review: maggie get your gun

Maggie Get Your Gun by Kate Danley (2011) This is the second book in Kate Danley’s Maggie MacKay Magical Tracker series. If you haven’t read the first book, Maggie for Hire, click here for a review and keep reading at your own risk. Spoilers ahead!  Did you want to know if you should still keep... Continue Reading →

review: fast burn

Fast Burn by Lori Foster (2018) Do you remember when I reviewed Close Contact, which is the third book in Lori Foster’s Body Armor series?  Well, I didn’t like that book and found it to be a bit disappointing.  Since then, though, I have read the second book in this series, Hard Justice (which I... Continue Reading →

I just finished reading Surrender, the last book in Lisa Renee Jones' Careless Whispers trilogy. Loved this book and this series. Five stars and the whole series is a recommended read. Start with the first book, Denial.

review: haunted on bourbon street

Haunted on Bourbon Street by Deanna Chase (2011) It’s a ghost story + a love story + a cozy mystery sans the murder and has touches of the supernatural. Oh, and it’s also book one in the Jade Calhoun series. The mishmash makes it a challenge to categorize Haunted on Bourbon Street in a specific... Continue Reading →

review: the grendel affair

The Grendel Affair by Lisa Shearin (2013) Have you seen The Librarians or Bones? The Grendel Affair feels a lot like those shows, but with supernatural elements. This is the first book in Shearin’s SPI Files series and it could easily be viewed as a kind of pilot episode for the series itself. We are... Continue Reading →

review: the purest hook

The Purest Hook by Scarlett Cole (2017) I have found a new author to add to my list of favorites, and her name is Scarlett Cole. Look. The Purest Hook is packed with loads of dramatic tension and I was tense the whole time I was reading. I can only admire a book that evokes... Continue Reading →

review: maggie for hire

Maggie for Hire by Kate Danley (2011) Looking for a new urban fantasy series featuring a female protagonist as the main character? May I suggest Maggie for Hire, the first book in Kate Danley’s Maggie MacKay Magical Tracker series. Even for this slow reader it was a quick read, and I’ve already added the second... Continue Reading →

review: the strongest steel

The Strongest Steel by Scarlett Cole (2015) Are you here to find out whether or not you should add The Strongest Steel by Scarlett Cole to your to-be-read list of books? Short answer: yes. Want to know more? Keep reading… The Strongest Steel is the first book in Cole’s Second Circle Tattoos series. The book... Continue Reading →

review: after we fall

After We Fall by Melanie Harlow (2016) If this is the only sentence you read, here’s what you need to know: read this book if you love romance novels. It’s the first novel to get a five-star rating from me this year and I want to read more books by Melanie Harlow. After We Fall... Continue Reading →

Tell me how many books you read in January. I finished 12 books. No 5-star reads.  Four books received 4-star ratings. How did you do?

review: witness to passion

Beware: Witness to Passion is a racy read. It contains naughty language and graphic sexuality. If you prefer sweet romances, this one is not for you. Witness to Passion by Naima Simone (2015) Witness to Passion is a standalone story in Naima Simone’s two-book Guarding Her Body series (note: from what I’ve been able to... Continue Reading →

review: damaged!

Beware: Damaged! is a racy read. It contains naughty language and graphic sexuality. If you prefer sweet romances, this one is not for you. Damaged! by J.S. Scott (2017) Damaged! is the third book in J.S. Scott’s Walker Brothers series. Though I was a bit skeptical of the book due to the exclamation point in... Continue Reading →

review: wrong side of hell

Wrong Side of Hell by Sonya Bateman (2016) I read a lot of books that are the first in a series, and Wrong Side of Hell by Sonya Bateman is the next addition to that particular section on my bookshelves. When I read the first book in a series, I’m looking for the author to... Continue Reading →

Do you have a favorite fictional private investigator? Name drop in the comments.  I'm looking for reading inspiration.

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