As much as I like this author and narrator for the Witchless in Seattle series, I did not enjoy this story as much. It might be that there wasn’t as much story here as sex. I was almost hooked at the end to grab the next, but I am not sure if I will bother.
It is never too late for a holiday story. This was a fun, lighthearted holiday romance and a quick read.
Shy Girls is a quick, lighthearted and funny story and it was just what I wanted. It could have been great if there was more meat to it and didn’t end as soon as the relationship started.
Jeff Trask is back and someone is using the current civil unrest in this country for their own gain. Very exciting and slightly disturbing thriller. Jeff and his task force are back with another gruesome set of murders. I always enjoy a good crime drama with an ensemble cast. Marc Rainer is the pen name […]
Medieval stories don’t usually interest me, but this one was so sweet. I just loved it.
Thea Harrison never disappoints. This spinoff from her Elder Races series brings the same talent and magic as all her previous book and introduces us to a wonderful new cast of characters.
I had such a hard time putting this down. There was so much excitement and as always, Cecy had me tearing up over Gemini and Taran.
Dianne Duvall takes us on a journey into the past unparalleled by even your local Renaissance Faire. While Beth might lack the magical abilities that we saw in Alyssa in A Sorceress of His Own, there is nothing more entertaining then watching this modern woman working her own magic in this male dominated world of the thirteenth century.
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.
This is the fifth and, I believe, last book in the series. Sadly I didn’t enjoyed this book as much as the first three stories in the series. I am not a big fan of storylines where Gods as the antagonist. It is a lopsided fight that can’t be won.