Review: The 27 Club by Kim Karr

The 27 Club by Kim Karr

You don’t know when… You don’t get to choose if… When it’s time to join…you’ll know. You might think you want to be a member—but trust me this is one club you don’t want to join. It’s not a place where people go to live out their deepest, darkest sexual desires—there are no handcuffs or […]

Review: Obsession in Death by J.D. Robb

Obsession In Death J.D. Robb

“Who’d kill for you?” Peabody waited until Eve lowered her hands. “I mean who’d kill because somebody was rude to you, or, well, snotty?” “Nobody leaps to mind. I tend to avoid relationships with the homicidal.” Roarke….let us all take a moment to bask in the glory of another book with Roarke.  I start most […]

Review: The List by Anne Calhoun

The List by Anne Calhoun

Matilda Davies and Daniel Logan meet on the ledge of a building.  Matilda like the adrenaline rush of sitting out there and Daniel is intrigued by someone who would enjoy such a thing.  Tilda is a matchmaker who keeps a list and thinks Daniel is there to put himself on her list.  She is initially […]

Review: Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop The Others series #3

A thousand cuts. Someone had figured out that was all a cassandra sangue had before the cut that would kill her. He refused to count Meg‟s scars Vision in Silver picks up very soon after Murder of Crows.  Things are changing for the residents of the Lakeside Courtyard and all areas around them.  Having freed the cassandra […]

Joint Review: Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs

Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs Alpha & Omega series #4

Patricia Briggs has two well-known series,  Mercy Thompson and the Alpha & Omega series.  Dead Heat is book four in her Alpha & Omega series but as time has gone on we have started to see these two series follow a similar direction.  This quote from Dead Heat shows us where both series seems to […]

Review: The Trouble with Love by Lauren Layne

The Trouble with Love by Lauren Layne Sex, Love & Stilettos series #4

Emma is the newest relationship columnist for Stiletto magazine.  She fits right in with the other three and her relationship niche is breakup and heartache.  Having been left standing at the alter but the one man she has ever loved, she has very intimate experience with heartache.  That man has turned up as editor at […]

Review: Infinity Bell by Devon Monk

Infinity Bell by Devon Monk House Immortal series #2

My brother was also convinced that the Wings of Mercury experiment had broken time more than three hundred years ago.  And that when time mended- by his calculation, in just a few days – all the galvanized would die. I’d die. The Wings of Mercury experiment was created by Matilda and Quinten’s great-great and so on, […]

Review: Dark Debt by Chloe Neill

Dark Debt Chloe Neill

The question of how to keep a long standing series fresh is something authors seem to struggle with. There is no perfect way to end a series and recently we have seen some last too long thus causing the reading to quit reading and we have seen fan favorites end before what we think is […]

Review: Once and Always by Julia Harper

Once and Always by Julia Harper

I’m a big fan of Elizabeth Hoyt’s historical romances so when I saw this contemporary written under a different name I thought I would give it a try.  Maisa Bradley, May as Sam calls her, has been stopped for speeding.  Again.  Coot Lake cop, Sam West has been pulling her over for the better part of […]

Review: Soulbound by Kristen Callihan

Soulbound by Kristen Callihan Darkest London series #6

Adam and Eliza’s story has been a long time building and I was looking forward to it.  Adam is head of the GIM and cursed to feel nothing until he finds the other half of his soul.  He will know immediately who that person is and when he is offered Eliza’s soul by Mary and […]