Tag: 3.5 Reviews

Guest Review: Highland Crown by May McGoldrick

Guest Review: Highland Crown by May McGoldrick

Isabella Drummond is a surgeon, married to a doctor.  They had lived in Edinburgh for six years and had a stable if unexciting life.  Her husband, Archibald, was a reformer, however and when it came down to a day of strikes, he was killed and Isabella ran for her life with her sister and her […]

Guest Review: Stone Cold Heart by Laura Griffin

Guest Review: Stone Cold Heart by Laura Griffin

In the latest Tracers book from Laura Griffin, we’re back following a Delphi Center employee. This time it’s Sara Lockhart, a forensic anthropologist. There’s not much to say about the plot of the book that isn’t in the cover copy or that doesn’t spoil some of the mystery. This is a much more twisty, turny […]

Guest Review: In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston

Guest Review: In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston

More honey badgers! That should honestly be the tag line for this book, because anyone who glimpsed the MacKilligan sisters in Hot and Badgered should pretty much know what that means: lots of fighting and violent but devoted sisterly love. This book is about Stevie MacKilligan. Stevie is the genius in the family, the one […]

Review: Anatomy of a Player by Cindi Madsen

Review: Anatomy of a Player by Cindi Madsen

Anatomy of a Player is the second book in Cindi Madsen’s Taking Shots series and it was another quick listen for me. I listened to the entire book in a day and let the drama between Hudson and Whitney take me away for a while. I will say right off the bat that I enjoyed […]

Guest Review: Freedom to Love by Susanna Fraser

Guest Review: Freedom to Love by Susanna Fraser

Henry Farlow is a British officer who was injured in battle.  He was left there after the battle, everyone presuming he’s dead. He manages to leave the field where the battle took place and finds himself at a plantation.  He comes across a woman and a girl who are digging in the lawn.  They take […]