Review: I really want to like this series. The dragon genre is completely new for me and I feel this storyline has a lot of potential; but I find the author's style of writing a little annoying. There's a constant rambling and the use of corny catch phrases such as "s***-kickers" or "ass-planted...," would make me roll my eyes each and every time they were used. It could be just me, but you only really need to use the term "s***-kickers" once, thereafter, just say "boots." It seems she's trying rea... Read more
Review: I love Ruby's Dragon series & Ice Planet Barbarians series. Tough guys devoted to their ladies. Heroines with different personalities in each book. Well done character development and low drama romance with plenty of action plot to keep you entertained. And, of course, plenty of steamy sex scenes. This story was no exception, and I'm looking forward to the next story Ruby writes for this series. I'm voting for either Liam or Vann next! Read more
Review: This first book if the series was a little short, but a great start to a series. Although someone needs to watch the kindle editing- lots if typos and missing words. Still, it didn't take away from the fast-paced story line. Read more
Review: Dust of My Wings: Fun read. Premise is that all humans have a bit of the supernatural in them, although the genes are very diluted and every once in a while the genes breed true. Humans and supernatural beings can interbreed. A group of women are friends, they are each other's surrogate family and once a week they meet for drinks in Dante's bar, who considers the women his family and under his protection. One night they are all struck by a strange lightning but no one is electrocuted and the... Read more
Review: This is Bowen and Mari's story and they were hilarious to read about. They are on The Hie each for their own reasons when they encounter each other and Bowen thinks Mari has cast a spell on him that is making him want her because he thinks his only mate died a couple hundred years ago.
This one has a bit of everything passion, magic, adventure, wickedness, and I love the mix of witch and werewolf. The characters are strong and work good together and although I had a love/hate relationship... Read more
Review: This is a delightful novel where two characters falling in love who do not speak the same language.
The immortal heroine, a witch, has been taken hostage by a vicious gang of mortals. They have systematically kidnaped, tortured, and murdered immortals. They stole her powers by placing a magical torque collar around her neck.
SPOILERS: To save a child, the witch is dumped into a dimension that closely resembles Death Valley. Her mission is to lure a big scary vemon (half demon ... Read more
Review: Even though mains are two new characters I enjoyed this very much. Really seems like she is setting up back stories to introduce mates, the hags mate for instance is pretty obvious and possibilities for existing characters we have been waiting so long for. Preferred this one to some of the most recent in the series Read more
Review: I've really enjoyed Ward's books, but this one didn't live up to expectations. I was really looking forward to Assail and Sola's story - more so than many of the others, and this book just did not deliver. Their whole love story was anticlimactic and felt phoned-in. The way Sola behaved throughout much of the book felt out of character. Several things in the story bothered me, but the worst was at the end; Sola's way of being an "equal partner" to Assail didn't take the bad taste out of my mouth... Read more