Supernatural beings can present as human but have extra powers or abilities. These include Vampires, Shapeshifters, Werewolves

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries is an adorable supernatural romance novelette that’s sure to make you smile. Frannie is a library school student who also happens to be a low-powered fae. When she stops in at a pharmacy to get some Sudafed, Frannie crushes hard on the cashier who’s a shifter named Shirl, and she comes back every day until she musters the courage to ask Shirl out on

This Time by SW Andersen

This Time by S.W. Andersen is a paranormal romance that will saturate your soul with the deepest longing and just when you feel you will surely break from yearning, it will fill your heart with the profoundest and purest love. Infused with aspects of Native mysticism surrounding souls and dreamscapes, this book is an emotional exploration of the perpetuity of love that neither the constructs of time nor space can

Hunger for You by Jenny Frame: Audiobook Review

Hunger for You by Jenny Frame is the first book in a new super sexy paranormal romance series. We want to get that out of the way because we had no idea going into it and were quite surprised when the book ended when it did. (Technically it’s the second since we met the characters in Dapper, but we will get to that – Sheena) Amelia Honey designs suits at

Demon In The Machine by Lise MacTague: Book Review 

Demon In The Machine by Lise MacTague is an exquisite steampunk and paranormal mashup permeated with action, mystery and romance! This book had my heart thundering in my chest on so many levels! It’s late Victorian London amidst the apex of the industrial revolution and the horseless carriage is the latest technological rage to hit the city. Briar, half human and half succubus, is plagued with intense feelings of dread surrounding

Cinnamon Blade, Knife In Shining Armor by Shira Glassman: Book Review

Cinnamon Blade, Knife In Shining Armor by Shira Glassman is a short story. Reading it is like being dropped into the honeymoon phase of a relationship of a crime fighting superhero and an adorable nerd who definitely belong together. Cinnamon Blade, a thief turned superhero, has been waiting for the right moment to ask Soledad out. She does not want Soledad to think she owes her just because she has

Second Nature by Jae

Second Nature by Jae had me wrapped up in its pages like a birthday present on Christmas morning (completely wrapped up). Jorie Price has moved to Michigan. An escape from her everyday life in hopes that the move will allow her to finally finish the novel she has been working on. Generally Jorie writes paranormal hetero romance but this novel is different in two ways. One, this novel is lesbian

Terrible Praise by Lara Hayes

I picked up Terrible Praise by Lara Hayes to skim while trying to decide which book I wanted to read next. It was like looking into the eyes of a vampire. I was ensnared and hypnotized before I knew it. I had been trapped and quickly fell prey. Stella has lived hundreds of years by Fane, her maker’s, side. For centuries she has carried out his wishes and vanquished those who

Demons Shemons by KB Draper

Demons Shemons by KB Draper had more highlighted passages in it than not when I was through with it. Picking ONLY three tweetable quotes (that’s all that Sheena allows) was the hardest thing I ever had to do in my whole little lesbian life. Addison Jo Mattox has been thrust into the demon hunting world ever since her not so graceful interruption of a sacred Choktaw Indian ceremony of the

True Nature by Jae

True Nature by Jae is the second story in the “Nature” Series.  Personally, I liked this story better than Second Nature. While both have amazing characters and take us into the hidden world of shape-shifters, True Nature expands on certain themes that humans, and other creatures, can relate to. So even if you’re not the biggest fan of supernatural stories, this one will draw you in with its emphasis on

Romancing the Inventor by Gail Carriger

Romancing The Inventor by Gail Carriger is a story I’ve yearned to see for a long time, and I’m glad Carriger delivered! I’m a big fan of Carriger’s other works, having devoured the books in her Parasol Protectorate series at an alarming rate. Those books are about as perfect as they come, except for one tiny little flaw, in that my favorite secondary character never got any action. That’s right,