In My Mailbox (1) / Mailbox Monday (8)

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. (Library books don’t count, but eBooks … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Behind Green Glass by Amanda Von Hoffmann

Title: Behind Green Glass Author: Amanda Von Hoffmann Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Faeries Review copy provided by the author. Visit the author's … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Darklands: A Vampire’s Tale by Donna Burgess

Title: Darklands: A Vampire's Tale Author: Donna Burgess Genre: Horror, Supernatural Rating: 4 stars Halloween night, twenty years ago, … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Rogue Oracle by Alayna Williams

Title: Rogue Oracle Author: Alayna Williams Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy Rating: 4,5 stars The more you know about the future, … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

Title: Paranormalcy Author: Kiersten White Genre: Paranormal, Supernatural, Young Adult Rating: 4,5 stars Evie’s always thought of herself … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Claiming The Evil Dead by Mary Abshire

Title: Claming The Evil Dead Author: Mary Abshire Genre: Paranormal Romance, Adult, Vampires, Demons, Erotic Romance Rating: 3,5 stars Review copy … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Dead Man’s Eye by Shaun Jeffrey

Title: Dead Man's Eye Author: Shaun Jeffrey Genre: Horror, Supernatural, Thriller Rating: 3 stars Review copy provided by the author. Visit the … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur

Title: Full Moon Rising (Riley Jenson Guardian Series #1) Author: Kerri Arthur Genre: Paranormal, Vampires, Werewolves, Adult Rating: 3 … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Possession is Nine Tenths: Ardeur by Danielle Gavan

Title: Possession is Nine Tenths: Ardeur Author: Danielle Gavan Genre: Adult Romance, Paranormal Romance Rating: 4 stars Review copy provided by … [Continue reading]

Book Review: Fallen by Lauren Kate

Title: Fallen Author: Lauren Kate Genre: Paranormal Romance, Young Adult Rating: 4 stars There’s something achingly familiar about Daniel … [Continue reading]