• Review: Mated: A Paranormal Romance Shifter Anthology

    This anthology is like a shifter bonus for any paranormal romance reader. Each story is totally unique and separate from the others. I know at least one of the stories is part of a series and I’m going to assume that all of them are. Regardless, I loved...

  • Article: Top 5 reasons you shouldn’t date a Hollywood Superstar by CD Reiss + Giveaway

    THIS GIVEAWAY IS OVER. THE PUBLICIST IS PICKING THE WINNERS AND WILL CONTACT THEM DIRECTLY. Brad Sinclair isn’t even 30 yet, but he’s already a hot commodity in Hollywood. He is pure, raw star talent. He also doesn’t realize he’s...

  • Article: Chris Well, Build Your Brand Academy Instructor - Behind the Scenes

    This month we are fortunate to have Chris Well with us again. A couple of years ago Chris shared tips with an interview on marketing, but given all the changes that have taken place in the publishing world, I reached out to get his thoughts on how authors...

  • Article: Q&A with Laura Bradford aka Elizabeth Lynn Casey - Dark Streets

    1) Tell us a little about your background – what got you interested in writing as a career? I was ten years old when I knew I wanted to be a writer, and I never strayed from that path. In the beginning, I thought I’d go toward children’s...

  • Article: The Truck Food Cookbook - 4.5 Stars / Top Pick - Inside the Cookbook

    Everyone loves a food truck, right? You can find items on food trucks that you can't find anywhere else. John T Edge has compiled a cookbook filled with food truck recipes from across the country and beyond. There is a table of contents that includes...

  • Article: Must Read Urban Fantasy & Paranormal Romance - May 2017

    May Madness is officially here. The month of craziness in my family- my daughter, my youngest son and my husband all have birthdays this month, plus there’s Mother’s Day and Prom and this year we’re preparing for my daughter’s...

  • Article: Unusual Settings - Melting Pot

    As I write this column, I am sitting in an unusual setting of my own…I’m visiting Port Townsend, WA. Why am I here? I’m working on edits for my YA Civil War Era Steampunk novel and I am taking the time to exert a focused effort on this...

  • Article: Wounded $25 Amazon Card and eBook Giveaway From Abby Brooks

    THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW OVER WINNER:  Lacey W. Enter to win an Amazon $25 gift card and an ebook from Abby Brooks! Open to: Open International Comment Question: How do you feel about a hero with some scars? (Physical / Emotional) Wounded Buy Now For...

  • Article: 2 Book Giveaway: Steeplejack & Firebrand Giveaway by A. J. Hartley

    OUR LUCKY WINNER IS: Kassandra V. The YA series RL Stine can't put down! Thoughtfully imaginative, action-packed, and set in a 19th-century South African fantasy world, Steeplejack by New York Times-bestselling A.J. Hartley was met with resounding critical...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Megan Hart

    You have been publishing romances for almost 15 years. From thrillers to romance to erotic fiction, you have done it all! Is there any book or series that stands out the most for you? Why? Dirty will remain a favorite forever, because it was the first...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Karen Michelle Nutt

    Hi Karen. It's great to have you over to discuss your life and latest release. Please tell us about "Two Worlds Collided". It's a Time travel romance that takes place in 1997 Los Angeles. Evie Reid, on a whim, agrees to travel back in time to change bad...

  • Review: The Dream Dancer

    "The Dream Dancer" was a sweet, fast, mostly uncomplicated read. Mostly, because Bryce and Rowland both start out problematically: Bryce is a bit spoilt and Rowland is the stereotypical chauvinist rake. It worked, however, because if love is like a battlefield,...

  • Article: Excerpt: The Boy Friend by Mika Jolie

    Today Mika Jolie has stopped on over to share a bit from her latest release. The Boy Friend by Mika Jolie According to the law of attraction, women and men can’t be friends. Contrary to this myth, my friendship with Coriander Phillips does not rest...

  • Article: My Defender by Alanea Alder - Grand & Ellie Character Interview

    Today we have the pleasure of having two of Alanea Alder's characters. Grant and Ellie join us for an awesome twofer interview! Tammie Note: I fell in love with this series a while ago and am thrilled to share it with  you all. CHARACTER INTERVIEW:...

  • Article: The Life Cycle of a Story From Idea to Finished Novel by Amelia Judd

    NOR Notice: Book 1 in Amelia's Silver Bay Series is on sale for the awesome price of .99 on Amazon! My process for moving a story from inspiration to publication varies from book to book. Sure, I might travel along or cross over the path I took on a previous...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews S. Nano

    Hi S. Nano. It's a pleasure to have you on to chat about your life and your novel "Mistress Of The Air". What is your book about? Mistress Of The Air is a comic, Steampunk, erotic adventure featuring Edwardian dominatrix, Lady Sally Rudston-Chichester...

