Five Star Reviews

Five Stars for Ellen Mint’s Books

This story is full of Autumn splendor in a living forest. I love it. The imagery and allegory are beautifully crafted into the story. Even as I marvel at the artistry, I’m cackling at the obvious puns and clever quips.

This (story) is like taking a running leap into a pile of fallen leaves, then cozying up with your honeybun and some hot cups of tea–by turns, exhilarating and warm and comforting. Yet, there’s an important message of self-reflection and accepting change, all of which match the theme of Autumn season.

Coosh — PSL

A hot steaming hot read. It’s fast paced and action packed. You don’t want to see it end. I can’t wait to see how this series plays out.



Surprises just keep,coming, along with a deal with a demon and magical mayhem and danger. Full of magical creatures, suspense, and chaos, he must help her for both of their lives depend on it!

Annette A—Ink

Ellen kept me smiling and wanting to laugh out loud with Layla’s reactions to Ink’s revelations. Ellen’s ability to paint steamy scenes while keeping it clean is outstanding.

Angel M—Ink

I was holding my breath throughout the action packed second half of the book. I wasn’t expecting that at all.The first half was VERY steamy. Ink is a wild one.


Our FMC was a real girl working and trying to enjoy her seemingly normal life only to have Ink pop in for a rude but oh so sexy awakening. I’m dying for more.

Jeri M—Ink

Layla is hilarious, quirky, and adorable. And Ink? Damn that man is sin on legs.

Beatriz P—Ink

Utterly charming, with a great friends to lovers dynamic between the leads.

Smut Report

Holly — Rash & Rationality

Look who’s the new Jane Austen now??
This novel took a classic novel and revamped it into a modern story. The plot flowed nicely and didn’t drag. The ending was awesome!! The pacing was well done and boy was I hooked! Can’t wait to read more retellings from this author.

Gracie B — Rash & Rationality

“I highly recommend Rash & Rationality to lovers of Jane Austen, fun romantic fiction, fun, quirky heroes, and friends to lovers stories.”

Gina M — Rash & Rationality