Book Review: Ghost Ship by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller

Ghost Ship by Sharon Lee My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Theo Wait­ley has met her father’s Clan and been Seen by the Delm of Kor­val now, at the end of both I Dare and Salta­tion. She does not, how­ev­er, con­sid­er her­self of Kor­val — she is a Wait­ley, as is rea­son­able for a young woman […]

Book Review: Saltation by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller

Salta­tion (Theo Wait­ley, #2) by Sharon Lee My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Salta­tion (Theo Wait­ley, #2) is good enough that I fin­ished Fledg­ling (Theo Wait­ley, #1), then read it in one sit­ting. It sim­ply has the sort of momen­tum that does­n’t allow for good stop­ping points — some­thing that is true of many of the […]

Review: Fledgling by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller

Fledg­ling (Theo Wait­ley, #1) by Sharon Lee My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I half-lis­tened to part of this book as Sam Chupp pod­cast it, chap­ter by chap­ter. For some rea­son, it just did­n’t catch my fan­cy back then. I think I did­n’t let it catch my fan­cy, because of know­ing that I would have to […]

Book Review: Thirteen by Kelley Armstrong

Thir­teen by Kel­ley Arm­strong My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Well, Arm­strong def­i­nite­ly closed the series with a bang. I enjoyed this vol­ume so much that I’m tempt­ed to go back and re-read the entire series just to have more right now. All the char­ac­ters we’ve got­ten to know are back: Clay, Ele­na, Jaime, Jere­my, Hope, Karl, […]

Book Review: Mouse and Dragon by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller

Mouse and Drag­on by Sharon Lee My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I’m so pleased that Lee and Miller decid­ed to give us the sto­ry of Daav and Ael­liana after Pilots Choice. (Ear­li­er they had claimed that there was noth­ing to tell there.)  The sto­ry is a love­ly one, def­i­nite­ly roman­tic, told almost entire­ly from Ael­liana’s point […]

Book Review: Enthralled edited by Melissa Marr and Kelley Armstrong

Enthralled by Melis­sa Marr My rat­ing: 3 of 5 stars Jour­neys, lit­er­al or oth­er­wise, are the theme of this young adult anthol­o­gy. Appro­pri­ate­ly enough, it was con­ceived as the result of a book tour. “Giovanni’s Farewell” by Clau­dia Gray is a sweet, com­ing-of-age sto­ry of sorts. The twist is that it fea­tures a broth­er and sis­ter, twins, rather […]

Review: Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance My rat­ing: 3 of 5 stars Chance must have thought read­ers were bored with the Cassandra/Mircea match because much of this book is spent with Cassie falling for Pritkin with­out real­ly being aware that she’s get­ting into dan­ger­ous ter­ri­to­ry. Palmer isn’t one of my favorite char­ac­ters. She isn’t an ass-kicker, […]

Review: Spellbound by Kelley Armstrong

Spell Bound by Kel­ley Arm­strong My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars Wak­ing the Witch and Spell Bound should tru­ly be read back to back. In fact, they should be read with 13 on hand, almost as a tril­o­gy with­in the series. At the end of Wak­ing the Witch, Savan­nah silent­ly thought that if it would reunite […]

Review: Aftermath by Ann Aguirre

After­math by Ann Aguirre My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars Leave it to Aguirre to take her hero­ine in a direc­tion that is appar­ent­ly piss­ing off at least half of her read­ers (those who expect­ed romance). Sir­an­tha Jax is in fine form in After­math, stay­ing strong and true to her­self through an all-new set of trials […]

Review: Killbox by Ann Aguirre

Kill­box by Ann Aguirre My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Kill­box won’t make any sense with­out read­ing the pre­vi­ous three books, and I hon­est­ly feel that I should have gone back and re-read them before start­ing it. I was impa­tient for more fresh Aguirre after fin­ish­ing Shady Lady, though, and Kill­box is what I had on […]

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