Thundercats are Go – Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh This is a bit of a departure from my usual format, in that I’m actually reviewing a book I read about a year ago, but since I’m technically on holiday and having to take a bit of a break from ... more >
Dear Ms. Wright: I read book one in the series and didn’t love it so I skipped the second, but I think you may have hauled me back into the fold with this one. The two characters are at daggers drawn (to use an old fashioned phrase) because the hero ... more >
Dear Ms. Roane: I’m not sure why I picked this book to read. It’s not like I am a big fan of angel stories. The cover is okay but not great. The blurb isn’t all that catching and frankly, when I started the story, it seemed like I had read ... more >
Dear Ms. Adrian: I really fell in love with your series with the book featuring Tegan and Elise, Midnight Awakening. I believe it was in that book that we were introduced to Andreas Reichen. Andreas is a German vampire whose entire “family” was killed during a purge of Darkhaven homes ... more >
Shelf Awareness reported that Sean Bentley, buyer of black fiction for Borders, has seen a double digit growth in the last few years and that urban lit comprises 25% of his purchases. The younger generation is driving this market. Via Shelf Awareness.
Dear Ms Singh, Perhaps the praise I’d already heard about your book colored my expectations. Maybe the larger than usual number of shapeshifting books I’ve read recently has filled me with ennui. While I liked much of “Slave to Sensation,” it didn’t wow me. Sascha Duncan is a member of ... more >