Paranormal Romance

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Archangel's Prophecy

The continuing story of Raphael, the most powerful archangel in North America and Elena, his human-turned-angel consort, continues with the eleventh volume of Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series, Archangel’s Prophecy. Elena, still getting used to her existence as a blossoming, winged immortal ...

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A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas

Terry Spear continues her Billionaire Wolf series with the story of two doctors falling in love in A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas. Grey wolf physician Dr. Aiden Denali is frustrated in his continued (and currently failing) research into the short lifespan of lupus garous, his specific breed of ...

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The Wolf at Bay

If you haven’t read The Wolf at the Door, the first book in the Big Bad Wolf series, be warned - there are spoilers in this review.  In it, the author introduced readers to a world in which werewolves exist, although humans are largely unaware of them.  I was completely sucked into the suspense ...

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Ravensong

Wolfsong was my favorite book of 2016.  If you haven’t read it, you will be lost reading Ravensong (and there are spoilers in this review).  And if you have read it, I highly recommend you re-read it.  There is zero recap when Ravensong begins. T.J. Klune is a wonderfully talented writer.   ...

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Lock Nut

Lock Nut is the fifth book in this wonderful series about plumber Tom Paretski and now fiancé, private investigator, Phil Morrison. Tom has a slightly quirky paranormal ability which enables him to find things, which often leads them into trouble. However, that is not overly utilised in this episod ...

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Ocean Light

If you're a fan of urban fantasy or paranormal romance, I imagine you're familiar with Nalini Singh's Psy/Changeling series. I discovered it back in 2006, and I've been a devoted fan ever since. Ocean Light is the seventeenth installment, and the second entry in a sort of second story arc called the ...

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Echo Moon

The first two books in Laura Spinella’s Ghost Gifts trilogy of paranormal mysteries introduces readers to Aubrey Ellis, a woman who has been able to communicate with the dead since she was a child.  These novels centre around Aubrey and her husband, a hard-nosed investigative reporter, but in Ech ...

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Midnight Wolf

Apparently I’m late to the party, because Midnight Wolf, the first in the Shifter’s Unbound series that I’ve read is actually number eleven chronologically (not including novellas). Oops? While it definitely seems like paranormals have faded into the general romance backdrop, there are still s ...

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Burn Bright

Long running series eventually (inevitably?) become more about providing fans an opportunity to connect with favorite characters than they are about providing great stories. In Burn Bright, the fifth book in the Alpha and Omega series and fifteenth novel in the general Mercyverse, Briggs delivers a ...

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The Last Wolf

Maria Vale’s The Last Wolf is not at all what I expected. I thought I’d get a fast-paced, spicy shifter romance, much like others I’ve loved. This book, this heroine was unexpected. In all the right ways. Shifters and werewolves are different in this world. A werewolf must turn into a wo ...