Books by Sarah McCarty

D+
Tracker's Sin

Tracker’s Sin was labeled an Erotic Western, and despite my misgivings that some genres simply shouldn’t be mixed, I gave it a go. What can I say, the e-book was on sale. Sadly, the combination ended up far more milk and Pepsi than peanut butter and chocolate, and I sure won’t be trying it aga ...

C+
Reaper's Justice

This is one of those books that's incredibly difficult to grade because on one hand I liked it, but on the other there are problems that are extremely difficult to ignore. Often, the points that I enjoyed within the story were essentially the sources of the problems. Created as a killing machine ...

D-
Jared

In the mashup-crazed world of publishing, cowboy vampires were bound to happen. It seems like a worthy premise — romance-hero cowboys and romance-hero vampires both tend to be alluring outsiders whose rebelliousness and sensuality is irresistible to heroines of all stripes. I kno ...

C
Caleb

Writing this review, I was reminded of an old Disney song: "For every high, there is a low/For every stop, there is a go." I find it's the nature of C grade books that for every Good, there's a big fat But, and the first installment in Sarah McCarty's new Shadow Wrangler series is no different. ...

D
Promises Reveal

A couple of times a year, I read a book that so epitomizes a certain adjective that it could be reviewed in a single word. Promises Reveal is one of those books, and the mot juste is "convoluted". I will, of course, extend the review beyond my single word and explain why. I'll start by saying th ...

B-
Sam's Creed

Second in Sarah McCarty's Hell's Eight historical western series about a group of Texas Rangers in the pre-Civil War era, Sam's Creed achieves what Caine's Reckoning managed to do. Once again using an erotic backdrop, she creates a mythic western hero, protective, dominant, and emotionally distant - ...