Friday, November 20, 2009
Over My Dead Body by Michele Bardsley. Paranormal Romance. Bardsley has a way of making danger and disaster sexy and compelling. Who knew that eternity could be so darned sexy. Simone and her daughter Glory went to live with her grandma after her abusive husband came to his demise at Simones hands. But that wasn't the last of the disasters to come. Magic, mystery and science run rampent in this story.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Too Many Curses by A. Lee Martinez
Too Many Curses by A. Lee Martinez. Science Fiction/Fantasy. This author has a way of finding fun new ways to tell old tired stories. Nessy is the keeper of the castle for the evil wizard Margle. Every day might be her last because wizards are crazy and impulsive. But sometimes crazy and impulsive sometimes works in your favor. When Margle is dead and Nessy is left to tend after the evil curses running round the castle she has no idea what is going to happen next. Neither will you.
Thursday, November 05, 2009
Death Perception by Victoria Laurie
Death Perception by Victoria Laurie. Mystery. Abby Cooper is always in getting into trouble and this book is no exception. Victoria has a great way of taking trouble and making it fun. I'm always interested in reading more when this author writes something. The next book is already out in this series so if you aren't one to like suspense between books you're golden.
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
Wait Till Your Vampire Gets Home by Michele Bardsley
Wait Till Your Vampire Gets Home by Michele Bardsley. Romance. These make me laugh and this week I needed to laugh. I took the morning for myself (which didn't work out) and read this book. As if not enough had happened to the poor town of Broken Heart PRIS (a paranormal investigation company) is now in their midst. We had vampires, werewolves, and now Dragons. Check it out and feel your smile grow.
Monday, November 02, 2009
Just Another Judgement Day by Simon Green
Just Another Judgement Day by Simon Green. SciFi/Fantasy. A novel of the nightside. I love this series. Where a detective born from Lilith can save the souls of sinners and punish the unrepentant comes upon an agent of God and finds the man lacking. Simon Green works wonders with words that I am envious of. He has a descriptive power that makes me happy.