Monday, December 31, 2012

Top Five Paranormal M/M Books of 2012

To celebrate the New Year, I am posting my top five paranormal picks for 2012 - in no particular order. January 1st through 6th, I will be featuring each of these books during the New Year's Blog Hop. So check back for each post to see if you agree with my choices!

Many thanks to the authors who donate a free copy for one lucky winner. Please use the Rafflecopter option to enter a chance to win these books.

Lasha’s Top Five Paranormal M/M Books for 2012:  

A Reason to Believe by Diana Copland  
A Chip in His Shoulder (Falling Sky #1) by LA Witt*  
Pocket-Sized Prince by Stormy Glenn  
Wake Me Up Inside by Cardeno C.  
Accepting the Impossible (Guide to Armageddon #1) by Gabrielle Evans

Honorable Mention: Choices by Penny Brandon

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*Published in 2011, I read it in 2012.  

Monday, December 24, 2012

Guest Author Charlie Richards: Jared

I'd like to welcome eXtasy Books author Charlie Richards to the site. Her Wolves of Stone Ridge series is one of my auto-buy reads when I need my shifter fix.

To celebrate her new release in the Kontra's Menagerie series called Silver-Tipped Justice, she is offering up a free copy when it's published on January 1st. Please leave your name and email in the comments if you'd like to be entered into the contest.

As an added bonus, my favorite character from Goading the Enforcer (WSR #6) has graciously agreed to an interview. I'd like to welcome Jared to our site...but beware, you never know what's going to come out of this guy's mouth! Read at your own risk. *g*

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Charlie: I’ve had a number of readers ask me for more about the ex-assassin Jared Templeton. To give them what they want, I’ve convinced him to join me today for a short interview. Jared, thank you for coming.

Jared: Let’s make it quick. I told Carson I’d be home in time to help trim the tree.

Charlie: Of course. Speaking of Carson, in your opinion, what was the most important factor that led to you accepting him as your mate?

Jared: Raul’s jibe about me not having friends really made me think, not to mention watching my sister get married. Meeting Carson felt kinda like getting a second chance. Besides, he’s fucking hot and knows how to please. Moving my base of operations wasn’t that big a deal.

Charlie: Your base of operations? So does that mean you have or have not given up being an assassin?

Jared: If we run across people working with the scientists and they’re shooting at us, I kill them. Many would call that war. Semantics.

Charlie: Does taking human life ever bother you?

Jared: Not anymore.

Charlie: Does that fact ever bother you?

Jared: No. There are some humans out there that are imbalanced, sadistic, and dangerous and should not be allowed to breed. Just think, now that I’m mated to a shifter, I have several hundred years to remove them from society should I happen to run across them.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Upcoming Events...

With the holiday season upon us, Lasha's Reviews will be going on a mini-hiatus after the New Year (it's called vacation!) While I won't be doing any reviews during that time period, I will be involved in Carrie Ann's New Year's Blog Hop from January 1st - 6th.

During this hop I will be unveiling my Top Five M/M Paranormal Books of 2012 and offering them up in a special giveaway via Rafflecopter. (Just a hint of my choices: spirited vampires, sexy shifter and gorgeous psychics are all on the list!) So check back January 1st for my picks and the free books.

In the next week, I will be featuring an interview with author Charlie Richards (Wolves of Stone Ridge series) and in mid-January J.L. Merrow. So lots of fun stuff coming up. And while the site might be slowing down for the holidays, be sure to check in at least once a week to see what's new.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Happy Holidays!

The winner of the Purrfectly Giftastic Giveaway is...Juliana.

I will email you your books. Enjoy and have a wonderful holiday season everyone who stopped by. Next big giveaway is New Year's!

Purrrfectly Giftastic Day #4: Z. Allora

It is the last day of the Purrrfectly Giftastic Blog Hop. Thank you for stopping by! Our last featured holiday book is Z. Allora's The Dark Angels: Happy Hanukkah.

Please use Rafflecopter to enter the contest. Winner will be announced 12/18/12.


What do you get when you cross a hot rock and roll band with a bag of sex toys? The Dark Angels: Happy Hanukkah.

