The Angel's Fall by Rebecca Leigh

21c26b236c6ec890aabcf1b288207635.image.200x300Title: The Angel’s Fall

Author: Rebecca Leigh

Genre: Fantasy, Christmas

Length: Short (37pgs)

Publisher: Silver Publishing (19th December 2012)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: Archangel Michael has spent centuries watching a single soul. This Christmas season, Michael encounters Darcy, the soul’s host. Together, the two explore the passions that have waited lifetimes to be realized.

Archangel Michael has served centuries as a warrior against evil. He has also spent centuries watching a single soul. The soul for whom he has always felt both love and lust. This Christmas season, everything changes. After his fall, he encounters Darcy — the current host of the soul. The two feel an immediate bond, as if they’ve known each other for an eternity. Together, they explore the passions that have waited lifetimes to be realized.

CONTENT ADVISORY: This title contains a HFN ending.

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Review: For hundreds of years Archangel Michael has watched over a single soul. a soul that he has become drawn to, who he wishes to become close to and it makes Michael long to meet the soul. After his fall, Michael is helped by the soul whose name is Darcy and Michael receives everything he has ever longed for and he also gets a surprise he never foresaw.

This is a quite poignant story of a far distant longing of the forbidden. This is a beautifully written story that from the first word catches you with the pure longing that Michael feels for his charge. The build-up throughout the story is as though it is taking you to the pinnacle of a crescendo where Michael’s and Darcy’s fates are decided. The feelings of pure passion are described well and the connection between them is very tangible. While Darcy may never know Michael’s true beginnings, there is something in his soul that knows they are meant to be.

I recommend this to those who love the more spiritual angels, soul mates, beautiful love and the sacrifice of an Archangel from Heaven.


Aboard the Avenger by Rebecca Leigh

Title: Aboard the Avenger

Author: Rebecca Leigh

Genre: Science Fiction, Pirates

Length: Short (33pgs)

Publisher: Silver Publishing (28th January 2012)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3 ½Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: Space pirate Captain Darius Rivers boards the enemy ship Avenger in search of treasure and encounters more than he bargained for. Rather than fight, Captain Hector Ramirez awaits him in silence–ready to bring Darius’s fantasies to life.

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Review: Darius has dreamed for ten years about boarding the Avenger and her captain; now it is within his sight and he is determined to conquer both. Hector knows that the St. Marie and her captain Darius are not far away.  He knows that they will be here at any moment and it is going just as he planned.

This is an extremely erotic short story that will have your pulse racing. Darius is desperate to conquer the Avenger.  For the last ten years all he has heard is how fantastic the treasure will be, now it is within his grasp and so is the captain that he has secretly lusted after. Hector will turn the tables on Darius, as Darius isn’t the only one to hear rumors.  Now, after his patient wait he will get the spoils of his plot.

Well, this is definitely a hot sexy short that doesn’t have much in the way of story-line or plot but has just enough that it leaves you satisfied. The sex is incredibly hot and I liked the way that Hector seemed to bring Darius into his trap.

This is definitely for those who want a quick sex fix with a little bit of intrigue thrown in who love space pirates and a happy for now ending. (Does that mean a sequel Ms Leigh??)




The Revolutionary by Rebecca Leigh

Title: The Revolutionary

Sequel to: The Outlaw

Author: Rebecca Leigh

Genre: Steampunk, Western

Length: Novella (70pgs)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (11th January 2012)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: After months of hiding out in the badlands, ex-Bringer Damian Junter has returned to Terra Noir to plot war with the East. The tide of public opinion is shifting against the corrupt Statesman Paulin, the man who accused Damian’s lover, Kell, of a murder he did not commit. With Kell as their leader, the Outlanders make the only move they can: revolution.

But the West isn’t the only side gearing up for war. In the East, Statesman Paulin has been preparing a mechanical army of his own. When Kell sends Damian back home to spy, Damian has to fight against his own insecurities: Kell’s ex-lover, Paul, is his right-hand man in this war. Damian trusts Kell with his life—but can he truly trust Kell with his heart?

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Review: Here’s the looooooonnnnnggggg awaited sequel to The Outlaw and I have to say it was worth the wait. Damian and Kell have been in hiding since the last book , but now has come the time for them to return to Terra Noir to finalize the plans for the revolution.  Damian tries to control his jealousy, but more doubts surface when he returns to the East and thinks about all that he has lost.

