Cover Reveal: “Petals & Thorns” by Jeffe Kennedy

Petals & Thorns

In exchange for her father’s life, Amarantha agrees to marry the dreadful Beast and be his wife for seven days. Though the Beast cannot take Amarantha’s virginity unless she begs him to, he can and does take her in every other way. From the moment they are alone together, the Beast relentlessly strips Amarantha of allRead more

“The Tears of the Rose” by Jeffe Kennedy

The Tears of the Rose is the second book in Jeffe Kennedy’s Twelve Kingdoms series, which is about three sisters who each come of age and must make difficult choices to find love and happiness.  Even though The Tears of the Rose is book two, it can function as a standalone because it has itsRead more

“Master of the Opera Act 5: A Haunting Duet” by Jeffe Kennedy

If you haven’t been following my reviews of Jeffe Kennedy’s serial novel Master of the Opera, you may want to back to my thoughts on Act 1.  I’ve been trying to avoid getting too spoilery while reviewing each section, but by Act 5, it’s hard not to give things away that happened in previous sections.Read more

“Master of the Opera Act 4: Dark Interlude” by Jeffe Kennedy

Jeffe Kennedy’s serial novel Master of the Opera continues in Act 4: Dark Interlude.  After making a grisly discovery at the end of Act 3, Christine tries to sort out her feelings and figure out which of her love interests is the villain. Christine’s boyfriend Roman Sanclaro starts getting more and more extreme in hisRead more

“Master of the Opera Act 2: Ghost Aria” by Jeffe Kennedy

In this second installment of Jeffe Kennedy’s serialized erotic romance Master of the Opera, Christine is settling into her new life in Santa Fe.  The police have found the body of Christine’s predecessor, but Christine is determined not to lose her nerve, because she wants to build her own career instead of relying on herRead more

“Master of the Opera Act 1: Passionate Overture” by Jeffe Kennedy

One of the benefits of e-books is the ability to experiment with different styles and lengths of fiction than would be possible in traditional publishing. In the vein of my resolution to read whatever I want to read whenever I want to read it, I decided to try the serialized novel Master of the OperaRead more