I love Patricia Brigg’s Alpha & Omega series even more than her Mercy Thompson series. I just love the dynamic of Charles and Anna. That’s why I was a bit disappointed in Burn Bright since I felt I didn’t get enough of Charles-and-Anna-time as a chunk of the story splits up their time together. I had to do an immediate re-read to that I could appreciate the rest of the story.
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Rebecca Zanetti does what Fear the Walking Dead failed to do, take us back to the beginning of the plague which ends civilization and keep us interested.
Why did I read this? Why? I managed to finish it but only because I forgot to download my next book.
This story takes a left turn about three quarters of the way through but it was so entertaining that you don’t realize it until you are finished.
Survive the Night suffered from a case of insta-love and a few other plot flaws but can be forgiven since Otto and Sarah are adorable and the last third of the story is full of tension that you can easily forget about the nit-picking. Monroe’s favorite K9 Officers Theo, Hugh and Otto are now […]
I loved everything about this Second Hand Curses: the characters, the story twists, the way the story unfolded, the narration. It was creative and entertaining, and I hope there will be more to come.
I was given a copy of this anthology by Thea Harrison. I do love anything from Thea Harrison. My problem with this anthology is that I had a problem getting into the other stories.
An enjoyable story, but you MUST read Book 1, Aces Wild, first. This second book is happening at the same time and the happenings of Book 1 correlate to this story.
A Little Night Magic reminded me of the Molly Harper Jane Jameson/Nice Girls series and more than just because it has the same narrator. This was a light-hearted, fun paranormal story.
One of the more interesting In Death books in quite a while. This investigation kept you on your toes.