Jacob Pack


Sentinel's Hunger Review


Xevera Nanay is sick with an illness that killed her mother and father. She has been sent back to the human world to rescue her mate and sister. She also just lost her job of protecting the higher priestess of Emsharra. She knows if she does not control her hunger and find her mate, who can heal her of this illness, that she will be executed for feeding on humans. Michael Constantine is part human, part alien, and he has been hiding his alien side since childhood. Michael has not come in contact with another of his kind until he is called to help a naked female named Xevera in an ally way, who has apparently blacked out. Michael recognizes the scent of alien, and immediately links the scent to Xevera who is lying unconscious.. He assumes that this female is in some way an alien species like his father, who raped his mother and got her pregnant. Michael wants vengeance and will stop at nothing to kill Xevera and make sure she, and her kind will never be allowed to live on. Little does Micheal know how uncontrollable his emotions and sexual desires around Xevera will be. Xevera knows that she has found her mate, but will she be able to save herself from being killed and convince Micheal that she is not like his father? Will she be able to show Micheal that the alien race she comes from does not desire to kill, or to do harm to humans? Sizzling, Erotic and Scorching describes Sentinel's Hunger. This is one hot love making book that will leave you hot with fire. Xevera and Micheal's relationship will leave you panting with desire. Gracie C McKeever knows how to write hot erotic romances, that will have the reader turning the pages anticipating what is going to happen next. A delightful quick read that will have you wanting to read the next book in this series.

The Volturi


Paranormal Romance author F.D. Davis


My first interview with Paranormal Romance Author F.D. Davis for www.news-bite.com was only one question: When did you first realize that you wanted to be a writer, and What was it that inspired you to start writing? Answer: I’m really not sure what age I was when I realized I wanted to seriously write. I started reading when I was four and the love of the written word has only grown through the years. I’ve had many stops on starts on this journey and it all had to do with rejections and not being involved with other writers who knew what it was I was going through. As to what inspired me to actively pursue a writing career I’m very clear on that. Bill suggested that I take a two year break from working to try and concentrate on writing. If in that time I did not have a writing contract I would return to work and do as I had been doing, write in my spare time. Well, two years came and I didn’t have a contract. I told Bill I would stick to our agreement and return to work. He gave me this look that I can still see, shook his head no, and told me to continue trying. One year later I had my first contract.

Hush Hush Review


I heard about this book everywhere, it seemed. So naturally I wanted to try it out. Despite the hype books receive I am always a bit leery. I know that if the general population likes a book I probably won't like it much. I am the type of nerd that likes to learn stuff from my books. About history or language. Anything really. I dislike having an info overload, like the piles of stuff found in textbooks. Well, to put it bluntly: I did not like the book. I do not even know why I am holding onto my copy of it (a copy I found a the Salvation Army). I read some long winded reviews, and I probably agree with all of their content. The mystery and suspense was weak. The main character was dumb, foolhardy and cliche. The story itself was kinda ho-hum. Patch, Mr. Love Interest, was creepy. I don't know why or how someone could fall for or be attracted to someone who is out to kill them and even admits it to their face. "Oh baby, I wanted to murder you. But you is so hot and special that I just couldn't do it!" Sure. A little side tangent here: Why do this old old, centuries old men fall for these juvenile and completely un-special girls. "Wow, you are so young and immature. You embody all that is annoying and flaky about the modern teenager. After a million years your little self is what I want!" I am never convinced that one tiny brat could ever win over these guys who have seen everything over the years. A hot body can't be the thing, because most of the girlies are never mega-hot. I wish the chosen ones had some kind of emotional connection to the men they fall for, like similar tragedies or something. Or  if they possessed a trait like extreme compassion or crazy-weird and accurate intuition (I like intuition rather than brainy smarts, because intelligence doesn't mean a person is perceptive, and most of the time the author makes their booksmart heroine bitchy and arrogant).


With this book, for example, just because your momma ain't around does not mean you can understand being banished from your home for a very long time. Very. (I forget if Patch-y actually experienced major trauma, I guess if he was willing to kill to get what he wanted. Eh.) I just don't get how these types of blah heroines can be a comfort to these world weary men (who still act like boys, even though they aren't, even if they do look fresh out of diapers and off mother's milk). I found the heroine to be very forgettable. I think I recall curly hair and a desire to get herself killed. Patch-y should of just went for it. She was begging for it something fierce. The bad guy(s). It just makes me want to start wailing really loudly and tear my clothing. Why? Why? Why? It was a disaster. Really anyone and everyone really got a shot to be in the spotlight. But not really. I was surprised Nora didn't accuse her friend of being out to get her. I was even suspicious. But nope. The making out was hot. And really the only thing I liked about the book. Surprise surprise (it was a surprise, truly). Mostly when I find I don't love the characters I feel kinda of apathetic about their s3x life. When I love characters, I love to root for them and love scenes are gratifying (I suppose) and sweet. When I hate the characters, oftentimes I feel kind of grossed out (or angry...at the attempt to make us... uh I don't know, be distracted from lame character by the flashy s3x. Don't think so sistah!). I am reading the sequel. Mostly due to the fact that I have an ARC of Crescendo (In yo face! Kidding, kidding. I was surprised that they foisted a copy on to me. Well I am kinda psyched to be getting an early copy. Probably because everyone else is hyped about it). I am hoping the following book will be better. This was a debut book. So there were bound to be some issues. I would say skip it. But if you wanna read it go for it, just make sure your copy comes from the library.