Month: July 2016

Tailored for Trouble by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Posted July 30, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 1 Comment
Tailored for Trouble by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

I’ve never read a Mimi Jean Pamfiloff story before, so I didn’t know what to expect with Tailored for Trouble, but having a slew of hilarious supporting characters, excellent writing, and relatable and real characters it turned out better than I thought. The battle of wills between Bennett Wade and Taylor Reed was so hilarious, steamy, and so […]

Blood of the Earth by Faith Hunter

Posted July 28, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 8 Comments
Blood of the Earth by Faith Hunter

When I started Blood of the Earth my excitement spiked because I knew with a Faith Hunter story I would get a great dose of fantasy and suspense. What I didn’t expect, though, was to end up only liking two characters out of Blood of the Earth and struggling to get through the beginning portion. […]

Blood Cross by Faith Hunter

Posted July 27, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 2 Comments
Blood Cross by Faith Hunter

In my review of Skinwalker I hinted, somewhat, at how I thought that Blood Cross and I wouldn’t get along, but I am glad to say that my assumption was way off the mark; like football field size. In Blood Cross, the 2nd installation of the Jane Yellowrock series, we are given more of an […]

Barbarian Lover by Ruby Dixon

Posted July 23, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 0 Comments
Barbarian Lover by Ruby Dixon

I wasn’t going to write a review on Barbarian Lover because I didn’t think that I had a whole lot to say about it (I seriously need to stop doubting my reactions to any book that happens to be in my hands), but after a day or so went by I couldn’t get its story out […]

Barbarian Alien by Ruby Dixon

Posted July 20, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 6 Comments
Barbarian Alien by Ruby Dixon

Before reading Barbarian Alien, I was seriously on the fence about whether or not I would even read its story, or if I wanted to skip it and move on to book 3 in this series. The reason behind my indecision and my back and forth behavior falls onto one character’s shoulders alone, Liz’s – the heroine […]