Seeds of Intention is the second installment in the Hesse Creek series and even better than book one, Walland. Continue reading “Book Review: Seeds of Intention by Andrea Thome”
Nalini Singh has so many books you would think it would be hard to pick a series but nope, not for me. She is my ultimate favorite author, tops my list of authors I’d kill to meet, and this series right here is my favorite of all of hers. The Guild Hunter series has a grittiness and urbanness to it that I wouldn’t normally say that I like but like with most things Nalini just does it so, so well that I fell in love with her characters and this world. The same goes for the Psy/Changeling world but the Guild Hunters are just the best for me! Continue reading “Book Review: Archangel’s Viper by Nalini Singh”
George Woodbury, a schoolteacher, is arrested. The arrest leaves his family wrestling with the possibility of his guilt and this reader wondering how she managed to finish this one. It wasn’t what I expected at all.
Continue reading “Book Review: The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall”
So co written books are seriously my catnip apparently. I can think of half a dozen pairs of authors that write together that I adore! Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell. Avon Gale and Roan Parrish. Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy…and now Sarina Bowen and Sarah Mayberry joins that list with this romantic comedy book of their, Temporary. I was super excited when they announced it. I’m a well known Sarina fan because hello, who isn’t? But I’ve also been a big Sarah fan for years! So I was all around reccing my favorites of hers. If you haven’t read Her Favorite Temptation or Her Best Worst Mistake…run, don’t walk to get them. OH and Satisfaction and Anticipation– holy crap, you are in for a treat! Continue reading “Book Review: Temporary by Sarina Bowen & Sarah Mayberry”
Just before dawn, a man murders a young woman. At the same time, a hot-air balloon crashes out of the sky. There’s just one survivor of the crash and she’s seen the killer’s face, but he’s also seen hers. Can’t you hear the Law & Order “dun dun” sound effect? Continue reading “Book Review: Dead Woman Walking by Sharon Bolton”
Robyn Carr’s latest, The Summer That Made Us, is about family and all the emotions family brings forth. Continue reading “Book Review: The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr”