Thank you to Netgalley and Wayfarer for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Once Ghosted Twice Shy (Ghosted Cozy Mysteries 1) by Jessica ArdenRelease Date: September 14th 2021Tags: Paranormal Romance | Urban Fantasy | Locked Room Mystery | Detective | Seeing Ghosts |… Continue reading Once Ghosted Twice Shy | ARC Review
Thank you to Juliette Cross and Netgally for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Witches Get Stitches (Stay a Spell 3) by Juliette Cross Release Date: July 20th 2021Tags: Adult | Fantasy | Paranormal Romance | Shapeshifters | Werewolves | Vampires | Witches… Continue reading Witches Get Stitches | Book 3 of Stay a Spell | ARC Review
Don’t Hex and Drive is the second book in the series Stay A Spell in which we follow each sister as they find romance. Here we follow Isadore and the sexy vampire Devraj.
Does the ending of The Graveyard Queen series live up to it?
There were various reasons that got me excited about this anthology, not the least of all the female voices that told the stories. Was this anthology all I wanted it to be? Probably not. But that doesn’t change the fact that this is still a good anthology that will hit home with a lot of… Continue reading Four Reasons to Pick Up Toil & Trouble
Reaping Havoc is a M/M romance with grim reapers.
After finishing Bones and Bourbon I immediately went to see what else NineStar Press had because my curiosity was certainly piqued. I found this anthology that focuses on lesbian/bisexual paranormal short stories. This of course interested me as I don’t often get the chance to read fantasy and paranormal with lesbian or bisexual characters. We… Continue reading Five Reasons to Read Anthology Into The Mystic (Volume 3)
Books about the Fae are always interesting, especially when the author decides to take it a different way. The author of Halayda certainly did. However that was one of the few things it had going for it I felt.
Taproot is a graphic novel that focuses on the relationship between Hamal and Blue. Blue is a ghost that is an inbetweener, meaning he hasn’t moved on yet. Hamal is alive but he can see ghosts and over time they have stricken up a friendship.
Series that leave you conflicted can be rather annoying…