Mini Reviews: M/M Paranormal/Urban Fantasy – A Queer Trade, Rag and Bone, Priddy’s Tale

Mini Reviews: M/M Paranormal/Urban Fantasy – A Queer Trade, Rag and Bone, Priddy’s Tale

In A Queer Trade, a warlock's papers get accidentally thrown out, and his apprentice tries to get them back from the waste man before they can cause magical chaos. In Rag & Bone, magic practitioner Crispin and waste-man Ned start looking into strange deaths of rag and bottle shop workers when no one else bothers to. In Priddy's Tale, a lonely young man working in a lighthouse rescues someone from...
 
Short Story Review: Three (Triad Blood Book 0.5) by ‘Nathan Burgoine

Short Story Review: Three (Triad Blood Book 0.5) by ‘Nathan Burgoine

Luc, a vampire, and Anders, an incubus, are both alone without a coterie or pack to keep them safe. When they both go for the same prey on one of the few nights they're able to hunt without being harassed by others of their own kind, they decide to work together, and they end up finding a chance at freedom neither of them realized they could...
 
Updates & Info: The Weekly Update (11)

Updates & Info: The Weekly Update (11)

Happy late Thanksgiving/unofficial start of the holiday season to everyone! Did everyone have a good Thanksgiving? Did everyone survive Black Friday without being trampled? Did anyone actually go out at midnight on Thanksgiving? (Don't even get me started about that. Pretty soon Black Friday will be starting in August.) I actually did not even leave the house on Friday. No thank you, mobs. I'm...
 
Short Story Review: Feed the Flames (Steel & Stone Book 3.5) by Annette Marie

Short Story Review: Feed the Flames (Steel & Stone Book 3.5) by Annette Marie

Seiya and Lyre were captured and taken prisoner before Piper and Ash made it out of the Overworld and are trapped. Seiya now has to trust and rely on Lyre, even though trusting people is not her forte, if she wants to escape to safety and find her brother. She finds out, however, that there may more a lot more to Lyre than she previously...