A second chance to say ‘don’t let me go’. Charlie’s Doctor is the first full-length novel in the Shadow Elite mercenary series and features stubborn men with poor communication skills, second chances, meddling brothers, explosions, and love on the run in Argentina.
Cameron wants to make it clear that he did not go into the festival to find a dragon mate. Germany is supposed to be an escape. With a new mechanical engineering degree, a new job looming, and a whole life planned out that isn’t his, Germany seems like the best place to find himself. So … Continue reading Origin | A.J. Sherwood, Jocelynn Drake
Title: Dead Until DarkSeries: Sookie Stackhouse book 1Author: Charlaine HarrisGenre(s): Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Supernatural, Horror, Fantasy, MysteryPage count: 292 pagesPublished: 1 May 2001 My review | Book | Audiobook Title: One Of Us Is LyingAuthor: Karen M. McManusGenre(s): Young Adult, Mystery, Thriller, Crime, FictionPage count: 360 pagesPublished: 30 May 2017 My review | Book … Continue reading October readings | Dragons, Mysteries and Dead Things
Title: Just FriendsSeries: Never Just Friends #1Author: Saxon JamesGenre(s): Contemporary, Romance, MMPage count: 259 pages (ebook)Published: 27 August 2020 My review (Soon) | Book | Audiobook Title: CruisingEditor: Shane AllisonGenre(s): Short Stories, Erotica, LGBTPage count: 232 pagesPublished: 17 April 2012 My review | Book Title: Familiar BeginningsSeries: Demon MagicAuthor: Alice WintersGenre(s): Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, RomancePage … Continue reading June reads | Sizzling Short Stories, Paranormal Romances, Mercenaries and Hockey
It feels like I re-read / listened to more old books I love than new ones, but I still knocked quite a few from my ever-growing list. Title: A Way with WordsSeries: Memories with The Breakfast ClubAuthor: Lane HayesGenre(s): Comtemporary, Romance (M/M)Page count: 191 (ebook)Published: 20 June 2017 My review | Get it here Title: … Continue reading July readings | Contemporary (Young) Love with a Paranormal Twist and Military Bend
A review of Jocelynn Drake’s new vampire series “Claiming Marcus” from the Lords of Discords
This March, I opened my eyes to world we live in by learning a few things about suspicious people - Catch and Kill. I took a breather in Texas - A Spruce Texas Romance - after having met some weird shifters - Urban Wolves. I've also skatted through a series - Him - while starting … Continue reading March readings | Sport, Magic and Lies