The Ophelia Prophecy by Sharon Lynn Fisher cover

The Ophelia Prophecy by Sharon Lynn Fisher sets up a new sci-fi world with a dystopian twist, as humanity has created artificial intelligence with its own conscious thought. The book begins with heroine Asha waking up with Pax and his sister Iris, although she cannot remember how she got there, or why they would want to take her onto their ship. Asha is from Sanctuary, one of the last remaining human colonies which is watched over by Manti forces. The Manti are an engineered race of humans with insect-like capabilities,…

Watcher of the Dark by Joseph Nassise cover

Watcher of the Dark by Joseph Nassise, book three in the Jeremiah Hunt series, kicks off where book two ended, with Jeremiah Hunt on the run from a multitude of enemies. He finds himself escaping into L.A., lying low in a hotel, where he is suddenly found and captured by the notorious Carlos Fuentes and his supernatural gang. Fuentes is the Magister of Los Angeles, and basically the leader of a mafia-type organisation, the type of man no one can say no to. Hunt is forced into agreeing to work…

The Christmas Throwaway

The Christmas Throwaway is the story of police officer, Ben, who finds Zach sleeping in the village graveyard, cold, alone, and homeless. Being Christmas, Ben decides to take him home to his family for a bit of TLC (tender loving care). Luckily, Ben’s mum is also a compassionate person and doesn’t find this odd at all. She sets Zach up in one of her son’s bedroom (who’s now left home) and together they work to put Zach at ease, going so far as to give him gifts and allow him to…

Let it Snow - Heidi Cullinan

DECEMBER’S BOOK CLUB READ I had high hopes for Let it Snow. It sounded so good. Unfortunately, it was all a bit meh. I haven’t had much luck with m/m christmas themed romances this year. This is my third, and none of them have hit above the three star mark. Let it Snow isn’t particularly Christmassy, snowy yes, but festive, not so much. Which is a shame as that’s what I want and expect from a Christmas romance, and especially from a series called Minnesota Christmas. Hairdresser, Frankie is heading…

Everlasting Enchantment by Kathryne Kennedy cover

Like the previous books in the Relics of Merlin series, Everlasting Enchantment by Kathryne Kennedy can be read as a standalone, without any prior knowledge of the fantasy world. Again set in Victorian England (this time with cameos from the Queen herself), book three in the series follows the story of Millicent Pantere, a were-panther who dwells in the underground of society and has no desire to enter the high life of the upper classes. She is under orders from the Duke of Ghoulston to acquire one of Merlin’s relics,…

EL James - Fifty Shades of Grey

CAROLYN The Fifty Shades series seems to be one that you either love or hate. Although I’m in the former camp, I wasn’t immune to its flaws. This is a series that started its life as Twilight fan fiction, which was then picked up by Arrow Books and published in April 2012. The editing is the one aspect I felt was lacking, with repetitive phrases and words that did challenge my tolerance and frustration limits. However, despite these glaring flaws I loved this series, to the point that I literally…

Red Hill - Jamie McGuire

Red Hill is the first book I’ve read by Jamie McGuire. I’ve heard a lot of great things about her new adult romance series so this seems quite a bit of a departure from that genre. Sadly it showed. Red Hill brought nothing new to the zombie genre, and contained quite a lot of the same stuff I’ve read before. And I’ve read a lot. It also didn’t really go into any depth. Basically it’s the journey of several characters that find themselves fighting a zombie outbreak. There’s Scarlet, who’s…




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