What do kinky sex toys and Hanukkah have to do with each other? Absolutely nothing unless you're a member of the famous rock band The Dark Angels and the quiet Robin presents his band members with gifts guaranteed to spice up the holidays! Each couple makes the most of these unique gifts blending love and orgasmic fun to REALLY celebrate the festival of lights. As the band is playing with their toys, Andrew and Zack are still circling each other without resolution. Maybe a present from the fairy keyboard player will get them in the right frame of mind.

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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Purrrfectly Giftastic Day #3: Mary Calmes

Day three of the hop and to celebrate The Blog Hop Spot's Christmas festivities, we are featuring Mary Calmes book, Cherish Your Name. A lovely holiday novel in the Warder series.

To win a copy (along with the three other books), please use the Rafflecopter link at the bottom of this post.


Malic Sunden is in hell—only not literally... yet. As a warder, Malic is used to fighting demons and squaring off against all kinds of creatures from the pit, but this year he’s facing a new and terrifying prospect: Christmas holidays with his much-younger boyfriend and his family.

He loves Dylan, his hearth, but Dylan’s parents, the Shaws, are another story. They think Malic is a cradle-robber, among other things. At least their neighbor, Brad, seems to like him. Then again, maybe not. When Malic gets offered to a demon who wipes his memory of everything but Dylan’s name, it will take all Malic has to escape his new life in a hell dimension and return to the man he calls home.

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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Purrrfectly Giftastic Day #2: Diana DeRicci

It's day two of The Blog Hop Spot's Christmas hop. Today we welcome Diana DeRicci and her new holiday book What I See In You.

Please use the Rafflecopter option to enter the contest to win a copy of this book and the others.


Can the Grinch of Arbor Heights be won over by a man who believes in Cupid?

Kennedy has no use for holidays, and suffers through the pageantry. When Angel moves to town to be closer to his brother, Cupid strikes in a big way. Before he knows it, Kennedy is being courted, chased, and wooed. Angel is determined to open Kennedy's heart and isn't above using the spirit of the holidays to crack the wall surrounding it. But no one said Kennedy had to make it easy for his angel....

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Friday, December 14, 2012

Purrrfectly Giftastic Day #1: Kari Gregg

To celebrate The Blog Hop Spot's Christmas hop, today we are featuring Kari Gregg's holiday book, I Don't: A Christmas Wish. (Even though I normally don't review non-paranormal books, I've read this one and loved it! A great Christmas story.)

To win a copy of this I Don't (along with three others), please use the Rafflecopter link at the bottom of this post.


At least he isn’t pregnant.

Seth Murphy campaigned for Maryland’s Question Six, wildly celebrating the Election Day victory for marriage equality. Divorce attorney and live-in boyfriend Owen, however, believes just as passionately that the gay community should focus on a plurality of equal rights protections instead of allocating so many resources and man-hours to one hot button issue.

Owen won’t marry Seth.

Relationship deteriorating, the couple visits the Murphy farm outside Brunswick for Christmas. Seth’s family never considered that Seth and Owen wouldn’t be first in line for a marriage license as soon as same-sex marriage passed. When they find out there won’t be a wedding, their season of miracles is invaded by pornographic gingerbread cookies, frowning church ladies, and a determined father with a tactical assault shotgun.

Neither Seth, Owen, nor their love may survive the family holiday circus to say, “I don’t.”

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Chrismas Blog Hop News

Season's Greetings! The BlogHopSpot is hosting a special holiday hop and Lasha's Paranormal M/M Book Reviews is happy to be apart of the festivities. To celebrate, we are temporarily going to suspend the paranormal aspect of the site and focus on holiday cheer. Specifically, we are going to feature a book a day during the hop to culminate in a prize giveaway on December 18th via Rafflecopter.

So, be sure and check out each day of the hop as we sneak a peak into each book that is being offered up in the contest. (Please note that the only way to enter the contest is via Rafflecopter. Leaving comments under each post will not enter you into the contest! You must use Rafflecopter link to enter. Scroll to bottom of this post for Rafflecopter image.)

This is the schedule for the hop:

December 14th - Kari Gregg's I Don't: A Christmas Wish
December 15th - Diana DeRicci's What I See In You
December 16th - Mary Calmes' Cherish Your Name (Warder series)
December 17th - Z. Allora's Dark Angels: Happy Hanukkah

I hope you will come back each day and check out these great holiday stories. And please go to BlogHopSpot as 140+ other authors are also celebrating this Christmas season with great gifts! The fun starts December 14th-17th!

