Review: Blaze of Memory by Nalini Singh

Check out on Goodreads | Shop on Amazon Genre: Paranormal Romance | Urban Fantasy | Shifter Series: Psy-Changeling #7 Read Count: 2 My Rating: 4 stars!  Description: A woman without a past becomes the pawn of the man who controls her future… Dev Santos discovers her unconscious and battered, with no memory of who she is. All she knows is that … More Review: Blaze of Memory by Nalini Singh

Review: Code of Honor by April White

Although it’s a romantic suspense novel, it also had a kind of cozy mystery vibe, which I totally dug! It follows Anna, a bounty hunter and the awkward twin sister who hatches a plan to steal back a painting that was stolen from her mom long ago. The plan goes off without a hitch, except for the security expert who suspects it’s her, but just can’t prove it. And he’s also her lover … More Review: Code of Honor by April White

Review: Bone Crossed by Mercy Thompson

There was a distinct lack of action in this one, compared to the other Mercy Thompson books. But, I think Briggs did us (and Mercy) a favor in that. After the events in Iron Kissed and the cliffhanger that it left us on. After what happened in that book, not only did Mercy need a break, but we needed it, and we got to see Mercy grow in this one … More Review: Bone Crossed by Mercy Thompson

Review: Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

Mercy is one of my favorite heroines in urban fantasy, because she’s strong, together, sensible and totally, fiercely independent. Not only that, but she’s a fighter, and she’ll fight anything that walks. It may not always be to their face, but it may be subtle, Mercy-style. Which made the events in this book all the more heartbreaking, as we saw Mercy break, due to events out of her control, … More Review: Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

Review: Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs

Check out on Goodreads | Shop on Amazon Genre: Urban Fantasy | Shifters | Paranormal Series: Mercy Thompson #2 Read Count: 3 times :) My Rating: 4 stars! Description: Under the rule of science, there are no witch burnings allowed, no water trials or public lynchings. In return, the average law-abiding, solid citizen has little to worry about from the … More Review: Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs

Review: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

The Mercy Thompson series is such a big hit with me because it effortlessly weaves together all the worlds of the paranormal and supernatural into an Urban Fantasy read. There’s fey, shifters, vampires, along with ghosts, witches and skin walkers. The fluid sense of storytelling is what has it sitting up there with other big-name urban fantasy reads … More Review: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

Review: The Gamble by Kristen Ashley

I’ve reread this book so many times I’ve lost count. This, this right here, is the book that got me into reading romance waaaay back in sixth grade. It’s no secret that I adore Kristen Ashley books. She will always have a special place in my heart, because she sent me down this road, and I’ve spent the last seven-plus years since rereading her backlist and early awaiting new releases. I reread so many of her books … More Review: The Gamble by Kristen Ashley

Review: Branded by Fire by Nalini Singh

Mercy’s one of my favorites in this series, because she’s so under appreciated. She’s strong and steady as a rock, and when anyone needs her, she’s there. No questions, no thoughts about herself in the process. She’s also a complete badass, which is always awesome to read about 🥰 I may need to add her to my fierce females list… But the best part about Mercy is she isn’t afraid of her feminine side … More Review: Branded by Fire by Nalini Singh

Review: Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

It’s one thing to learn to curtsy properly. It’s quite another to learn to curtsy and throw a knife at the same time. Welcome to Finishing School. At Mademoiselle Geraldine’s, young ladies learn to finish…everything. Certainly, they learn the fine arts of dance, dress, and etiquette, but they also learn to deal out death, diversion, and espionage–in the politest possible ways, of course … More Review: Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger