March 5, 2021

REVIEW: Chew Toy: A Gay Vampire Romance (Fang Club) – L.E. Franks

Reviewed by Gloria Lakritz  Sr Reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild I just love to read a prequel to begin a new Series!!! LE Franks has baited the hook with this 45 page adorable idea to begin her new series Fang Club.    Since I have swallowed the bait, hook line and..

Read more

REVIEW: The Muffin Man: A Modern M/M Fairytale – Kim Fielding

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This book is part of a collection that has a mysterious magic shop in common.  Each book is written as a separate world and can be read individually and in any order.  In this story, Fielding combines a couple of fairy tales and..

Read more

REVIEW: Raising the Ante (The Kings: Wild Cards Book 2) – Charlie Cochet

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This short story is packed full of all the action, adventure, and humor I have come to expect in a Charlie Cochet book!  Expanding on the Kings Universe, this second Wild Cards book focuses on Frank Ramirez: Mr. Tall, Dark, and Broody and..

Read more

REVIEW: Christmas Spirit: An Enemies to Lovers, Forced Proximity, Age Gap MM Christmas Romance – Ali Ryecart

Reviewed  by Gloria Lakritz  Review Chair and Sr. Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Now that the Holidays are over, the tree and the festivities are over I look back. It is now 2021 and I sit down to tell you of a book I read over this holiday, that was really special...

Read more

REVIEW: Bloodbond (The Bloodborn Series Book 2) – Sydney Winward

Reviewed by Linda Tonis Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Zachariah Degore spent ten years locked up in his brother Adam's basement. He was feral and could not be free and his brother did everything he could to find a cure for vampirism. When Adam mated with Willow, the daughter of Dracula, she..

Read more

REVIEW: Duet – Chris Quinton

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This was an unexpectedly sweet read.  Even the “ghost” in the story is low angst and adds so much to a very tender romance.  John King, one of the musical King brothers, finds so much more than his happily-ever-after with Simon Ward in..

Read more