January 26, 2020

Review: Kiki And Connor Are Both From Mars – Bob Young

Reviewed by: Charlayne Elizabeth Denney Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team Kiki Burgess comes into her apartment and finds her boyfriend, Rollie, having sex with one of his teaching assistants. She packs up her things and heads out, trying to figure out where to go. She certainly didn’t want to return to Rollie. During..

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Review: Cinderella Busted – Petie McCarty

Reviewed by: Linda Tonis Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team After the death of her father, Lily Foster is the owner of Bloom & Grow Nursery. Lily lives in a small cottage on the nursery property and has worked hard to make her nursery one of a kind. She takes great pride in her..

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Review: Forged in Fire – C.J. Bahr

Review by Toni Sweeney Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Beth Leighton moved to Scotland to marry the love of her life. Then he betrays her and she is fatally shot. The Archangel Remiel interferes, and she awakes to find herself in 18th century England. Alive but confused and lost, she wants to..

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Review: For the Lover of Stories: From “Nicéphore” to “Is This the Finale?” – Charlie Avinash Nicholas

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team This is not your typical book.  This is more a collection of stories, poems, and allegorical essays.  It took me a while to get into the writing style. It is very lyrical and focused more like a character study rather than moved along by..

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Review: The Misadventures of Doc and Dirk, Volume IV – Dan Skinner

Review by Gloria Lakritz Reviewer for the Paranormal Romance Guild Dan Skinner has started this adorable series, written from the heart as always. As a new single man, Dan’s decision to get his mind and his body back has not only been told thru these stories;  but began with his hard fought battle to get..

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Review: Spring Affair – B.G. Thomas

Reviewed by: Ulysses Dietz Member of The Paranormal Guild Review Team I’ve come at B.G. Thomas backwards, and have grown to truly appreciate his realistic, personal style. Other comments on other books led me to his earlier “seasons” series, and to this volume in particular. “Spring Affair” follows the lives of four friends Wyatt, Sloan, Scott,..

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