Darynda Jones takes the vest best parts of Charley Davidson and gives us Sunshine Vicram. I don’t know how I am going to survive until the next book releases.
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book #49 of the series was a bit of a dud. I am hoping she is saving it all up for the next book. J.D. Robb (a/k/a Nora Roberts) is reaching a pinnacle with her next book, Golden in Death, which will be #50 of the In Death series. This is one of my favorite […]
We are up to 47 books in the series and various short-stories. With that said, they can’t all be winners. This one didn’t give us much in characters or in great investigation. Hopefully she isn’t saving everything up for Book 50.
One of the more interesting In Death books in quite a while. This investigation kept you on your toes.
Eve and Roarke are always a favorite.
Such wonderful world-building by Kerrelyn Sparks. She obviously had a great time creating these new characters. In the second in her new Embraced series, we can really start to see how much fun Kerrelyn had stetching her imagination. Her complaint about her Love at Stake series was that all the vampires had the same abilities […]
I have missed Kerrelyn Sparks’s humor. This new series is delightful. I can’t wait to see what comes next. As this is the first book of a new series, there is so much to talk about — the set up for the new world building as well as all the new characters. To keep […]
Eve Dallas is one of my favorite characters. Even after 44 novels, I am still hooked. These characters feel like old friends and the investigations are always intriguing and sometime even disturbing. I can’t wait to read more.
This series is sexy, fun and addictive. We can’t get enough to Charlie Davidson and Reyes Farrow. Charley is back in New Mexico and back to doing what she does best — getting into trouble.
Charley Davidson might have lost her memory, but she hasn’t lost her talent for getting herself into trouble. We are as frustrated as Reyes waiting to see what it will take to finally return Charley to her old self, but the story has all the usual fun and quirkiness we have come to expect from Charley Davidson and Darynda Jones.