“Queen of the Warrior Bees: One misfit girl and 50,000 bees” (Natural Forces Book 1) By Jean Gill

Author Jean Gill has been one of my favorite authors since I read her brilliant historical series The Troubadours Quartet. When she offered an advance copy of “Queen of the Warrior Bees” in return for an honest review I was thrilled. I had no idea what to expect; what I didn’t expect was a book I would fall in love with from the first page. … Continue reading “Queen of the Warrior Bees: One misfit girl and 50,000 bees” (Natural Forces Book 1) By Jean Gill

“The Amulet: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Paul White

I’m a big fan of Paul White’s writing. It’s imaginative and quirky, sometimes terrifying, sometimes humorous, sometimes both simultaneously. I particularly enjoy his novelettes through Electric Eclectic. His writing is sharp and concise while containing all the elements of an enjoyable tale well-told. The Amulet: An Electric Eclectic Book is all that and more. White introduces us to protagonist Mark on the first page. Along … Continue reading “The Amulet: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Paul White

“Miriam’s Hex An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White

Within the first few paragraphs of Paul White’s novelette, Miriam’s Hex, I hated Miriam Chapman. She was the epitome of every nagging wife I’d ever read about. Her husband, Peter, plagued by Miriam’s demands, is a weary hard-working fellow who can’t seem to catch a break. Obviously under-appreciated at work, besieged by his wife’s demands at home, Peter elicits sympathy. What follows is a delightfully … Continue reading “Miriam’s Hex An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White

Shining Ones: Legacy of the Sidhe by Sanna Hines

I was immediately attracted to Shining Ones: Legend of the Sidhe because it is a fantasy that centers around Irish legends and myths. From the first pages where the author, Sanna Hines, provides maps of Ireland and a pronunciation guide for character names I knew I was in for a challenge.     Beginning in Keshcorran, Ireland with the introduction of Bres the Beautiful and Cliodhna … Continue reading Shining Ones: Legacy of the Sidhe by Sanna Hines

“Taken by the Huntsman” by Mistral Dawn

Mistral Dawn’s exciting fantasy takes a sensual look at the fae. This book was not at all what I expected and it definitely caught and held my attention. When Cassie is taken by the Erlking and leader of the Wild Hunt, Caderyn, it is only the beginning of the story of Faerie and the variety of Fae who reside there. The Fae who are loyal … Continue reading “Taken by the Huntsman” by Mistral Dawn

“The Watchmage of Old New York” (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 1) and “Cold Iron” (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 2) by C.A. Sanders

I am re-posting my original review for “The Watchmage of Old New York” by C.A. Sanders for two reasons. First off, if you haven’t read it, it’s FREE on Kindle at the moment. Second, the next book in the Watchmage series, “Cold Iron (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 2)”, is available for pre-order at only $ .99!  I was fortunate enough to read an early ARC of this … Continue reading “The Watchmage of Old New York” (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 1) and “Cold Iron” (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 2) by C.A. Sanders

“A Trick of Fate (The Renaissance Sojourner Series Book 0”) by Kristin Gleeson

A Trick of Fate by Kristin Gleeson My rating: 5 of 5 stars With a combination of language and settings Kristin Gleeson transports the reader back to the 15th century in her beautifully written “A Trick of Fate.” Alys is a young girl left alone when her brother Hal goes to sea and her mother dies. Through an accidental run-in with a noblewoman, her life … Continue reading “A Trick of Fate (The Renaissance Sojourner Series Book 0”) by Kristin Gleeson