Action, Mystery, Review

Fatal Destiny by David Delee

Grace deHaviland is a bounty hunger and a very good one. Although, there seems to be a certain amount of chaos that happend to follow in her wake, which says something. This day, she is hot on the trail of Barry Keegan, an accountant for a pharmaceutical company. The CEO, CFO, and Keegan have been accused… Continue reading Fatal Destiny by David Delee

Action, Dark, Review, Romance, Suspense, Uncategorized

Project Killer by J.L. Beck

I'm honestly not sure how to describe this book. I'm not even sure how I feel about it. I read it in one sitting, so that says a lot. I was hooked from the very beginning, dying to know what the outcome would be. First off, half the story is told in flashbacks. I understand… Continue reading Project Killer by J.L. Beck

Action, Fantasy, Review

Heir of Thunder by Karissa Laurel

When Evelyn Stormbourne finds herself on the run with her deceased father's horse master, Gideon, she discovers she has nothing to lose but her life. Her inheritance, the throne of Inselgrau is destroyed by rebels, her home is lost to a fire, and the servants she has known all her life are stripped away, as they run… Continue reading Heir of Thunder by Karissa Laurel

Action, Fantasy, Review

Mark of Oldra by Georgina Makalani

This is a book that I really enjoyed, but I have to warn you, the first chapter is quite confusing and I almost put it aside, not wanting to have to delve into 'What could the author possibly mean?' kinds of thoughts. When I finished the book, I went back and reread the first chapter… Continue reading Mark of Oldra by Georgina Makalani

Action, Horror, Review, Science Fiction, Thriller

Infected by Scott Sigler

Originally, this was a slow read and took me several days to finish. It's not bad writing, just wordy with a high page count. I would get bored and wander away - for the whole day. But that's only for the first half. It gets better. The writing is somewhat centered on Margaret and Amos,… Continue reading Infected by Scott Sigler

Action, Paranormal, Review, Science Fiction

Beacon by Callaghan Grant

This is an enjoyable continuation of Erinn's story. It is an easier read since the first book has a lot of background information, the two books tie nicely together. She is continually surrounded by several lusty Vampyres and by this time she has become one herself, as Michael had intended. While she is still the… Continue reading Beacon by Callaghan Grant

Action, Review, Science Fiction

Protocol One by Jacqueline Druga

I was initially drawn to this book by the humorous dialogue between the main characters, Anna and Tony. Sadly, the book quickly lost that humor and became less entertaining. Even though the story is driven by a comet about to hit Earth and destroy life as everyone knows it, I still think a little humor… Continue reading Protocol One by Jacqueline Druga

Action, Horror, Review

Arisen: Nemesis by Michael Stephen Fuchs

Staff Sgt. Kate Dunajski is military through and through. Eighteen months ago she was in the reserves, hoping to pay for school. Then she was called upon to serve in Afghanistan and finds, after three deployments, that her niche is helping the people of that country. Instead, the military decides she belongs in Somalia, Africa.… Continue reading Arisen: Nemesis by Michael Stephen Fuchs

Action, Review, Uncategorized

Invasion of the Most Sacred by Robert Lovell Rooks

I really enjoyed this book. It is based around true events, but is set in 2017. The characters are well done and I didn't find a single one to be boring. Some are soldiers, with all the loneliness, fear, and disappointment that being away from home can bring. Such as Sgt. John Baker, who is… Continue reading Invasion of the Most Sacred by Robert Lovell Rooks

Action, Review, Thriller

Battle Royale by Koushun Takami

Battle Royale, a Japanese book published in Enlish in 2003, is an amazing powerhouse punch in the gut. It is the wilder, crazier, bloodier version of The Hunger Games. Any reader of Suzanne Collins' bestselling series should invest in this book that predates her version of population control through the gruesome manilpulation of teenagers. This… Continue reading Battle Royale by Koushun Takami