Review: Helter Skelter: Tales of Horror by Bryan Cassiday

Categories: 2 butterflies, Bryan Cassiday, horror, occult, paranormal, RBR, review, short story, vampires, zombies
      Helter SkelterBryan Cassiday; Paperback, First, 217 pagesPublished August 1st 2011 by Bryan CassidayEvildoers run riot across the sun-drenched Southern California landscape in Helter Skelter. Zombies, vampires, and other wicked creatures wreak mayhem and carnage in these shocking horror short stories by Bryan Cassiday. Not all of these tales feature supernatural creatures. Some of the evil creatures are human--perhaps the most terrifying creature of all. These stories defy logic, yet they obey their own inexorable logic of fear.The Read more [...]

Review: UN-Forgettable series by C.J. Barry

Categories: 4 butterflies, C.J. Barry, netgalley, RBR, review, romance, sci-fi
Amazon.com Widgets         UN-Forgettable series (Unearthed, Unraveled, Unleashed, Unmasked)C.J. Barry ; Kindle EditionPublished October 3rd 2011 by Carina Press (previously published titles)Tess MacKenzie has always dreamed of taking her place among the stars, but racing through the galaxy is not quite what she had in mind. Cohl Travers needs Tess. Convincing Tess to put her life on hold to help his people is the easy part. Resisting the desire to ask her to stay with him will be much harder...To prove she's worthy of her place at the prestigious Read more [...]

Review: The Vampire Queen’s Servant (Vampire Queen #1) by Joey W. Hill

Categories: bdsm, erotica, femdom, Joey W. Hill, paranormal, review, romance, ROMR, vampires
    The Vampire Queen's Servant (Vampire Queen, Book 1)Joey W. Hill; Kindle Edition, 384 pagesPublished July 3rd 2007 by Berkley"Paranormal erotica from an award-winning author who stands out in a genre known for its out-of-the-ordinary love play."" (Romance Studio) Lady Elyssa Yamato Amaterasu Wentworth is a centuries-old vampire who's been given a new servant-Jacob, a total alpha male unaccustomed to submitting to any woman's wishes. What really binds Jacob to her are not her sensual midnight hungers, but something far more provocative. It Read more [...]

Review: Grip: A Memoir of Fierce Attractions by Nina Hamberg

Categories: 5 butterflies, memoir, Nina Hamberg, RBR
      Grip: A Memoir of Fierce AttractionsNina Hamberg; Paperback, 276 pagesPublished July 20th 2011 by Route One PressSet in San Francisco in the 1970s, Grip: A Memoir of Fierce Attractions is the true story of how a teenager fends off an armed intruder with only her wits, then goes on to become the toughest female martial artist in her karate school and an early advocate for women’s rights. Yet in private this five-foot fighter forms one disastrous relationship with men after another. Ultimately, Nina Hamberg finds her real battle is an Read more [...]

Review: The Loribond (Punch) by Erin Lale

Categories: 3 butterflies, action, adventure, Erin Lale, RBR, review, sci-fi, some romance
   The Loribond (Punch)Erin Lale; Kindle EditionPublished June 17th 2011 by Time YarnsA Time Yarns Universe Book. Punch is a 7 book series in the Time Yarns shared world transmedia universe.Ex-Marine Carla Punch travels to alien space to get over her fear of aliens and succeeds beyond her wildest nightmares. Her life becomes intertwined with the life of the Galactic Emperor, August Xywanda, through their mutual alien friend, Firuun.Carla has more than the usual sort of war trauma to overcome, because Carla is a loribond victim: one of a group Read more [...]

Interview: Christopher Meeks

Categories: book tour, interview
I’m very excited to bring you a fun and informative Q&A with Christopher Meeks, author of Love at Absolute Zero, among others.As you’ve already read yesterday, probably, I loved Love at Absolute Zero, so I thought the joy should be multiplied and shared. Therefore, at the end of this post you’ll find a giveaway of this awesome book, open internationally.About Christoper Meeks:Christopher Meeks began as a playwright and has had three plays produced. Who Lives? A Drama is published. His short stories have been published in Rosebud, The Clackamas Read more [...]