Review: Extinction Inferno

The government said the Variants were dying off…
That the beasts would be extinct in a matter of years…
That the Allied States had returned to prosperity and freedom …

Fallen Sun by Harule Stokes

Fallen Sun by Harule Stokes

1st grade teacher turned super-soldier struggles to keep her two sisters-in-arms safe during a bloody war. But, the process that created these powerful living weapons is also driving them insane.

Review – Scorched: The Last Nomads

There’s a big world packed into this little story. In just shy of 150 pages Melanie Karsak managed to wrap us up in a tale of suspense, action, danger, and just a hint of romance. This taste of the Scorched world has me wanting more so I can...

Dirty Thirty Blog Tour – The Scene Review

Dirty Thirty Blog Tour – The Scene Review

In search of the culprit of the media-dubbed Vampire Massacres, journalist Dylan Hart dives head first into L.A.’s sanguinary ‘vampire’ subculture, in an attempt to write her first best-selling novel and pay off her ever growing student debt.
Dylan drinks whiskey, smokes like a chimney, and possesses a mouth she wouldn’t kiss her mama with and with the aid of her statuesque hetero-life-mate Tatum Price, Dylan takes the case head-on, slicing her way through the absurd, the ethereal and the deadly serious, of the underground ‘vampire’ community.

Between the Shade and the Shadow – Review

Between the Shade and the Shadow – Review

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. It’s been a while since a book really surprised me. But there are a lot of twists and turns in this very dark fantasy tale. Every time I thought I had a handle on what was going on I was...