Review – Devil’s Due by J.P. Jackson

Dominic Ronove (Dom!) is a badass demon who is very good at his job, giving humans whatever they want for six years before they have to repay the debt, often bloodily and always without mercy. Malik is a cute, intelligent guy who moves across Dom’s radar and piques his interest, setting in motion events whichContinue reading “Review – Devil’s Due by J.P. Jackson”

Review – Cursed by J.P. Jackson

I’ve been looking forward to this, I loved Summoned (see my review here) and this is the next instalment. To be fair, it can be read as a standalone, as the author does a stellar job of explaining what happened in the first book, without info-dumping or forced insertions of prose. So if you haven’tContinue reading “Review – Cursed by J.P. Jackson”

Review – Hood’s Ride is Red by J.P. Jackson

A fun, relatively quick read and a good way to introduce yourself to the work of this brilliant horror/comedy author. It’s a retelling of the familiar fairytale, Little Red Riding Hood, but one you would barely recognise at first. Harkin Ross, known as Hood because of his penchant for wearing “hoodies,” drives a red truckContinue reading “Review – Hood’s Ride is Red by J.P. Jackson”

Review – A Tended Garden by J.P. Jackson

A Tended Garden is a fun short story (approx 58 pages) about witch Alyssa, and the coven she attends, which is run by the tyrannical Rachel. It is part comedy, part fantasy, part horror. Things go wrong for Alyssa on a regular basis, and she is always falling foul of the ghastly Rachel, who remindedContinue reading “Review – A Tended Garden by J.P. Jackson”