Book Review: Redeemed (Soulmates #3) by Liv Rancourt

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Soulmates series: Soulmates (#1) Tested (#2) If books 1 and 2 in this series focus on conflicts that affect David and Connor, the biggest plot element for book 3 surrounds Trajan. Things have been tense with his vampire maker since the very beginning of these stories, but Betancourt’sContinue reading “Book Review: Redeemed (Soulmates #3) by Liv Rancourt”

Book Review: Warwick (Rebel Sky Ranch #4) by Kelly Fox

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Rebel Sky Ranch series: Goodnight (#1) Sparrow (#2) Navarro (#3) If you’ve read this far in the Rebel Sky Ranch series (which you should, because all the books are fantastic), you should know by now that you’re not getting out of here without shedding a fewContinue reading “Book Review: Warwick (Rebel Sky Ranch #4) by Kelly Fox”

Book Review: Summer of the Wanderer (Seasons of the Lukoi #3) by Iris Foxglove

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Seasons of the Lukoi series: Winter of the Owl (#1) Spring of the Wolf (#2) I know that I say this in each review, but this series keeps getting better with every installment. In this book, we leave Lukos and venture to yet another new countryContinue reading “Book Review: Summer of the Wanderer (Seasons of the Lukoi #3) by Iris Foxglove”

Book Review: Sherwood by Sierra Simone

At the time this blog post is published, this novella is available for free. Simone’s New Camelot series wrecked me as a reader in all the best ways, often leaving me in tears and leading to some virtual flailing at a fellow fan via text. The journey was worth every bit of the angst, andContinue reading “Book Review: Sherwood by Sierra Simone”

Book Review: Doll Parts (The Game #4) by Cara Dee

Read my reviews of the previous books in The Game series: Top Priority (#1) Their Boy (#2) Breathless (#3) This book is a very different type of story from the previous installments in this series, but it definitely follows the same theme Dee laid out from the very beginning. Love and kink can be completelyContinue reading “Book Review: Doll Parts (The Game #4) by Cara Dee”

Book Review: Devil’s Dance (Rebel Kings MC #1) by Garrett Leigh

Is it possible for a motorcycle club (MC) president to be a cinnamon roll? If Cam had been born into any other life, he absolutely would be. Even the sharp edges he does have due to his position are there more for automatic defense than because he has any desire to be a villain. IContinue reading “Book Review: Devil’s Dance (Rebel Kings MC #1) by Garrett Leigh”

Book Review: Mountain Topped by K.M. Neuhold & Mia Monroe

Sometimes there’s a limit to how many genre tropes you can cram into one book. However, there’s a difference between “too many” and “just enough combined in the right way.” Neuhold and Monroe strike the perfect balance in this book with three unique and compelling characters who also balance each other in the best way.Continue reading “Book Review: Mountain Topped by K.M. Neuhold & Mia Monroe”

Book Review: Stable Hill by Jodi Payne

I have a soft spot for poly romances. I may joke that it’s because you get multiple relationships in one book for the same low price. However, it’s mostly because what I love about romance stories is the different ways people interact and connect. This book, in particular, intertwines three men from different walks ofContinue reading “Book Review: Stable Hill by Jodi Payne”

Book Review: Baal’s Heart Series by Bey Deckard

This post includes reviews of the books in the Baal’s Heart Series: Caged (#1) Sacrificed (#2) Fated (#3) Careened (#3.5) Caged: Love and Treachery on the High Seas (Baal’s Heart #1) I’ve never read a pirate romance before, and Deckard sets a high bar for any I read in the future. Outside of the engrossingContinue reading “Book Review: Baal’s Heart Series by Bey Deckard”

Book Review: A Mage’s Guide to Human Familiars (R’iyah Family Archives #1) by A.J. Sherwood

American readers of a certain age probably got a strange hit of nostalgia while reading this delightful queer paranormal romance novel. The ways Sherwood presents the mage/familiar bond and how Bel interacts with both Nico and Garen gave me lovely echoes of the television show Sentinel; however, this book is not fanfic with the serialContinue reading “Book Review: A Mage’s Guide to Human Familiars (R’iyah Family Archives #1) by A.J. Sherwood”