Book Review: The Wolves of Daos 5 by Rebecca James

The wolves of Daos 5 by Rebecca James

Blurb: Michael has wrestled with anxiety his entire life, and finding out he’s half-werewolf doesn’t help matters. When bond-mate, Quinn, takes Michael to the werewolf colony, Michael finds more surprises in store for him, and some may be more than he can handle. Title: The Wolves of Daos 5 Author: Rebecca James Genre: Sci-fi, Paranormal, Romance Publisher: Rebecca James Release Date: September 24,2016 Format: eBook Pages: 195 Source: Indigo Marketing...

Book Review: All the King’s Men by Alex Powell

All The King's Men by Alex Powell

Blurb: Fox is a mindnet hacker, and works for the mysterious man known only as King. He spends his time uncovering dangerous secrets and releasing them to the public. But those who cause trouble are bound to attract, and despite their precautions King is taken prisoner by an unknown government. And if Fox is going to save him, he’s going to need help—help that comes from the very last place...

Book Review: Tantalus by Albert Nothlit

Blurb: In the aftermath of a nasty fight after being jumped by four youths, faced with a mother desperate to get rid of the son she’s ashamed of, Kyle is forced to leave home to take up an apprenticeship he doesn’t want and can’t wait to be finished with. On another planet. Upon arrival, though, a nasty surprise awaits. The position he was hired for no longer exists and he’s...

Book Review: Second Skin by Alex Whitehall

SYNOPSIS: When Jay heads to the university’s learning center for help with his math class, he doesn’t expect his tutor to be tall, dark, and handsome. But Roswell is all that and more, and their instant connection over cult movies, books, and TV shows quickly evolves into dating. That’s when things get tricky. Roswell might claim he doesn’t have issues with Jay being trans, but when he’s constantly insisting they...

Book Review: Wandering Star by K.M. Penemue

SYNOPSIS: Zane and Sixia are Jacks, meaning they’ll take on almost any job, though most of their time is spent running cargo and hunting bounties across space. While on Venus, they take on a job well outside the usual: deliver Isais, a slave, to his waiting master. The job comes with explicit instructions not to treat Isais like a person, but it’s not long before Zane finds himself enjoying Isais’s...

Book Review: At the Edges by Alden Lila Reedy

BLURB: Joan and her starship crew are in the business of slaves—specifically, rescuing as many as possible from the oppressive Empire. After dropping off their latest passengers and resupplying, Joan and her second-in-command, Luana, decide to ferry out citizens looking to escape imperial clutches. It means they risk taking on spies, but when the first meeting goes well, they decide to chance it. But a trip that starts well soon...

Book Review: Dust On The Wing by Parker Foye

SYNOPSIS: Captain Tam spends his life travelling through space on his beloved ship, the Paradigm Princess, and he likes nothing better than being alone with the horizon. However, when a routine stop on his favourite planet brings an unexpected new crew member, he breaks routine and agrees to take her on board—because if Tam plays this through, the powerful Marquis will owe him a favour. Surely that’s worth a detour....

Book Review: Blood and Clockwork by Katey Hawthorne

Blurb: Alistair Click set out to lay to rest the superstitious fears about the Mad Prince’s clockwork tower. If that meant he might bring the ghost city of Avalonia back to economic life, connecting the western kingdoms once again, so much the better. So what if no adventurer who’d entered the tower in the last century of desolation had ever re-emerged? They didn’t have his skill and wit. He could...