September 21, 2020

DUAL REVIEW: Crafting Category Romance: The Art of Fiction Haiku – Amy Lane

  Reviewed by Charlayne Elizabeth Denney Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team   We’ve all read them, picked up at a grocer’s checkout in the past. Or, like my sister, had a subscription; a box of them would be delivered once a month and I would see her disappear in the bedroom to read...

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REVIEW: BONES OF EARTH -ELIZABETH SCHECHTER

Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team “Alanar cuddled closer and grew heavier in Owyn’s arms as he relaxed into sleep. Owyn lay awake late into the night, staring at the dark ceiling and asking questions that had no answers.”—Bones of Earth It’s unclear to me whether Schechter intended this..

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REVIEW: FORGED IN FIRE – ELIZABETH SCHECHTER

Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team “The price of visions is knowing when your end is coming.”—Forged in Fire “Forged in Fire,” is the second book of the Heir to the Firstborn series. I’ve read and reviewed Book One, “Written in Water,” but you could probably find your way..

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Dual Review! Written in Water – Elizabeth Schechter

  She Said - Sherry Perkins        She Said - Melissa Brus Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team World building can be a challenge for an author. The reasons for it are obvious: you must introduce many concepts that are—sometimes—so foreign from what the reader has previous..

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REVIEW: GRAVES OF RETRIBUTION – LINA GARDINER

Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team “She let out a long, low breath. She’d always assumed her death would be at the hands of a vampire. At least that would have been preferable to burning alive at sunrise.”—Graves of Retribution Jess Vandermire, Vampire Hunter, dunh, dunh, dunh! Some books..

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REVIEW: ALWAYS GRAY IN WINTER – MARK J. ENGELS

Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team “One of the corners of his mouth slowly turned upward. Now he saw the path by which he could set his clan’s course right. By which he could set everything right.”—Always This book has it all: a wheelchair bound CIA operative, anthropomorphism, martial..

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REVIEW: WHEN MOUNTAINS FALL – ROLYNN ANDERSON

Reviewed by Sherry Perkins Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team “He walked close to her, too close. The man broke every private space rule there was.”— When Mountains Fall Rolynn Anderson describes her stories as makeover suspense or transformative challenges. I can see why. Her characters are in the midst of crisis. Their subsequent..

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