Review: Spider’s Trap by Jennifer Estep

Spider's Trap by Jennifer Estep

Once again I’m amazed at the impressive Elemental Assassin series. One would think after thirteen books and several wrapped up story arcs that it would show signs of slowing down or becoming monotonous, but it hasn’t. If anything it keeps getting stronger and more exciting. Gin Blanco, better known as The Spider, has risen to […]

Review: Bayou Blues by Sierra Dean

Bayou Blues (Genie McQueen #1) by Sierra Dean

I have a lot of love for Ms. Dean’s Secret McQueen series and was very sad to see it end. I relished the last book in the series and took my time reading, hoping to make it last.  There were certain characters who I needed to see carry on and Genie, Secret’s magical werewolf sister, […]

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: 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, […]