I've listed the other authors participating in the hop, after the break. They are listed via genre and heat ratings!

Happy Holidays!

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Feature Author Spotlight: Lou Harper

Welcome to the Feature Author Spotlight on Lasha's Paranormal M/M Reviews. In this piece, we are going to highlight one author and their new book. (If you'd like to be featured, please email me privately).

First up is multi-talented author and artist, Lou Harper. Some of her books include: Tomfoolery, Seduction, Last Stop and her newest release Dead in L.A. (L.A. Paranormal).  

To celebrate her new novel, she is offering up a copy of the book. Please leave your name and email in a comment, if you'd like to be entered into the contest.  

And to wet your appetite, here's the blurb for Dead in L.A.:

Trouble comes in deceptive packages

Still recovering from an accident that left him emotionally and physically battered, Jon's goal is to lead a simple life, free of complications and attachments. His new roommate—a happy-go-lucky bookworm—seems to fit into his plans fine at first. He doesn't find out till later that Leander's also a psychic, specializing in finding lost pets. Jon's a skeptic when it comes to the supernatural, so he's convinced Leander's a nut job.

Jon's beliefs are challenged when Leander has to track down a missing teenager and he ropes Jon into assisting him. Soon the two of them are knee-deep in a decades-old murder case. The hills and valleys of the City of Angels hold many buried secrets, and Leander has a knack for finding them.

Jon's hopes for a trouble-free life go out the window as he's drawn deeper into Leander's psychic sleuthing. Digging into the past poses many dangers, but the biggest risk Jon faces is putting his bruised heart on the line.

Warning: Men loving men, skeletons, and an unlucky Chihuahua.

Monday, December 03, 2012

Guest Author Marcy Jacks: An Interview

I'd like to welcome Siren author Marcy Jacks to the site. Her DeWitt's Pack series has a new edition to the series called Mason Returns to His Mate that was published on November 27, 2012.

To mark the date of this new release, Marcy's characters Corey and James from the first installment, The Alpha Wolf Kidnaps A Mate have graciously agreed to appear on the site.

To celebrate their interview, I am offering up a copy of The Alpha Wolf Kidnaps A Mate to one lucky winner who leaves their name and email address in the comments.

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I trudged through the snow to the main house on James DeWitt's land where the Alpha, his mate and the wise woman lived. I wasn't exactly expected, but I figured I should try and get these details soon before it was decided that I was too much of a pest and banned from ever returning.

Corey was the first to come out of the sitting room to see who was knocking at his door. He actually smiled at the sight of me, and that made my heart twitch a little. I was missed after all.

"Hey, how are you?" Corey asked, all familiar and friendly as he held out his hand.

It was the scarred one. The one his ex boyfriend had dumped silver contaminated water all over. He wasn't shy about his scars around me like he used to be, and I gladly took it to shake before we pulled each other into a quick hug. Then I came in out of the cold. Winter had come early.

"Not bad, I heard you had a new addition to the pack?"

Guess that was question one. I had to keep this short for the blog post.

Corey smiled shyly. "Yeah, he's not ours, we're just watching him while his father's away. He's sleeping now if you'd like something hot to drink?"

"Definitely. Is James here?" I wouldn't count that as one of my three questions.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Review: Run with the Moon by Diana DeRicci

Title: Run with the Moon (Men of Silo #1)
Publisher: Purple Sword Publications
Length: 197 pages

Grade: B+


Jamie Ness is homeless and on the run. After divulging his deepest, guarded secret, his father attacked him, which left no choice but for Jamie to leave everything behind he'd once known.

His greatest fear is that his father will realize the mistake he made in throwing away the only real income coming into their home and hunt for Jamie. Putting distance between his father and wherever he stops is his only priority. After walking for days, putting one foot in front of the other, it's impossible to turn down a hot meal when Chris Rose pulls up at his side on the outskirts of a town he doesn't know.

Offering the young man a helping hand is ingrained in Chris. Something to eat, a warm bed, and safety, even if he could only get Jamie to grudgingly agree to one night. He would have offered that and more to the young man with the shadowed eyes, except more trouble was looming for Jamie. It isn't just Jamie's dad that Jamie has to worry about, because there is nothing in his life that could have prepared him for Chris's secrets.


