Review of A Perfect Blood by Kim Harrison

It’s almost hard to believe there have been ten Hollows books, but here we are with A Perfect Blood.Rachel Morgan’s life hasn’t gotten any better since she was declared a demon and had Trent Kalamack put an enchanted silver bracelet on her wrist to keep her from tapping a ley line and effectively hiding her […]

Review of Raven Calls by C.E. Murphy

In book seven of The Walker Papers, Raven Calls,Joanne Walker is on her way to Ireland. After being bitten by a werewolf, her magic has called her to go there, leaving everything behind. So it’s a complete surprise when her friend Gary Muldoon meets her at the airport in Dublin, sent by her former boss and […]

Review of Fifty Shades Freed by E. L. James

So, here we are at the end of our trilogy with Fifty Shades Freed.Ana and Christian are now married and trying to enjoy their new life, but they’re being stalked by Ana’s former boss, who has a personal vendetta against Christian and his family. Even though Christian has increased security, Ana seems determined to thwart […]

Review of Fifty Shades Darker by E. L. James

Okay, so I couldn’t resist reading book two in the Fifty Shades Trilogy, Fifty Shades Darker,immediately after the first. I just had to know what was going to happen next. Of course, it was inevitable that Ana and Christian wouldn’t stay away from each other after she walks out on him at the end of […]

Review of Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James

Okay, I have to admit that after hearing all the hype on TV and the Internet about Fifty Shades of Grey,I was mighty curious. What had Dr. Drew in such an uproar about the evil’s of BDSM? What had women’s reading groups swooning over it and BDSM practitioners a little pissed off? So, now I […]