#BookReview: Caged Wolf (The Tarot Witches #1) by S.M. Reine

4 out of 5 Stars

After breaking away from her pimp and hiding in a small town she finds a man to fall in love with just in time for the pimp to show up and raise hell.

Pretty good, a bit slow in a couple of spots but picks up quickly. Quick read. Cliff-hanger from the edge of hell.

#BookReview: Sky and Dew by Holly Heisey

4 out of 5 Stars

Sky took a vow of silence and left the world above to keep her city’s magic alive. Now, she wanders the Hallows as an acolyte of the Lost Emperor – an unseen legend from another world whose words fuel the magic above. But when her lover breaks their vow of silence and falls deathly ill, Sky must descend to the deepest depths of the Hallows to beg the Lost Emperor’s help. What she finds, though, is a tragedy that spans centuries, and Sky will stop at nothing to make it right.

I want more. This short story could be expanded to a whole novel or even a series and be just as good. Just did not understand why Dew was referred to as “they” instead of “he/she”

#BookReview: HEAT: Abducted To Be His Mate (A Mate Of His Own #1) by Sadie Sins

5 Stars!

Wolf kidnaps his gay bashing human mate and locks him in the basement.

For a long time I have been searching for a book like this one and almost gave up hope, thinking it too taboo of a subject. I’m beyond ecstatic to have found this book and will probably read again before the year is out!

#BookReview: Osprey’s Cabin by Ben Fisk

Favorite of the year so far!

5 Stars!

A group of college kids head out to a cabin in the woods before graduation. Sounds familiar right? You could probably guess what is going to happen…but then you would be wrong.

Starts off like any other horror movie, but then takes a wild turn into unknown weirdness. The middle gets a little hairy, but worth pushing through to the end. Hopefully it will be followed up with a sequel.

#BookReview: Polar Bear Buns (The Twelve Dancing Bears #2) by Sable Sylvan

3 out of 5 Stars

Girl falls in love with two polar bear shifters, while being stalked by her ex-boyfriends.

Just ok. The childish cursing through me off, then would switch from actual cursing back to the childish “shizz.” Predictable and almost did not finish it.

#BookReview: Slenderman (Emma Frost #9) by Willow Rose

4 Out of 5 Stars

Someone in town is using the myth of Slenderman to get revenge.

A little confusing because I haven’t read the previous books, but that only pertains to one small key element. The rest was very intriguing, don’t care for the “preview” (close to half of the book) of another at the end of the book.