Review of I’m the Vampire, That’s Why by Michele Bardsley

What happens when a single soccer mom gets changed into a vampire after being attacked by a savage beast? Jessica Matthews is about to find out. The heroine of I’m the Vampire, That’s Whywakes to find herself sucking on the thigh of hunky, naked,┬áIrish vampire, Patrick O’Halloran. Patrick informs Jessica that she’s his soul mate […]

Review of Death Magic by Eileen Wilks

It’s hard to believe that there’s already an eight book in the World of the Lupi series. But here we are with Death Magic.I’d say it’s a good thing that I can’t believe it’s the eight book. That means I’m not tired of the series and still want to read more. Always a good thing. […]

Review of In the Bleak Midwinter by M.R. Sellars

I almost missed my chance to get an Advanced Reader Copy of In the Bleak Midwinter.I responded to a Facebook query from M.R. Sellars looking for reviewers interested in getting an ARC copy of the book to review. My mistake was in not checking my Speed of Write mail for weeks after responding to it. […]

Review of Defending Angels by Mary Stanton

It’s always fun to start a new series. I picked the Beaufort and Company Mystery, Defending Angels.It was an interesting read. Southern bell Brianna Winston-Beaufort has inherited her great uncle’s law practice in Savannah, GA after he dies in a fire. Eager for a chance to be on her own, she looks for temporary office […]

Review of Werewolf in the North Woods by Vicki Lewis Thompson

Once again, I managed to read the second book in a series without reading the first before hand. I’ll have to rectify that, but in the mean time, I just read the second Wild About You novel, Werewolf in the North Woods. Insurance claims adjuster, Abby Winchell, is in Portland, Oregon visiting her grandfather Earl […]