Posts Tagged: mermaids

Release Day Review: The Texas Shifter’s Mate, by Karen Whiddon

Release Day Review: The Texas Shifter’s Mate, by Karen Whiddon

January 1, 2018 Review 2

With so much focus on the underwater characters, it’s disappointing that THE TEXAS SHIFTER’S MATE didn’t try to capitalize on the originality of its premise. This book should have had the word mermaid in the title. Zach and Shayla are torn between land and sea for most of the book, which makes their HEA that much more satisfying.

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Review: Sailor Twain by Mark Siegel

Review: Sailor Twain by Mark Siegel

April 18, 2014 Review 0

SAILOR TWAIN is a sensuous experience, from the rough paper petting the finger tips to the soft, blurred images seducing the reader into it’s world. After the first, mysterious chapter, it was Captain Twain himself that was my anchor. Solid, loyal, hardworking… and so obviously drifting closer and closer to a maelstrom of seduction and magic.

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Interview & Giveaway: MaryJanice Davidson on Villains ‘n Stuff & win UNDEAD AND UNDERWATER

Interview & Giveaway: MaryJanice Davidson on Villains ‘n Stuff & win UNDEAD AND UNDERWATER

March 11, 2013 Giveaways, Guests 36

We are excited to have MaryJanice Davidson stop by on her blog tour for her newest collection of stories in UNDEAD AND UNDERWATER  out now from Berkley. During this interview we talk about villains ‘n stuff and learn a little bit more about MaryJanice. Along with this very entertaining interview there is a giveaway for a copy of UNDEAD AND UNDERWATER!   The villains in the Undead and Underwater anthology are of the cackling, maniacal variety that the protagonist hardly finds intimidating. Is there a reason for that? Do you know anyone like that in real life? I think we… Read more »

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Review: RIVER ROAD (Sentinels of New Orleans #2) by Suzanne Johnson

Review: RIVER ROAD (Sentinels of New Orleans #2) by Suzanne Johnson

February 17, 2013 Review 5

I love a good twisty supernatural mystery and RIVER ROAD delivers exactly that. Having two mysteries was even more exciting. I thought I’d have a hard time keeping track of everything but RIVER ROAD does a good job at weaving the two mysteries into a whole cohesive, riveting story in a setting that can’t be beat.

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Review: Fathom by Merrie Destefano

Review: Fathom by Merrie Destefano

October 14, 2012 Review 0

FATHOM reads like swimming in the surf. One minute I was paddling in the shallows, interested but not committed, the next I was taken by the current, swept away and unable to surface for anything less than the end.

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Early 5bat! Review: Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson

Early 5bat! Review: Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson

July 2, 2012 Review 2

I finished TIGER LILY with a gasp a goosebumps, head over heels in love with the characters and world that Anderson created. I was hesitant to start it, Tiger Lily was always a character that fired my imagination, but even my childhood daydreams couldn’t quite fit her happily ever after into the myth. In TIGER LILY, Jodi Lynn Anderson has given me the Peter Pan story I’ve always dreamed of, gorgeously written, intimate, and inspired.

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