Review of Cowboys Like Us by Vicki Lewis Thompson

In the sixth Sons of Chance book, Cowboys Like Us,ex-baseball player Logan Carswell is in Shoshone, Wyoming for the wedding of his best friend Alex. Still recovering from a recent knee injury, Logan is at loose ends. He hasn’t decided what to do with the rest of his life now that the career he wanted […]

Review of The Dead Season by Donna Ball

Not having much else to do in the off season, Raine Stockton, with her dog Cisco,┬átakes on an unexpected job in The Dead Season,the sixth book in the Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries series. While checking into a wilderness program for troubled teens, Raine is offered a job accompanying one of the groups on a ten […]

Review of Don’t Read This Book edited by Chuck Wendig

It’s very rare I’ll say this, but I really don’t feel like talking about the individual stories in Don’t Read This Book.It’s not that I didn’t like them, some of them I did, but it’s not the typical type of book I’d read. The subtitle of this book is 13 Forbidden Tales From The Mad […]

Review of Go Fetch by Shelly Laurenston

When werewlf Conall Viga-Feilan met human Miki Kendrick in the first Magnus Pack novel Pack Challenge,he was already drawn to her. When we meet up with both of them again in Go Fetch,we find out why. Miki is the only one who sees through his nice guy act and it doesn’t scare her off. If […]

Review of Jealous and Freakn’ by Eve Langlais

I think I’ve said this before, but I love Eve Langlais books. I’ve finally read Jealous and Freakn’, the second book in the Freakn’ Shifters series, and it was great. Werewolf Francine has lusted after her best friend’s brother, Mitchell, since she was old enough to know he’d be her mate. Mitchell wants nothing to […]