Sunday, March 18, 2018

My Week in Review: 3/10/18-3/17/18

I was very pleased with last weeks' reads.  I found a couple of new to me authors that I enjoyed very much.  I have been missing my zombie reads - so I may have to throw one of those in for next week.  :)

Here are the books I want to share with you today.

Queen Heir by Leia Stone & Jaymin Eve - 4 Stars ****

Betrayal. Forbidden romance. And a fight to the death.

Arianna is a 20 year old queen heir, eligible for the crown of wolf shifters. Heirs are trained and groomed from birth so that they're ready to rule should the queen perish during their time of eligibility. Only heirs can control the mecca, a powerful force of magic that runs beneath the boroughs of New York City.

Of course, there's little chance that the Red Queen will fall, she has stood for a century, and her power is beyond reckoning. Or so Arianna believes, right up until the final tolling of the bells. The queen has been murdered and four heirs will now fight it out for the crown.

If that wasn't enough to keep Arianna busy she also has to deal with a forbidden kiss, a bear king who may or may not be behind the war on her people, and the reappearance of a race of beings who were thought to be no more than urban legends.

Just another day in New York City. Let the Summit begin.

Bound in Flames by Milly Taiden - 4 Stars ****

Morgan Polley is an empath who helps people. When she meets Tor and his family of dying dragons, she wants to assist them in finding their mates. Except for Tor’s. She wants to keep him and make lots of babies with the big sexy man. It’s getting hard to remember her objective when her hormones go out of whack around him.

Tor Drachen is one of a handful of dragons left on earth, dying due to their mates being targeted and killed before finding each other. He’s been told Morgan Polley will be a mate to one of his kind, but who? He’s having a hard time keeping her at bay and the thought of getting her pregnant to start a family is a very tempting idea.

A breed of evil dragons is after Morgan, but Tor promises to protect her to the very end. Even if it turns out that she’s one of his brothers’ mates. If he can’t find a way to cheat fate, he will walk away without his heart.

Relic: Blade by Ben Zackheik - 4 Stars ****

Cocky vampires. Mythical Swords. A horde of nasty ghosts.

Kane Arkright has been put in charge of tracking down hundreds of ancient artifacts, each packing nasty supernatural powers. But when thousands of vampires wake up after a 1,000-year slumber, the world shudders because they want their treasures back.

As Kane, and his partner Rebel, do all they can to stay one step ahead of the vampire legions who are hot on their tails, the very fabric of reality sits on the edge of a blade. Worse, if the sword Kane is tracking falls into the wrong hands, darkness will consume everything...

Moon of Fire by H D Gordon - 3 Stars ***

Hustling wolfsbane is the only way Dita Silvers knows how to survive.

As a werewolf from the slums, she longs to lift her family out of poverty, and getting involved with the prominent criminals in town seems worth the potential earnings.

But when Dita makes a snap decision that changes the course of things, and a handsome stranger comes to town asking questions, her resolve to accomplish her end goals will be put to the test.

With a witty sorceress as a best friend and partner in crime, and five siblings to look after, Dita has her hands full. Female werewolves do not command the respect male werewolves do, and they certainly don’t run a bootlegging operation at the height of prohibition.

Hell Bent by Dan Thompson - 3 Stars ***

Alice Koufax desperately wants to break out of the Herald’s Lifestyle section, and when a local football hero proposes to the mayor’s succubus daughter, she thinks it’s finally her ticket to the front page. But when the bride-to-be disappears with rumors of a cursed engagement ring, Alice realizes she’s grabbed a demon by the horns.

On top of all that, she has to deal with her half-elf mother’s interference in her love life, the inscrutable Fae, and the mysterious Stonemen. Can she save the day, reunite the lovers, and most importantly, get her story filed before the deadline?

Welcome to the five ‘burghs, where the Gates in Pittsburgh put power, ruins, magic, and Hell itself just a subway ride away.

I hope you find something here you want to read.  I'm looking forward to the books I have lined up for next week.  :)

As always, thanks for stopping by.


Sunday, March 11, 2018

My Week in Review: 3/3/18-3/10/18

Last week was a good reading for me - if a short one.  The grandbaby decided to visit early and honestly, last week is a blur.  :)

Here are the books I want to share with you today.

