Review of Blood Brothers by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

To gear up for the next book in the Order of the Sanguines series, we have Blood Brothers,a short story that introduces us to Arthur Crane, a British reported who investigated a rash of killing in the 60s at the end of the Summer of Love. While in San Francisco, he hopes to find his […]

Review of The Witch’s Dream by Victoria Danann

Book two in the Order of the Black Swan series, The Witch’s Dream,takes up not long after My Familiar Strangerleaves off. Elora and Ram marry at the beginning and then the members of B Compamy head to Edinburgh to hunt for a werewolf. There, Engel Storm meets Litha Brandywine, a witch and half-demon, who knows […]

Review of Dial C for Chihuahua

Reading Dial C for Chihuahua,has made me wish I had a Chihuahua. When the story starts, Geri Sullivan adopts a Chihuahua to keep her company. She doesn’t expect to get one that talks to her. He informs her his name is Pepe and he’s led a very interesting life so far. He’s lived the high […]

Review of I Cross My Heart by Vicki Lewis Thompson

The tenth Sons of Chance story, I Cross My Heart,finds recently divorced Nash Bledsoe working and living at the Last Chance Ranch while he rebuilds his life and saves up money to buy eventually buy his own place. He gets sent out the empty neighboring Triple G Ranch to investigate a possible fire and finds self-help author Bethany […]

Review of The Rising by Kelley Armstrong

In the final installment of the Darkness Rising trilogy, The Rising,skinwalker Maya Delaney and her remaining friends are looking for someone to help them escape from the Cabals and find a solution to their problems. Their families all think they’re dead and they even attend their own funeral service from a distance. When they do […]