• Review: Red Zone Boys of Fall

    Ms Carr does it again with this totally believable story. It’s part of a series about small town Texas, the love of a football coach and falling in love, even when it seems unlikely. This story is fantastic as it goes from two men wanting the same woman...

  • Review: Required Surrender Trust In Me, #3

    I love Riley Murphy's Surrender series and Required Surrender is no exception. I've waited for Jo and Ted's story since their intro in the last book. It was clear that Jo was going to be a quite a challenge. The story builds piece by piece until you have...

  • Review: Perception Emotional Chains, #2

    I didn't realize that this wasn’t the first book in the series until I got to about chapter 2 or 3, that being said I was still able to understand what was going on. In reality this book is like three in one. You have Zoe and Oliver, Kira and Drew, and...

  • Review: With Tongue and Teeth Outlaw MC Book 4

    In this fourth installment of the Outlaw MC series we see the gang continuing to fight against the oppression of their government. At the beginning of this book Romeo, who we've seen a lot in past books, gets caught having sex with a man. This is a crime...

  • Review: Mercy Bound

    Guilty Pleasure Alert! There was no sudden leap into bed for these two. If anything, the mishap that triggered his mating heat is the only thing that got them together. Honor kept Dray from pursuing Mercy, and Dray kept Mercy from pursuing him. Thank...

  • Review: Clay's Quest Hawk Point Romances, #3

    This sweet story is a quick read that explores the heartbreak of infertility and its effect on a relationship. Clay’s ingenious solution is both self-serving and practical and provides delightfully spicy interludes. I wasn’t thrilled about the relationship...

  • Review: Perilous Promises Hawk Point Romances, #2

    This intriguing contemporary romance gives a glimpse of some of the issues regarding mining and its impact on both the environment and the local economy. The counterpoint of the difficult emotional impact of dealing with a potentially fatal ailment and...

  • Review: French Tart Naughty Ladies of Nice Book 1

    Doni is beautiful, talented and did I mention a chef. Well she is and wants to run her own restaurant. The problem is because she is beautiful and a woman no one will take her serious. Her family has offered many times to help but she is an adult and...

  • Review: French Delights Naughty Ladies of Nice Book 2

    This is a good summer weight novella; it is the second book in the Naughty Ladies of Nice series by Ms. Taylor. It is not necessary to read the first book in order to read this novella. It took me about an hour to read.   The heroine, Lisette Hugo,...

  • Review: French Tart Naughty Ladies of Nice Book 1

    Socialite Donatienne "Dona" Dubois is trying to prove herself to her father and the world by taking a high-end cooking class in France. Her father, who doesn't trust his daughter to stay out of trouble, hires Mark Edwards (aka Sebastien Reinard), the...

  • Review: Daniel's Dream Men of Charlestown, #3

    I found Daniel's Dream to be a very sweet story and, reading it, wanted to take Daniel out of the pages and hug him. This part of their story is just the right length - touching on a couple points and how the men (and Daniel) handle them without being...

  • Review: Take A Chance On Love Hawk Point Romances, #1

    This contemporary romance has some interesting insights on a service that has pretty far-reaching implications and was thought-provoking. The trials and tribulations of a small business owner added to the pressures of single-parenting make the heroine...

  • Article: British Characters are Sexier! by Marina Anderson

    I think that British characters may seem sexier because in general British people are nowhere near as outgoing and upfront as American ones, or those from other European countries. They are definitely not as immediately open and don’t show their...

  • Review: Wrong Room Accidental Pleasures, #1

    This was my first book from this author and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. I couldn't put this book down!! I thought it had a good flow to it which made for an easy read. I hope to see more from this author.

  • Review: Secrets from the Edge

    The world of snowboarding is the interesting backdrop of this book. Keith Williams was a rising star when a serious injury took him out of the game. He lost his confidence and most of his friends. Keith has been training again though and dreams of getting...

  • Review: Sleigh Ride Minnesota Christmas, Book 2

    Another charming installement in this wonderful Christmas series. Arthur has ended a long term relationship that was built on friendship not love. Despite that he is still feeling the loss. His mother pushes him to start working on a local fund raising...

  • Review: Carnal Innocence Carnal series, #2

    Raised in a Think Tank superstructure, Callie finally has a chance at freedom but when the escape attempt goes horribly wrong she has no choice but to rely on a stranger in this sizzling paranormal romance. Nate is unprepared for the cyclone that is Callie...

