Showing posts from February, 2024

Wholly Molley! Snatch this one up on April 23rd

I’m a sucker for a bad boy and Silas is the man of my dreams. Blood thirsty, possessive, and just the right amount of dirty. The chemistry between Nika and Silas is incinerating. I was hooked on the plot right away.  This was a new kind of story line for Dark Fey and I really liked Nika’s power (I don’t want to give it away). I read this in one sitting because it was action packed and I just had to know what happens next. This book is chocked full of soul collection, shape shifters and magic you have never seen; AND of course, a love that will make you swoon. I can’t wait for the next book…. Goodreads:

Game of Love and Betrayal- Out March 7th

  The Choosing is a fabulous fay version of the Bachelor, but with lots of treachery, passion, and way better than anything humans could imagine.   I so enjoyed reading this book. Brynleigh is a vampire out for revenge.   From the moment she is made, she trained with hate in her heart as an assassin to bring down her parents’ killer.   Revenge is her sole motivation.   But when she finally gets her change by being selected to participate in the Choosing, she soon learns that maybe things aren’t always what they seem.   Get in, kill Ryker, and get out right?   Except she never expected to fall in love with her parents’ killer.   Ryker agreed to the Choosing to fulfill his duty.   He never bargained on falling head over heals for the vampire beauty. His world is turned upside down when civil unrest threatens to tear down his perfectly orderly world. He never imagines that the Choosing will be his undoing… or will it be Brynleigh’s? Good reads:

Releasing February 8th- My favorite Opposites Attract couple.

  My favorite Opposites Attract couple.   Swoony computer hacker meets holistic yogi goddess! It is devilishly delightful watching Freya torture Roe before she brings him to his knees. Fate plays a cruel trick, and they are forced to share rent on a house in Puffin Bay.   Roe is annoyed with the gorgeous newcomer to Puffin Bay with her smelly potions and cheery personality.   Freya on the other hand has never met such a grump.   But, as time goes by, each seems to get less and less annoying. What I loved about this the most is while it kept me unable to put it down, there was not explosive drama or cataclysmic events.   It was so good, and relatable and real.   I love the series and I love Roe and Freya.   I cannot wait for more. Good reads: Bookbub: