Monthly Archives: December 2013

Rameau’s review archive: Hot Head (Head 01) by Damon Suede + Paranormal Romance Parody part eight

Synopsis: Where there’s smoke there’s fire. . . Since 9/11, Brooklyn firefighter Griff Muir has wrestled with impossible feelings for his best friend and partner at Ladder 181: Dante Anastagio. Unfortunately Dante is strictly a ladies’ man and the FDNY … Continue reading

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Paranormal Romance Parody – part seven

Part seven, written by Anachronist Sugarbabe and Malik walked out of the room, leaving unconscious Cory and Edward behind.  While Cory was removed very swiftly by a pair of zombies, nobody dared approach Douche. He would have remained lying there … Continue reading

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Paranormal Romance Parody – part six

Part six written by Rameau Sugarbabe panted. Her knees too weak to support her, she clung to her mated Douche and let her admirable nails sink into his neck muscles. She spoke with her voice like smooth velvet: “Now, listen … Continue reading

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Paranormal Romance Parody part five

Part five, written by Anachronist Douche attacked like a crouching tiger- silently and incredibly fast. One moment Cory was feeding and caressing his Queen, the other he lay sprawled on the floor, with Edward’s hands around his neck. “She. Is. … Continue reading

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Paranormal Romance Parody – part four

Part four, written by Rameau As the sweet haze of her orgasm faded, Sugarbabe became annoyed. Main husband indeed. Had anyone ever heard anything as ridiculous as that before? They may be mated, but that didn’t mean Edward Douche could … Continue reading

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Review: Dark Star (Night Soldiers 02) by Alan Furst + Paranormal Romance Parody part three

Synopsis: The book is set in Europe right before and during the Second World War – mostly in Germany but also in France, Soviet Union, Poland and Switzerland. It features Andre Szara, a Polish Jew with a  Russian passport, a … Continue reading

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Paranormal Romance Parody – part two

Part two – written by Rameau Her newest mate was still unconscious when Sugarbabe laid him on her favourite Yves Saint-Laurent black silk sheets. He desperately needed a bath and none of her gird-loined servants was in attendance. In fact, … Continue reading

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Paranormal Romance parody – the intro and part one

This year the winter holiday season is going to be special on this blog. Why? For ten days, starting today on 24th of December and ending on 2nd of January, awesome Rameau and uncontrollable Anachronist are going to write and … Continue reading

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Interview with an Author – Courtney Milan

Today we have a rare pleasure to host an author on our blog. Let me welcome Courtney Milan, a writer whose historical romances are full of great, period-appropriate detail, drama, passion and humour.  It is a splendid occasion – the … Continue reading

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Review: The Countess Conspiracy (Brothers Sinister 03) by Courtney Milan

I got a complimentary copy of this novel from the publisher and the author via the NetGalley site – thank you very much! Of course that fact didn’t influence my opinion in any way. Synopsis: Violet Marie Waterfield, the Countess … Continue reading

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