Category Archives: 4 butterflies

Review: Demons Like It Hot by Sidney Ayers

Categories: 4 butterflies, demons, netgalley, paranormal, RBR, review, romance, Sidney Ayers
      Demons Like It HotSidney Ayers; Mass Market Paperback, 384 pagesExpected publication: December 1st 2011 by Sourcebooks CasablancaSerah SanGermano runs a successful catering company in a Midwestern town. After she inadvertently helped her friend unleash a legion of demons, she's been trying to hide her own newly discovered powers. Matthias Ambrose, a mysterious demon mercenary sent to protect her, has his own secret— one that will embroil them both in the scandal from hell.- Goodreads on Demons like it HotAhhh, what a gorgeous cover, Read more [...]

Review: How to Worship a Goddess (Forgotten Goddesses #2) by Stephanie Julian

Categories: 4 butterflies, erotica, mythology, netgalley, paranormal, RBR, review, romance
     How to Worship a Goddess (Forgotten Goddesses)Stephanie Julian; Paperback, 384 pagesExpected publication: December 1st 2011 by Sourcebooks CasablancaLucy is the Etruscan goddess of the moon, hunted by a powerful demon. One misstep and he will trap and consume her in his bid to escape the underworld. Lucy has stayed one step ahead of him, but she didn't count on falling for minor league hockey player Brandon Stevenson. John's not one of her worshippers, but he is determined to win over the gorgeous woman who watches him at every game and Read more [...]

Review: Guardian of Time (The Prophecies #2) by Linda Hawley

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, adventure, dystopia, Linda Hawley, paranormal, RBR, review
     Guardian of Time (The Prophecies)Linda Hawley ; Kindle EditionPublished October 26th 2011 by Nouveau PublishingIt’s the near future, and society is government controlled. Technology tracks everyone, personal privacy does not exist, and even food supplies are being monitored. The hope for freedom lies in the operations of an underground organization, GOG, which fights against worldwide oppression. Their most powerful weapon is Ann Torgeson, a paranormally-gifted operative, who unseals The Prophecies with her powers. With the government Read more [...]

Review + Giveaway: The Accidental Activist by Alon Shalev

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, activism, Alon Shalev, book tour, RBR, review, some romance
        The Accidental ActivistAlon Shalev ; Kindle EditionPublished October 22nd 2010 by Three Clover Press (first published October 1st 2010)David meets Goliath in the law courts of England in the 1990's. The advent of the Internet is leveling the playing field as a multinational corporation tries to silence two young political activists in a riveting court case that captivates the political and business world's attention.The company will try anything (sex, espionage, bribery and coercion) to stop or win this case. In fighting the corporation, Read more [...]

Review: Under the Skin by Nicki Bennett, Ariel Tachna @dsp_mm_romance

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, hot romance, lgbt, m/m, netgalley, RBR, review, romance
    Under the SkinNicki Bennett, Ariel Tachna; Paperback, 200 pagesPublished September 5th 2011 by Dreamspinner Press (first published September 4th 2011)Police detective Patrick Flaherty has no illusions about Russian mobster Alexei Boczar, but that doesn't stop his fascination with the bodyguard to one of the most ruthless families in Chicago's growing Eastern European crime community. From the moment Patrick meets Alexei's eyes over the body of another Russian mobster, Alexei is a thorn in Patrick's side, refusing to cooperate with the police Read more [...]

Review: Cage Life by Karin Cox

Categories: 4 butterflies, contemporary, fiction, Karin Cox, RBR, review, short story collection
      Cage LifeKarin Cox; Kindle EditionPublished July 18th 2011 (first published July 17th 2011)What happens when life doesn't turn out as planned? This collection of two evocative stories (each with a surprising twist) explores the choices and compromises we make in life and in love, and how they can trap or liberate us, depending on our mindset. Each story comes with an unexpected twist that makes reading all the way to the end imperative.In "Cage Life," first published by [untitled] in 2010 as "Still Life", a young mum feels like a prisoner Read more [...]