Review: Delsyn’s Blues (Vasquez & James #2) by Lou Sylvre

Rating:  4.25 stars out of 5 After the deranged events of last summer, things should have gotten better, less complicated for fiber artist Sonny James and security specialist Luki Vasquez. Instead, it all sort of imploded.  Sonny sent Luki away while his nephew Delsyn recovered from his ordeal at the hands of his kidnapper.  And… Continue reading Review: Delsyn’s Blues (Vasquez & James #2) by Lou Sylvre

Review: Continental Divide (Separate Ways #1) by Laura Harner and Lisa Worrall

Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 Bumped to Missing Persons after an argument with his Captain months prior over a case he solved,  Phoenix PD Det. Remy Remington knew he was onto something big when he discovered that his latest missing persons report for a young boy was just one of 6 young men to… Continue reading Review: Continental Divide (Separate Ways #1) by Laura Harner and Lisa Worrall

Book Contest and Guest Post by T.A. Webb, Pulp Friction Author of the City Knight series

Scattered Thoughts (that’s me) has loved having all the authors here this week.  And we still have another surprise day to go where I will announce the winners and the Pulp Friction authors will have one last post together. So, don’t forget to leave a comment, either at the end of today’s post or on… Continue reading Book Contest and Guest Post by T.A. Webb, Pulp Friction Author of the City Knight series

Review: Starry Knight (City Knight #3) by TA Webb

Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 “What happens when two broken men collide?” When Marcus Prater has found his Ben, several things happened at once, including an ambush by the very men who had raped Ben in the past.  The aftermath of that battle sees Marcus in the intensive care unit, surrounded by those who love… Continue reading Review: Starry Knight (City Knight #3) by TA Webb

Review: Son of a Gun by A.M. Riley

Rating: 4 stars out of 5 Stefan Sanchez’s has returned home to Boerne, Texas after twelve years in Los Angeles as a successful childrens book author.  He has come home for the funeral of his best friend, Tommy O’Connor, scion of one of Texas’ wealthiest and influential families.  He left over a decade ago under… Continue reading Review: Son of a Gun by A.M. Riley

Review: Birds of a Feather (Bellingham Mysteries #5) by Nicole Kimberling

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Now that the State of Washington has legalized gay marriage, Bellingham Hamster reporter Nick Fontaine and abstract painter Nick Olson are getting married.  They have planned a simple ceremony but nothing simple is ever possible with Peter in the picture.  Their parents are coming and Peter is sure NIck’s… Continue reading Review: Birds of a Feather (Bellingham Mysteries #5) by Nicole Kimberling

Review: Hobbled by John Inman

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Eighteen year old Danny Shay should be having the time of his life, but its not working out like that. Now living with his dad in San Diego, Danny should be enjoying the summer but his own lack of judgement and outrage over his boss’s shorting his paycheck led… Continue reading Review: Hobbled by John Inman

Review: Infected Undertow (Infected #7) by Andrea Speed

Rating: 5 stars out of 5 In a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds. While Roan McKichan remains comatose in the hospital, his status is grievously affecting all those around him.  Dylan, his husband,… Continue reading Review: Infected Undertow (Infected #7) by Andrea Speed

From Mourning To Joy Once More, Animal Adoptions and the Week Ahead in Reviews

You always hear that things have a way of changing overnight, but few experience it.  It didn’t quite happen like that here but it was close.  In my instance, things changed exactly one week to the day that I felt my heart shatter.  On June 4, 2013, my companion of 18 years, Winston died.  Exactly… Continue reading From Mourning To Joy Once More, Animal Adoptions and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Review: Something New Under The Sun (Falling Sky #2) by L.A. Witt

Rating: 5 stars Liam  Lansing is a genetically modified vampire who makes his living as a contract killer but once lived as a favored scion in his wealthy family’s compound in The Sky.  Daniel Harding, heir to  Cybernetix, hated the modifications his father’s corporation built and loved one person, Liam.  Their relationship cost Liam everything… Continue reading Review: Something New Under The Sun (Falling Sky #2) by L.A. Witt