Category Archives: 4 butterflies

Review: Feeding the Vampire by Jeffe Kennedy

Categories: 4 butterflies, erotica, Jeffe Kennedy, paranormal, post-apocalyptic, power-play (light), RBR, review, vampires
   Feeding the VampireJeffe Kennedy; ebook, 30 pagesPublished August 3rd 2011 by Ellora's CaveThrough good luck and healthy cowardice, Misty has survived the earthquakes that have torn the world apart, but has no skills to speak of. Or so she thinks. She does have blood, and someone must feed the vampire who has offered his protection and strength in exchange for sustenance. Feeding Ivan is a priority, and Misty finally serves a purpose.But when she awakens tied to his bed, an unwilling gift to Ivan from the townspeople, she discovers he has Read more [...]

Review: The Heart of a Killer (The Killer #1) by Jaci Burton

Categories: 4 butterflies, contemporary, Jaci Burton, netgalley, RBR, romance, suspense
    The Heart of a KillerJaci Burton; Mass Market Paperback, 409 pagesPublished October 18th 2011 by MiraBefore the Special Forces hero has even unpacked his bags from twelve years of active duty, he's embroiled in murder—corpses bearing the brutal trademark he's seen only once before—on the worst night of his life.The last time Detective Anna Pallino saw Dante Renaldi, they were in love. Now, he's part of the connection to a string of fresh homicides and a horrible assault Anna only survived thanks to him.More than anything, Anna wants to Read more [...]

Review: The Pirates of Aden by Daniel Rasic

Categories: 4 butterflies, contemporary, Daniel Rasic, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
   The Pirates of AdenDaniel Rasic; Paperback, 464 pagesPublished 2011 by Wings EpressThe Pirates of Aden is the debut novel by Canadian author Daniel Rasic. Released in 2011, it follows Paul Alban, a physician and CIA covert operative working in Somalia. Following the hijacking of a cargo ship, an injured Somali pirate is brought to his clinic for treatment. However, when the hijacking is connected to Paul, his true identity is revealed and he becomes implicated in a dangerous web of terrorism.- GoodreadsThis book surprised me, I will admit. Read more [...]

Review: Trafficked: The Diary of a Sex Slave by Sibel Hodge

Categories: 4 butterflies, drama, fiction, memoir, RBR, review, Sibel Hodge
           Trafficked: The Diary of a Sex SlaveSibel Hodge; Kindle EditionPublished August 6th 2011My name is Elena and I used to be a human being. Now I am a sex slave.If you are reading this diary then I am either dead or I have managed to escape…****Trafficked: The Diary of a Sex Slave is a gritty, gripping, and tear-jerking novella, inspired by real victims’ accounts and research into the sex trafficking underworld.It is estimated that 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year – 80% of these are women Read more [...]

Review: Lord of the Wolfyn (Royal House of Shadows #3) by Jessica Andersen

Categories: 4 butterflies, adult romance, Jessica Andersen, netgalley, paranormal, RBR, review, romance, Royal House of Shadows
   Lord of the WolfynJessica Andersen; Paperback, 282 pagesPublished October 18th 2011 by HarlequinOnce upon a time…the Blood Sorcerer vanquished the kingdom of Elden.To save their children, the queen scattered them to safety and the king filled them with vengeance.Only a magical timepiece connects the four royal heirs…and time is running out.…For practical Reda Weston, nothing could explain how reading a sexy version of "Little Red Riding Hood" catapulted her into another realm—face-to-fang with the legendary wolf-creature who seduced Read more [...]

Review: A Kingdom’s Cost by J.R. Tomlin

Categories: 4 butterflies, fiction, historical, J.R.Tomlin, RBR, review
    A Kingdom's CostJ.R. Tomlin; Kindle EditionPublished April 28th 2011Eighteen-year-old James Douglas can only watch, helpless, as the Scottish freedom fighter, William Wallace, is hanged, drawn, and quartered. Even under the heel of a brutal English conqueror, James's blood-drenched homeland may still have one hope for freedom, the rightful king of the Scots, Robert the Bruce. James swears fealty to the man he believes can lead the fight against English tyranny.The Bruce is soon a fugitive, king in name and nothing more. Scotland is occupied, Read more [...]