Posts Tagged ‘Keri Arthur’
Gwen’s review of Bound to Shadows (Riley Jensen, Book 8 ) by Keri Arthur Urban Fantasy released by Dell 27 Oct 09 It’s been a while since I read and reviewed one of the Riley Jensen books. Have I told you lately how much I love this series? Well, I love this series. Of all [...]
Reader Blogger Marg, you can find her at Reading Adventures and Historical Tapestry, was nice enough to agree to share with us her adventure at the Australian Romance Readers Convention this past weekend. If we get lucky we can talk her into sharing some more photos and stories.
Gwen’s review of Destiny Kills (Myth and Magic, Book 1) by Keri Arthur Contemporary fantasy romance released by Dell Spectra 28 Oct 08 I’ve wrestled with this review several days now, and I’m no closer to knowing how to approach it. Sometimes there are books that, no matter how long you think about it, your [...]
Liviania’s review of Hotter Than Hell by Tanya Huff, Marjorie M. Liu, Cheyenne McCray, L.A. Banks, Susan Krinard, Keri Arthur, Heidi Betts, Lilith Saintcrow, Susan Sizemore, Denise Little, Carrie Vaughn, Linda Winstead Jones, and Kim Harrison Urban fantasy/paranormal romance anthology released by Harper 24 June 08 With Hotter than Hell, HarperCollins goes in a somewhat [...]
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Gwen’s review of The Darkest Kiss (Riley Jensen, Book 6) by Keri Arthur Urban fantasy released by Dell 29 Apr 08 I’m a Riley Jensen fan from “way back” – well, as far back as 2006, I suppose. I’m easy when it comes to urban fantasy, though. I’ll read just about anything, as long as [...]
Gwen’s review of Embraced By Darkness (Riley Jensen, Guardian, Book 5) by Keri Arthur Urban Fantasy released by Dell 31 Jul 07 This series is difficult to pigeon-hole. It’s fantasy, paranormal, futuristic, suspense, mystery, and romance all rolled in one. The heroine is Riley Jensen – a werewolf/vampire half-breed. The heroes are as numerous as the [...]