Review: Prisoner by Annika Martin and Skye Warren


Prisoner by Annika Martin and Skye Warren Released: October 23, 2014 Dark Contemporary Romance Self Published Reviewed by Mandi They say there are two types of fear – the kind that has you running far, far away, and the kind that shakes you so deeply that you can’t look away. For me, Grayson is the […]

Review: A Little Christmas Jingle by Michele Dunaway

christmas jinble

A Little Christmas Jingle by Michele Dunaway Released: October 7, 2014 Contemporary Romance St. Martin’s Reviewed by May  Kat Saunders doesn’t believe in miracles—though she sure could use one. She’s devoted to her veterinarian business, and all she wants for Christmas is for her practice to include a no-kill shelter. But amidst all the holiday […]

Tori’s October Mini Reviews


Sometimes life gets in the way or if you’re like me…you haven’t the ability to say no to books. Because of these burning world issues, I like to write some mini reviews for books I read that affected me in some form or fashion but weren’t able to be posted on the blog.   A […]

Review: Rowdy by Jay Crownover


Rowdy (Marked Men, #5) by Jay Crownover Romance Contemporary E book, 400 pages October 21, 2014 William Morrow Reviewed by Tori Favorite Quote: “I never forgot you, Rowdy. I always took you with me wherever I ended up.” Rowdy St. James’s childhood left a lot to be desired with an absentee father and murdered mother. […]

Review: Broken Soul by Faith Hunter


Broken Soul (Jane Yellowrock, #8) by Faith Hunter Urban Fantasy Paperback, 336 pages October 7, 2014 Roc Reviewed by Tori Favorite Quote: Stupid men. Trouble is coming to New Orleans in the form of the European Mithran Delegate. Jane’s employer, head master vampire of the southern region, Leo Pellister, has asked her to upgrade his […]

Review: If He’s Daring by Hannah Howell


If He’s Daring by (Wherlocke, #6) Hannah Howell Historical Romance/Paranormal October 7, 2014 Harlequin, MIRA Reviewed by Tori Favorite Quote: Cursing softly, he finally admitted to himself that he wanted to be her hero. Sir Orion Wherlocke has spent most of his adult life avoiding commitment and marriage. A confirmed bachelor, his childhood and various […]

Review: Christmas Brides Anthology


Christmas Brides by Suzanne Enoch, Alexandra Hawkins, Elizabeth Essex, and Valerie Bowman Released: September 30, 2014 Historical Romance St. Martin’s Reviewed by May This quartet is more a collection of stories about quick romances that happen around Christmas than it is about the holiday season. So if you like whirlwind historical romances but not holiday themed […]

Review: Darling Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt


Darling Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt (Maiden Lane #7) Historical Romance Released: October 14, 2014 Grand Central Reviewed by Mandi For those who like this series but are getting tired of the Ghost of St. Giles plot, this book is a refreshing change. I loved the Ghost of St. Giles when he was first introduced but […]

Review: Alex by Sawyer Bennett


Alex by Sawyer Bennett (Cold Fury #1) Released: October 14, 2014 Contemporary Romance Loveswept Reviewed by Mandi If the idea of a super grumpy, jerky (yet redeemable) hockey hero excites you, than Alex Crossman is the hero and the book for you. Alex is a star professional hockey player for the Cold Fury, except – […]

Review: Merciless Ride by Chelsea Camaron


Merciless Ride (The Hellions Ride, #3) by  Chelsea Camaron Romance Suspense/MC E book October 10, 2014 Self Published Reviewed by Tori Favorite Quote:“Mercy is no friend of mine.” Tessa Harlow can’t seem to catch a break. Working a dead-end job with a small child and disabled mother to support, she feels like she’s one step […]