Category Archives: Adult

Review: ‘The Curse of Tenth Grave’ by Darynda Jones #COYER

***IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE PREVIOUS BOOKS IN THE SERIES, THERE MAY BE SPOILERS*** Back from a month in New York and reunited with her memories, Charley Davidson is trying to get back to normal. Her normal, of course, as in being married to the son... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘The Returned’ by Jason Mott #COYER

Imagine the shock of finding a government man on your front porch one evening with your eight-year-old son son in tow. The same son that you buried fifty years prior after his accidental death when he drowned in a nearby river on his birthday.... Read More | Share it now!

#Review: ‘Red is an Attitude’ by Kathy Lynn Hall #COYER

Red is on a five-day cruise that her boyfriend, Joe, gave her as a surprise. It’s certainly a start on her quest to travel around the world. But strange things are happening aboard the ship, from having a warning from her dead husband to seeing... Read More | Share it now!

Secrets, lies and no escape ~ ‘The Casual Vacancy’ by J. K. Rowling #Review #COYER

Just like all of the Harry Potter novels, I purchased this book to be delivered on publishing day. Unlike Harry Potter, I have only just read it. I highly suspect that its average rating can partially be blamed on the fact that it isn’t the... Read More | Share it now!

Exorcise took years off his life ~ ‘Black Beast’ by R. S. Guthrie #Review #COYER #RWBRAT

The very definition of a hard-bitten detective novel, Black Beast kicks off the Bobby Mac detective series with a bazooka, not a hand grenade (to borrow from the book). Bobby is a detective with the Denver Police Department who is still feeling the... Read More | Share it now!

Something’s cookin’ ~ ‘Flirting with Felicity’ by Gerri Russell #Review #COYER #RWBRAT

Felicity Wright has just received stunning news: the reclusive elderly man who lived at the hotel where she’s the head chef just left her the hotel and restaurant in his will. He was none other than billionaire Vernon Bancroft, known to her as... Read More | Share it now!

Pip pip, nudge nudge, wink wink ~ ‘The Anglo Files: A Field Guide to the British’ by Sarah Lyall #Review

My awesome library sells donated books on the cheap, and I was lucky enough to find The Anglo Files a couple of months ago. An American journalist working for the New York Times met and married an Englishman in New York City. They return to his... Read More | Share it now!

Please leave a message at the BEEP ~ ‘Eighth Grave After Dark’ by Darynda Jones #Review

(Charley Davidson #8) I don’t think I can even try to describe what is happening now in book #8 without giving all previous books away. Suffice it to say that Charley is about to have the baby, she and Reyes have been stuck for the previous eight... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Dad is Fat’ by Jim Gaffigan

Jim Gaffigan probably isn’t for everyone. He doesn’t cuss much and talks a lot about everyday occurrences. He doesn’t wear red leather or talk about his coke habit. Because of this, he’s known as a “clean” family... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day Review: ‘Crow Hollow’ by Michael Wallace #BookBirthday

Crow Hollow was chosen as my free book of the month from Amazon. There were no YA titles offered, and I was intrigued by the description of this adult historical fiction title. I was not disappointed in my choice. James Bailey, on the commission of... Read More | Share it now!