Rose Petal Graves by Olivia Wildenstein - 4 Stars ****

Founded two centuries ago by a powerful tribe of Gottwa Indians, Rowan was a quiet town, so quiet that I fled after graduation. Staying away was the plan, but Mom died suddenly.
Dad said she suffered a stroke after she dug up one of the ancient graves in our backyard, which happens to be the town cemetery. Creepy, I know. Creepier still, there was no corpse inside the old coffin, only fresh rose petals.

As we made preparations for Mom’s burial, new people began arriving in Rowan, unnervingly handsome and odd people. I begged them to leave, but they stayed, because their enemies—my ancestors—were beginning to awaken.

Blood Crossed by John P Logsdon & Christopher P Young
4 Stars ****

A Retriever. A Reaper. A nefarious criminal who is turning normals into vampire zombies.
The Netherworld Paranormal Police Department's toughest Retriever, Piper Shaw, is sent to track down an escaped prisoner. When it comes out that the escapee, Gallien Cross, is the guy who was originally involved in turning normals into vampire zombies, Piper finds herself in a battle that will put her immortality to the test. But in order to capture Cross, she must first figure out a way to track the man and take him down before he gets too powerful. To make matters worse, she has to bring a rookie by the name of Reaper Payne along for the ride…

The duo has to battle through tough goons, vampire zombies, and Cross himself. But things aren't always what they seem, and when she finally learns the full story, it may just be too late for everyone…

Covert Fae by C N Crawford - 3 Stars ***

To live, I must tempt the angels of death.

A fae like me shouldn't have to hide her power. But in the world of the Great Nightmare, magic makes me a target. It’s been eighteen months since the angels of the apocalypse ripped our world apart.

Now, I've gotten the chance to fight back against the terrifyingly seductive angels. I've joined a secret organization of spies known as the Order. And I’m going undercover in the angels' court.

Problem is, I have to pretend to be someone I’m not: an alluring succubus. If I don't fool them, the fate of the world will lie in ruins.

I can't let that happen. The angels tried to destroy my world. Now it’s my turn to unleash my powers--and ravage theirs.

The Undercover Witch by Gina LaManna - 3 Stars ***

My mother says trouble began the day I was born, but I’d disagree. I think trouble started the day I crashed my broomstick into an undercover cop car.

My name is Ainsley Shaw, and I’m a Guardian Witch. The title sounds fancier than it is—really, I’m a glorified bodyguard for magical people. I love my job, and I’m good at it… most days.

Except today. While I was flying around town on my broomstick thinking about life, love, and the latest episode of The Bachelor, I zoned out and ran smack dab into the taillights of a speeding police cruiser. Unfortunately, the man inside was a human cop, which made explaining how I appeared from thin air in the middle of a crime scene a bit of a challenge.

Now, the police think I’m trouble—not least of all Detective Hotterson, the one responsible for denting my shiny new broomstick. Which means that if I can’t find the real bad guys before I’m put in jail, I’ll be locked away for a crime I didn’t commit.

However, when magic is involved, things are never as simple as they appear...

That's my week in review.  I hope you are reading something wonderful.

As always, thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

My Week in Review: 2/24/18-3/3/18

I found two promising new to me series this past week.  I am looking forward to reading more from each of them.

Here are the books I want to share with you today.

Blood and Loss by Electa Graham - 5 Stars *****

If you lost everything that made you who you are could you recover?

Would you be stronger than before or would you crumble under the mountain of grief?

When Cassandra Myles is faced with this question her answer is to do what ever it takes to move on. She rebuilds her life and finds happiness once again. She doesn't do it alone, she has two very special men in her life, who have been there for her while she has recovered.

One is her boss. His name is Quintus and he is a very old and very powerful vampire. He took her under his wing when she needed someone and now she would do anything to repay that debt.

The other is her roommate Declan. He is caring, charming, gorgeous and in her eyes perfect in every way except one. Cassandra feels they are meant for each other and Declan feels he is meant for every woman who walks in his bar.

