For those of you who like your paranormal with a side of fun, these are just that fun and witty and a overall quick read (or listen). Witchless in Seattle is a spin-off series but you don’t have to know the Paris, Texas series to start here.
J.D. Robb’s In Death series is a must read for me. Even after 43 books, I still can’t wait to see how the relationships continue to build.
I haven’t been this excited about a virus since Stephen King’s The Stand. Rebecca Zanetti has me looking forward to the end of civilization. There has to be something wrong with that.
I loved the energy in this book. Lainey’s excitrment and dedication for the game rejuvenated Gabe’s love for it and Gabe showed Lainey how she could enjoy life as well as be dedicated.
The final book of the Rock Kiss series is a second chance romance with two characters who needed to grow before they could finally get things right.
Title: Wicked Passion Series: Under Realm Assassins #3 Author: Amanda J. Greene James Stonewoll is an Elite Assassin for the Under Realm Syndicate – an expert hunter and merciless killer. As a former Pirate, he thrives on danger, the more perilous the mission, the better and he can’t resist his newest contract: […]
Sexy and sweet. I enjoyed the characters growth in this story and I am very happy to say I finished a very enjoyable story.
Another book on camping to give me nightmares, but if I had to take a hike into the mountains and snuggle up for warmth, I would want my own George to keep me company.
This story wasted time on romance issues which took away time from an actual story and then left the romance issues hanging unresolved after taking away from the plot. Best I can give this story is a great big “MEH!”
New York City and murder become the backdrop for Sara Humphrey’s latest novel in the McGuire Brothers series featuring NYC Police Officer Ronan McGuire and his K-9 partner. Maddy Morgan ran away from her hometown of Old Brookfield after her love, Rick, was killed fighting a fire. After a decade long relationship, their lives were […]