What a brilliant conclusion for those of us who wanted more of Damian and Kell. Damian lives for Kell now and he has problems controlling his jealousy when Paul gets too close to Kell.  it leads to a bout of rough, primal explosive sex and a down and dirty fight where I really thought for a moment that someone would get killed. Kell has no interest in anyone else he just wants to get the revolution started.  They both know that either one of them could die but it doesn’t stop the passion or the love between them.

This has some great action, a little bit of adventure, lots of violence, some incredible passionate, primal sex, some really cool Steampunk, jealousy and love. We also see a side to Damian where he begins to resent the West even though he knows that everything that befell him was the East’s fault. This has a really great battle near the end where we nearly lose one of our brave men, really well done.

So I have to recommend this if you enjoy any of the above (I really did) and if you want a great novella where the story is all wrapped up nicely and nothing gets left out then this is for you.



The Regent's Capture by Rebecca Leigh

Title: The Regents Capture

Author: Rebecca Leigh

Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal, BDSM/Kink, Vampires

Length: Short (30pgs)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (21st September 2011)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: Raden’s heard all the tales about the vampire known as the Regent. As infamous for his power as for his irresistible good looks, the Regent doesn’t care about Vampire Law—he makes his own law. No one dares defy him. He does what he wants, when he wants, and what he wants now is Raden. Captured and dragged to the older vampire’s underground lair, Raden is about to discover the truth behind the tales… and what the tales don’t tell.

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Review: Raden’s been taken captive by the guards of the Regent.  As he’s forced to walk underground for hours he imagines what will happen to him when he reaches the Regent’s lair… nothing could prepare him for what he discovers.

This is a hot erotic short that gets you hot under the collar. There really isn’t that much that I can tell you without giving the entire story away, so all I will say is that Raden has a submissive’s want that he has never had fulfilled until one night with a human and another vampire. That night comes back to haunt him and now he fears eternal death or eternal servitude await him.

I enjoyed this story as it gives you a bit of suspense in the build-up to the arrival at the Regent’s lair and a good idea as to why Raden is dreading the end of the journey. The Regent has surrounded himself with secrets and lies but longs for that one person who matches his intensity. I felt that even though this is a short story it has a lot of potential if the author ever decided to make it into a novella or novel. Now yes it’s a short and yes you don’t really get to know the characters but the sex scenes more than make up for it and so does the suspense and build-up.

Now who to recommend this to… hmmm… well there is some BDSM and some fantastically hot erotic sex with vampires and some angst, so really what are you waiting for?



The Outlaw by Rebecca Leigh

Title: The Outlaw

Author: Rebecca Leigh

Genre: Western/Science Fiction/Steampunk

Length: Novella (70pgs)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (25thAugust 2010)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating:  ♥♥♥3Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: Outlander Kell Laughlin has been charged with murder, and though Damian Junter is assigned to find him in Terra Noir, the bounty hunter has his doubts about his quarry’s guilt. Damian won’t kill an innocent, so he must find Kell and get to know him—and the truth—before dispensing justice. It’s a decision that will lead to passion between them and expose political intrigue in the ruling aristocracy, endangering their lives and changing the world Damian knows forever.

Review: This blurb had me intrigued about the story and I am both happy and disappointed. Damian is a big, tough, sexy bringer and he knows it, but the one thing he doesn’t know about is how he will react to Kell. Kell knows why this sexy bringer is after him, he just needs to show the guy the truth and well, if that doesn’t work…there’s always seduction.

I thought this book was great.   We have the big badass bringer who brings justice down on the guilty and we have the sexy outlander who isn’t quite what he seems.   I felt kinda sorry for Damian when he realized that those who employ him might not have been quite as honest as they seemed and so made him (maybe) commit a crime when he thought he committed justice; I also liked how he reacted to his attraction to Kell and how he dealt with it. These two coming together is passionate and intense.

Now to what disappointed me… IT WAS TOO SHORT, there was soooo much more that could have been built on, so much more that we could have found out and I wanted more.  The storyline was great and could have easily been made into a full length novel. Ah well, I can always hope.

So in truth I would recommend this as it is a great read even if it was too short for me.