Life might not be perfect, but it was filled with possibilities and she was going to meet them with strength, courage and when all else fails a huge dose of sarcasm.
Then Quintus comes to her and tells her what was once lost can now be restored. A painful part of her past can be undone. Will this make her life complete or should some things remain buried.

Requiem by Sam Sisavath - 5 Stars *****


Six years ago, the world was plunged into darkness.
Five years ago, it got a second chance.
Now the fight for what’s left begins…

They Called It The Purge…

History books call it The Purge, and it altered the course of human history. A breed of seemingly unkillable creatures that once lurked in the shadows of mankind’s past finally revealed themselves. Driven by an insatiable lust for human blood, these monsters—dubbed “ghouls” by some—consumed the globe in one bloody, awful night. Their numbers growing exponentially through infection, they felled the unprepared governments of the world with hardly any resistance.

In the yearlong nightmare that followed, survivors were turned into chattel for the generations of ghouls to come. Most chose to cooperate, but a brave few fought back, and thanks to their sacrifice, the ghouls were defeated and driven back into the darkness.

The End was Just the Beginning…

Humanity was given a second chance, but the world post-Purge will never be the same. The cities have been abandoned, technology is limited, law and order is nonexistent, and survivors live off the land in small, isolated communities in the countryside. Nightfall is no longer the harbinger of doom it once was, but the night will never be completely terror-free. Though vastly smaller in number and weaker than they’ve ever been, the ghoul menace lingers.

But the monsters are now the hunted. Men and women who suffered unimaginable horrors under the yearlong Purge roam the land, seeking out the creatures wherever they hide. They call themselves slayers. They are skilled, dangerous, and they have scores to settle.

Two Strangers on a Dangerous Road…

Wash is a young slayer scouring what’s left of America in search of one very specific ghoul. He will find it even if he has to brave hell itself to do so. Ana is a woman who is not what she seems—cunning, smart, and far more capable than she lets on. Forced into an alliance, the two strangers must learn to trust one another if they are to accomplish their goals—defeat the monsters, both inhuman and human, and get out alive.

That Ghoul Ava Kicks Some Faerie A** by TW Brown
4 Stars ****

Ava Birch is a ghoul.

Still wading through the world of Supernaturals, she is discovering that daytime soaps have nothing on the drama in her life. Lisa Jenkins, her best friend and human companion, is training to join an organization that tried to eradicate every ghoul on the planet. Morgan, her so-called adviser, continues to answer in as little detail as possible...and now the faeries are causing people to have orgies in the middle of a shopping mall.

Home by Tom Abrahams - 3 Stars ***


Five years after a pneumonic plague killed two-thirds of the world’s population, army veteran Marcus Battle is isolated. He’s alone with his guns, his food, and the graves of his wife and child.

Unaware of the chaos that’s befallen everything outside of his central Texas ranch land, Marcus lives a Spartan life. If anyone steps onto his property he shoots first and never ask questions.

But when a woman in distress, chased by marauders, seeks asylum, Marcus has a decision to make.

Does he throw her to the wolves to protect himself or does he help her and leave the shelter and protection of home?

That was my week.  A little shorter than usual - but we have been busy, the grandbaby will be here on the 9th.  :)

I hope you are reading something wonderful.

As always, thank you for stopping by,

Sunday, February 25, 2018

My Week in Review: 2/17/18-2/24/18

Last week was another mixed bag for me, I started and stopped a couple of books and devoured a couple of others.  :)  I guess in the end, it all evened out.  Here are the books I want to share with you today.

Catharsis by Adrienne Lecter - 5 Stars *****

Bree’s list of priorities:
Survive the next hour.
Survive the next day.
Survive the next week.
Hold down solid food.
Relearn how to walk. How to run. How to hold a gun. How to fight.
Make Bucky Hamilton rue the day we met, and met again.

And find out what the f*ck we are looking for in Europe.

Dead: Alone by TW Brown - 4 Stars ****

A bite or scratch will turn the victims to one of the infected within seventy-two hours..."

Those words rang in Evan Berry's head. Waking to discover he'd been scratched was a death sentence. Deciding that he would not force Carl or Betty to have to put him down after he turned, Evan said farewell to his group and slipped out in the middle of the night.

