Category: Reviews

Weekly Reread: Ransom by Julie Garwood.

Weekly Reread: Ransom by Julie Garwood.

With all the talk about Shadow Music going around and then finding out that Brodick was in the story, I thought it’d be cool to do a reread of one of my favorite Julie Garwoods of all time (Yeah so I’ve got a few of them but dude, this is totally one of them) to […]

On a Highland Shore by Kathleen Givens

On a Highland Shore by Kathleen Givens

Book description: 1263: On Scotland’s western shore, the village of Somerstrath prepares for the joyous wedding of Margaret MacDonald, the laird’s daughter. But a dark storm of bloodshed and betrayal is closing in, as a merciless band of Vikings roams the seas. Margaret is determined to hold her clan together and to locate her abducted […]

Review: Shadow Music by Julie Garwood

Review: Shadow Music by Julie Garwood

This book was a huge disappointment to me. Not b/c it was bad. It really wasn’t. It just is not what I expect when I pick up a Garwood historical. Basically, my expectations were too high. When Princess Gabrielle of St. Biel travels to the Highlands to marry a Scottish laird, she is prepared to […]

Lightning Reviews: Jo Goodman

Lightning Reviews: Jo Goodman

This is the story of the Compass Club. A series of four books, I thought it would be done best if they were reviewed together. Let Me Be the One 4.5 out of 5 In bestselling author Jo Goodman’s captivating new quartet, you’ll meet the four intriguing gentlemen of the Compass Club — North, South, […]

Dead Girls Are Easy by Terry Garey

Dead Girls Are Easy by Terry Garey

Nicki Styx—she was strictly goth and vintage, until a brush with the afterlife leaves her with the ability to see dead people. Before you can say boo, Atlanta’s ghosts are knocking at Nicki’s door. Now her days consist of reluctantly cleaning up messes left by the dearly departed, leading ghouls to the Light . . […]