Paranormal Obsessions by Bonnie Edwards, Calinda B, Dariel Raye, Denise Moncrief, J.A. Belfield, Jade Kerrion, Keri Lake, Michelle Howard, Stacy Eaton Published by Indie on September 14, 2015 Genres: Contemp Romance, Dark Romantic Suspense, PNR, Romance, Sci-Fi Source: Advance Reader Copy, Courtesy review copy Buy at Amazon • Buy at Barnes & Noble • Goodreads Love your romances HOT? Love your romances PARANORMAL? Then grab PARANORMAL OBSESSIONS today! This fabulous box set includes shapeshifters, ghosts, vampires and werewolves (even a Nephilim or two). Direct to you from U.S. and International multi-published bestselling authors. NINE amazing stories to seduce, amuse...Read More
by HR Knight Published by Indie Genres: Dark Romantic Suspense, Rom-Suspense, Thriller BOOK INFORMATION TITLE – What Rough Beast AUTHOR – H. R. Knight GENRE – Paranormal Mystery PUBLICATION DATE – 9/8/14 LENGTH (Pages/# Words) – 320pp/109,000 words PUBLISHER – H. R. Knight COVER ARTIST – Rebecca Poole BOOK SYNOPSIS Harry Houdini asks Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to help him expose Maximillian Cairo—a spiritualist medium. But the two men underestimate Cairo. He’s a master of the occult and the most debauched man in London. Conan Doyle and Houdini get more than they bargained for when they interrupt...Read More
by Susan Squires Series: Published by Indie Genres: PNR Source: author What you might find in the hero’s bedroom: Kemble Tremaine’s bedroom is a little austere. He’s thirty-seven, the oldest child his brothers call the Prince of Wales. While the family’s house as a whole is a historic hacienda called the Breakers that sits on the bluff overlooking the Pacific, Kemble’s room doesn’t partake of the Spanish ambiance. The bedspread is brown and red and rust geometric squares, the bed severe, with no headboard. He has heavy drapes at the windows to darken the room and cut out the view around the Santa Monica bay to Malibu when he wants to concentrate. At the desk is a kick-ass computer and associated technical paraphernalia because Kemble is never without a computer or a tablet. His very tidy closet contains many similar suits and sport jackets and rows of similar shoes. He wears a shirt and tie to his work at Tremaine Enterprises even though they work in the office wing of the house. The closet also contains jeans and slightly more casual shirts for those rare days he takes off. His bathroom had condoms leftover from his wild days, but he hasn’t used them recently so he doesn’t know that his sister, Kee, stole some of his supply. Kee also supplied the artwork on the walls. The paintings are from...Read More
by Susan Squires Series: Published by Indie Genres: PNR It’s A Brand New Cover For: BOOK INFORMATION TITLE – Do You Believe In Magic SERIES – The Magic Series AUTHOR – Susan Squires GENRE – Contemporary PNR PUBLICATION DATE – April 7, 2012 LENGTH (Pages/# Words) – 302 PUBLISHER – Indie BOOK SYNOPSIS Tristram Tremaine has never fit in with his large and boisterous family. They believe they carry a magic gene that comes alive only when they fall in love with another who carries that gene. After disappointing his parents one too many times, Tris, the bad-boy brother, hits the road on his cycle, drifting away from his destiny. That is, until he meets Maggie O’Brian, a spit-fire rodeo rider with a strange ability to calm wild horses. Maggie lives on the road too, avoiding relationships. Her mother left her, the boy she loved left her, even her dog left her. The last thing she wants in a man is a tomcat with “love ‘em and leave ‘em” written all over him. But the connection between Tris and Maggie is instantaneous. After a mysterious accident nearly kills Tris, he and Maggie must learn to believe in their destiny and each other to stay one step ahead of those who will do anything to prevent them from claiming it. BUY & TBR LINKS AMAZON KINDLE US – AMAZON PAPERBACK...Read More
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Rating System Explanation
Five stars are like six-pack abs on a really tan, hunky guy not wearing much. They make us drool, we stroke them (the books, not the guys! - sometimes the guys...) and want to make sweet, sweet love to them. Five stars is the hottest, we mean, highest honor.
Four stars is a total hunkalicious of burning love, but maybe we didn't like his hair for some reason. We still think he's hot, and we're still going to recommend him, we mean, the book, to readers because it's a damn fine ass, we mean book.
Three stars = that awkward guy at the party. He's cute and you know he's cute, and if you look at him the right way, he even looks like Brad Pitt a little, but there are flaws. Surprisingly, he's good in bed (because you got drunk and shit happens).
Remember that - yeah we don't either.
One star is like expecting a somewhat attractive guy and being sent a Grumpy cat meme. We appreciate the effort, but no. This book was not for us. Grumpy cat might want to use it for litter though.