Deciding that he would make one last run in the hopes that he could bring back enough supplies for his beloved Newfoundland, Chewie, Evan embarks on a quest that will show him just how fast and far society has fallen. Will he make it before he turns, or will he perish...alone?

Tinsel in a Tangle by Kimbra Swain - 4 Stars ****

Is it too much to ask for a fairy queen to have a nice holiday?

After accepting the role as Queen of the Exiles in Shady Grove, Alabama, Grace finds that being in charge isn't all it's cracked up to be. An influx of wayward fairies find their way to the newly established haven and seek the protection of the local fairy queen.

Grace and company are just trying to have a normal holiday when it's interrupted by a daily menace that escalates out of control. Add to it an untimely visit by a coven of witches, and the holiday is quickly going to hell in a Christmas decorated handbasket. Plus, Grace is sick for the first time in her long life. She might get some sleep, if her bard, Levi would quit banging his new girlfriend the trailer.

Bone Witch by D N Hoxa - 3 Stars ***

My name is Winter Wayne, and I'm a Bone witch--minus the magic.

I used to work in the only place in Manhattan that had use for a witch like me, until my boss kicked me out over a job gone bad (not my fault, I swear).

Pure boredom and the lack of company got to my head fast. I was so desperate, I took a delivery job from a complete stranger. It was supposed to be an easy job, clean and simple. It was anything but.

Now, there's a price on my head and my own coworkers are hunting me down. My mad fighting skills alone aren't going to be enough to keep me alive. Looks like the time has come to dig out my mother's bones and complete the ritual that will finally ignite the magic in mine--if I even make it that far.

She never wanted me to be part of the Paranormal world, but she made sure I was prepared for it anyway. I'm finally about to find out why.

Moms Against Zombies by Alathia Paris Morgan - 3 Stars ***

Emma Jackson is an army wife and new mom with all the uncertainties that come with it… until that fear is pushed in a different direction. Instead of worrying about diapers and feeding schedules, her only objective is to keep her child alive after being chased by a man who looks entirely too dead.

Trish Walsh thought her day was bad when she had to drag all four of her children on an errand, but she rethinks the meaning after what she can only hope was someone dressed up like a zombie beats on her car door. Yet, the bloody mess left behind is anything but reassuring.

Cooper Walsh’s job is top secret. When criminals break in to steal his company’s secrets, he overhears the conspiracy devised to create chaos as a cover-up. Knowing he must do everything in his power to right the wrong, he sets out on a mission.

Surviving long enough to reunite with their families is all that matters. That… and stopping the zombie apocalypse before it destroys them.

That's it.  :)  I'm excited for a couple of books I have lined up for next week.  I hope you are reading something great.

As always, thanks for stopping by.


Sunday, February 18, 2018

My Week in Review: 2/10/18-2/17/18

I was all over the place last week - as far as book selections go.  I am pleased to say that I seem to be getting back in my reading groove.  :)  Here are the books I'd like to share with you today.

Dead Onset by T W Brown - 4 Stars ****

Today is the day that Evan Berry's life will change forever.

His days working construction are about to end; he is finally going to be a high school music teacher. Stephanie, his bride-to-be even has a surprise planned for him when he gets home from work that first night.

None of that matters.

For several days, the news has been hinting at reports of a strange illness that appears to be global. Unfortunately, this is no regular sickness. The dead are returning to life and attacking the living. Evan is at his new job for less than ten minutes when he gets a call from Stephanie. There is a man in their house and he is trying to attack her.

V Games: Fresh From the Grave by Caroline Peckham
4 Stars ****

Selena Grey has faced death and won. Freedom awaits so long as she can let go of the last thing that ties her to the island where the V Games were held. But despite the fact surviving has always been her priority, suddenly, she finds herself torn between her head and her heart.

Meanwhile, the Helsings are about to host a brand new game on the Isle of Lidelse where blood and money rule above all else. But when Selena finds out a devastating truth that puts her loyalty to the test, will she find the courage to go on? Or will she retreat from a life she never wanted, even if that means giving up the one person her heart beats for?

Black Blood by John Hennessy - 4 Stars ****

Lies. Magic. War. Welcome to Abby’s world.

