Review of The Night Shift by Missouri Dalton

Revised Rating: 4.25 stars on 6/10/2013 So, here it is Mea Culpa time.  I just finished reading, out of order again, the other two books in this series and now have to revise my rating upward.  I think what irritated me so much about this book was that it showed so much promise, that the… Continue reading Review of The Night Shift by Missouri Dalton

Review: Night of Ceremony (Notice #4) by M. Raiya

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Just days after their wedding, high school teacher and dragonshifter Adrian Kendall and his human husband Josh have new trials to face before the two of them and their newly adopted dragon shifter daughter, Jenny, could settle down to a normal family life. Well, as normal as any family… Continue reading Review: Night of Ceremony (Notice #4) by M. Raiya

Review: The Hellfire Legacy (The Night Wars #3) by Missouri Dalton

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 With one horrific explosion, psychic Investigator Flynn Adder’s world turns to rubble and the lives of everyone Flynn loves is put in the greatest peril he has ever known.  And that is saying a lot, considering that Flynn Adder works for The Night Shift, a secret paranormal agency that… Continue reading Review: The Hellfire Legacy (The Night Wars #3) by Missouri Dalton

Review: Masked Riders by Lucius Parhelion

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 When ex union cavalryman and now California rancher Jesse Putnam is summoned by his wealthy aunt and boss to come to San Francisco for a meeting.  he uses the night before to visit a bawdy hotel where he  could satiate his illegal desires for men.  But  nothing prepared Jesse to… Continue reading Review: Masked Riders by Lucius Parhelion

A Cluttered Sunday and the Week Ahead In Reviews

Somehow I’ve done it again.  It  creeps up on me with all the discretion of a whispering wind, but its effects can feel more like a nor’easter by the time I realize it’s occurred once more.  It starts with one project, maybe overhauling one small section of a garden, then spreads to cleaning out the… Continue reading A Cluttered Sunday and the Week Ahead In Reviews

Review: Adding to the Collection (A Roughstock story) by B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 4.25 stars Closeted rancher Derrick Stahlman has always had a thing for professional bull riders.  Once a year he treats himself to a small vacation to watch the PBR Finals in Reno and get himself laid in the process.  This year Derrick has a chance to watch a young bull rider he has been… Continue reading Review: Adding to the Collection (A Roughstock story) by B.A. Tortuga

The Week Ahead in Reviews

Well, I hate to throw this out there but this coming week is full of things I don’t like to talk about, mostly doctors appointments.  I would much rather dwell on things like the arrival of Spring, plants I want to establish in the gardens, the latest antics of my terrors three, and what knitting… Continue reading The Week Ahead in Reviews

Review: A Dragon and His Knight by M. Raiya

Rating: 3 stars Dragon Justin and his Knight, Wells, have been together for over 1,000 years, never apart for a moment. A decision to reenter the  human world once more sees them settled in a college town in New Hampshire.  Wells enrolls them both as students in the local university to pass the time and… Continue reading Review: A Dragon and His Knight by M. Raiya

Inauguration Sunday and the Week Ahead in Reviews

So, we have a three day weekend with Martin Luther King Day and the Inauguration on Monday.  The sky is blue, Saturday saw me scrambling so here I am still in my bunny slippers and looking to stay that way for the immediate future. With Lance Armstrong’s self serving, “woe is me, not quite getting… Continue reading Inauguration Sunday and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Review of Home Fires by BA Tortuga

Rating: 4.5 stars Houston, Jackson’s mate, left him several years ago, sure he was ready for city life and not one lived with Jackson in the desert with cactus for neighbors. So Jackson was stunned to see Houston, or what was left of Houston dragging himself to their front door.  His mate had escaped from… Continue reading Review of Home Fires by BA Tortuga