Tag: 4.0 Reviews

Review: Frost Burned by Patricia Briggs

Review: Frost Burned by Patricia Briggs

Frost Burned is the seventh book in the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs and it was another captivating story about the crazy shit that happens on the daily in Mercy Thompson’s life. This book jumps off right at the beginning. Mercy is out shopping with her step-daughter Jesse when they get into a car […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Taming the Scotsman by Kinley MacGregor

Throwback Thursday Review: Taming the Scotsman by Kinley MacGregor

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! This review was originally posted on May 26, 2008. Another MacAllister finds true love. This is the third MacAllister brother to find his wife and this book was enjoyable. Not the best of the bunch, but still enjoyable because it added […]

Review: Passion on Park Avenue by Lauren Layne

Review: Passion on Park Avenue by Lauren Layne

Passion on Park Avenue is the first book in Lauren Layne’s new Central Park Pact series and it kicks off a series of three women who became friends on the day of their boyfriend’s funeral. Yeah, all three had the same boyfriend but they didn’t know that they were sharing. It’s a weird premise but […]

Guest Review: Every Last Breath by Juno Rushdan

Guest Review: Every Last Breath by Juno Rushdan

It’s a secret agent book! I am always down for a good spy thriller, and this book didn’t disappoint. Maddox Kinkade is an elite operative with a covert government organization trying to stop a bioterrorist attack. The problem is, the person they need help from is none other than the fiance she thought dead. For […]

Review: Fair Game by Patricia Briggs

Review: Fair Game by Patricia Briggs

The werewolves are out. To humans that is. It is now more important than ever that the werewolves be on their best behavior. An infraction that used to be a slap on the wrist and a learning experience is now a death sentence. The Marrok has essentially turned his son, Charles, into his own person […]