Waking The Dreamer by K. Aten: Book Review

Waking The Dreamer by K. Aten WAS THE BEST! When I had finished I felt like I was in a trance like state. I was too sad and in a state of mourning when this book ended to even THINK about moving on to a new book. This was one of those books where when I wasn’t reading it my brain was trying to figure out which amazing TV show

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

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

Huntress by AE Radley

Huntress by AE Radley was great fun. I listened to this book for the first time via audiobook. It started out as a just throwing it on whenever I got into my car situation. Then it slowly started creeping into when I worked out, when I cleaned, soon I found myself just sitting on my bed staring at a wall listening to it because I just could not to stop.

The Crown Valencia by Catherine Friend

The Crown of Valencia by Catherine Friend is the artfully crafted sequel to her book The Spanish Pearl. Catherine Friend is fast becoming one of those authors you could just hand me one of her books without any preamble or reading the synopsis and I would just start reading. And with that I will leave you with this; My fellow readers, ever hear of the butterfly effect? The loose definition is

The Spanish Pearl by Catherine Friend

The Spanish Pearl by Catherine Friend was one of those books that I wished my first time could have been in paperback. I know for a fact that I will also be buying a physical copy of this book if only to have and to hold. Kate’s girlfriend Anna is HUGE on history, especially Spain’s history. During their trip to Spain Kate gets herself sucked back in time, back to

The Fiend Queen by Barbara Ann Wright

The Fiend Queen by Barbara Ann Wright as well as the rest of the series (A Pyradisté Adventure) and its characters are now ingrained in my soul. I’m so sad that this is the last book in the series and I’m not ready to let it all go. I’ll probably never forget about this story, it has definitely taken a piece of my soul with it to the “to be

A Kingdom Lost by Barbara Ann Wright

A Kingdom Lost by Barbara Ann Wright is the third book in a series of four. There is only one other time in my life I have uncontrollably shouted out in cheer while reading a book. This book made the second. If you haven’t read books one or two you may be spoiling them by reading this review. The kingdom of Farraday has fallen and havoc reaches every corner of

Paladins of the Storm Lord Barbara Ann Wright-slider

Paladins of the Storm Lord by Barbara Ann Wright was like an orchestra with all of its pieces creating a symphony. I really truly loved it. I love the intricacy and wide variety of character types. The Atlas is a transport ship carrying colonists for the population of a new planet. A ship’s malfunction in its jump drives causes it to crash in the orbit of an unknown planet. The

Spark by Catherine Friend

Spark by Catherine Friend – “Fire Truck” I loved this book so much (nerdy book reference I hope you get and enjoy after you read the book). The worst part about it was that I didn’t know of anyone else who had read it so I couldn’t share my thoughts and have discussions with anyone. Jamie Maddox is living in 2017 when her girlfriend Chris pressures her into an experiment where