May 14, 2021

REVIEW: Dark Mire (Kildevil Cove Murder Mysteries Book 2) – J.S. Cook

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team It was a dark and stormy night. At least, that’s the way it feels most of the time in this second of the Kildevil Cove series. J.S. Cook has crafted another moody, brooding murder mystery fraught with personal trauma and deeply-held secrets. Once..

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REVIEW: Moonlight & Madness (The Bisbee Bachelors’ Club Book 2) – K. Sterling

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This is the second book in the Bisbee Bachelor’s series and takes all the best parts of the first book and runs til the end.  All of the guys are back from book one, with the focus being on our grouchy bar owner..

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REVIEW: Fate’s Attraction – Dirk Greyson

Reviewed by Linda Tonis Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Well, another wonderful paranormal book by one of my favorite authors and once again it doesn’t disappoint.  Vladimir Corella is the second son of the alpha and is as opposite of his older brother Dimitri as you can get. Vlad by werewolf standards..

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REVIEW: Dropnauts: Liminal Sky: Redemption Cycle Book One – J. Scott Coatsworth

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This book is part of the creative universe of Liminal Sky, but can absolutely be read as a stand alone.  Once again, Coatsworth has packed the pages with a cast of characters and action and amazing world building details.  This book focuses on..

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REVIEW: Dark Water (Kildevil Cove Murder Mysteries Book 1) – J.S. Cook

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team The first of a series of murder tales focused on a tiny fishing village on the coast of Newfoundland, “Dark Water” is a great set-piece of small-town noir mystery.    I don’t know Cook’s other books, but she surely knows her way around..

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REVIEW: Sweet-Talking the Opposition: a sizzling summer romance – Saskia Walker

Reviewed By S.C. Principale Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team  I confess, when I met Eliza Jameson and Marcus Weston, our romantic interests in this tale, I wasn’t sure I would ever warm up to them. Eliza seemed too inconsistent, Marcus seemed too much like a love ‘em and leave ‘em playboy. What..

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