Brie’s guest review of Mistress by Amanda Quick. After a year of grand adventures touring the classical ruins of Italy and Greece, Iphiginia Bright returned to England to discover that the real excitement was at home. It seems that her Aunt Zoe has fallen victim to a sinister blackmailer and only Iphiginia can hope to […]
The winner of the three Kathryn Shay books is… KRIS!!
When I was sixteen, I spent the summer in Palm Springs with my aunt. She taught me how to drive a five speed that year and let me go just about where ever I wanted. There was only one small problem…it was a 1982 VW Rabbit that was prone to overheating and not starting. In […]
It’s been quite some time since I last read a Highland historical and I’m glad that I picked this book up. I’m very wary of trying new to me authors because I always expect the worst which could work out for me in the end if I really end up liking the book, as was […]
Melissa‘s review of The Killing Dance, book six in Laurell K. Hamilton‘s Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. “THESE DAYS MY LIFE IS A CROSS BETWEEN PRETERNATURAL SOAP OPERA AND AN ACTION ADVENTURE MOVIE. SORT OF AS THE CASKET TURNS MEETS RAMBO.”The first hit man came after me at home, which should be against the rules. […]