Bound by Devon McCormack

4.5 Stars (4.5 / 5)

Not as packed with sex as Clipped, but with a higher quota of action, Bound is still the Devon McCormack we all learned to love.

In this second installment, two storylines collide: We’ve got a devastated Kinzer who doesn’t believe he’ll ever find love again, and the mortal Maggie. They team up on the hunt for the Christ and meet the questionable Hayde. Kinzer discovers that maybe all hope is not lost.

Also, Treycore is on his quest to save Kid who, as we remember, was kidnapped and sent to the bowels of hell, courtesy of Vera, Trey’s ex-girlfriend. He finds an unusual ally, Eilee, a beautiful angel and yet another one of Treycore’s exes. Together, they descend into hell and battle God’s earlier creations to get to Kid and save him from Vera’s clutches.

Before I start, I will clarify that I’m already pressuring Mr. McCormack to publish the third installment. Sooner than as soon as possible.

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Escape the Night by Richard North Patterson

3 Stars (3 / 5)

A somewhat intriguing plot pulls you into the strange mind of a traumatized amnesiac; portraying interesting characters and the rivalries that tie them together, Mr. Patterson does a good job. However, the background and the development of the characters, deter from the main plotline resulting in a sometimes too long book.

Mr. Patterson introduces us to Peter Carey, a man surrounded by blank memories of a tragedy and the recurring nightmares that are barely accurate, who lost his father at an early age because of a horrific accident. As the past intertwines with the present Peter finds himself in the middle of a strange conspiracy that threatens his father’s legacy and his own life; Peter will have to remember and remember fast, overcome his amnesia if he cares to survive.

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Mistress On Her Knees by Anastasia Vitsky

4 Stars (4 / 5)

With appraisable smoothness, Ms. Vitsky constructs the present and then takes us to the past of a relationship with lasting consequences.

Ten years ago, Trinity broke Graciela’s heart, left her Mistress and became a Domme. Fast forward to the present and, as Trinity finds herself in a crisis, she reluctantly calls Graciela for help. Graciela offers temporary shelter, but when Trinity breaks under Graciela’s anger and begs forgiveness, Graciela wavers. They struggle with an opportunity to love again if they can regain trust and get a second chance.

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Cover Reveal: My Zombie Boyfriend by T. Strange

On April 15th 2015, Ms. Strange releases her first full length novel a paranormal romance M/M called My Zombie Boyfriend. She already published a few books with Torquere Press, such as the beautiful Amber.

We also had a publishing anniversary about a year ago. You can find the celebration here.

When not writing, T. Strange enjoys gardening, spending time with her horse, and, of course, reading. T. lives in Canada with her wife, surrounded by pets. Or so I’ve heard :)

The absolutely lovely Ms. Strange can be found on the internet, just by clicking one of these links:

Blogger http://tqstrange.blogspot.ca/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tq.strange
Twitter https://twitter.com/TqStrange
Tsu https://www.tsu.co/T_Strange
Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3334999.T_Strange
Amazon http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00DX6YGW6
Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/tqstrange/
Torquere: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=index&manufacturers_id=464
Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+TStrange/posts
Tumblr http://tqstrange.tumblr.com/

Without further ado, I give you My Zombie Boyfriend’s cover. Enjoy!

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The Commitment Test by Amanda Aksel

3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)

With the same formula as the first book in the series, Ms. Aksel’s second book doesn’t fall short. Just as ingenious and cute, its flowing prose makes for another easy and quick read.

Marin wants a proposal and a ring, and that’s all she wants. When it doesn’t come when she expects it she isn’t sure it’s ever going to come. When all her friends start moving forward she sets up a plan to get James to propose. And it seems to be working up until her college boyfriend shows up and Marin has to choose between the life she wants and the man she wants.

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Cover Reveal: The Commitment Test by Amanda Aksel

On February 4th Ms. Amanda Aksel releases the second book on the “The Marin Test” series. You can find the review for the first book, The Man Test, right here.

Amanda Aksel is an author with an affinity for love. Becoming a couple’s therapist was her “backup” career, and after completing her BA in Psychology she was on her way to solving love’s most complicated quandaries one couple at a time. Now she plans to solve love’s most complicated quandaries one novel at a time.

If you wish to contact her, she is really cool, and you can find her here:

Website: www.amandaaksel.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/amandaaksel
Twitter: @amandaaksel
Instagram: http://instagram.com/amandaaksel

Today, however, we get to look at the cover for her new book, The Commitment Test.

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