The Monster, Mayhem, & Magical Love (Peter Pan Man #3)

Lawrence H Sola (Black Rose Writing)

| Reviewed by Cristina Prescott

The Monster, Mayhem, & Magical Love is the third entry in the Peter Pan Man series by Lawrence H. Sola and it is a mesmerizing romance littered with intrigue and surprising moments.Larry is an author who is researching his next book. After an interview with Carla Kimbrel, a journalist from a reputable book magazine, he gets the inspiration he needs for his next novel. But everything takes a sudden and unexpected turn when a doctor who has been his fiancée’s ex-boyfriend hints at a leakage of a virus from a bioweapons lab that...

Getting to Forever: Book Three KinkLink series

Tara Eldana (Independently published)

| Reviewed by Christian Fernandez

Action, drama, and sizzling romance meld in this spellbinding third entry in the KinkLink series. Amanda (Mandy) Gilchrist's life has been rocked in mysterious ways by David ''Hack Varetti.'' When he is laid off from work, she is determined to do anything in her power to help him, but this time, she'll make sure to hold him accountable. Hack is in trouble but he is not one to go down without a fight. He is poised against a powerful enemy and is out to destroy a drug trafficking ring. Will he be able to get his life back in order and take care o...

Finally Florida

Lynn Monahan (Self Published)

| Reviewed by Morgan Amos

Victoria Bench and Peter Clark are in the honeymoon phase of their relationship when suddenly, everything changes, and Victoria finds herself living in Florida as a housewife without the ring in Lynn Monahan's . Victoria and Peter met online, dated for six months, and then Peter abruptly called the relationship off, leaving Victoria wondering where things went wrong. She found out he cheated. As with any relationship, there are highs and lows, and after patching things up sometime later, Victoria agrees to uproot her life, leaving fam...

Desert Phoenix—Inspired by a True Story

Suzette Bruggeman (Skinny Leg Press)

| Reviewed by Cristina Prescott

Desert Phoenix—Inspired by a True Story by Suzette Bruggeman is a poignant narrative that is as psychologically disturbing as it is emotionally rich. It follows the story of a woman forced into prostitution and her journey to finding love and inner freedom. She has known love and innocence as a child, but after losing her family to yellow fever, Tempa is forced into prostitution as a girl. Hers is a hard world where drugs, alcoholism, and depression are a constant for her. While she enjoys literature, hers is a world without that luxury,&n...

But Do You Love Me with Locura?

Sharon Steeber (Atmosphere Press)

| Reviewed by Morgan Amos

Can a couple's love transcend time, family traditions, loyalties, and a willingness to compromise with each other regardless of the cost? Author Sharon Steeber's But Do You Love Me With Locura explores this question by introducing readers to a complex and beautiful love story between Rosie Logan and Doctor Juan Ramón Villaseñor. Rosie is from California. She is visiting Cuernavaca in Mexico to learn Spanish. While there, she meets Doctor Villaseñor. They develop a friendship, which progresses to a relationship, thus causing them...

Blood Relations - A New World

Glenn Stevens (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Hugely imaginative and utterly captivating, Blood Relations: A New World by Glenn Stevens is a masterful blend of paranormal romance and fantasy. Eros is an alien who crash-lands on the planet earth. The Earth is different from his planet in many ways and he marvels at how humans can generate their own heat. He is taken in by a woman whose daughter is dying. Moved by affection for Camellia, he heals her, and in so doing makes another startling discovery. Her blood is warm and it nourishes him. As Camellia falls deeply in love with the alien, he...

Spring Song

Cassia Hall (Fantasia Lyrica)

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Spring Song by Cassia Hall is a romantic fantasy, a breezy, delightful read, the first novella in the Seasons Cycle, and a tale with an irresistible appeal to fans of LGBTQ+. The House of Silveria is preparing for the Spring Song festival, a spotlight moment of the year, and it is here that Heinregard first notices Clayten. He is Aunt Viraya’s best tenor. Heinregard is more than enthralled, but going after Clayten puts a lot at stake. What ensures is a rollicking ride of romance set against the backdrop of a magical world, so vividly drawn it p...

Long Enough to Love You

Kirsten Pursell (Atmosphere Press)

| Reviewed by Morgan Amos

''Love can be uniquely beautiful in its most raw, honest, and emotional way.'' Jenn embarks on an unforgettable journey as she fights to find and reignite the vibrant and free-spirited person she once was. She discovers that divorce doesn't mean the end as she reunites with her first love, who helps her to find the love and passion that lay dormant inside of her in author Kirsten Pursell's Long Enough to Love You. This book is a romantic, appealing read where the character stays true to herself and is steadfast with what she wants des...

At the Chameleon, Turn

Victoria Carisimo (Grech Jewellers)

| Reviewed by Cristina Prescott

In At the Chameleon, Turn by Victoria Carisimo, a celebrity must re-invent himself to win the heart of a woman he loves. This heartwarming, compelling contemporary romance follows Ethan Farrell, a famed movie star and a man who easily gets the attention, not only of the media but of women. While on a trip to Adelaide, Australia, he meets midwife, Ariel Lubian, at a hospital charity event, and his attraction to her is immediate. But winning her heart isn't going to be easy, especially when someone is determined to spread rumors about him. Follow...

Mango Blood

Maryvonne Fent (BookBaby)

| Reviewed by James Farlow

Mango Blood by Maryvonne Fent is the sequel to The 35¢ Dowry. After following Stefan to India, Minouche's life is transformed in far many ways than she could ever have imagined. Now married, the couple pursues different passions. Stefan studies at Madras University while Minouche studies Indian dance. Fascinated by an ancient Indian musical instrument called the veena, she decides to get a degree in ethnomusicology. Her marriage and academic endeavors are threatened when she chooses to help Laila, the daughter of a Brahmin, to retake control of...

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