I'll never catch up, so here's a quick list of recent reads
I've been trying to decide what to say about this book ever since I read it. If I take it entirely on it's own merit, it's an excellent shapeshifter mystery story. The hero is strong - only had one alph-moment that pissed me off
On the other hand, as someone who's read the JD Robb series, this book was uncomfortably like that series. The strong hero is also a richer-than-
So, if you like JD Robb and don't mind that instead of it being slightly in the future, it's about werewolves, you will like this book. But you may find yourself tempted to compare parts of it to "Naked in Death"
And you can be sure I'll be buying the next book in this series, by the way.
"In the Arms of Danger" by Madison Hayes 4 out of 5
I got to read this wonderful novella (yes, it's not a full-length story and I still loved it!) about a year ago, and ever since I've had fingers crossed that it would find a home. It's about a young American college student who becomes stranded in England, and is saved from an uncomfortable encounter by a tough young man, named Dicky. The heroine's fairly innocent, the hero has definitely seen too much time on the streets. And suddenly, she finds herself embroiled in a terrorist incident and in danger for her life! Yes, she decides she's "in love" way too fast, but that is often the nature of being young (and being the heroine of a novella
"Gaining Ground" by Gail Delaney 4 out of 5 (took 1/2 point off for editing mistakes)
This 3rd book in her "Phonix Rebellion" series has all the emotion of the first two. And she's introduced a couple of new twists that totally threw me for a loop! I'm looking forward to the next one with mixed emotions, because I know it's the last one, and I don't want this series to end. But I'm going to be honest here...if typos bug you, read fast so maybe you won't see them! I stopped counting after I hit an even dozen.
"A Fistful of Charms" by Kim Harrison 3 out of 5
This is book 4 in Harrison's series about a young witch who's...well.
"Ghost Hunter" by Jayne Castle 4 out of 5
This is another book set in her Harmony futuristic world. I enjoyed it. I like this world of hers. I've read some complaints about this books - that she "overwhelms" the reader with jargon (i.e., "rezzing" and "derezzing")