Review: Dancing with Dragons by Lorenda Christensen

Review: Dancing with Dragons by Lorenda Christensen

  Carol Jenski, the best friend of Myrna (book #1’s heroine), got severely injured in Budapest by a dragon. When she wakes up in hospital, she finds out there has been an attack on DRACIM in Tulsa and she is the prime suspect. Rather than explain her actions to the authorities or even an angry dragon lord, she goes on the run with a dishy reporter.

Review: Crouching Tiger, Forbidden Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks

Review: Crouching Tiger, Forbidden Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks

  Russell has finally got Master Han within his grasp when some chick ruins his shot. If that isn’t enough, she then wants to work with him to bring Han down. Fortunately for the tiger-shifter princess of Tiger Town (try saying that fast) Jia, she’s cute and Russell whose been living by himself in a cave for years and years can’t resist her charms. 

Review: No Rest for the Wicked by Kresley Cole

Review: No Rest for the Wicked by Kresley Cole

  I either love or loathe Cole’s books and No Rest for the Wicked is firmly in the love category. Kadarin is the cold, bitchy Valkyrie who is incapable of showing emotion. The only thing she lives for is competing (and winning) the Hie. She fully intended to kill Sebastian “I’m a hot vampire with uber smarts” Wroth but ends up blooding him instead. Oops. What follows is a highly entertaining cat and mouse game played out around the world.

Sunday Post #34

Sunday Post #34

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news. A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. 

Review: Gunpowder Alchemy by Jeannie Lin

Review: Gunpowder Alchemy by Jeannie Lin

  You know that ancient Chinese curse “may you live in interesting times”? Well even though it turns out not to be ancient or even Chinese in origin, it actually applies fairly well to the heroine of our piece Jin Soling. She gets drawn into a murky game of politics as she tries to protect her family. 

Review: The Goodbye Witch by Heather Blake

Review: The Goodbye Witch by Heather Blake

  There’s something about this series that just puts me in a good mood and this book was no different. I think it is the warmth of the characters and the community that Blake has taken the time to craft. This time, Darcy Merriweather is trying to help her friend Star whose violent ex-husband Kyle is back in town. No one else but Star has seen the man so there is no proof that he’s been harassing her. Darcy starts looking for the supernatural means by which he could have made himself invisible.

Review: Ghost Layer by Robin D. Owens

Review: Ghost Layer by Robin D. Owens

  This court is now in session… Clare has been called in to investigate a ghostly prospector who has a nasty habit of leaving his bones in the guest beds of a millionaire. The millionaire wants him gone and the miner might just pass on if Clare can find out who killed him. 

Review: Bloom and Doom by Beverly Allen

Review: Bloom and Doom by Beverly Allen

  Audrey Bloom, one half of The Rose in Bloom florist shop, is thrust into a murder investigation when her former school friend, Jenny, becomes a prime suspect. Audrey knows there is no way Jenny would have murdered her fiancé Derek as she is far too retiring and besides, she had just told Audrey she planned to break up with him. 

Review: Say Yes to the Marquess by Tessa Dare

Review: Say Yes to the Marquess by Tessa Dare

  Clio Whitmore patiently waited eight years for her fiance Piers to return from the Continent and claim her and apart from scoring a castle, not much has happened. Sick of waiting, Clio decides to break her engagement and start living her life. She turns to Piers’ brother Rafe who has been managing Piers’s affairs for assistance. They agree that Rafe will have one week to convince Clio to stay engaged and if he fails, Rafe will sign the papers dissolving the engagement.