January 26, 2020

Ménage Review: Hellion – Rhys Ford

Ménage Review! Hellion (415 Ink Book 3) By Rhys Ford REVIEWERS: SHE SAID – GLORIA LAKRITZ / SHE SAID – MELISSA BRUS / HE SAID - Ulysses Dietz From the moment SFPD Detective Ruan Nicholls meets Ivo Rogers, he knows the tattoo artist is going to bring chaos to his neat, orderly life. A hellion down to the..

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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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REVIEW: DEVIL TAKE ME – JORDAN L. HAWK, JORDAN CASTILLO PRICE, RHYS FORD, T.A. MOORE, C.S. POE, & GINN HALE

Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team This anthology is focused on the idea of what happens when you make a deal with the devil.  These six talented authors each take their own twist on that theme to take the reader on a sometimes really dark, always twisting, occasionally sexy, journey..

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Review: Savior – Rhys Ford

Reviewed by Ulysses Dietz Member of The Paranormal Guild Review Team The “415 Ink” series touches tangentially on both of Rhys Ford’s other San Francisco-based series, the Cole McGinnis books, and the Sinner’s Gin books. Here again we focus on a group of young gay and bisexual men who have bonded together as a family...

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Review: Sin and Tonic – Rhys Ford

Reviewed by: Ulysses Dietz Member of The Paranormal Guild Review Team The seventh and final installment of the saga of Miki and the Morgans is killer. In every meaning of the word. Over the course of these seven books, Ford’s post-modern Punk operatic style has grown more eloquent and sharply honed. It is always over the..

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Review: Once Upon a Wolf – Rhys Ford

Reviewed by: Linda Tonis Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team Gibson Keller has lived his life in the past years for his older brother Ellis. Since Ellis returned from fighting for his country he has refused to return to his human form and remains a wolf. Gibson is the only one in the family..

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Review: Rebel – Rhys Ford

Reviewed by: Ulysses Dietz Member of The Paranormal Guild Review Team Oh, boy. Rhys Ford is back in full throttle, with what I suspect is the start of a new series, linked peripherally to the Cole McGinnis books through the tattoo shop, 415 Ink. Ford’s roiling, sometimes stream-of-consciousness writing is both mesmerizing and assaulting. So..

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