With A KISS BEFORE DOOMSDAY, the Dru Jasper series has quickly become one of the series I’m adding to my must-buy list. With its down-to-Earth heroine and the creative situations she finds herself in, A KISS BEFORE DOOMSDAY is super enjoyable and I can’t wait to read the next in the series.
With legitimately crazy bridezillas, amusing incident reports, and a dab of romance, HEROINE WORSHIP manages to follow in the footsteps of HEROINE COMPLEX nicely. Clever and entertaining, HEROINE WORSHIP is an excellent entry in the urban fantasy genre.
WAKING FOR WINTER is a ton of mixed-mythological fun, with heroes you can really care about and a city worth defending. From fairy-folk to necromancers, with a pass by every sort of witch imaginable, there is a lot of magic being thrown around Philadelphia.
A big welcome to Santino Hassell who is here counting down his Top 10 Paranormal Book Characters and celebrating the release of OVERSIGHT, The Community #2 (published on June 26, 2017 by Riptide Publishing). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Santino Hassell’s Top 10 Paranormal Book Characters To celebrate the release of OVERSIGHT, the second book in The Community—my paranormal romance trilogy about queer psychics—I want to talk about my top ten favorite paranormal book characters. There is a lot to choose from, so this took some serious evaluating and angst on my part. 10. Tony Foster Tony Foster from the Tanya… Read more »
Harlequin goes old school and Lora Leigh is going strong with Breeds #33, enjoy this week’s batch of new cover art.
The Alex Craft series one of my favorite urban fantasy book series. So much so that while the last book came out only last year, I felt like it was such a long wait for GRAVE RANSOM. The wait was worth it though!
In A FACE LIKE GLASS your face will freeze like that. Maybe it’ll be stuck in Face No. 456, Joyous Rapture at Excellent Characters, or Face No. 943, Unbridled Excitement for Plot Development. Either way, you’ll be smiling throughout. In the world of Caverna facial expressions have to be taught. The poor only know a few expressions (happy and dutiful) while the rich learn all the intricacies.
It’s the first day of the month which means it’s time to check out what we’re reading this month in: Want to know what titles came out in previous months? View previous Hot Off The Press posts —————————————– *Release dates are subject to change. Click ‘+ Description‘ to reveal the full description. Please visit our Titles Received For Review page to see which of these titles will be reviewed this month. 23 Adult Titles Releasing in July 9 YA Titles Releasing in July What are your must have titles for July? Tell us in the comments. Authors/Publishers: have a book coming out soon?… Read more »
The Federal Witch series has been on my list to read since it came out. It was on my reading list for a long time, and then it came out in audiobook form, so I got even more excited. I ended up purchasing each book as they came out on audio. I finally got caught up on what I’d been working through, so I decided to pick up the Federal Witch series. Instead of double checking, I downloaded the MAGICAL PROBI, assuming it was the first book. It wasn’t, but I still loved it and didn’t have any problem keeping up.
With a name like COLT HARPER – ESTEEMED VAMPIRE CAT, I figured the book was going to be completely horrible or absolutely amazing. So which one did it end up being? It was somewhere in the middle. I ended up loving the ESTEEMED VAMPIRE CAT, but it did take some time to get there.