September 27, 2020

Review: Surviving the Shadows – Miranda Turner

Review by (Xanthe) Reviewer for The Paranormal Romance Guild What a fantastic sequel to book one in this urban fantasy series. Miranda Turner has carried on the superb story line that follows two men and their team as they fight for the side of Light against Dark and look to stop paranormal occurrences/events. The series..

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REVIEW: ALL CITY – ALEX DiFRANCESCO

Reviewed by Linda Tonis Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team    The city is expecting a superstorm named Bernice. It’s no surprise, because in reality that seems to happen all the time, New Orleans, Puerto Rico ,and countless other cities and states left in rubble, cars floating in water, boats sitting in front yards, been..

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Review: Sunkissed Feathers and Severed Ties – Kellie Doherty

Review By Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team “The woman’s piercing gaze seemed to fill Misti’s vision as her crafting washed over Misti like cold water. She yelled as pain shuddered through her, eyes watering from shock. Try as she might, Misti couldn’t free herself from this woman’s grasp. Couldn’t lift her..

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Review: One in Between – Roe Horvat

Reviewed by Gloria Lakritz Sr. Reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild Warning: Gay erotic short story; contains explicit scenes and sexual encounters between more than two partners. For adult readers only. Our author has started this series as erotic romance.  We started this with The Other, next Adam Only and now this quick..

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Review: Kept in the Dark – Charlie Cochet

Review by Gloria Lakritz Sr Reviewer and Review Chair A new series for Ms. Cochet a slam dunk at keeping up with what she does best!  A new series written just for us! THIRDS, her first series was strongly acclaimed in the writing community where we followed a paranormal military theme. For those who follow..

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Review: Anhaga – Lisa Henry

Review By Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team “Of course, he’d always had problems differentiating between the people he’d like to punch and the people he’d like to fuck. They were so often the same people.”—Anhaga ***             That’s a sentiment we’ve all likely experienced, but one Aramin Decourcey experiences more than..

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