Read this a while ago but all of Sue Grafton's alphabet series are good mysteries so I would recommend them. I like Kinsey's spunk and how she goes about finding out the solution to the crime at hand. A good read.
Excellent story, it keeps you on your seat as you wonder when the villian (Gary White) will pop up and show his evil self. John and Genesis are a good match, one that will help the Chosen Ones continue to fight the good fight. One of a series that you'll definitely want to start with book one.
Another wonderful story by Janet Chapman. A time trapped medieval warrior must rescue himself and another passenger from a plane crash. The other passenger is a beautiful scientist who's not been used to letting her heart take control but now finds the challenge with the warrior.
Kinley does a wonderful job of bringing the two lovers together. Maggie has loved Braden all her life and wonders why he's never paid her any attention. Well, the story will prove he finally does and love blossoms. A good story by a great writer.
Not what I expected. It's like one of those star magazines that you pick up at the grocery store. The content is ok just not a book. I like Gena Showalter & Jill Monroe and they did try to make it interesting along the lines of what they write but I wouldn't have bought it.
Excellent book! If you've not read the Sons of Destiny books, this would be ok to read out of sequence but if you have, this is a treat of additional stories along the same line as the other books. The stories are chronological, quickly read and enjoyable. Definitely a book to pick up and read. You won't be disappointed.
Excellent book. I really enjoyed the play between Cat and Bones. She's gutsy and isn't afraid to push back when Bones gets rough. I liked it so well I got the rest of the series up to present. Would recommend it to anyone who likes vampires.
A young woman has to repay a debt for her family to a man who's family has been enemies of hers for centuries. Rather than wed him, she decides to work off the debt and discovers love and must decide if he's the enemy or her true love.
I thoroughly enjoy Angela Knight's Mageverse books and this one did not disappoint me. The main character, Jim London, is a werewolf who goes "undercover" as a dog with the police department in the town where his friend has died. Something's not right and he's going to find out what it is. His handler is Faith Weston, a woman who is sensing that there's something very wrong going on in the department. Her new dog turns out to be a werewolf and after she's turned into a werewolf herself by one of the department officers, leads her in a chase for both the answers to what's going on but also on a journey to learning how to trust a man again. The book is full of action, magic and of course, a happy ever after ending for Jim and Faith. You'll love it!
Three fun, romping stories from three great authors. In Slow Hands by Janelle Denison, two high school lovers reunite to find that neither has forgotten the other and after the truth behind what caused their split is revealed, their love blossoms anew. Color Me Wicked by Nina Bangs has her cosmic trouble maker, Sparkle Stardust and Sparkles apprentice Deimos (in cat form), doing their best (or worst) to bring two totally unsuitable people together in love. And last, but not least in MaryJanice Davidson's The Fixer-Upper, a ghost and a lonly woman meet in an unexpected way to bring both happiness (can't tell you how or it would ruin the story!) Enjoy!