Bloody Fool For Love

by William Ritter My rating: 4 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon This was a fun and interesting prequel about Spike, Drusilla, and Darla. I really liked getting more information on them without the need to involve the titular BtVS characters, Buffy and Angel. We get to meet a lot of new, unique characters... Continue Reading →

We Interrupt This Program

by Lynda Lyons My rating: 3 of 5 stars I have to admit I wasn’t entirely sure where the plot was going through a good portion of the book. I felt sort of dropped into the middle of events that had already started. This might be because this book is the second of a series,... Continue Reading →

The Flying Mermaid

by Eule Grey My rating: 3 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon This novella is part of a series but can be read as a standalone. Despite that, I feel like I might not appreciate this story as well without having a better understanding of the world. The entire book is told as if... Continue Reading →

Restrained Desires

by Katherine McIntyre My rating: 3 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I have some mixed feelings about this one. I loved the overall plot and characters. I don't think it was executed as well as it could have been. For the most part, the interactions between the two main characters were enjoyable, but... Continue Reading →

Indigo: Blues

by Adrian J. Smith My rating: 2 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon There was a lot of potential here, but I don't think the story really flowed smoothly. There were way too many moments where characters would suddenly be acting differently than their established personalities only to revert back. These moments didn't have... Continue Reading →

Exclusive

by Melissa Brayden My rating: 2 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I have to admit, I was actually kind of bored through a large chunk of this book. It just felt like it dragged and was a bit repetitive in terms of just showing how "lovey-dovey" the two main characters were. I think... Continue Reading →

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