from high school, Grace finds out the hard way that she is the daughter of the legendary Pandora, from the Greek myths—when a deadly and beautiful woman tries to kill her. She is saved in the nick of time by her Aunt Phoenix and a gorgeous young man, and then dragged on an impromptu road trip. It turns out that her guardian, Phoenix, is actually a centuries-old faerie, who has been entrusted with protecting Pandora since her mother died. Read More »

Dancing with the Devil by Cate Masters

Lily has the strangest twenty-first birthday. She meets two intriguing figures, Bodie and Zev, and then learns she has divine parentage. Her grandfather, Hades, and her grandmother, Persephone, have invited her to visit them in the Underworld. Lily might finally have a home and a real family, but Hades has more planned for her than a reunion –
like an arranged marraige to Zev, Hades’ up-and-coming CFO. Lily is not on board for this plan, mainly because she has fallen for Bodie, the heavenly counterpart to Zev, and Bodie will do everything he can to protect Lily.
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Cat Maiden by Myra Nour

Myra Nour begins her book with a question: what happens when the gods plays tricks on humans? The story is her answer.

Madria is happy with her life, but when change happens she adjusts as best she can. She knows where her control lies and enjoys using it when able. Antonius is a simple man content to live out his life as the farmer he is. When his life is turned upside down by the lovely Madria, he’s not quite sure why his fortune improved but is glad that it did. Read More »

Dirty Valkyrie by R.M. Sotera

Dirty Valkyrie is the third installment in the Dirty Series by R.M. Sotera. I highly suggest that you read the first two entries as it is not a stand alone novella.

Dirty Valkyrie starts with the wedding of Jett, a demon-slaying estranged son of Thor to Sophia, a human. His sister, Brandi, a demi-goddess Valkyrie is the Maid of Honor and her date to the wedding is Laurent, a Master Vampire ally of the twins. Laurent thought he was in love with Sophia, but realizes that what he thought was love pales in comparison to how he feels for the Valkyrie, Brandi. He sets out to seduce her and after initially denying her feelings, Brandi dives head-first into a relationship with Laurent. 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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Audio Review: Acheron by Sherrilyn Kenyon

I know every fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark Hunters series has read Acheron. It is one of the most emotional romance books that I have ever read. With that said, it is not just a romance. It is a gut-wrenching Greek Tragedy. It is a paranormal romance that will tear you apart and then many, many pages later allow you to pull yourself together. And it is the most pivotal book I have read in this or pretty much any series. You cannot read Acheron without a tear or several rolling down your cheek. You cannot listen to Holter Graham’s voice as he brings this story to life without bawling your eyes out and curling up in a ball trying to keep yourself from feeling Ash’s pain.
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A Job From Hell by Jayde Scott

Amber is hired as a housekeeper at a Scottish mansion for the summer. Unfortunately, she can neither cook, clean, nor keep house well at all. But that’s not too important because her boss has other reasons for keeping her around. Her reclusive, wealthy, and youthful employer, Aidan, has huge secrets, secrets that can get Amber killed. When she agrees to help her brother steal some jewels from the forest, she unwittingly becomes embroiled in an immortal race for a valuable prize and a war between vampires, shades, and other paranormal beings.
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Out for Blood by Kristen Painter

There are several narrators in the House of Comarré series, so I’m going to structure this review a bit differently than normal.

Mal and Chrysabelle: A good chunk of their story revolves around their feelings for each other and what that means for the cursed vampire and former comarré, or blood servant. The main mysteries in their lives revolve around the possible identity of Chrysabelle’s brother, the effects of melting down the ring of sorrows and using it to replace Chrysabelle’s signum, and the attempted retrieval of the vampire baby.

Doc and Fi: Fi is, obviously, still not happy with the “benefits” Doc received when he became pride leader. She makes a pretty bold stance to get back what she lost, and I have the feeling the repercussions are going to be severe.
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Mercury Rising by Daisy Harris

On a cruise ship, throw together Roman, Greek, Norse and Indian gods, stir in a few humans and one depressed Vampire, and you have a guaranteed recipe for a rollicking good time—on the deck, on a beach, on a table top, and occasionally under the sea. Unfortunately for Mercury the Messenger, he is in charge of security, and rollicking good times are exactly what he was trying to avoid during the “Deities International Conference and Kibitz, known affectionately as DICK”. Read More »

Blood Rights by Kristen Painter

Chrysabelle is a comarré, a human whose sole purpose is to please her vampire master — think a mixture of an ever-full refrigerator and a Geisha. Comarré are impossible to miss; their skin is tattooed with golden designs, identifying them better than any nametag could.

Chrysabelle is also a murderess. Or so the vampires think. Her patron was murdered and she’s the prime suspect. Instead of waiting around to be punished for a crime she didn’t commit, Chrysabelle runs to the only man who can help her: Malkolm, a vampire not only cursed to kill whomever he drinks from, but a vampire cursed with the joy of hearing the voices of said victims in his head.
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Witches of East End by Melissa de la Cruz

The beautiful Beauchamp women are more than they appear—much more. Witches forbidden to use their magic, they’ve managed to settle into as ordinary a life as possible in North Hampton. However, life happens, as it so often does, and little by little, these three witches begin to use their powers again… but what lies in store for them and their magic after all these centuries? They’re about to find out.
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Demons Like it Hot by Sydney Ayers

Matthias Ambrose is a demon mercenary whose life is forever altered when he is contracted by the Infernati to kidnap gifted chef and caterer Serah SanGermano. When he discovers how important she is to the safety of humanity, he saves her life and turns his back on his former life. That is easier said than done when the Fore-Demons assign him as Serah’s bodyguard to protect her from the Infernati, who are determined to find and kill her.
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Unbound Heart by Jane Atchley

Aimery Duncan has given up his pampered life on his family’s sugar cane plantation to serve in the Allied Kingdom’s army. Preferring anonymity, he is not happy when Captain Kree Fawr appoints him as Field Marshall, and neither are the officers he is now commanding. But, what the Captain wants, the Captain gets and he is smart enough to realize that Duncan has what it takes to win the war against the Descendants.
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Red Hood’s Revenge by Jim C. Hines

Red Hood's Revenge (PRINCESS NOVELS) by Jim C. HinesRumplestilzchen is up to his same old tricks when his accomplices show up at Danielle’s castle with an interesting new story. However, Danielle and her friends are not so easily fooled. Then a sudden turn of events brings the wolf (or is it Red Hood?) to her doorstep and Danielle becomes a prisoner in her own castle. The chase begins and Danielle, Talia and Snow end up in the faraway land that was once Sleeping Beauty’s home. Read More »

Scented Dreams by Jacqueline Turner Banks

Ian is a Dogon hunter with the Global Association of Non-Humans sent to the Chicago and Indiana area to investigate the disappearances of college students, which may involve vampires (Sangsue). A young human, Nesta, is hired to drive him around while he is in town, and is more connected to both him and his world than either of them knows or can begin to imagine.
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Solstice by P.J. Hoover

Piper has never known a world where seasons change and blistering heat is not the normal temperature. With the world in a global heat crisis, every day brings new challenges. In addition to the environmental challenges, Piper has major issues with her mother. Saying her mother is overprotective is like saying the sun is hot — smothering might be more accurate. When a customer of her mother’s greenhouse brings Piper a beautiful box for her birthday, the environment and her mother become the least of Piper’s problems.
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