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Book Review – A LOVE DIVIDED by Belle McInnes #HistoricalRomance #Romance

I took another of my occasional side trips into a genre I rarely read – in this case, historical romance. For me, the inevitable outcome of a romance novel is usually a bit of a dampener, but this one had enough intriguing hooks for me to want to give it a try – the Scottish […]

Book review: Desprite Measures by Deborah Jay (@DeborahJay2) #Fantasy #UrbanFantasy

Originally posted on K.J's Athenaeum:
Cassie, a water sprite, had been living alone within the lochs for centuries, but as man adapted and developed so too did their technology. Plumbing made things particularly tricky for an elemental who likes to stay in her water form. Eventually she surrendered and moved to land to…

What a lovely new #review of THE PRINCE’S MAN #fantasy #EpicFantasy

What a lovely surprise to find this wonderful new review of THE PRINCE’S MAN on Sally Cronin’s fabulous blog ‘Smorgasbord‘ . If you haven’t yet discovered Sally’s blog, take a look – the title really does describe it to a tee. 5.0 out of 5 stars Elves, Magic, and Spies–what a fast-moving tale By Jacqui Murray VINE VOICE on September 7, […]

You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS?

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
If not, why not? I don’t have time The author probably spent a heck of a lot more time writing the story than you took to read it, no matter how slow you think you are, so why not take a few minutes to record…

#BookReview – GATEWAY TO THE PAST (The Last Bucelarii #3) by Andy Peloquin #GrimDark #DarkFantasy

This book launched recently, as I announced on my blog here. I have now had a chance to read it, so here is my review… A faceless, nameless assassin. A forgotten past. The Hunter of Voramis–a killer devoid of morals, or something else altogether? (The Last Bucelarii–dark fantasy with a look at the underside of […]

#BookReview – SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS by Lizzie Lamb #romance #Scotland

This book for me was quite a departure from my usual genres. While I read the odd Mills and Boon long ago, with the idea of trying to write one (no, I didn’t), straight romance is not usually my thing. I picked this title up after seeing it as one of the prize winners in the RBRT […]

#BookReview – CHAMELEON by Zoe Kalo #YA #horror #supernatural

Genre: YA/Gothic/Ghost/Multicultural Word count: 55,000 Release date: February 2017 Blurb:  An isolated convent, a supernatural presence, a dark secret… 17-year-old Paloma only wanted to hold a séance to contact her dead father. She never thought she would be kicked out of school and end up in an isolated convent. Now, all she wants is to […]

#BookReview – Dun Lady’s Jess by Doranna Durgin – #fantasy #horses

  Book Review – Dun Lady’s Jess by Doranna Durgin   Dun Lady’s Jess by Doranna Durgin My rating: 3 of 5 stars I so wanted to love this book. All the ingredients for me were there – as a professional dressage rider it was a pleasure to read a book by someone with a […]

Love this #review of THE PRINCE’S MAN #fantasy #cliffhanger

I just HAD to share this latest review of THE PRINCE’S MAN So delighted with this reader’s words – and a reviewer with Amazon credibility badges no less! 4 stars  This is a good one! By  S. Harrison  TOP 1000 REVIEWER  VINE VOICE  on December 15, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase This is a very […]

Book #review – LAMENT OF THE FALLEN (The Last Bucelarii #2) by Andy Peloquin #DarkFantasy #GrimDark

I featured this novel on its release date, back in August, and I’d hoped to have my review out pretty soon after, but life got in the way big time, and I’m well overdue. However, it’s now done, and you can see it below. Blurb: The Hunter of Voramis is no more. Alone with the […]