My TBR list is growing and I just want to give you a heads up on what I'm reading. The complete reviews will follow - I promise.
El Patrón by Michele Scott
Happy Hour by Michele Scott
All Acts of Love and Pleasure are her Rituals by Rachel Adair
The Telefax Trilogy Book II: Aurora Rising by Toni Seger
"Book I of the Telefax Trilogy, The Telefax Box, ended with the first fully functional machine, capable of reproduction, mating with a person. Is this a Frankenstein monster? Book II, Aurora Rising, opens with the product of that mating; Aurora, the first half-machine. Or is she the first half being? What are the consequences of Frankenstein reproducing? Is the galaxy ready for this? The galaxy's anti-machine contingent known as Samerac contains a pro-machine element isolated within it known as Dodis. When the Dodis adopt the first half-machine/half-being as their titular leader, how will the galaxy react? Into all of this appears a refugee from civilization; Yon who has fled the galaxy's mainstream laboratory culture to live the natural life of a Samerac. Yon's gene pool improbably combines Samerac and Zanton, the galaxy's leading race and deeply resented by most Samerac."