Review of Greywalker by Kat Richardson

Kat Richardson is one of those authors who keeps showing up on my Amazon recommended books list based on other books I buy. I’ve read a few of her short stories and liked them, but hadn’t gotten around to buying one of her books. Roger came home with Greywalkerearlier this month and suggested I read […]

Review of A Fool and His Honey by Charlaine Harris

In the 6th Aurora Teagarden Mystery, A Fool and His Honey,we find Roe and her husband Martin Bartell being visited unexpectedly by his niece, Regina. Regina was married seven months ago, but she’s shown up with three week old baby Hayden in tow, but no husband. Roe and Martin are both perplexed by Regina’s sudden […]

Review of Undone by Rachel Caine

Undoneis the first book in Rachel Caine’s new series Outcast Season. This series takes place in the same universe as the Weather Warden Seriesand we get a brief glimpse of Joanne Baldwin and Djinn David at the beginning of the book when Cassiel, one of the ancient Djinn who has never taken on human form, […]

Review of Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs

In the continued theme of kick-ass women, today’s review is of Bone Crossed,the 4th book in the Mercy Thompson series. For those of you who don’t know Mercy, she’s a shape-shifter who can turn into a coyote, but was raised by werewolves. She’s also an excellent car mechanic and a walker. Problem is, Mercy doesn’t […]

Review of Mortal Danger by Eileen Wilks

Even though I had previously read the first book in this series, Tempting Danger,and enjoyed it, I was still unsure how I would like the second World of the Lupi book, Mortal Danger.I shouldn’t have worried, because I liked it just as much as the first book. This book starts a few weeks after the […]