April 10, 2021

REVIEW: Arthropoda – Xenia Melzer

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This is Xenia Meltzer’s first foray into murder mysteries, and it’s a good one. If the prose is not precisely gripping, the plot is, and the paranormal premise is superbly creepy. Also, the characters are wonderfully fleshed out, which is critical because the..

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REVIEW: WINGS OF AIR – ELIZABETH SCHECHTER

Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team “He has surrendered. He has abdicated and sworn fealty to me, and I have chosen to believe him. For the moment, he is…useful to me. So, I must decide his fate. And it is my decision. Not yours. Not his.”—Wings of Air “Wings..

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REVIEW: Kissing the Wizard: A Shifter’s Unexpected Valentine – Lou Sylvre

Reviewed By Aethena Drake  Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This short story left me wondering where the book series was.  So much information was packed into so few pages, that I felt certain there must be more.  Not yet as far as I can tell, but this Valentine's short certainly has the..

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REVIEW: Domestic Do-over (The Restoration Channel Series Book 1) – Kate McMurray

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Fans of DIY and renovation shows will “flip” over this newest book by Kate McMurray (see what I did there?)  With a premise taken out of popular house flipping shows, this book puts an MM twist on the drama behind the scenes.  Brandon..

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REVIEW: Calypso’s Heart: An Orion’s Order Novel – M.C. Solaris

Reviewed by Xanthe Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Calypso's Heart is an introduction to this world that the author, M.C. Solaris, where humans and species live apart, separated by a barrier that only species can pass through. It makes for a new view of the paranormal world and we meet a lot..

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REVIEW: December Roses – Fiona Glass

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Moody and quietly magical, Fiona Glass’s “December Roses” is a contemporary book set in the fairly recent historical past (mid-1990s); but it feels like a story out of another time entirely. Of course, there are moments when it is.   Sergeant Nathaniel Brook..

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