  • Article: 2 New Kensington Lines! Plus - Cover Reveals for Desiree Holt & Vicki Tharp

    We are featuring two covers for new line launches due out on October 17th, 2017 from Kensington. Vicki Tharp's book launches the new Lyrical Caress Sizzling Romance line and Desiree Holt's book launches the new Lyrical Liaison Romantic Suspense line....

  • Review: Midnight Target A Killer Instincts Novel, #8

    I loved this book so much! Midnight Target is romantic suspense at its best. It was the story that I've been waiting for and Elle Kennedy did not disappoint. I was captivated by the loaded up suspense, fast paced action and steamy sex. From the first...

  • Review: Reed The Malloys of Montana, #3

    This is the third book in a series about the Mallory family. It’s not the first series that R. C. Ryan has set within this family and on their ranch. In fact, there are similarities with the plots yet each book is addicting and you’ll not want to put...

  • Review: Too Hard to Forget Romancing the Clarksons, #3

    When things ended several years ago Peggy fought but Elliott let (or rather made) her go. And she’s been hung up ever since. Unbeknownst to her, he too has been hung up on her, just he doesn’t show it to the world. In fact he doesn’t show much of anything...

  • Review: The Librarian and the Spy Librarian/Spy Escapade, #1

    When James Lockwood comes into Quinn Ellington’s library looking for help researching an antique brooch, he immediately sets her nerves aquiver. But she doesn’t expect anything to result from her reference work except for an unrequited on the handsome...

  • Review: Feels Like the First Time Destiny Bay, #2

    To start off I want to say that you can read this book without reading book one. You may not know who Kennedy and her man are. But you won't really lose any content in this book. But it will make you want to go back and read the first book. “Feels Like...

  • Review: King Space Gypsy Chronicles Book 4

    I procrastinated writing this review for a while because I still can’t believe the twists and turns the author took. This is the fourth and final book in the adventures of Rafe and Emma and it’s a whopper. Rafe and Emma have been through the works and...

  • Review: Ride Rough A Raven Riders Novel, #2

    Ride Rough is the second book in the Raven Riders series about a group of bikers whose core focus is to help those who can’t help themselves. Their motto is Ride. Fight. Defend. This book is about the president of the club Dare’s cousin, Maverick Rylan,...

  • Review: The Thornless Rose The Elizabethan Time Travel Series Book 1

    This is one of the best time travel romance stories I have read in a very long time. This novel has all the elements that make a great story - romance, action, intrigue, and suspense. This is the way stories should be written!! Anne Howard happens upon...

  • Review: Blood Vow Black Dagger Legacy, #2

    “Blood Vow” by J.R. Ward effortlessly immerses the reader in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood and reminds us of the violence and tenuous accord existing between humans and vampires. The wondrous connection between Rhage and his mate Mary as they...

  • Review: It Happened on Love Street Everland, Georgia, #1

    "It Happened on Love Street," is a fun, cheery and yet zany contemporary romance that was highly enjoyable for a springtime read. Add a few mischief pups and a hunky hero and I was literally hooked. As a quick little bonus, I immensely savored the classifieds...

  • Review: One Wild Night A One and Only Texas Novel, #3

    When I picked up Melissa Cutler's "One Wild Night" I didn't realize it was part of a three book series or that it was the third book in the series. I can honestly say though that even though I had not read the first two books in the series it did not...

  • Review: Like a Love Song

    After reading “Like a Love Song” I checked out the author's other titles and you can really see how much she has grown as a writer. This book is so better done than her previous ones. This is a wonderfully light read that you can finish in a few hours....

  • Review: The Siren's Touch Siren, #1

    Grab your comfortable chair and brace yourself for a delightful ghost tale of love, revenge and an attempt to right wrongs to incite happiness. Amber Belldene draws her audience into an adventurous, titillating tale with many twists and turns. We have...

  • Review: Abbey's Tale

    "Abbey's Tale," is truly a gratifying work of historical fiction and perhaps the novel itself represents the genre at its very best. I was genuinely swept away by the writing of the author, Katherine McDermott as I have not seen such outstanding writing...

  • Review: The VIP Doubles Down Wager of Hearts Book 3

    "The VIP Doubles Down" wraps up the trilogy of wagers made in the club, but I'm hoping that we'll see more of the people I met along the way. I was hesitant about this book because it seemed like Gavin was a much angrier person than the other heroes and...

  • Review: The Rule Book Rule Breakers

    "The Rule Book" started out slow and I wasn't certain if I was going to like it at first. The blurb made it sound funny and light-hearted, but the opening felt crammed full of the usual modern Cinderella tropes. Evil supervisor, newly minted adult who...