  • Review: Wolf's Princess After the Crash, #7

    Maddy Barone finishes up her futuristic paranormal series with this fantastic finale. It was wonderful catching up with so many characters I'd already met and watching all loose ends become tied up. the conclusion was well done not rushed or contrived...

  • Article: The Indigo Lounge Series by Zara Cox + Giveaway

    Night Owl Reviews - How did you come up with the concept of the Indigo Lounge? Zara Cox: I’m often asked this question by readers. I’d like to say the answer was a simple one, that it came to me like a bolt of lightning. It didn’t. I...

  • Article: Free Read: Command Me by Geneva Lee

    Free, normal price $4.99 Command Me - Royals Saga, #1 When he kissed me, I was shocked. He was a stranger and still so familiar. It wasn't until I woke up to my picture splashed on the cover of tabloids that I realized I knew who he was. Prince Alexander...

  • Review: Reluctant Surrender Trust In Me, #2

    Wow, just wow! Reluctant Surrender is everything I hoped for and more. I was thoroughly enchanted by Reclaimed Surrender and had very high expectations for this story. Ms. Murphy did not disappoint. There is a vibe throughout this story that just enthralls...

  • Review: Bear With Me Kalispell Shifters, #7

    Bear With Me gets 5 stars! What would you do if your son had Autism? Our heroine, Hannah Morrison (human) was in desperate need of help for her son. So she relocates and tries to track down the father in Kalispell. What will she find? Bear McWilliams...

  • Review: Reclaimed Surrender Trust In Me, #1

    Magnificent! This is an emotional story. Alexis and Rene’s marriage is crumbling. Alexis is a workaholic and Rene is so very angry. They were happy until about 6 months ago when Rene broke her trust. Now if they do not do something soon there marriage...

  • Article: Building a World Without Infringing by Cecilia Tan

    They say there's nothing new under the sun--in fact, it was Shakespeare who said it, which just goes to show how long an idea can stick around if people like your writing. The question that is asked so often in this age of "remix culture" and...

  • Review: So Wrong It's Good

    20 year old Lake has only ever been with one guy, but her ex-military step brother, Reese, makes her feels things she's never felt before. Reese's recent marriage was over before it even began. But going through a divorce opens his eyes to Lake and the...

  • Review: Holly of Dark Haven Truckee Wolves, #3

    This short story is the third in Ms McBride’s Truckee Wolf Pack series. It was also part of a Dark Haven anthology. That being said, you don’t have to read any previous stories to enjoy this one. However, you will jump right in with fast paced action...

  • Review: A Kiss for Luck

    "A Kiss for Luck" by Kele Moon has a little of everything. There is heartbreak, jealousy, humor, and hot sex.pretty impressive for a short story. Jackson and Clara are two characters I really like. Each is full of insecurities, while appearing...

  • Review: The Confession The Body Work Trilogy, #3

    The Confession is the third book in The Body Works Trilogy by Sierra Kincade. This is a book that is best read as part of the trilogy and not as a standalone. Anna Rossi walked away from Alec the one man she loved. However walking away did not stop her...

  • Review: Baby Doll

    Camellia Thomas is at a point where she wants to make changes in her life. She walked away from the man she loved and became a model and now regrets it. She still loves the man she left and wonders how she can change her life and get a second chance at...

  • Review: Balls and Chains Outlaw MC Book 6

    Balls and Chains is the sixth book in the Outlaw MC series by James Cox. While this book is part of a series, it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel with ease. The MC’s of Mars are fighting against the corrupt government and the archaic rules....

  • Review: Lost Boy The Piston Book 1

    Lost Boy is the first book in The Piston series by Angelique Voisen. Jordan Lewis was Gabriel Rhodes submissive until for an unknown reason, Gabriel uncollared him. It left Jordan in pieces and it took five years for Jordan to put his heart back together....

  • Review: Alpha Coder Geek Pack Book 1

    Alpha Coder is the first book in the Geek Pack series by Kathryn Sparrow. Liam Reed is the second son of an Alpha werewolf. He never expected to be an alpha but when his brother dies, he takes control of the pack. Liam is a man who would rather be in...

  • Article: Writing What You Don’t Know – Interwebs vs. Sources by Sarah Leyton

    “You can find anything on the internet these days,” so says basically everyone. And they’re right. You can find anything online. The question isn’t if you can find the info you’re looking for but if it’s correct. Today...

