Review of To Tame a Highland Warrior by Karen Marie Moning

Ah, there’s nothing like a good trashy historical romance to read while on vacation. To Tame a Highland Warriorwas a good pick. As a direct continuation of Beyond the Highland Mist,it follows Hawk’s good friend Grimm Roderick as he’s called to his foster home by a note that simply says ‘Come for Jillian’. Unable to […]

Review of Undead and Undermined by MaryJanice Davidson

After the awful revelations of Undead and Unfinished, we’re immediately dumped into the aftermath with Undead and Undermined.Vampire Queen Betsy has found out some awful truths about what the future holds, but now she’s found that she and her sister Laura, the Devil’s daughter, have also changed the present with their time travelling adventures in […]

Review of Disturbance by Jan Burke

Welcome back Irene Kelly! I’ve been missing you! It’s been a five year wait since the last Irene Kelly novel, Kidnapped. The tenth book in the series, Disturbance,reunites us with an old enemy of Irene’s, serial killer Nick Parrish. We first met Parrish back in 1999, when the seventh book Bones,was released. Along with her […]

Review of Kitty’s Big Trouble by Carrie Vaughn

Ah…Kitty Norville. You are a welcome breath of fresh air. And your 9th book, Kitty’s Big Trouble,you show us once again why we love you so much. It’s actually the perfect title, since this book is a cross between Kitty Norville and Big Trouble in Little China. Kitty gets called to San Fransisco by the vampire Anastasia […]

Review of Naamah’s Blessing by Jacqueline Carey

Another great book by Jacqueline Carey done. Naamah’s Blessing,the last book in the Naamah Trilogy, follows our heroine Moirin and her husband Bao across the ocean from Terre d’Ange to Terra Nova, the new world. They go in search of the missing Prince Thierry, rightful heir to the throne, after his father kills himself from grief, […]