Review of Undead and Done by MaryJanice Davidson

Thanks to her former Antichrist sister, Laura, Queen Betsy Taylor is not just in charge of Hell, but she now has to deal with the vampires being outed in the fifteenth and last book, Undead and Done.Laura’s plan is that if people believe in Hell and the Devil, they’ll all become believers of God and […]

Review of Accidentally Ever After by Dakota Cassidy

Antonia Vitali has been hiding out in New Jersey from her mob ex-boyfriend when she runs into the girls from OOPS in Accidentally Ever After.An unfortunate wish turns into a wormhole in a dressing room and Toni is pulled into it after Nina, Marty, Wanda and zombie Carl. Now the five of them are in […]

Review of Undead and Underwater by MaryJanice Davidson

Undead and Underwateris a collection of three novellas, two of which have some of our favorite characters in them. Let’s cover all the bases. Super, Girl! – This is a story of a harried HR manager named Hailey Derry¬†who’s alter ego is It Girl, a superhero who spends her time saving people. Her world is […]

Review of Seawitch by Kat Richardson

Harper Blaine is back for another adventure in the seventh Greywalker novel, Seawitch.The title refers to the mysterious boat she’s been asked to investigate by the insurance company who owns it, having paid out for its loss twenty-seven years ago. The boat has returned to port, seemingly of its own accord. The only evidence of […]

Review of Fish Out of Water by MaryJanice Davidson

I was saddened to find out that Fish Out of Wateris the third and last book in the Fred the Mermaid series. I’ve grown to really enjoy Fred and I’ll miss her lots. Hopefully she’ll make an appearance in a short story at some point. Fish Out of Water has poor Fred feeling exactly that. […]