Review of Fair Chance by Josh Lanyon

Ex-FBI Agent Elliot Mills thought he was done with the Sculptor case, but the killer wants to bring him back in to a new game in the third All’s Fair story, Fair Chance.After implying that he wasn’t working alone, Andrew Corian sets his plan in motion to get back at Elliot. Elliot is distrustful of […]

Review of Playing Hard to Master by Sparrow Beckett

Everly is a submissive brat who hasn’t been able to find the Dom who can handle her in Playing Hard to Master.Then she meets Ambrose when he comes into the salon she works at for a haircut. He’s a Dom who not only likes a challenge, he likes a bratty one. There’s only one problem. […]

Review of Deadly Circumstances by Terri Reid

There’s a lot going on in the sixteenth Mary O’Reilly Paranormal Mystery, Deadly Circumstances.Mary is approached by two ghosts who believe they were murdered and want Mary to help find out who killed them. Mary and Bradley go to his high school reunion and bring home an unwanted poltergeist. And an old friend of Bradley’s […]

Review of The Mountain Man’s Dog by Gary Corbin

Forester Lehigh Carter just wants to live his life and not be bothered. But when he finds an injured dog on the side of the road all of that is about to end in The Mountain Man’s Dog.He ends up reconnecting with the Stacy McBride, girl who got away, at the veterinarian’s office and she tricks him […]

Review of Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs

The tenth Mercy Thompson novel, Silence Fallen,begins with Mercy being kidnapped by vampires and brought to Italy. It seems someone told them she was the most powerful person if the tri-cities, without telling them why. While it might be a little of who and what Mercy is, it’s more about who she knows. But Mercy […]