Paranormal Romance

B+
River Of Eden

Despite a few minor problems, Glenna McReynold's River of Eden is a pulse-pounding thrillride, a sensual love story, and a surreal adventure into the mystical unknown, all rolled into one. And this page-turner will hold you in its thrall long after those minor problems are forgotten. Dr. Anni ...

C-
A Stranger's Kiss

What a promising set-up. I've read quite a few paranormal romances where the hero is an angel, fallen or otherwise, and vampire and werewolf heroes are quite common. But this is the first time that I've ever read a romance where the hero is a devil - a real, honest to badness devil. Too bad the stor ...

D
Star Light, Star Bright

It's always something of a gamble when a romance novel contains paranormal elements. They might make a book more memorable than the typical conventional read, but if there are flaws, they tend to be more glaring. Katherine Stone's Star Light, Star Bright has an isolated fantasy aspect and a psycholo ...

B+
A Season of Miracles

Heather Graham manages to weave breathtaking suspense, paranormal happenings, and Christmas magic into a unique and enchanting love story. A Season Of Miracles kept me up late to see what happened next, and how it all turned out. And isn't that what a good book is supposed to do? Jillian Llewelly ...

A-
Bitten

Oooohh, I love a good monster story! Vampires, werewolves, the supernatural, the undead; I just eat them up. If you're like me, and you're always up for some romance served spooky style, Bitten, Kelley Armstrong's first book, is one of the best on the menu this year. Elena Michaels is a werewolf, ...

B
Diamond in the Ruff

Do you like stories with animals? How about stories with a little paranormal element? Stories with likable, honorable characters? If so, Emily Carmichael's Diamond in the Ruff should be right up your alley. Joey DeMato is a successful professional who runs her own wedding planning business. She's ...

B-
After Twilight

Anthology
After Twilight is a paranormal anthology containing a trio of tormented, monster-like heroes. While all the stories have a tendency to indulge in melodramatic phrasing and over-the-top emotions, those who like paranormals, most particularly involving vampires and werewolves, will most likely be ente ...

B
House of Dreams

I don't read scary books. Why? Well, it's simple, really: I'm scared of my own shadow. No, really - I slept with a nightlight for years. In college. So when I tell you that Brenda Joyce's latest novel House of Dreams is really scary, you might want to take it with a grain of salt. But then again, yo ...

B
Out Of This World

Anthology
It's great to have an anthology where the majority of the stories are so good. Even if you're mainly interested in only one of the authors, be sure to check out the stories by J.D. Robb, Laurell K. Hamilton, and Susan Krinard. Hamilton fans should be aware, however, that the Anita Blake story is act ...

C+
A Light on the Veranda

The heroine of A Light on the Veranda is a busy girl - she moves from New York to Mississippi, switches careers, starts to fall in love, deals with her horrid mother and ex-fiancé, and must face the tragic events in the life of her long-dead namesake. While the paranormal aspects in this book, whic ...