Paranormal romance

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Shades of Milk and Honey

Shades of Milk and Honey is billed as “the fantasy novel you’ve always wished Jane Austen had written,” and for once, the marketing is right on the money. Jane Ellsworth is the plain sister, but also the talented one. Whereas younger sister Melody has genuine beauty, Jane has the gift of gl ...

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Working Stiffs : An m/m vampire charity romance anthology

Working Stiffs : An m/m vampire charity romance anthology is a collection of thirteen short stories and novellas, and proceeds from sales will go to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.  I generally find anthologies to be a mixed bag and that’s true of Working Stif ...

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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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A Grave Calling

Online Romancelandia has more than once observed the proliferation of painfully good, sweet heroines who could not possibly offend even the most delicate of sensibilities. If you are in the camp that has bemoaned this development, Julie Hall of A Grave Calling will definitely stand out for you. I c ...

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Forever, Again

A couple of years ago while browsing through one of my favorite bookstores I stumbled across a novel by an author I’d never heard of. The book was When, the author Victoria Laurie. I was intrigued by the premise, the novel was on sale and so I bought it, read it and loved it. Naturally, I jumped a ...

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Into This River I Drown

One of my favourite contemporary queer novels, Into This River I Drown definitely covers the big subjects - life, the universe (literally), death, grief, redemption and love. One of the themes - the bond between a beloved father and his son - is presented as an exquisite and eternal one, however, Be ...