Jamie Ness is a frightened young man who runs away from his physically abusive father at the beginning of this novel. Chris Rose, a veterinarian, picks him up as Jamie is walking down the highway. From there, they start a relationship, first as friends/roommates/co-workers and later as lovers. There is one thing that Chris is keeping from Jamie though, something that might change their relationship forever. Chris has a secret, and just when Jamie is learning to trust again, Chris reveals the fact he's a shifter. Will Jamie be able to accept Chris' wolf and can their love survive Jamie's past?

This is the first book of Diana DeRicci's I've ever read and it was utterly enjoyable. I love a secret shifter plot where one half of the romantic equation is human and the other a wolf. For readers who adore the hurt/comfort genre, Run with the Moon will be a virtual delight. Jamie is the ultimate woobie who needs tender loving care and Chris is all too willing to provide it. I say this as a great lover of the hurt/comfort theme and found this novel to hit all my buttons as the love between Jamie and Chris grew, so did my enjoyment of all the characters. I was so engrossed in reading it, I would get upset when I had to return to work after a break because I'd had to put the book away!

So, if you'd like to read a very sweet, well-paced and interesting shifter romance with two characters who will steal your heart, then Run with the Moon is for you. I eagerly look forward to the next book in this series, hopefully one of Chris' (sexy) brothers will find his mate too! Recommended. 

Monday, November 19, 2012

Guest Author Libby Drew: Interview

Let's welcome Libby Drew to the site. She's talking about her new paranormal book, 40 Souls to Keep and the genre we all love!

To celebrate her new release, she is giving a free copy of 40 Souls to Keep AND Beneath Lake Redemption (I forgot about the other book during our opening giveaway. My forgetfulness is your bonus!) Please leave your name and email address to be entered into the contest.

Without, further ado, here's Libby:

Is 40 Souls to Keep your first paranormal?

Nope. I’ve written two other paranormal stories. State of Mind, a mystery/thriller, is about a group of people with telekinetic powers. In Beneath Lake Redemption, a reporter sets out to disprove that ghosts haunt the ruins of a flooded town. I write erotic romance as well, but I have to admit I’m partial to paranormals.

Why do you love the paranormal genre?

That’s hard to explain. The term paranormal encompasses so much. I think I enjoy the mystical aspect the most. I don’t usually try to explain why so-called unbelievable things happen. I’d rather explore how they affect and change us. How they scare us. And how they save us.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Guest Author Diana Copland: Why A Ghost Story?

Since today is Veteran's Day in the U.S., I think it's very appropriate to talk about the many soldiers who gave their lives in service to their country. But these men who died in far-away lands, and some right here in our own country during The Civil War...what happens to them after their sacrifice is over? 

In this post, guest author Diana Copland talks about ghosts, Gettysburg and her new book, A Reason to Believe (which I reviewed last week: A+) and how they all tie into one another. Add in the fact, the Steven Spielberg movie, Lincoln comes out this Friday, it seems a perfect time to talk about the ghosts of Gettysburg. 

ADDED: Ms. Copland is giving away another book, Beautiful Forever. If you like vampires, leave your name and email address in a comment to put yourself in the running!

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Why A Ghost Story?
Diana Copland

One question I get asked about A Reason to Believe is, “why a ghost story?”  Not “why gay romance”, (people who know me know my commitment to writing M/M romance goes back at least a decade), or why a murder mystery. More often than not, it’s “why a medium who talks to ghosts?”
There’s a simple answer; I believe in ghosts. Ghosts have never been a stretch because I’ve believed for as long as I can remember. I had an aunt who ‘talked to dead people.’ But I think the belief was solidified during a family trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 

Friday, November 09, 2012

We have a winner!

The winner of the 13 Paranormal M/M books to celebrate this site's grand opening is: Lee M.

Enjoy all those shifters, vampires and ghosts! I also want to thank all the authors who contributed their books to the contest. Thanks for making the opening of Lasha's Paranormal M/M Reviews so successful.

