Book Review: Vampire Mine (Love at Stake #10)

This book takes us back to the Scottish warriors. But instead of hooking up with a mortal, this one falls for … an angel? Hmmm. I’m not sure how excited I am that this series has taken on an angel. I don’t want to see it morph into a heaven vs hell story. This book […]

Book Review: Eat Prey Love (Love at Stake #9)

This corny vampire series continues in book 9, when Shana’s sister Caitlyn comes for her nephew’s birthday party and gets thrust into a world she never imagined. She instantly falls in love with Carlos, a jaguar shape-shifter trying to save his species from extinction. But in order to do that, he must marry and have […]

My New Favorite Scifi Series: Sense8

I have a new all-time favorite science fiction series. Snese8, which I binge watched over the last week-and-a-half on Netflix, has ousted Babylon 5 from the coveted #1 spot that it held in my heart for over 15 years. J. Michael Straczynski had a hand in both, and there are some similarities in what I […]

The Vampire and the Virgin (Love at Stake, #8)

Book 8 in the Love at Stake series gives us another male vampire and female mortal with a gift — this time she’s an empath and human lie detector. Apparently she’s a virgin because no man has ever been completely honest to her. So of course she decides to get together with a vampire who […]

TV Review: Orphan Black Season 1

Orphan Black begins with Sarah, a troubled woman with an abusive ex-boyfriend she’s trying to shake and a daughter she’s trying to get custody of. She needs money, and she’s not exactly afraid to use illegal means to get it. But she doesn’t even know what trouble is yet … In the subway, Sarah sees […]

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  BLURB: When longtime courtroom rivals Rachel Richards and Brady Craft get appointed to the bench in Bourbon Springs, Kentucky, tempers flare as they are forced to share chambers. Working closely with the obstinate-yet-sexy Brady is not an attractive idea to Rachel—although she has to admit that Brady himself is pretty damned attractive. Rachel doesn’t […]

Movie Review: San Andreas

Sometimes simplicity works. And that’s what this disaster movie was: simplicity itself. A geologist has been studying ways to predict earthquakes. Her prediction method works and … holy cow, the big one’s coming! Now she has to dodge multiple pre-shocks as she tries frantically to reach her step-daughter and save her. That’s it. That’s what […]

Book Review: Secret Life of a Vampire (Love at Stake, #6)

The undead son of Cassinova has quite a reputation to live up to! Jack meets Lara when he throws a bachelor party for Ian and things get a bit out of control. Lara, a police officer, is called to the disturbance. It shouldn’t have been a big deal. All Jack had to do was erase […]

Movie Review: Avengers Age of Ultron

This movie contained some laugh-out-loud one-liners. I particularly liked Hawkeye saying, “The city is flying and we’re fighting an army of robots. And I have a bow and arrow. Nothing makes sense.” Indeed. Nothing made sense. Honestly, the movie was long, dull, and ridiculous. The plot was thin, the character development almost painful (especially the […]