SFSignal Review: Covet by J.R. Ward

My most recent review for SFSignal is now available on Covet by J.R. Ward. REVIEW SUMMARY: Covet (Fallen Angels, Book 1) combines Urban Fantasy with Paranormal Romance, is related to the author’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series, and takes Ward’s world of Caldwell, New York, in a new, darker direction. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: The fate of the […]

SFSignal Review: Midnight Guardian by Sarah Jane Stratford

My most recent review for SFSignal is now available on Midnight Guardian by Sarah Jane Stratford. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Alternate history vampires infiltrate Germany to stop The Third Reich. MY REVIEW: PROS: Stratford’s lush voice brings weight to a fantastical and potentially over-the-top alternate history story. CONS: Stratford’s lush voice might be too much work for […]

SFSignal Review: Black and White by Jackie Kessler and Caitlin Kittredge

My most recent review for SFSignal is now available on superheroine saga BLACK AND WHITE by Jackie Kessler and Caitlin Kittredge. REVIEW SUMMARY: This complex story explores the good and evil in all of us, even superheroes. The characters in Black and White are relatable and flawed despite their extra-human status. I enjoyed this new […]

SFSignal Review: Two New Book Reviews Available at SFSignal

I’ve penned two new book reviews over at SFSignal: ASHES OF MIDNIGHT by Lara Adrian and CARPE CORPUS by Rachel Caine. Here’s the quick lowdown: CARPE CORPUS: While Carpe Corpus is the sixth installment in the Morganville Vampire series and I have not read any previous books, the story and characters immediately engaged my attention. […]