Werewolves, shapeshifters and anything that can change its form.

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

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

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

The Year of the Knife by GD Penman

The Year Of The Knife by GD Penman was a really intriguing book from the start. I was worried it would be too strange, too confusing with its alternate names and history, with the prevalence of seemingly science-based magic. However, The Year of the Knife proved to be just the opposite. Set in an alternate timeline of our world, New York City is called New Amsterdam and the colonies never

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

Little Dip by Gill McKnight: Book Review

Little Dip by Gill McKnight is everything I wanted from it and then some. This tells you something because I had high expectations for this book after consuming the other four like they were oxygen. In this one, we get to explore how Marie, the matriarch from the previous four, ended up with the love of her life, Connie Fortune, and we get to see the main characters from the

Five Moons Rising by Lise MacTague

Five Moons Rising by Lise MacTague is a brilliant urban fantasy romance. Malice is a specially engineered hunter with one job – keep the nightmare creatures from causing too much havoc. You see, werewolves, vampires, demons and other monsters, known as supranormals, are real. For the most part they go about their business and humans are never aware of their existence. But sometimes they go rogue or decide to make

Silver Collar by Gill McKnigh

Silver Collar by Gill McKnight is book 4 in the Garoul Series. This is definitely one of my faves in the series. If you enjoyed Ambereye then you are in for a treat because this is reminiscent of all the delights of that novel with its own unique twist. In Indigo Moon we met Ren and discovered that she had a sister, Luc. In this book, Luc gets her very

Ambereye by Gill McKnight: Book Review

Ambereye by Gill McKnight is a fantastic book. It is the story of Hope Glassy who returns to her job at Ambereye, Inc. after a medical absence. While she was away her boss took on a new PA to help him with a big contract. Since she can only work part time until she has fully recovered he makes her PA to his sister, Jolie. Directly from the synopsis: Jolie

Wild by Meghan OBrien slider

Wild by Meghan O’Brien is a paranormal romance with a heavy emphasis on the romance. It’s got the sexiness we all expect from this author, but with a shifter and a wannabe serial killer thrown in the mix, it’s totally different from anything else she’s published. Selene Rhodes lives alone and stays away from people as much as possible, paying escorts to tie her to a table once a  month