REVIEW: The Alpha's Pack by Tate James

Summary:The time has come...

I'm Kit Davenport, and this is the end.
Title:  The Alpha's Pack
Series:  Kit Davenport
Book #: 6
Author:  Tate James
Approximate Book Length:  315 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit

Thoughts:Oh the darkness. Kit and her faithful Hellhound are definitely not their normal selves. Poor River has so much to struggle with. Kit pulls it together with her guardians and is preparing for the fight to save the world from her own mother. The battle itself was bittersweet. It started out cool, but it ended quickly and strangely – good strange, but strange none the less.

The thrilling conclusion to Kit’s story was fine and all, but I’m still left wanting more. I’m definitely going to be looking into more from Tate James and hopefully more from this harem.
Bottom Line:Full of tension, anticipation, and edge of your seat action, The Alpha’s Pack satisfies with delicious love scenes, fascinating supernatural folk, and an endin…

REVIEW: The Crow's Murder by Tate James

Summary:Well, I just can't seem to catch a break, can I? I bet none of you saw that coming!

Here I am, dealing with the events of the last book. Events I won't elaborate on, because that would be spoilers. But trust me when I say, things will get worse before they get better!

I'm Kit Davenport, and my heart is breaking.

Title:  The Crow's Murder
Series:  Kit Davenport
Book #: 5
Author:  Tate James
Approximate Book Length:  290 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit

Thoughts:This book hurt in so many ways. It’s primarily Wes’s story and it is scary, frustrating, and sad. Poor Kit loses so much and endures excruciating heartbreak. She ends up in a pretty dark place. This is definitely not a book to be read out of order and needs to be read when you are prepared to dive immediately into the next book (and not at midnight when you need to be functional the next morning…not that I did that or anything).
Bottom Line:The Crow's Murder was so hard…

NEW RELEASE: The Scientist and the Supermodel by Tara Lain

The Scientist and the Supermodel (Genetic Attraction Series, Bk 1) by Tara Lain
Scientist Jake Martin knows a lot about genetics but very little about himself. He tries to forget the sex he had with a guy, even though women barely do it for him. Still, he’s sure he’d be happy if he could just have his research partner, the brilliant Emmaline Silvay, but she’s older, smarter than anyone, and his boss.
Then in a dark bar, Jake comes face-to-face with supermodel Roan Black, “the most beautiful man in the world”. Jake can’t resist the gorgeous, androgynous guy, but Roan won’t accept Jake’s self-deception. Jake has to admit that it’s a man he wants and Roan in particular, or there won’t be a future for a PhD scientist who refuses to see the truth and a high school dropout whose eyesight is 20/20.

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About the Author

Tara Lain believes in happy ever afters – and magic. Same thing. In fact, she says, she doesn’t believe,…

REVIEW: The Viper's Nest by Tate James

Summary:Betrayal has forced us on the run. Evading the very man I considered my family, the organization I once considered good. In hiding, I need to master my new power and find peace with my bonded guardian--or risk exposure.

But my heart can't accept the events that led us here. I need answers. Closure.

An olive branch is offered and another trap is sprung. While my relationships grow stronger by the day, new tensions arise and ghosts of my past appear. But can anyone be trusted?

I'm Kit Davenport and I didn't see that one coming.

Title:  The Viper's Nest
Series:  Kit Davenport
Book #: 4
Author:  Tate James
Approximate Book Length:  382 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit

Thoughts:I really enjoyed this book. There was a lot of naughty fun, lots of dragon fun, and we meet a new character: Sam. Sam is pretty awesome. There is a great deal of plot progression here and some serious questions are raised. I have mixed feelings about Kit’s mo…