Review of Written in Stone by David Rhodes

Inventor Charles Dawson has made a mistake he doesn’t want to repeat again in Written in Stone.He gets stranded 150 million years in the past and spends as much time as he can writing messages to someone in the future to stop him. Those messages are found by two different people. Professor Ray Tiggit, who […]

Review of Lost Souls by Kelley Armstrong

While Olivia Taylor-Jones is out of town with her boyfriend Ricky, lawyer Gabriel Marsh is offered a case he’s knows she’ll find interesting in Cainesville novella Lost Souls.A hitchhiking ghost right out of an urban legend is leading people astray and in some recent cases, causing them to commit suicide. Liv agrees to help of […]

Review of Sweet Surrender by Liliana Hart

In this MacKenzie Family novella, Sweet Surrender,retired undercover police officer Grant Boone is at loose ends while visiting his friend Cooper MacKenzie in Surrender, Montana. That’s when he sees pastry chef Liza Carmichael across the street and he can’t stop himself from walking into her shop. While all Liza wants to do is sell the […]

Review of Ostrich and the ‘Roo by Eve Langlais

Marybell Wilson just wants to be left alone after she escapes from the Furry United Coalition (FUC)┬áin the sixth book, Ostrich and the ‘Roo.A former victim of the Mastermind, Mari is stuck in her ostrich form and occasionally monsters out when she gets scared or angry. Then she gets captured by Jaxon Jones, a kangaroo […]

Review of Spouse on Haunted Hill by E.J. Copperman

Alison Kerby is just happy to have her daughter home in the eight Haunted Guesthouse Mystery, Spouse on Haunted Hill,so she’s not expecting her ex-husband Steven to follow her daughter off the plane. As usual, Steven us up to his old tricks, getting involved in a scheme guaranteed to make him money. Then the man […]