Tag: 3.5 Reviews

Guest Review: Circus of the Damned (An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel) by Laurell K. Hamilton

Guest Review: Circus of the Damned (An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel) by Laurell K. Hamilton

This is the third book in the Anita Blake series. If you haven’t read the first 2 books, or reviews of them, this won’t make too much sense. Halloween is approaching so Anita has been slammed at work. It makes sense, if I was going to have the dead raised, I would want it on […]

Review: Fire Study by Maria v. Snyder

Review: Fire Study by Maria v. Snyder

This is the much anticipated third novel in Maria V. Snyder‘s first person Study series about Yelena, a young woman who has recently discovered she has magical powers and works to control them as outside forces interfere. This book opens where the last one ended, with Yelena in Sitia trying to learn exactly what magical […]

Secret Fantasy by Cheryl Holt

Secret Fantasy by Cheryl Holt

Melissa’s guest review of Secret Fantasy by Cheryl Holt Orphaned at a young age and sent to live with selfish relatives, Margaret Gray has no dowry and no chance of ever marring. When her aunt invites Jordan Prescott, Viscount Romney, for a visit, hoping to entice him into offering for margaret’s spoiled cousin, the dashing […]

Review: Beyond All Reason by Judith Duncan

Review: Beyond All Reason by Judith Duncan

Beyond All Reason is the first book in Judith Duncan‘s Wide Open Spaces series which center around three siblings in a small town in Canada. As I mentioned in my post yesterday, I first found out about this series years ago and had been searching for the first two books for years. I finally found […]

No Control by Shannon K. Butcher

No Control by Shannon K. Butcher

Book description: Lana Hancock knows all about danger–and betrayal. Eighteen months ago, she was captured by a terrorist group known as the Swarm while one of its members, a rugged man with sinfully dark eyes, did nothing to help her. Now when she’s freed and desperate to put it all behind her, the unthinkable happens. […]