Review of Spirit Dances by C.E. Murphy

I have one word for Spirit Dances:Wow! Just when you think the Walker Papers series can’t get any better, it goes and blows your mind. I’m actually torn about how much or little to say. Just when Joanne thinks life might return back to normal, for her at least, she’s given tickets to an Native American Dance […]

Review of Deadly Daggers by Joyce and Jim Lavene

The third book in the Renaissance Faire Mysteries, Deadly Daggers,has Jessie Morton back at the Renaissance Village for another summer, this time apprenticing with master sword-maker, Daisy. The drama begins immediately when she finds out that Daisy will be duelling with Alastair the Great, a Professional swordsman who travels to Ren Faires showing his prowess. […]

Review of Beneath the Dark Ice by Greig Beck

I think I’ve found a new action hero! Beneath the Dark Iceintroduces us to the Arcadian, Captain Alex Hunter, who was left for dead in Chechnya by a Russian assassin named Borshov. A bullet lodged in his brain has caused changes to his strength and reflexes, creating a kind of super soldier who’s latest mission is […]

Review of Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

When I started reading Darkfever,the first book in the Fever Series, I really wasn’t sure I was going to like it. In fact, through the first few chapters, I was pretty sure I wouldn’t. At some point, I really started liking it. 22 year old MacKayla Lane, Mac for short, has had her world turned […]

Review of River Marked by Patricia Briggs

I loved the new Mercy Thompson book, River Marked.The surprise wedding at the beginning sets the tone for the whole book and I found myself laughing often. It was kind of nice to see a lighter side of the Mercy Thompson series. While on their honeymoon, after that surprise wedding, Mercy and her new husband, […]