Tag: Casee’s Reviews

Review: Covert Game by Christine Feehan

Review: Covert Game by Christine Feehan

I can’t quite put my finger on when it happened, but Christine Feehan’s writing has changed. And I’m loving it. She has always had her Carpathian series, which was darker than her other series, but that’s just not the case anymore. The GhostWalkers started to get darker a couple years ago. Now they’re completely in […]

Review: Judgment Road by Christine Feehan

Review: Judgment Road by Christine Feehan

Reaper is one of those heroes that is beyond tortured. I really wondered how he could even come away with a happy for now, let alone a happily ever after. We first met Reaper in Bound Together, which was Viktor and Blythe’s book. Viktor is the leader of a motorcycle club called Torpedo Ink, whose […]

Review: Devil’s Cut by J.R. Ward

Review: Devil’s Cut by J.R. Ward

I’m sitting here reading my reviews of The Bourbon Kings (which I loved) and Angels’ Share (which I also loved) and wondering what the holy hell happened. This series had so much promise. The biggest promise was that it was only three (three!) books. I don’t know how that could get messed up, especially after […]

Throwback Thursday Review: The Girl Most Likely To… by Susan Donovan

Throwback Thursday Review: The Girl Most Likely To… by Susan Donovan

***Every Thursday in 2018 we will be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally posted on December 29, 2008. I adore Susan Donovan. She writes some of the best contemporaries I’ve ever read. He Loves Lucy and Take a Chance on Me are a few of my favorite contemps […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Abandon the Night by Colleen Gleason

Throwback Thursday Review: Abandon the Night by Colleen Gleason

***Every Thursday in 2018 we will be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally posted on March 29, 2010. This is my favorite book of the first three books in this series. Quent has fascinated me since the beginning, especially since learning that his father was instrumental in The […]