Methinks I Need to Safeword

I’m about 3/4 of the way through The Dev­il’s Right Hand by Lilith Saintcrow—3rd of 5 or 6 books in the Dante Valen­tine series—and I don’t think I can take any more. I want to know how the sto­ry ends. I real­ly like some of the char­ac­ters. I just can’t stand the main char­ac­ter! She’s a […]

Review: Selene by Lilith Saintcrow

Selene by Lilith Saint­crowMy review I was just as annoyed with this lit­tle 5‑chapter novel­la as I was by the bit that was in an anthol­o­gy—Hot­ter Than Hell, maybe? We get a good idea of who Selene is, a glimpse of Niko­lai, and lot of Selene being an utter­ly ungrate­ful bitch to him, hot sex, […]

Review: The Watcher Series by Lilith Saintcrow

Mind­heal­er by Lilith Saint­crow My review rat­ing: 3 of 5 starsI’m actu­al­ly review­ing all five of the Watch­er books. They’re quite short—novella length, really—and very much inter­re­lat­ed (espe­cial­ly the first four). I read all of them in about a day and a half, despite doing oth­er things. I do advise tak­ing them all in row, […]

Review: Hotter Than Hell

Hot­ter Than Hell, the lat­est “Hell” anthol­o­gy is edit­ed and has an intro­duc­tion by Kim Har­ri­son. I don’t know if the sex­i­er trend is her choice, a response to mar­ket demands, or some­thing else again. The anthol­o­gy is thick­er than most, with longer pieces–short novellas?–by each of the 13 authors. I read a copy from the […]

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