Review: Ghost Crown by Gates & Keel

Ghost Crown by J. Gabriel Gates & Charlene Keel
Series: The Tracks (# 2)
Release Date: June 5, 2012
Publisher:  HCI Teens
Pages: 441
Source:  Publisher

A priceless mystical treasure, a dark secret order, and a vengeful fallen angel—forces collide as the battle for Middleburg continues . . .

For gang members Raphael and Ignacio, plans for the homecoming dance are almost as harrowing as their recent victory against the demonic forces that threaten their town.


Review: She Shifters anthology

She Shifters anthology edited by Delilah Devlin
Release Date: July 10, 2012
Publisher:  Cleis Press
Pages: 217
Source:  Publisher

The idea of shapeshifters—beings both human and animal—ignites our imaginations with visions of primal passions and insatiable hungers. Most commonly seen as dark, masculine demons, shapeshifters are in need of a metaphysical overhaul—a new feminine/Sapphic blending of physical power and inescapable desires. She Shifters re-envision common and not-so-common myths and deliver a fresh perspective from the storytellers.


Review: Dark Territory by J. Gabriel Gates & Charlene Keel

Dark Territory by J. Gabriel Gates/Charlene Keel
Series:  The Tracks (# 1)
Release Date: July 1, 2011
Publisher:  HCI Teens
Pages: 504
Source:  Publisher

Star-crossed Love, martial arts, and supernatural evil meet at the abandoned tracks in the deceptively quaint town of Middleburg…When Ignacio Torrez moved from the rough streets of Los Angeles to a small town dead smack in the middle of nowhere, he never expected to find himself in the midst of a gang war.


Review: Inamorata by Margaret Ethridge

Inamorata by Margaret Ethridge
Series: Paramour (# 2)
Release Date: June 3, 2012
Publisher:  Turquoise Morning Press
Pages: 238
Source:  Publisher

After twenty-five years of cooling his jets in a wall sconce, Frank DeLuca figured the afterlife owed him a break. Hadn’t he been a model ghost? He didn’t possess little kids, screw up the television reception, or throw random objects across the room just to get attention. Hell, he never even made creepy noises in the dead of night.


Review: The Fall of Rain by Renee Vincent

The Fall of Rain by Renee Vincent
Series: The Emerald Isle Trilogy (# 3)
Release Date: November 23, 2011
Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
Page Count: 250
Source: ebook provided by the author

Leif Dæganssen, an archeologist from Norway, is determined to trace back his Scandinavian roots as far as the Dark Ages and find proof of their existence on the Emerald Isle. After several years of living off the west coast of Ireland, he finally uncovers an ancient artifact—an intricately decorated chest with pagan carvings—buried beneath the very porch of his coastal cottage.


Review: Chasing her Trail by Keri Ford

Chasing Her Trail by Keri Ford
Series: Uninhibited in Apple Trail, Arkansas (# 5)
Release Date: November 9th, 2011
Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
Page Count: 97
Source: eBook from publisher

Jessie McBride barely survived the unexpected death of her loving parents. Forced to fend for herself with few people to depend on while raising her younger cousin, Jessie learned to be self-sufficient. She kept a few friends close and pushed the rest of the world away, along with that helpless, dependent girl she was once.


Review: The Other Life by Ellen Meister

The Other Life trade paperback cover
The Other Life by Ellen Meister
Release Date: December, 6 2011
Publisher: Penguin Group
Page Count: 353
Source: book provided by the publisher

What if you could return to the road not taken?
Happily married with a young son and another child on the way, Quinn Braverman has the perfect life. She also has an ominous secret. Every time she makes a major life decision, she knows an alternative reality exists in which she made the opposite choice-not only that, she knows how to cross over.


Review: Anathema by Megg Jensen

Anathema by Megg Jensen
Release Date: February 5, 2011
Series: The Cloud Prophet Trilogy (# 1)
Publisher: Darkside Publishing
Page Count: 206
Source: Print Copy for Review

Forget prophecy. Make your own destiny.

Sheltered from the outside world with no hope for escape, slave girl Reychel dreads her fifteenth birthday – when her master’s symbol is burned on the back of her bald scalp. Her best friend disappears the night before, leaving her to face the branding ceremony alone.


Review: Wanna Get Lucky? By Deborah Coonts

Wanna Get Lucky? by Deborah Coonts
Series: A Lucky O’Toole Vegas Adventure (# 1)
Release Date: May 11, 2010
Publisher: Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC
Page Count: 425
Source: book provided by the publisher

A young woman plunges from a Las Vegas sightseeing helicopter, landing in the Pirate’s lagoon in front of the Treasure Island Hotel in the middle of the 8:30 Pirate Show. Almost everyone writes her off as another Vegas victim.

But Lucky O’Toole smells a rat.


Review: Sexting the Limits by Remy Richards

Sexting the Limits by Remy Richards
Release Date: October 7, 2011
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Page Count: 63
Source: eBook provided by the publisher

Celeste Benning lost her phone—the lifeline that connects her to everything social. Luckily, she’s able to retrace her steps and find not just her phone, but a hot bartender who leaves her head spinning and a mystery man who sends her sexy text messages that leave her phone smoking. When a gorgeous woman comes into his bar looking for her phone, Grant is only too happy to save the day…and ask her to go out with him the next night.