Monthly Archives: May 2011


The Life and Times of Delila Blog Tour: Guest Post with Lindsay Klug

The Life and Times of Delila Blog Tour: Guest Post with Lindsay Klug

“Strong Story, Weak Heroine…” Have you ever read a blurb on the back cover of a book or a website and chewed your lip in anticipation? Something like: When Riley woke up, blood trickling down her nose and hands tied behind her, she hardly expected to look up and be greeted by the most handsome man she’d ever seen. And when Max turns out to be a vampire assassin, he becomes even hotter. But as Riley quickly discovers, being the […]



Mini Review: Date with Death by Eve Langlais

Mini Review: Date with Death by Eve Langlais

A sexy and witty novella that will heat up your afternoon! Marigold is just an “ordinary” witch trying to create a potion to get rid of her much hated freckles when she receives a visit from a very sexy stranger named Mictain, who claims to be reaper for Satan himself. Mari is totally dumbfounded by the gorgeous man in her home and instead of fearing this man who has come to take her soul into the Underworld, she invites him […]


Review: The Life and Times of Delila by Lindsay Klug

Review: The Life and Times of Delila by Lindsay Klug

An action packed story of love, redemption and betrayal! As a vampire, Delila lives life, alongside her maker Alaric for centuries. Delila has everything: the looks, the brains and money, but it’s her ability to tune into human emotions sets her apart from all other vampires. She’s loved and lost and vowed to keep that vulnerable part of her buried deep within until she meets Eli, a werewolf that sparks an interest in Delila she thought long gone. There’s a […]


Hard Day’s Knight Blog Tour: Guest Post with John Hartness & Giveaway

Hard Day’s Knight Blog Tour: Guest Post with John Hartness & Giveaway

It’s my turn in hosting a stop on the Hard Day’s Knight Blog Tour!  Join me in welcoming author John Hartness to Romancing the Darkside for a guest post and a chance to win your own copy of Hard Day’s Knight! _______________________________________________________________________________ Geek Love – Romance in Hard Day’s Knight by John G. Hartness This could probably be a pretty short post. I could just say “there isn’t any” and leave it at that, but that wouldn’t be true. I […]



Review: Hard Day’s Knight by John Hartness

Review: Hard Day’s Knight by John Hartness

A pleasant surprise from the usual dark, sexy, brooding vampires! Jimmy Black and Greg Knightwood are not your usual private investigators, they also happen to be vampires and best friends. When Jimmy is kidnapped by a young teen seeking his help from a witch’s curse, he and Greg find themselves on a new case. They soon learn they are not just up against a single young witch, but a darker and more sinister plot to unleash evil…for this battle they […]


Cover Reveal: Lothaire by Kresley Cole

Cover Reveal: Lothaire by Kresley Cole

THE REVEAL…   Lothaire by Kresley Cole From the humblest of beginnings a millennia ago, Lothaire the Enemy of Old rose to power, becoming the most feared and evil vampire in the immortal world. Driven by his past, he will not rest until he captures the vampire Horde’s crown for himself. The discovery of his Bride, the female meant only for him, threatens to derail his plot. Elizabeth Peirce is a mere mortal, a glaring vulnerability for a male with […]


Review: Forever Vampire by Michele Hauf

Review: Forever Vampire by Michele Hauf

He might sparkle but he’s no Edward Cullen! Born a pure-blood vampire, Valiant was taken from his parents as a newborn and raised in Faery to hate his own kind. When he leaves Faery in search of his father’s whereabouts, Vail is welcomed into his uncle Rhys’ home. Vail’s family is far from normal: he’s a vampire who hates his own and is addicted to “faery dust,” his uncle is married to his mother (who Vail has never met) and […]


Review: Spirit Dances by C.E. Murphy

Review: Spirit Dances by C.E. Murphy

An original and addictive urban fantasy! Joanne Walker is a police detective that also has abilities as a shaman healer. Her roles as warrior and healer are constantly tested in her profession, sometimes putting her at war with herself. When she’s given a pair of tickets to a Native American dance performance as a thank you, Joanne reluctantly invites her boss Morrison who she has some kind of feelings for, to join her. Joanne finally has a grasp on her […]


Early Review: Takedown by Stacey Kennedy

Early Review: Takedown by Stacey Kennedy

Hot! Hot! Hot! Wyatt Tanning is a law enforcement official who’s latest case sends him to the Castillo Resort on the beautiful island of Turks and Caicos. As a US Marshall, Wyatt doesn’t have a lot of time on his hands for romance and has enlisted the help of Madame Eve, a matchmaker in Vegas, in his quest for love. When his case hits a dead end, Wyatt decides to enjoy a night off and heads on over to the […]


Early Review: The Girl In the Steel Corset by Kady Cross

Early Review: The Girl In the Steel Corset by Kady Cross

A sexy, young female Jekyll & Hyde! Finley Jayne is a young, sixteen year old girl trying to find her place in Victorian Steampunk England. Although she seems like any ordinary girl her age, Finley has a dark side that she keeps hidden deep inside, only unleashed when angered or provoked. While fleeing from the advances of her employer, Finley accidentally runs into Griffin King, someone just as unusual as her and who surprisingly has a calming effect on her […]



Review: The Strange Case of Finley Jayne by Kady Cross

Review: The Strange Case of Finley Jayne by Kady Cross

A glimpse into the fascinating and dangerous world of Finley Jayne! In THE STRANGE CASE OF FINLEY JAYNE, we are introduced to the heroine of the highly anticipated The Girl in the Steel Corset. We follow her into her new position as a companion to Phoebe, a young debutante who has recently become engaged to a much older and wealthy inventor, Lord Vincent. As time passes, Finley begins to bond with Phoebe, forming a close friendship and questioning the eccentric Lord […]