Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 Dale MacIntyre, Sanctuary agent, is in charge of protecting Emily Bullen, wife of Senator Thomas Bullen, from her husband and the rest of the criminally inclined Bullen family. After turning states evidence, Emily is headed back to Albany on a jet. Accompanied only by Dale, the pilot of the plane,… Continue reading Review: Worlds Collide (Sanctuary #7) by R.J. Scott
Miasma, such a wonderfully descriptive word. Miasma: from the dictionary, literary the miasma from the stagnant swamp made us choke and gag: stink, reek, stench,fetor, smell, fume, odor, whiff; gas, cloud, smog, vapor. Yep, that is exactly what it feels like in the Metropolitan DC area these days. Most people forget that Washington, DC was built on a swamp and the regions around it are riddled with water.… Continue reading Mired in the Miasma and the Week Ahead in Reviews
Rating: 5 stars Jake Callahan was looking forward to spending time with his brother, Hayden and his boyfriend up at their cabin for Christmas. It had been an extremely tough year for everyone who worked at Sanctuary, the secret organization devoted to keeping witnesses and other “vulnerables” safe when the alphabet organizations (CIA, FBI etc)… Continue reading Review: The Journal of Sanctuary One (Sanctuary #6) by RJ Scott
Every year seems to go by more quickly than the last and 2012 is almost gone. It has been a tumultuous time here at home, in Maryland, and the entire northeast. From the scorching heat and drought of the spring and summer months to the recent Derechos which brought high winds and flooding, it has… Continue reading December is here, the year is almost over and the week ahead in Reviews
My reading list has always been a convoluted constantly changing creature (alliteration how I love thee), but lately it is full of authors delivering an addictive group of novels revolving around a select cast of characters and the universe they inhabit, in other words a series! What does surprise me is that most of the… Continue reading What Series Am I Reading Now?
Rating: 4.75 stars Manny Sullivan has always been the “ops” in Operations, the person at the center of all of Sanctuary’s communications and intelligence. As he is running a systems check of all Sanctuary computers and surveillance cameras currently in use on the Bullen case, he spots Josh Headley, son of an important witness, away… Continue reading Review of Full Circle (Sanctuary #5) by RJ Scott
So, here it is Sunday and my power just came back on after a storm called a Delrechos, a powerful storm that moves in a straight line, gaining power as it crosses into high temperatures and humidity, happens usually every 4 years. Our time was Friday night and the storm came out of Ohio and… Continue reading The Week Ahead and a Rant About the Weather
Rating: 4.25 stars Adam Brooke is just coming off a Sanctuary case guarding a true slimeball and looking for some downtime when his boss pulls him into the largest investigation that organization has ever faced – the Bullen case. Sanctuary is still guarding the two main eye witnesses against the Bullen family and now the… Continue reading Review of Still Waters (Sanctuary #4) by RJ Scott
What an outstanding day here in Maryland! Sky is blue, air is cool and crisp, The day will be perfect for turning off the overworked air conditioners and opening the windows. Payment indeed for the 7 tornados and torrents of rain that hit us on Friday. Yes, that was 7 tornados touching down all over… Continue reading The Week Ahead and a Great Recipe for Stuffed Cabbage!
Rating: 4.5 stars As the Bullen Family conspiracy continues to unfold, Beckett Jamieson, aka Robert Bullen, is recovering in a Sanctuary safehouse from the beating his father and uncle gave him. Dale McIntyre, a Sanctuary Agent, along with Joseph Kinnon (The Only Easy Day, #2)rescue him, kill his Uncle and arrest his father. When Beckett… Continue reading Review of Face Value, Sanctuary #3 by RJ Scott