A Lucy Review: A Secret to Die For by Edward Kendrick

Rating: 3 stars out of 5     Brian Newell is an average young man, working in a coffee shop. That is, until he learns he’s the sole heir to his grandfather Alistair’s fortune. A grandfather he didn’t even know he had. There is a proviso, however. He has to live in his grandfather’s house… Continue reading A Lucy Review: A Secret to Die For by Edward Kendrick

An Ashlez Review: Murderous Twins by Edward Kendrick

Rating – 4.5 out of 5 Blaine Ayers and Lloyd Thomas are identical twins — separated at birth, reunited by accident, and serial killers by choice. Two men, posing as one. Steve Cooke is a private investigator married to Gary Drake-Cooke, an interior decorator. The four men’s paths cross when Blaine and Lloyd move into… Continue reading An Ashlez Review: Murderous Twins by Edward Kendrick

An Alisa Review: Snow Cat by Edward Kendrick

Rating:  3.25 stars out of 5 Artist Wynn McGuire has a problem. An enemy wants him dead. Sheriff Mick Greene also has problems. Helping Wynn survive and finding the elusive “Snow Cat” that is prowling outside his small mountain town. Wynn and Mick have another problem as well, their growing interest in each other. When Wynn… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Snow Cat by Edward Kendrick

A Lila Review: The Man on the Balcony by Edward Kendrick

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 Mark is a man on the horns of a dilemma. He’s in the midst of a five-year affair with a married man and he wants out … but isn’t sure he can give up his lover. Austin, who lives in the apartment building across the street from Mark, has his… Continue reading A Lila Review: The Man on the Balcony by Edward Kendrick

An Alisa Review: His Secret Admirer by Edward Kendrick

Rating:  3 stars out of 5   When the first note shows up at the restaurant where he works — when he isn’t designing costumes for a local theater — Jim Foster laughs it off. When the notes keep coming, he doesn’t find the fact that he might have a secret admirer quite so amusing.… Continue reading An Alisa Review: His Secret Admirer by Edward Kendrick

An Alisa Review: Protecting Max by Edward Kendrick

Rating:  3.5 stars out of 5   Twelve years ago, Max Harman survived a vicious attack by his ex-lover Tony. It severed their relationship and landed Tony in prison.   When Tony’s released from jail, Max’s nephew Jack fears the man may seek revenge on his uncle. Wanting to buy a gun for protection, he… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Protecting Max by Edward Kendrick

An Alisa Review: Nothing in Common, Except … by Edward Kendrick

Rating:  3 stars out of 5   Braxton “Brax” O’Hara is a shifter, a PI … and an art thief. He has no problem with being all three. As a matter of fact, he likes his less than legal job.   Kyle Grayson is a member of an all-shifter art crimes team. He does everything… Continue reading An Alisa Review: Nothing in Common, Except … by Edward Kendrick

A Barb, A Zany Old Lady Review: Let Go of Loneliness by Edward Kendrick

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 This is a fairly short, very sweet romance between two older men, perfect for fans of older men falling in love. Fifty-plus-year-old Byron Randall has relocated to take a job as archivist for the local museum, and as he’s moving in to his new condo he’s observed by Jonah… Continue reading A Barb, A Zany Old Lady Review: Let Go of Loneliness by Edward Kendrick