The Vanishing by Jayne Ann Krentz came out in January 2020 and I finally got to it yesterday. I finished reading it this morning. Fogg Lake, Book 1 Paranormal Mystery / Suspense and Romance Here’s the book description. Decades ago in the small town of Fogg Lake, The Incident occurred: an explosion in the caveContinue reading “Quick Review: The Vanishing by Jayne Ann Krentz”
Amanda Quick’s Tightrope is another historical romantic suspense set in the early 1930s in Burning Cove. The book came out in May and I finally read it a few weeks ago. I think I liked it best of the three books set in Burning Cove, and although I have a feeling this was the lastContinue reading “Another Burning Cove Novel: Tightrope by Amanda Quick”
I went on a bit of reading binge recently and caught up with Amanda Quick’s latest books.
This book was a good find for me. I happen to love shorter novels and novellas, and Fanning the Flames is a first in series novella. From what I can tell, it’s also part of a bigger series, so really it’s a prequel for a series within a series. Series: Girls’ Night Out book 0Continue reading “Quick Review: Fanning the Flames by Victoria Dahl”
The Martian by Andy Weir is one of those books that you embarrass yourself talking about with everyone you meet because it’s just so good you can’t not talk about it. That’s what happened to me, anyway. Maybe you have more self-control. I wasn’t even finished with the book before I called my mother, whoContinue reading “Quick Review: The Martian”
I have a weakness for Amanda Quick’s historical romance novels, especially those from before her paranormal phase. Ravished, Mistress, Mischief, Deception, Affair … these are five of my favorites and I had a chance to read Mischief, Affair, and Deception for the umpteenth this past week or so and I had a great time doing it. I have a difficult time sometimes putting intoContinue reading “Revisiting Old Favorites: Amanda Quick’s Mischief, Affair, and Deception”
A quick review of A Talent for War.
Although a lot of people have complained about the ending of his book, I can’t agree with any of them! This book is one of my favorites.
After Daybreak is the perfect ending to the Darkness Before Dawn trilogy by J. A. London.
This book, the sequel to Darkness Before Dawn, is amazing. It definitely exceeded my expectations. J.A. London went above and beyond with this book. In my opinion, the second book is usually not even close to being as good as the first, but this book is just as good as the first, if not better.Continue reading “Blood-Kissed Sky by J.A. London”