Shade’s Fall by Jamie Begley

There are a few books that I can 100% claim changed my life, and Shade's Fall by Jamie Begley has definitely done that. When I was first going through Begley's Last Rider's series I knew that Shade's Fall was going to be special but I didn't expect to find pieces of myself within the story.... Continue Reading →

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Reaper’s Fire by Joanna Wylde

Seeing as I couldn't remember which story I left off with Joanna Wylde's MC series I sort of had to dive into Reaper's Fire without any guides and helpers. Also, at the time I began Reaper's Fire I was attempting to do a series re-read but stopped when it came to Liam's story (I wasn't... Continue Reading →

The Golden Bell by Autumn Dawn

Out of all the stories in Autumn Dawn's Darkland series I most remember The Golden Bell.  It wasn't really the romance but the mystery that captivated my attention with this story. We had been reading about Fallon since book one, The Charmer, so it felt really good to be able to have his story laid out... Continue Reading →

Jagged by Kristen Ashley

I believe that Jagged by Kristen Ashley is the most underrated story in her Colorado Mountain series! Seriously, Jagged might not have had the mystery and suspense that seemed to be embedded in the make up of the previous stories in Ashley's Colorado Mountain series, but the authentic angst and once in a lifetime love... Continue Reading →

Scent of Danger by Autumn Dawn

Scent of Danger by Autumn Dawn wasn't my favorite out of Dawn's Darklands series, and it wasn't entirely Mathin's fault. With a combination of only having a brief introduction of Mathin's character in The Charmer, and not really caring for Andrea's attitude when it came to anything new and different in her life, I wasn't really... Continue Reading →

Third Grave Dead Ahead by Darynda Jones

Beginning Third Grave Dead Ahead I almost reached my tolerance level towards the Charlie and Reyes back-and-forth, not-really-a-relationship dance. I was so close to saying heck with this series because these two were working my nerves something fierce! But the duo that is Charlie and Cookie are what saved Third Grave Dead Ahead and this... Continue Reading →

Breathe by Kristen Ashley

During the Colorado Mountain series re-read I was hesitant to dive into Breathe because I had somehow convinced myself that I didn’t like this installment as much as its predecessors. So color me confused when as I was reading Breathe that I found myself devouring its entirety as if I had never read it before;... Continue Reading →

Grim by M.K. Eidem

The purchase of Grim by M.K. Eidem was somewhat of a journey. I guess I was in the mood for a science fiction romance and Grim seemed to fit the bill. It really didn't matter what the reviews were saying because the synopsis was too interesting and unique that I couldn't pass it up. Now... Continue Reading →

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