  • Review: Bitter Bite

    This intriguing and erotic paranormal romance has deliciously compelling characters who struggle against the sizzling attraction that forms the basis for a ménage a trois. The danger that accompanies the attentions of the vampire Alaric adds to the tension...

  • Review: Behavior Problem Outlaw MC Book 3

    This is the third book in the MC Outlaw series. It's an interesting plot line that is set on the planet Mars. The society there is ruled by men and women are used only for breeding. The government is very rigid and many crimes are punishable by death....

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Julie Ann Walker

    Tammie King here. Today I had the chance to interview Julie Ann Walker. She has a couple successful series already. Hell or High Water (The Deep Six, #1) starts a new series and released on 7/7. On 9/1 Too Hard to Handle - Black Knights Inc., #8 releases....

  • Review: Quinn's Gambit AURA, #1

    I'm always on the lookout for new paranormal/UF series and I was excited to come across this one. So happy that it did not disappoint. Val is a fae who was once a battle prince and is now an investigator with the AURA. He's out of sorts in our world and...

  • Review: Fueled by Lust: Makar and Baruch

    I’m all for two men and these two especially. They have a synergy that is at times funny and others scary. And they are just what the doctor ordered for Keely. Pun intended. Dr. Keely Anderson has been chasing smoke and it’s starting to mess with her...

  • Review: Every Inch of the Way The Professor's Rule

    The story has grown so much since the first book. We see more maturity in characters and more growth in the plot. Here we see James come in his own more but I believe he is misinterpreting the actions of the Professor. This does cause him to go off and...

  • Review: Targeted Brides of the Kindred, #15

    I always ask myself how the author can keep writing this series and each book be that good, yet she does it every time. This is book 15 and I recommend you start at the beginning, as there is a background story that resides in each book. You could probably...

  • Review: The Enticement The Submissive Trilogy, #3

    What makes this book begin to have us go further into Abbe and Nathaniel is that we have gotten to a point where we feel safe in their relationship and now the waters are getting muddled. Tara Sue Me is adding a new dimension to the marriage of Abbe and...

  • Review: Branded The Rogues, #1

    Tolcan is a cog in the machine that has overtaken Earth. Humans are hunted, the men used as labor and the women used to help the Rogue species build their numbers. Relationships between the species are forbidden. When Tolcan sees Greta for the first time,...

  • Review: Bewitching The Alpha Hex My Heart, #3

    Everyone has at one time or another thought about a what if moment. Witch Ember has regrets over how she ended things abruptly with alpha werewolf Julian. Finally, Ember decided after the long separation to confront Julian. What will she do? Will he forgive...

  • Review: Knight of Ocean Avenue A Love in Laguna Novel

    I was delighted to learn that Tara Lain was starting a new contemporary m/m romance series because I adore the way she presents the conflicts that her characters face. The sadly prevalent issues facing those who chose to love someone of the same sex are...

  • Review: Hardy The Skulls, #12

    Oh Yes, I loved it! It is a testament to Sam Crescent's talented writing that she could make me like someone who cheated, so it means something when I say how much I enjoyed every page. Anyone who has read the Skulls will be familiar with Hardy and Rose...

  • Review: Sins of Long Ago Nocturne, #2

    What would you do if falling in true love cursed you to go insane? Genevieve Birch was tired of her lonely existence and wanted to take a chance. The guy she lusted after was a werewolf. What was a lonely witch to do? Would you continue to date him and...

  • Review: Crosstown Crush A Sins In the City Novel, #1

    Complex is the best word I can think of to describe this book. Mike and Samira are married, happily so. They almost weren’t because of Mike’s kink, but he told all before they married so Samira was able to choose if this was something that she could deal...

  • Review: Tyger, Tyger Burning Bright Orion, #1

    Tyger, Tyger Burning Bright is a semi-short read, a little over 100 pages. It’s set in the distant future with the perfect setting for erotic futuristic fiction. Lions and Tigers and Bears… Oh mine! The hero Tyron’s half man and half beast, and by the...

  • Article: Cole McCade on How Anonymity Can Be Rewarding and Difficult

    I think the hardest part of anonymity is just trying to be myself. There’s a running joke among people who know me in real life, that Cole McCade is Batman while the real me is Bruce Wayne. It’s actually a little backwards; the real me is...

  • Review: Midnight Thunder Thunder Mountain Brotherhood

    It’s always fun to find a romance that is filled with hunky guys, a heartwarming story, and enough loose threads that there will be more tales to follow. This Harlequin Blaze book meets all three criteria, plus it has a couple of four-footed characters...

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