Beneath the frozen wasteland of the United States lives apocalypse survivor Aberdeen Dareday, whose life gets turned upside down when she mysteriously wakes up with black veins bulging under her skin. Forced to flee humanity’s last refuge because of her black blood, and the corpses left in its magical wake, Abby emerges to find an entirely different world. A world caught in a supernatural war, where vampires and werewolves are all too real.

After Ash, a resilient young man who shares her newfound abilities, rescues Abby from certain death at the hands of scientists, he takes her on a perilous journey to unlock their magical powers. But Abby is different from other witches: her blood talks to her, and acts as a sixth sense, a unique gift that also attracts many enemies seeking to wield her as a weapon. Hunted by vampires, werebeasts, and scientists, Abby must learn to control her blood if she’s to defeat those who will stop at nothing to possess it, for the fate of the war may rest within her magic veins.

Oracle by James David Victor - 4 Stars ****

I hate fire. It nearly destroyed me. Now, my only chance at survival is a fire-breathing dragon shapeshifter.

Davie is a normal girl trying to live a normal life. Except that she can see the future and has visions that make her seem crazy. When she meets a man who immediately seems too perfect to be real, her quest for a normal life quickly ends. She soon learns the world is full of mythical creatures including shapeshifting dragons, dwarves, and mystical oracles. Can Davie adapt to the new world that has dropped her into the middle of a mythical war that could tear the world apart?

Shadow Bound by McKenzie Hunter & Gena D Lutz
3 Stars ***

Two women. Two lives. One goal—survive.

Aspen and Emma live on the cusp of two worlds. One side is a soul-sucking drag filled with micro-managing bosses and insomnia. On the other, life unfolds on a razor's edge as they discover they are more than what they seem, marked by the Fae and bound to the Shadows.

Abducted to the Shadows and turned into unwilling pawns of the Fae’s creation, they are forced to participate in the Wild Hunt. In this deadly world, few can be trusted, including charismatic Liam, Prince of the Shadows and Gerard, the mysterious Wild Hunt trainer, who claim they want to end it. Forced to trust the enemy, they must choose: work together and possibly end the Hunt forever—or each play her own game of survival and win at all costs.

That's a wrap of my week.  I am excited to have a new installment of one of my favorite series for next week.  I hope you are reading something wonderful.

As always, thank you for stopping by.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

My Week in Review: 2/3/18-2/10/18

This week was a little better than last week - I did not have as many starts and stops.  That being said, I did not get as much reading done because I was binge watching Shameless.  :)

Here are the books I'd like to share with you:

Fair Haven by Red Lagoe - 4 Stars ****

A rabies-like super virus bleeds into Melody’s neighborhood, turning all those infected into ravenous aggressors. While watching society crumble beyond her threshold, Melody hides in the safety of her attic, waiting for her husband to return. Four days have passed, and it’s becoming apparent that he’s not coming home. She pushes her fear aside and propels herself out the front door, with a baseball bat in hand, ready to venture across town on a mission to save her husband—and their failing marriage.

However, after teaming up with her neighbor John, her determination is put to the test. Despite butting heads with the man next door, she develops an unsettling attraction to him, and they grow to rely on each other for strength and friendship.

Unsure if her husband is still alive, her reasons for going on are called into question and it doesn't take long before she begins to doubt her strength.

The Scale Empire by Cate Farren - 4 Stars ****

Queen Victoria has cursed Kezia to hunt down the demon that murdered her son.

130 years later the hunt is still on, but Kezia is growing weary. When a chance comes along to find the demon and kill him she jumps at the chance.

But what will she find on a parallel world ruled over by dragon shifters? Will it be love or vengeance or both?

Vampire's Curse by Lysa Daley - 4 Stars ****

What animal would you be?

Lacey, a class II animagus witch, can shift into dozens of different animals. She's up to squirrels and sparrows. But will she ever make her way to dragons like her powerful father?

Lacey McCray has a secret. She isn't just a grad student living in Los Angeles. She's also a class II animagus or a witch. When her grad school scholarship mysteriously gets canceled, she receives a strange offer to work for a firm that specializes in collecting missing supernatural treasures. Desperate to make enough money to pay her tuition, Lacey agrees to give it a try.