  • Review: Becoming a Legend The Blue Eyes Trilogy, #2

    The series started out intriguing and I had high hopes for it, but I didn't really want to go on to finish the trilogy at the end of the "Becoming a Legend". The premise is interesting and there's lots of excitement, but with all things considered (Ari's...

  • Review: Degree of Resistance Pacifica Rising Book 1

    "Degree of Resistance" was interesting and intriguing, but it's definitely the first in a series. The romance between Evie and Ben takes a major backseat to setting up the world, establishing the players, and introducing the Real Problem. Those who are...

  • Review: A Touch of Texas Irish

    Having to run to avoid marriage to someone that is detestable, Aileen Lynch has defied her stepfather. She wasn't about to marry his associate that she despised. The marriage would have been a marriage of convenience, convenience for her step father,...

  • Review: Still in Love With You

    “Still In Love With You” written by Lexie Davis is a very sweet love story!!! Makes me think of an old love song you would hear on a rainy, spring day. I would say the story was written nicely. It allowed me to read the story with ease. It had a nice...

  • Review: Jesse's Hideout Bluegrass Spirits Book 1

    I love Ms. Master’s writing style and jumped at the chance to review this start of a new series. OMG. I loved it. This is the perfect book for a history buff and travel geek. No, this book is not a historical and it’s just the characters talking about...

  • Review: A Baby for Chashan Dragons of Preor Book 9

    Up front I have never liked Chashan in this series. His actions and words have been hurtful and somewhat racist, in my opinion, in previous books. Fortunately all it takes is a dying wish and a determined mate to turn him around. This is a short story...

  • Review: Wagon Train Sisters Women of the West, #2

    There's gold in them there hills. So many heard the word gold and off they went, leaving everything in search of the almighty richness that gold would bring. Many didn't even make it to the place where the gold was supposedly found. Many got there only...

  • Review: Bonded Pair Cascadia Wolves, #6

    This previously published story is worth reading again. It hasn’t changed from the first time it was released but it’s a really good story. Though it isn’t real long, it is extremely interesting and feels as if it is a full length book. Megan and Shane...

  • Review: Wild Irish: Wild And Dirty Kindle Worlds Novella / A Wild Irish Novella

    This story has to one of Elle Boon’s best story yet. She just seems to improve the more she writes. The characters come alive and it was easy to fall in love with them. I really enjoyed this story. Now, a few things struck me as slightly off but I’m willing...

  • Review: I Want More Bikers Rule Book 2

    This short biker romance is another great read from Sam Crescent! I loved this book. Spike really was like a white knight wearing a cut and riding a Harley. For a biker he oozed chivalry and sweetness. He fell for Star from the moment he rescued her from...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Roxanne D. Howard

    Hi Roxanne. Thanks for stopping over to share with us. Please tell us about your book "Sonnet Coupled". ER nurse Sonnet Mendoza's new housemate Griffith Parker proves there is more to a man than meets the eye, and shows her there's more to life than just...

  • Article: Grace's Forgiveness Giveaway From Molly Jebber

    WINNER: Ally S. Molly Jebber has an awesome prize for a lucky reader. Enter to win a $25 Amazon Card and Print book! Open to the USA Comment Question: What sounds interesting to you based on the featured title for this contest? Grace's Forgiveness - A...

  • Review: Dark Alpha's Lover Reapers, #4

    Donna Grant adds another great book to her Reaper Series! Grant writes some of the best paranormal/urban fantasy romance that I've ever read. Her books never disappoint. "Dark Alpha's Lover" really stands out for me because I liked the characters so much....

  • Article: Cover Spotlight: Gone with the Ghost by Erin McCarthy

    Erin McCarthy stops on over to share the cover of her book Gone with the Ghost Buy Now Bailey Burke has had a rough six months—it’s not easy thinking your romantic overtures toward your best friend caused him to kill himself. Except that’s...

  • Review: The Lilac Bouquet

    Carolyn Brown absolutely blew me away with this epically beautiful story. Days after reading it it is still as if I am wrapped in its power. I cried, I giggled, I sobbed and I guffawed, this book had it all. I've come to expect great things from this...

  • Review: The Truth About Love and Dukes Dear Lady Truelove

    Laura Lee Gurkhe pens a perfectly fascinating historical romance. Henry, the Duke of Torquil and Irene Deverill are so wrong for one another that they couldn't be more right. Both of them are so set on being in control of their lives and that of their...

  • Review: The Eyewitness

    Nancy C. Weeks absolutely astounds with this fabulous first in a series. I am already eagerly awaiting the next in this romantic suspense set. The D'Azzo family is perfect and first up we have Emersyn a forensic scientist. Her passion and her vibrancy...

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