Monday, November 05, 2012

Review: A Reason to Believe by Diana Copland

Title: A Reason to Believe
Publisher: Carina Press
Length: 217 pages

Grade: A+


Detective Matthew Bennett doesn't believe in ghosts. So when the spirit of a murdered child leads him to her body, he's shaken to the core--and taken off the case. Unable to explain his vision, or to let go of the investigation, Matthew turns to renowned medium Kiernan Fitzpatrick. Though he has doubts about Kiernan's claims to communicate with the dead, Matt is nevertheless drawn to the handsome psychic, who awakens feelings he thought were long-buried.

Haunted by the lingering spirit of the little girl, Kiernan is compelled to aid in the search for her killer. The chance to get closer to the enigmatic Matt is an unexpected bonus. Although Kiernan's been betrayed by people who turned out to be more interested in his fame than in himself, with Matt he's willing to risk his heart. As the two men grow closer, Kiernan helps Matt rediscover that life offers no guarantees--but love offers a reason to believe...


This is the first book of Diana Copland's I've ever read, and I know it will not be the last. In A Reason to Believe we meet Detective Matthew Bennett who is investigating the disappearance of six-year-old Abigail Reynolds around the holidays. At the child's house, he think he sees what is the missing girl and follows her to the basement, but she disappears again; however,  not before showing Matt where her dead body is located. The disappearance turns into a murder case of which Matthew is not allowed to participate in because of his ghostly "sighting." (Basically the police think he's lost his mind, overcome with grief at the loss of his partner/lover about 18 months previously, so they pull him off the case.)

Enter his best friend/sister-in-law, Karen who takes him to a mass reading with psychic Kiernan Fitzpatrick. Together, the two form an unique bond and with the ghost of little Abby helping them they are determined to find the killer.

What I loved about this novel was...everything. A Reason to Believe had amazing characters, a creepy murder mystery, hot sex scenes, an interesting ghostly twist and excellent pacing that kept the plot moving along at a steady pace. First, Kiernan and Matt's relationship made sense and while some readers may be turned off at the falling in love in under a week, I thought in their case it worked under the extreme circumstances. Second, there were great secondary characters like Matt's sister-in-law and Kiernan's sister, Aiden. Finally, compelling female characters in a m/m romance that are three dimensional and not bitches! I was ecstatic about that development. Lastly, the murder mystery while towards the end was a little predictable, it still drew me in and kept me guessing until the murderer and their motives were revealed. To me that is an important piece in a novel that features a murder mystery.

Since every one who reads my reviews knows I am extra picky about law enforcement polices and procedures, I was pleasantly surprised at the realism this book had in that regard. Did Ms. Copland get everything right? No, but despite the missteps with correct police procedure, I was still engaged in the plot, so the other things I could hand-wave.

Overall, if you are looking for an excellent book that brings in a terrific plot with eerie paranormal elements, interesting characters, a slow-building romance that fit in perfectly with the tone and pacing of the book, then look no further. I can only hope Ms. Copland is planning a sequel, because I would read about Kiernan and Matthew again in a heartbeat.

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Next week Diana will be here to discuss A Reason to Believe and more. Check back for the post!

Friday, November 02, 2012

Shifters & Vampires welcome...

PLEASE READ: For everyone leaving their name and email address in the comments of this post, I appreciate it, but those posts will not be counted for the giveaway unless Rafflecopter goes down. Per directions, please enter the giveaway with the Rafflecopter widget below. Thank you! (Now, if you just want to chat with me, feel free to leave a comment. *g*)

Welcome to the official opening for Lasha's Paranormal M/M Book Reviews! To celebrate my love for the paranormal genre, we are having a free book giveaway. I want to thank my many author friends for donating their amazing paranormal novels. Up for grabs is THIRTEEN amazing books.

To enter, click on the Rafflecopter widget and enter. The contest will end next Thursday, November 8th. I will announce the winner November 9th! (Names left in the comments will not be counted UNLESS Rafflecopter is not working. E-mail me if that happens!)

You can get extra points by Tweeting a link to the giveaway. 

