October 24, 2020

MENAGE REVIEW: A Friend in the Dark (An Auden & O’Callaghan Mystery Book 1) – Gregory Ashe and C.S. Poe

MENAGE REVIEW She Said - He Said - She Said She Said -  Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team Full Disclosure: I am already a fan of both of these authors before I ever received this book for review.  I was so excited and thought I was ready for..

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REVIEW: THE MYSTERY OF NEVERMORE – C.S. POE

Audio Book Review by Xanthe Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team **Possible spoilers re MC's relationship** This is actually my first book by C.S. Poe and overall, I enjoyed the plot and relationship that developed across the story.  Sebastian finds himself wrapped up in a mystery when he finds a pig's heart in..

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Homemade for the Holidays: Advent 2019 – C.S. Poe, Jenn Moffatt, Dirk Greyson, B.G. Thomas

Reviewer Gloria Lakritz Sr Reviewer and Review Chair Every year Dreamspinner begins the Holiday Season with it’s Advent Calendar full of Holiday stories from its wonderful authors. Thirty Stories all releasing December 1, 2019 I have reviewed five. 5***** Stars Title: Get Lit Author: Kim Fielding Category: Contemporary Romance, Gay, Holiday Romance Pages: 33 I..

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Dual Review: The Mystery of the Bones – C.S. Poe

Dual Review! The Mystery of the Bones (Snow & Winter Book 4) By C.S. Poe REVIEWERS: SHE SAID – GLORIA LAKRITZ / SHE SAID – MELISSA BRUS It’s been a full year since the mystery that brought antique shop owner and part-time amateur sleuth Sebastian Snow together with NYPD homicide detective Calvin Winter. Patience, sanity, and their very..

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New Release Giveaway: Devil Take Me Anthology – Various Authors

New Release Giveaway! Devil Take Me Anthology by Jordan L. Hawk, TA Moore, Ginn Hale, C.S. Poe, Rhys Ford, Jordan Castillo Price 6 Lucky Winners to receive a digital copy of the Devil Take Me Anthology! **Giveaway Open Internationally** Book Blurb: Temptation lurks around every corner in worlds sometimes dark, sometimes lurid. Giving in is both dangerous and satisfying, though..

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