In A Wolf After My Own Heart by Mary Janice Davidson, shifter Oz Adway has gone from being an accountant to the equivalent of a shifter social worker for the Interspecies Placement Agency. While tracking down a recently orphaned bear cub named Sally, he meets human Lila Kai, who had […]
Intended for Bristol by L.P. Dover: After a fair few public indiscretions and not so good behavior with his teammates, Jaxon is the most hated member of his team, and perhaps the whole NFL, but he won’t let that get him down, not when he’s the best kicker around. And when […]
The Reluctant Rancher by Leigh Riker: I tried very diligently to get into this story. The description sounded like one that would be a beautiful story. Unfortunately, the writing style felt rough, and I had a hard time getting “attached” to the characters.
Can’t Help Falling, by Kara Isaac: This romance, “Can’t Help Falling”, tells the story of Peter and Emelia, who meet in England while on separate quests: Emelia is looking for a special wardrobe, and Peter for an antique tea cup. Both Peter and Emelia are avid C.S. Lewis fans, particularly of […]
Untamed by S.C. Stephens: With a burning desire for the spotlight, Griffin will do anything he can to convince his bandmates he deserves center stage. Five minutes is all he asks, but when they refuse to give him even that, Griffin might need to take some drastic steps. With Anna, his […]
The Man Curse by Raqiyah Mays: With a family of women cursed to never find a man, Meena refuses to fall in line. She still believes love is out there and she will find it for herself. She just has to get past all the frogs, first.