Review of The Highlander’s Touch by Karen Marie Moning

Okay, there’s still nothing like a good trashy historical romance. Not that I really consider Karen Marie Moning’s Highlander Series trashy, but it is good. This time around is book 3, The Highlander’s Touch.I will say she certainly does like to have time travel in her books. Lisa Stone finds herself transported from the 21st […]

Reivew of Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men by Molly Harper

It’s not often that a book will make me laugh hysterically and cry all at the same time. Molly Harper seems to manage to make me do that consistently. I just finished the 2nd Jane Jameson book, Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men,and I love it. This time around, Jane is being driven slowly crazy […]

Review of Chicks Kick Butt edited by Rachel Caine and Kerrie L. Hughes

As much as I like reading anthologies, they can be a little hit or miss. I didn’t enjoy all of the stories in Chicks Kick Butt,but I did like enough of them to make it worthwhile. As usual, I’ll talk about my favorites. Shiny– Rachel Caine: As an addition to the Weather Warden series, I […]

Review of Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs by Molly Harper

I enjoyed Molly Harper’s werewolf book so much, that I finally decided to read her Jane Jameson vampire series, the first of which is Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs. Librarian Jane Jameson has had a very bad day. She gets fired from the job she loves, gets drunkĀ at a bar(where she does meet a hunky […]

Review of Home Improvement: Undead Edition edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner

There’s nothing like a good anthology and Home Improvement: Undead Editioncertainly qualifies as one. Here are some of my favorite stories. If I had a Hammer – Charlaine Harris: Sookie and Sam are helping her best friend Tara and her husband JB with a little home renovation when they discover an old blood covered hammer […]