NOTE: It’s Alive is only available via Amazon at this time. I dedicate this Weird Shit Wednesday read and review to Christa and DoodlePanda. Because without you guys…I’d never read Weird Shit on Wednesday. 😉 This one right here is some Weird Shit. O_O I received a copy of It’s… Read more »
Note: Dragon Time is only available as a standalone from Smashwords. Amazon (and other e-bookstores) sells an anthology of Ms Nestvold’s short stories that includes Dragon Time. I received this free copy of Dragon Time via Smashwords in March 2011, qualifying it for my 2016 The Mt. TBR Struggle is… Read more »
Note: This anthology is not currently available in ebook format. I grabbed a free copy of Alphas Unleashed back in December 2014. Like 99.99% of my random kindle freebies, this one wasn’t read. I didn’t even attempt to read it, to be honest. The only reason I even grabbed a… Read more »
**WARNING** This review will be long, ranty and filled with possibly eye-bleeding quotes. Read at your own risk. NOTE: A lot of other people really enjoyed this book. Please take that into consideration while reading my – admittedly ranting – review. Keeping Her is author Kelly Lucille’s debut novel and… Read more »
The Voyage of the Minotaur by Wesley Allison is the steampunk version of Imperial colonization with a little murder mystery thrown in for spice. The Dechantagne siblings – Iolanthe, Terrance, and Augie – are nobles who live in Mallontah (a country similar to colonial England). They – Iolanthe – have… Read more »
Pack by Jeaniene Frost: I both liked and didn’t like this one. My major problem? I don’t like deception in books. It…just makes me uncomfortable most of the time. Unless the person being deceived is the bad guy.
Again, this is a very short story. I have to honestly admit that I purchased and downloaded this entire series without paying attention to the page length. More fool me. That’s $5 for less than 150 pages. I feel like Booby-the-damn-fool. Back to this story. It was cute but like… Read more »
This was really really cute. But there was something missing… This is a really sweet “friends to lovers” trope romance. I love “friends to lovers” so my issue is certainly not the trope. In thinking about this novella, I think my biggest issue is how quickly Linc and Bailey started… Read more »