March 3, 2021

REVIEW: Desires of a Monster – Roe Horvat

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Oy. Beauty and the beast, but both more complex and simpler. More complex in that the demon—sole survivor of a violent, cruel race of creatures—is “just” a demon. No handsome prince transformed by witchcraft. Known only as the Dark Rider, he has lived..

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DUAL REVIEW: Cash in Hand – T.A. Moore

DUAL REVIEW He Said - She Said   He Said Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Casper Davies has just sent his daughter Ellie off to summer camp for a couple of weeks, when his ex, Arcady Abascal, shows up to ask him a favor. This is doubly awkward..

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REVIEW: Blood That Binds: A Vampire Romance (Blood Legends Duet) – Melissa Winters

Reviewed by Xanthe  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This is my first story from Melissa Winters and I found myself drawn in by how dark the vampirism starts out and the plot that unfolds. Everything goes at quite a good pace so there’s always something coming that keeps you interested in the..

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REVIEW: Secrets of the Ravine – Brenda Whiteside

Review by Sylvia A Reddom  Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team    If you love skeletons and new love, you will be entranced by this one. Old love, a potential new one, and a dead body do not go together under any circumstances—unless it is your life and this is happening right in your..

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REVIEW: The Inside Edge – Ashlyn Kane

Reviewed By Aethena Drake  Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This book was fun to read!  I have been missing hockey, traveling to Las Vegas, and conversations with just a dash of snark.  I got a chance to enjoy all of those things while reading this book.  The author does a wonderful job..

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Extra Release Week Review: Bound (Chinatown Demons Book One) – Rhys Ford

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz  Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team This is a lot of fun, and there was a sense of “oh goody, a new series!” thrumming through me as I read it. For all that there is some blood-letting (where would Rhys Ford be without it?), there’s also more of a..

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