Canyons of Night

I have a soft spot for futuristic books so I was very much hoping that I would feel the love again for Jayne Ann Krentz’s books with her fantasy release Canyons of Night written under her Jayne Castle pseudonym. While not a bad book, the series has not moved forward with any new innovative plot…

Midnight by Ellen Connor

I am loving the new trend towards post-apocalyptic romance.It’s good to know that even if the world goes to the dogs – or chimps, apes, or killer whales – there will still be love, community, and humanity. That’s probably too rosy a future for some sci-fi fans, but for those of us that are romance…

Night Betrayed

Can you imagine a post-apocalyptic world? One in which cataclysmic events triggered such changes in the earth’s topography that entire continents shifted and the infrastructure of America crumbled? As difficult as it may be to fathom, Joss Ware brings this world vividly to life in her Envy Chronicles. Night Betrayed is the fourth book in…

Jordan by Susan Kearney

It’s never a good sign when a review book takes me a month to read. If only Susan Kearney’s Jordan had taken just a month! I’ve been reading it off and on for the past three months, barely able to tolerate more than ten pages at a time. It’s not that the book was horrible,…

Fantasy in Death

Fantasy in Death

Fantasy in Death is the thirtieth book in J.D. Robb’s In Death series. That feels like a pretty big achievement, not only for Robb, but for those of us who’ve read them all. (If that includes you, go pat yourself on the back). If you have read them all, you know that there are the…

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