Year: 2014

Review: A Cursed Bloodline by Cecy Robson

Posted November 17, 2014 in Review / 6 Comments
Review: A Cursed Bloodline by Cecy Robson

We need to talk. I’d like to discuss genres and what you’re reading. Do you read urban fantasy? Do you read paranormal romance? Do you read plain ‘ole romance?? Do you like strong heroines? Do you like that heroine to have a strong support system in the form of kick-ass sisters?

If ANY of these have piqued your interest, you really need to start the Weird Girls series by Cecy Robson.

Review: Seventh Grave and No Body by Darynda Jones

Posted October 20, 2014 in Review / 4 Comments
Review: Seventh Grave and No Body by Darynda Jones

Uncontrollable giggling out loud. It’s a staple of Darynda Jones’ books. If you’ve read ANY of her Charley Davidson series, you already know this and plan your reading locations accordingly. Me? I just irritate the heck out of everyone else in the library break room 😀

Review: Her Perfect Game by Shannyn Schroeder

Posted October 16, 2014 in Review / 2 Comments
Review: Her Perfect Game by Shannyn Schroeder

This book may have very well saved my book-brain’s life. I was in rut, stuck trudging through a book with no end in sight. I’ve got worlds to discover, people’s lives to live, and love to conquer. My brain, she needed a re-boot (please excuse the speaking about body parts as separate entities – I’m reading Darynda Jones at the moment and the book spilleth over into life). I picked up some other books and two other genres didn’t fix my rut. Drastic measures were needed.

Review: Once Perfect by Cecy Robson

Posted October 10, 2014 in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Once Perfect by Cecy Robson

Once Perfect is Cecy Robson’s first story in her Shattered Past series, a new adult romance series. It’s Ms. Robson’s unique spin on the old story of the good girl and “bad” boy from the wrong side of town. It’s a story where ultimately our heroine, Evelyn (Evie) proves to Mateo that they have more in common than one would believe looking in from the outside. I really enjoyed getting to that ultimate lesson at the end of the story, it made the ride worth it.