Review of The Enchantment Emporium by Tanya Huff

I tend to forget how much I enjoy reading Tanya Huff’s books until a new one comes out and then I’m delighted all over again. And that’s exactly what The Enchantment Emporiumis. A delight. Enter the world of Alysha Catherine Gale, a witch in a large family of witches, where there are far more females […]

Review of Poppy Done to Death by Charlaine Harris

I’m a little sad that Poppy Done to Deathis the 8th and final Aurora Teagarden Mystery. I’ll definitely miss Roe and her adventures, even though I still have Sookie Stackhouse and Harper Connelly to replace her and keep me happy. In this last book, Roe has the unfortunate luck of finding her sister-in-law Poppy dead […]

Review of Strange Brew edited by P.N. Elrod

I always enjoy reading anthologies. You get little snippets into the lives of your favorite characters, or glimpses are new characters you haven’t met yet, but might want to get to know better. Such is the case with Strange Brewand I’ll tell you about some of my favorite stories. In Seeing Eye by Patricia Briggs, […]

Review of Naamah’s Kiss by Jacqueline Carey

It was such a joy to return to the worlds of Alba and Terra d’Ange in Jacqueline Carey’s new book Naamah’s Kiss.This story takes us 100 yeas into the future, where Alais the Wise has left her stamp on Alba and her great-granddaughter, Moirin, lives in almost total isolation with her mother. Both are born […]

Review of The Awakening by Kelley Armstrong

One of the things I like about reading young adult books is that they’re quick reads. I actually finished this 2 days ago, but have been too busy to write my review. The Awakeningis the second book in the Darkest Powers series and it takes up where The Summoningleft off. Betrayed by her aunt Lauren, […]