Review of Swimming Without A Net by MaryJanice Davidson

It may seem like I’ve been reading a lot of MaryJanice Davidson’s books lately, but she does write a lot! Swimming Without A Netis the second Fred the Mermaid book. This time, our unlikely heroine, Fred, has been asked to attend a Pelagic in the Cayman Islands, a meeting of all the Undersea Folk that […]

Review of The Gargoyle (ARC) by Andrew Davidson

Roger brough home the Advanced Reader Copy of The Gargoyleabout a month ago and I was excited that I would get to review a book before it came out. The problem is, this isn’t the kind of book I would normally read. It’s the kind of book the women I eat lunch with would read […]

Review of Real Vampires Have Curves by Gerry Bartlett

It took me awhile to get through Real Vampires Have Curves,but it wasn’t all the book’s fault. I’ve been busy with other things and for me the book was a slow starter. I picked it up hoping it would be a quick read, like the MaryJanice Davidson books. While it wasn’t a quick read, it […]

Review of Undead and Unworthy by MaryJanice Davidson

Queen of the Vampires, Betsy Taylor, still can’t seem to catch a break in her 7th book, Undead and Unworthy.She’s finally married her annoying but handsome King, Sinclair. She saved her best friend Jessica from dying of cancer. She helped psychic werewolf Antonia finally change into a werewolf. And she finally has a baby to […]

Review of End of Days by Sylvia Browne

I’ve said in a previous review that I adore Sylvia Browne. She is one of the most down to earth and loving authors you could ever hope to find. In her new book, End of Days,she discusses and clarifies the many doomsday prophesies that have come and gone, as well as the ones that haven’t […]