Posts Tagged ‘Samhain Publishing’
Tweet Stevie‘s review of Bite Me by Robyn Bachar LGBT Multicultural Urban Fantasy published by Samhain Publishing, Ltd. 17 Mar 15 Normally I shy away from urban fantasies in which either vampires or werewolves are the main protagonists, but the blurb of this one with its promise of both lesbian and multi-ethnic central characters made […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Lightning Unbound (Even Gods Fall In Love, Book 1) by Lynne Connolly Historical Paranormal Romance published by Samhain Publishing 13 May 14 This is a fantastical tale of Olympians and Titans transplanted into eighteenth century England, living their lives in the guise of English aristocrats. The Titans want to rule the world and […]
Tweet Stevie’s Duckies Do Series review of The Pleasure Wars Series by Jess Michaels Historical Romance published by Samhain Publishing, Ltd. July 2013 – June 2014 Maybe it’s something to do with being a child of the ’70s and ’80s, but I have a certain soft spot for big overarching series plots about warring families. […]
Tweet Veena’s review of The Hob (The Gray Court, Book 4) by Dana Marie Bell Fantasy Romance published by Samhain Publishing 22 Jan 13 I’ve always thought Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful piece of whimsy, but Dana Marie Bell takes it to a whole new level in her Gray Court series.
Tweet Veena’s review of Hot Ticket (Sinners on Tour, Book 4) by Olivia Cunning Erotic Romance published by Source Books Casablanca 05 Feb 13 This is my very first book by this author and I had heard a lot of praise for her before I started this book, so I had very high expectations going […]
Tweet C2’s review of Inside Bet (Vegas Top Guns, Book 2) by Katie Porter Contemporary Romance ebook published by Samhain 28 Aug 12 What happens when two wounded people feel instant chemistry but neither is willing to relinquish control to the other? The very best sort of struggle for dominance, of course. And if Katie […]
Tweet C2’s review of Double Down (Vegas Top Guns, Book 1) by Katie Porter Contemporary Romance published by Samhain 31 Jul 12 A new name in romance brings us a sizzling new series set in Las Vegas and starring Air Force fighter pilots. I mean, really, where is the bad in that setup? Katie Porter […]
Tweet C2’s review of Once and Again (Petal, Georgia, Book 1) by Lauren Dane Contemporary Romance published by Samhain 30 Aug 11 In her latest book, Lauren Dane returns us to the ever-so-fun small town of Petal, Georgia. Readers of her Chase brothers series will see lots of familiar faces, get to know some supporting […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of Breaking Brent (Kiel Brothers, Book 2) by Niki Green Contemporary Western Romance published by Samhain 30 Nov 10 I didn’t get much sleep until I finished this book. It held my interest to the very last page. Niki Green has me hooked and I will be looking for Book 1 of […]
Tweet C2’s review of With Abandon (With or Without Series, Book 4) by J.L. Langley Paranormal Romance published by Samhain Publishing, 22 Mar 11 Matt Mahihkan has never lived anywhere except the Southwest, so when he gets a scholarship to a college in Georgia, he has to leave behind his family, his friends, and his […]
Tweet Maiden Lane is a Richard and Rose book. It’s the penultimate in the current cycle, and could be the last we hear from Rose for a time.
Tweet Ash’s review of A Deepest Thread of Black by Finn Marlowe Erotic Paranormal Romance published by Samhain Publishing 08 Feb 11 I really wanted to love this book. It has more than a few plot lines that I usually enjoy, but there isn’t a single thing I like here.
Tweet Limecello’s review of The Wallflower by Dana Marie Bell Paranormal romance released by Samhain Publishing 15 Apr 08 I’d heard of this book before it was released, bought it near the end of 2009, but only read it a few days ago. Just felt that little tidbit was relevant. I read it on one […]
Tweet Limecello’s review of Veiled Seduction (Veiled Series, Book 2) by Alisha Rai Contemporary romance released by Samhain Publishing 1 Jun 10 I read Veiled Desire and I knew I wanted to read Veiled Seduction, because Sasha’s story was going to be very fun. I’m definitely looking forward to more of Alisha Rai’s books. In […]
Tweet Limecello’s review of Anybody But Justin by Shelli Stevens Contemporary romance released by Samhain Publishing 12 May 09 I love friends to lovers stories. There’s just something about them – the connection, history, inside jokes… so much goodness for an author to work with. Shelli Stevens puts a slight spin on her take, with […]