Sci-Fi Romance

The first futuristic romance to be marketed by a mainstream romance publisher, Jayne Ann Krentz’s Sweet Starfire, was published in 1986 and was a “classic road trip romance” that just happened to be set in a separate galaxy. This genre has become more popular since 2000. Krentz attributes the popularity of this romance genre to the fact that the novels “are, at heart, classic historical romances that just happen to be set on other worlds.”

5.0
31 Aug

Release Blitz / Review: Deacon by Kit Rocha

Dystopian

The passion sparking between them can’t be denied, but neither can the vengeance barreling toward Deacon. But first, he has to convince Ana not to follow him straight into hell.

5.0
15 Jul

Review and Giveaway: Who We Truly Are by Victoria Sue

Excerpts

Talon’s deadly abilities are spiraling out of control. Desperate to keep Finn safe, Talon struggles to protect the man he loves with all his heart, and not become the greatest risk to Finn’s life.

4.0
25 Feb

Review: Sevan by Mandy M. Roth

Novella

Destiny lies along an uncharted course… He just needs to find a way to keep her safe on her own planet before he can keep her for eternity.

5.0
19 Dec

Review: Illusion Town by Jayne Castle

Paranormal Romance

A new adventure begins on Harmony…
With its opulent casinos and hotels, the desert city of Illusion Town is totally unique—and will take you on a thrill ride you’ll never forget.

5.0
13 Dec

Release Blitz / Review: Beyond Surrender by Kit Rocha

Romance

She’s the heart of O’Kane liquor.
He’s the brains of the revolution.

5.0
13 Dec

Review: Born of Legend by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Romance

Ushara Altaan has spent her entire life hating the Andarion royal house. She is sworn to end the existence of any royal she finds. But when Dagger saves her son’s life, she is torn between her people and a debt that can never be repaid.

5.0
28 Nov

Review: Inseparable by Auryn Hadley

Romance

The vote is cast. Parliament agrees. The Black Blades are no more… to bad someone forgot to tell them that the Black Blades are inseparable!

5.0
28 Nov

Review: Defiance by Auryn Hadley

Sci-Fi Romance

High in the mountains of Anglia, Sal and Cyno face an impossible mission. It’s the kind of mission that will get them killed.
To convince the king and his council that yes, a woman really can be a soldier, she’s going to have to make her own rules.

5.0
04 Jun

Review: Beyond Ecstasy by Kit Rocha

BDSM Romance

The only thing more shocking than the dark, dangerous pleasure Hawk and Jeni discover is how right it feels. But falling in love is even more reckless when forever is far from guaranteed. Because they aren’t just at war, they’re out of time—and every breath could be their last.

5.0
30 May

Review: Enigma: What Lies Beneath by Ditter Kellen

Paranormal Romance

Hauke awakens after an underwater explosion, strapped to a bed and on his way to a site known as Area 51. His only hope for survival lies in Abbie Sutherland, the beautiful doctor that saved his life. Amidst a deadly virus that’s impossible to stop, and a corrupt Government putting a price on their heads, Hauke and Abbie run for their lives, uncovering conspiracies, deceptions, and a love that won’t be denied.

4.0
27 May

Review: Command Decision: Project Gliese 581g by S.E. Smith

Action & Adventure

In a world gone crazy, it is often the humans who are at fault, seeking answers to questions we are not yet ready to understand… Take a trip into the outer reaches of the galaxy into a battle of good vs. evil… where love still shines through.

4.0
20 May

Blog Tour / Review: Paige’s Warriors (Bondmates, Book 3) by Ann Mayburn

Author Spotlights

Commander Trenzent & Rell Thantos, old political enemies will have to find a way to get past their anger and work together to protect Paige against an unknown enemy who is determined to keep the women of Earth out of the Bel’Tan Galaxy forever.

5.0
09 May

Release Blitz / Review: Instinctual by Auryn Hadley

Promo Blitz

Their secret is out. The world knows the Black Blades aren’t human. They’re so good because of their alien ancestry, because of what humans made them to be! The only problem? It’s starting to look like their own side agrees with the enemy. To keep their unit from being disbanded and sent back into slavery, they have to stop the Emperor’s bribe. Eight of them aren’t enough. Their only hope is to rely upon the humans they’ve learned not to trust, but things are never black and white.

4.0
15 Apr

Review: Cyborg Pleasure by Cathryn Cade

Romance

In space, there are even more ways to lose your lover… She lost everything . . . She’ll do anything to get it all back . . . Now on her own, she must take over The Pleasure Palace casino, home to hookers, gamblers and rogues. But one or all of them want her dead including a cyborg who looks eerily like her dead husband.

5.0
14 Apr

Review: Bring Me to Ruin by Tess Rider

Dystopian

“You and he are fated to love. Nothing in this universe can stand between that kind of attraction. It crosses time, space and everything else in between… Love is a force of nature.”