Publisher: St. Martin's Press

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Review: Hard Breaker (Gargoyles #6) by Christine Warren

Review: Hard Breaker (Gargoyles #6) by Christine Warren

November 2, 2017 Review 0

HARD BREAKER is a fun, action-filled book that works shockingly well as a standalone book especially considering it is the last book in a series. The flashback introduction helps set the world of Guardians/gargoyles and magic in just a few pages getting you up to speed on the who, why, and what of the overall story arc.

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Review: Sixth Grave on the Edge (Charley Davidson #6) by Darynda Jones

Review: Sixth Grave on the Edge (Charley Davidson #6) by Darynda Jones

May 22, 2014 Review 4

Every time I pick up a Charley Davidson book, I’m concerned that maybe, just maybe, I’m misremembering how good the previous books were. After all, there’s no way Charley can be that snarky, Reyes can be that sexy, and Cookie can be that sweet, right? And yet, with every one, my love of this series is reaffirmed, and SIXTH GRAVE ON THE EDGE is no exception to that rule.

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Review: The Midnight Witch by Paula Brackston

Review: The Midnight Witch by Paula Brackston

March 26, 2014 Review 0

Downton Abbey by way of Anne Rice, THE MIDNIGHT WITCH is a touching period romance, set against a backdrop of a dying class system and a secret magical war over the ability to raise the dead. Though the exact purpose of the Lazarus Coven and their sorcerer rivals, the Sentinels, is vague, Brackston does an excellent job of painting Lilith Montgomery’s classic struggle between her duty to her craft and her heart.

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Review: Fifth Grave Past the Light (Charley Davidson #5) by Darynda Jones

Review: Fifth Grave Past the Light (Charley Davidson #5) by Darynda Jones

July 14, 2013 Review 2

Charley Davidson is the kind of urban fantasy heroine that I want to be. Barring that, I’d love for her to be my best friend. Since she’s fictional, I suppose it’s a bit hard for that to happen, so in the meantime, I kept myself happy by reading FIFTH GRAVE PAST THE LIGHT, the fifth installment in the Charley Davidson series. Opening up a Charley book is like slipping into your favorite pair of jeans- comfortable and familiar. I sat down and read this book straight through in an afternoon, not wanting it to end, but at the same time dying to know what was coming next.

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Review: Death, Doom and Detention (Darklight #2) by Darynda Jones

Review: Death, Doom and Detention (Darklight #2) by Darynda Jones

March 12, 2013 Review 4

DEATH, DOOM AND DETENTION was a good book that isn’t perfect, but still a light, fun read. The underlying premise is different from a lot of paranormal YA I’ve read recently- instead of brooding werewolves or sexy vampires, we’ve got hot angels and terrifying ghosts. And while sometimes the premise verges on ridiculous, we still have some great characters, plenty of teenage angst and obviously, some supernatural drama.

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