Review: Opening Up: A Guide to Creating and Sustaining Open Relationships by Tristan Taormino

Open­ing Up: A Guide to Cre­at­ing and Sus­tain­ing Open Rela­tion­ships by Tris­tan Taormi­no My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars I have to be hon­est. When I ini­tial­ly heard about Open­ing Up by Tris­tan Taormi­no, it was in asso­ci­a­tion with some­one I can’t stand, and I child­ish­ly let that asso­ci­a­tion col­or my impres­sion of the book. I […]

Review: Bonobo Handshake: A Memoir of Love and Adventure in the Congo by Vanessa Woods

Bonobo Hand­shake: A Mem­oir of Love and Adven­ture in the Con­go by Vanes­sa Woods My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I near­ly put this book down after the first chap­ter because I want­ed to learn about Bono­bos, not atroc­i­ties in the Con­go. I stuck with it because it was the most inter­est­ing of the audio­books that were […]

Review: Bleeding Out by Jes Battis

Bleed­ing Out by Jes Bat­tis My rat­ing: 2 of 5 stars Woof, I made it. I was­n’t sure that I would, as this nov­el start­ed out nor­mal­ly and devolved into a stream-of-con­s­cious­­ness mess. I was seri­ous­ly moti­vat­ed to keep going, though, because I read the rest of the series and this is the last book in it. […]

Review: Endgame by Ann Aguirre

Endgame by Ann Aguirre My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Endgame is the final book in the Sir­an­tha Jax series, accord­ing to Aguirre, and it def­i­nite­ly shows. Every­thing gets wrapped up very sat­is­fac­to­ri­ly. Noth­ing new is intro­duced. Jax’s rela­tion­ships with March and Vel are both expand­ed in a delight­ful man­ner, and I love the way that […]

Review: Gunmetal Magic by Ilona Andrews

Gun­metal Mag­ic by Ilona Andrews My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I’m fair­ly sure that I missed a Kate Daniels book because I don’t recall some of the events referred to in this book. That annoys me, and I’ll have to go back and read what­ev­er the last one was out of order now. It’ll be […]

Book Review: In Session by M.J. Rose

In Ses­sion: Dr. Mor­gan Snow with Steve Berry’s Cot­ton Mal­one, Lee Child’s Jack Reach­er & Bar­ry Eisler’s John Rain by M.J. Rose My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I’ve nev­er read any­thing by any of these authors before, so my per­spec­tive on this piece is prob­a­bly going to be skewed com­pared to that of most readers/listeners. […]

Review: Forever Werewolf/Moon Kissed

For­ev­er Were­wolf: For­ev­er Werewolf\Moon Kissed by Michele Hauf My rat­ing: 1 of 5 stars Full dis­clo­sure: I was giv­en a copy of this book to review. I’m glad I did­n’t buy it. I imag­ine I might have been harsh­er. In For­ev­er Were­wolf, Tryst is just deliv­er­ing a pack­age to Wulf­siege on behalf of his father’s security […]

Review: Reese by Lori Handeland

Reese by Lori Han­de­land My rat­ing: 3 of 5 stars And now for some­thing COMPLETELY dif­fer­ent. Yes, this book is out of char­ac­ter for me, but I like Lori Han­de­land, and since I received a free copy I felt oblig­at­ed to read it and write a review. I’m keep­ing the fact that it is a western […]

Review: This Case Is Gonna Kill Me by Phillipa Bornikova

This Case Is Gonna Kill Me by Philli­pa Borniko­va My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars This book was an unex­pect­ed delight. Lawyers? Meh. Even lawyers with para­nor­mal spice.  But Lin­net Ellery is no ordi­nary lawyer, even for a young lawyer in a White Fang law firm. She has no end of back­bone and smarts, not to mention […]

Review: Face Off by Mark del Franco

Face Off by Mark Del Fran­co My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I went back and forth on the rat­ing for this book but final­ly set­tled on a four. I hon­est­ly found all the con­flict to be exhaust­ing and unpleas­ant, but it was very real­is­ti­cal­ly writ­ten and I cer­tain­ly felt con­nect­ed to Black­stone. I decid­ed that […]

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