Here is the spectacular list of m/m e-books (unless otherwise indicated) that are in the giveaway:

  1. Kari Gregg's I, Omega
  2. Storm Grant's YA M/M novel, Few Are Chosen  --Nominated for Bookie Award Best Short YA Story of the Year (2012)
  3. Diana Copland's A Reason to Believe
  4. Libby Drew's State of Mind
  5. Cardeno C.'s Wake Me Up Inside
  6. Diana DeRicci's Run With the Moon
  7. Kayley Scott's A Werewolf's Soldier (Warwolves)
  8. S.J. Frost's Instinct series (one title)
  9. J.L. Merrow (one book from her paranormal back-list)
  10. Lou Harper's Tomfoolery (print or ebook)
  11. Charlie Richards (pick one from her Wolves of Stone Ridge series)
  12. Tedi Sinclair's Heaven and Hell 
  13. Marcy Jacks' DeWitt's Pack series (one title)
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Thursday, November 01, 2012

Review: Pocket-Sized Prince by Stormy Glenn

Title: Pocket-Sized Prince
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Length: 157 pages

Grade: B+


Iben Khenti knew he was an alpha by the time he learned to walk. Unfortunately, due to his small size, no one ever takes him seriously until it is too late. Having lived over two hundred years with a wolf that refuses to accept anyone that Iben is interested in makes for a very lonely life, and one that is quickly coming to an end. Iben is losing control of his wolf, and if that happens, the bloodshed will be unimaginable. Iben needs someone to counter his feral nature. He just never expected to find it in the omega of his new pack.

When Zack Evens is sent to welcome the new alpha into pack lands, he could think of a million other places he would rather be. When Iben steps down from the plane, Zack is positive that there has to be a mistake. He is all of five feet seven and a hundred and thirty-five pounds. When Iben shows interest in him, Zack is positive that the alpha is just like the one that had abused him. He can't help but show every bit of disdain he feels for Iben, putting them both in a dangerous situation that could cost them not only the pack but their very lives.


Stormy Glenn's paranormal books are a secret pleasure that I slip in periodically to my reading/buying habits. When I want a really enjoyable shifter or vampire novel, she's the author I turn to. In Pocket-Sized Prince, Ms. Glenn once again weaves a charming and quirky tale of werewolf mates and their struggle to be together.

Zack Evens is a low-ranking enforcer in his pack. His family was banished and he was forced to stay on when his old Alpha was deposed and he's been alone ever since. The current Alpha and his inner circle have been abusing pack members ever since until Zack's Alpha challenges the wrong wolf -- and loses -- causing a leadership change. (Fort hose with triggers, there is mention of past abuse, but it is not on-screen or graphic).

The new Alpha, Iben Khenti is 5'7 and maybe 150 pounds soaking wet. What he lacks in stature, he makes up for in attitude. Zack cannot fathom how Iben ever won the challenge with his former Alpha. Once Zack and Iben meet, Iben is immediately attracted to the other wolf, but Zack is too confused about his past to reciprocate. (This is what starts the Big Misunderstanding in the book.) However, when it looks like Iben might go feral if Zack doesn't agree to be his mate, will Zack's fears cause him to lose the only man he's ever cared about?

What I Liked

The characterization of Iben. Far from a fragile flower that needs protecting from his bigger mate, this man is fierce and his werewolf is powerful and scary. Score one for the little guy! A delightful change to the normally big burly Alphas that usually appear in this genre. I love a man who wears eyeliner and can kick ass!

Add in some amazing secondary characters in Iben's childhood friends, twin siblings -- who I hope get their own books -- one who is a woman (and not an evil b - yeah) and this has the makings of a great paranormal series in my opinion.

What Needed Some Work

The Big Misunderstanding. It's a trope that I despise. I understand the motivations behind putting this in the plot, and while it might have worked for the short-term, it became unnecessary after a certain point and dragged the plot down and caused me to lower my rating.

However, overall I really enjoyed Pocket-Sized Prince. I like it when an author scrambles up the Alpha trope and creates something interesting and new in the genre. Throw in some steamy Stormy Glenn sex scenes and I was engrossed from beginning to end. Recommended for shifter enthusiasts like me!

Originally posted at Reviews by Jessewave

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Happy Howloween!

In the next couple of weeks, I am going to officially open the site to reviews, book giveaways and author interviews. Until then, enjoy a little Jacob/Edward candy.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Paranormal reviews...


Paranormal M/M reviews only from Lasha.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

It is nice to be able and go back in time and read my fanfiction choices in 2002/2003. *g*

I guess reviewing and rec'ing all those fics would come in handy. As of 2012, I am reviewing m/m romance books for two sites:

Dark Divas Reviews

Reviews by Jessewave

Come by and check them out. I am still reviewing under my pen name of Lasha.