Cut and Run by Annabelle Lewis continues the story of Run, Cat Run as our four Boston clairvoyants battle evil and its twisted game. Lewis takes us right back into the action as two innocents are set up and one has been wrongly sentenced. Grab a cup of coffee and see why I find this series so addictive.
I read a review of Dead Cat, Run by Annabelle Lewis and grabbed the kindle version, but later discovered I had won signed paperback copies of the first two books in this series. I quickly devoured both books. Dead Cat, Run is a delightful, suspenseful tale surrounds the fates. Grab a cup of coffee and see why I recommend Dead Cat, Run.
Please welcome Sophia Rose back to the blog with a review of Child of Gilead by Douglas S. Reed. You’ll want to add this to your bookshelf. Enjoy!
Are you looking for a dark vampire urban fantasy? Do you love references to pop culture, snark, and fast-paced action? Then grab, I’m Glad You’re Dead by Hunter Blain, the first audiobook in the Preternatural Chronicles.
The Golden Spider by Anne Renwick is a romantic steampunk filled with mystery, murder and a hero and heroine you’ll root for.
I love Rhiannon Frater’s writing and have owned the As the World Dies series forever. But have I read them? Nope. So when I dusted off the #FraterfestRAT in October, I knew it was time to beginning this series. Zombies, survival, and friendships made this post-apocalyptic tale a page-turner.
It’s time for a guest visit from Sophia Rose and today she is sharing another Jay Porter mystery; Give Up the Dead by Joe Clifford. Grab a cup of hot peppermint mocha and enjoy!
Annd it’s over! ONE SECOND by Dannika Dark is the final book in the Seven series. Although there are two novellas. Narrated by Nichole Poole, ONE SECOND took us back to Lexi and Austin’s story while giving us a suspenseful, heart-stopping tale as the Weston pack and others find themselves on the brink of war. Dark delivered everything a fan could hope for as she wrapped up this series.