Review of Kissin’ Tell by Lorelei James

Wyoming rancher Tell McKay is getting a second chance with high school crush Georgia Hotchkiss in the 13th Rough Riders book, Kissin’ Tell.Georgia is back in Sundance against her will, sent there by her employer to help promote some local rodeos. But with their ten year high school reunion coming up, Georgia decides to enlist […]

Review of Spellcrossed by Barbara Ashford

In the follow-up to last year’s Spellcast,new book Spellcrossedpicks up the story almost two years after Rowan Mackenzie left Maggie Graham to return to faerie. Maggie and her fellow Crossroads Theatre employees have weathered one season with Maggie in charge and are about to embark on a new one. This year, Maggie has decided all the […]

Review of Ambushed! by Vicki Lewis Thompson

In the second Sons of Chance novel, Ambushed!,youngest Chance brother Gabe reconnects with a childhood friend who he used to have a crush on. Luckily, Morgan O’Connelli used to have a crush on Gabe too, except her family only lived in the Jackson Hole area for six months and they never got to act on […]

Review of The Hunter and the Hunted by Kelley Amstrong

In gearing up for the last book in the Women of the Otherworld series, Thirteen,we have two short stories in The Hunter and the Hunted. First we have Stalked, which is told from werewolf Clayton Danvers point of view. While on his honeymoon with Elena, Clayton realizes they  have a mutt stalking them. He’s so […]

Review of Kiss the Dead by Laurell K. Hamilton

I wouldn’t say I was really waiting for the 21st Anita Blake Vampire Hunter book, Kiss the Dead.More like mildly interested. While I can’t keep myself from reading it, I wasn’t exactly thrilled. The book starts out interestingly enough with Anita helping the police with the kidnapping of a fifteen year old girl by a rogue […]