Review of How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper

When Mississippi girl Mo Wenstien decides to abandon her old life, and overbearing parents, she thinks Grundy, Alaska would be the perfect place for a new start in How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf. She rents a cozy cabin, falls into a job at the local saloon and quickly makes friends with the locals. With […]

Review of Gideon’s Sword by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

As the first book in a new series, Gideon’s Swordwas nothing short of amazing. While avenging the wrongful death of his father, Gideon Crew comes to the attention of Eli Glinn, who you might remember from Ice Limitand Dance of Death. Eli runs Effective Engineering Solutions, a company that does covert work for special clients […]

Review of Afterlives of the Rich and Famous by Sylvia Browne

Okay, I have to admit, I found the idea of Afterlives of the Rich and Famousa little silly, but that didn’t stop me from reading it. I love Sylvia Browne, so I’ll read anything she writes. I actually proved to be more interesting than I expected, because it showed that Sylvia wasn’t always right. I’ll get […]

Review of Ghastly Glass by Joyce and Jim Lavene

In the second installment of the Renaissance Faire Mysteries, Ghastly Glass,assistant professor Jessie Morton has begged, borrowed and promised favors she’ll never be able to repay in an effort to work at the Renaissance Village for the Halloween season. She’s even lined up an apprenticeship with Roger Trent, owner of the Glass Gryphon, to learn […]

Review of Home for a Spell by Madelyn Alt

In the seventh Bewitching Mystery, Home for a Spell,Maggie O’Neill finally teams up properly with her hunky boyfriend Marcus Quinn to solve the latest mystery to hit Stony Mill. Feeling guilty that she’s keeping Marcus from fulfilling his goals and depressed that her best friend Steff will be leaving her old place of residence, Maggie […]