After breaking into a troll's lair to retrieve an enchanted necklace, Lacey starts to think that she's a natural. And the money's not half bad either

It doesn't take long before she's ruffled the feathers of one of the firm's top agents named Stryker Smith. Oh, and then there's the young human cop who keeps turning up wherever Lacey happens to be.

Just when Lacey thinks she's made enough money to pay her rent and go back to being a full-time grad student, a rogue vampire threatens the life of someone she loves. Lacey McCray will find out just how good she actually is at this new supernatural job.

Sarah's Inheritance by Katherine Kim - 3 Stars ***

Sarah knew she was getting a house. She didn’t know about the rest of it.

Learning of her grandmother’s death shook Sarah Richards. She hadn’t seen the woman since she was a child, kept far away on the other side of the country by her controlling mother. They had built a long-distance relationship though secret phone calls and unmentioned emails, and even though Sarah was now well into adulthood she still hadn’t gathered the courage to go visit the grandmother she missed, and now it was too late. Now, though, she owned the house Gran had lived in, and Sarah was determined to break free of her mother’s grasp. Moving from New York City to a town just outside of San Jose, California was scary, but she felt drawn there to learn more about her grandmother, and if she was lucky, to find her own path in life.

What she didn’t expect was to be thrown into a supernatural battle between monsters from her worst nightmares and Gran’s strange, not-quite-human friends. It turns out that the house was the least important part of what Rosemary Richards passed down to her granddaughter, and now Sarah has to decide if she is willing to learn more about the world she’s been dumped into or if she would rather go back to her mother where life was dull, but at least it was safe.

That was my reading week.  I hope you are reading something wonderful.

As always, thanks for stopping by.


Sunday, February 4, 2018

My Week in Review: 1/27/18-2/3/18

I had another week of starts and stops.  I'm not sure if I am in a reading rut or just supper excited about the grandbaby on the way and can't focus.  :)  Whatever the case may be, I was a little disappointed in the books I chose for the week - but these are the ones I thought good enough to share with you.

Hell's Belle's by Alison Claire - 4 Stars ****

Magic can be a blessing or a curse…

Emma Ayers is about to discover the biggest secret of her life--she’s a witch.

When tragedy upends Emma’s idyllic life, she is taken in by a mysterious woman--the matriarch to Hell’s Belles, a secret society of debutante witches in the historic city of Charleston. With Emma’s help, they’ll try to defeat an enemy that wants all the powers the Belles are gifted with—and who will stop at nothing to get them. Even if it means destroying everyone in their path, including the city they protect.

Blood of Stone by Jayne Faith - 4 Stars ****

A new race of Fae. Their reluctant champion. Every ruler in Faerie is coming for her.

Every kingdom in Faerie wants to claim Petra’s people as their own, but she isn’t interested in Fae power struggles. She moved out of Faerie years ago, and she’s been scraping together a living as a bounty hunter. She just wants to catch her next mark so she can make rent.

But when she’s chasing down her mark in a nightclub, assassins attack a minor Fae king. Petra saves his life, and in the process, she gets unwillingly yanked into Faerie politics. Her daring rescue of her changeling sister from King Periclase, who’s vying to force Petra and the rest of her race under his rule, pushes inter-kingdom hostilities to a tipping point.

Tensions erupt into a threat of all-out war, and the only way to settle matters is for Petra to enter a battle of champions—a fight to the death.

Lucifer's Daughter by Eve Langlais - 4 Stars ****

It drives my dad nuts I’m such a goody two shoes, but the fact that I’m a virgin makes smoke pour from his ears. See, I’m determined to save myself for love, but daddy dear, more commonly known as Lucifer, just wants me to stop being an embarrassment. Would it kill you to sin a little?

Maybe he’ll get his wish because I met an intriguing hunk last night in my bar. Could he be the one? He certainly melts my panties like marshmallows over the coals of Hell, but do I dare trust him? My last boyfriend thought he’d gain infamy by killing me. He’s infamous all right. Dad had him mounted on a wall, his version of modern art titled, ‘Touch my baby girl and die’. Cute in a twisted way.

My love life isn’t the only thing I've got to worry about. There’s someone threatening the denizens of Hell, and while my daddy says to not worry my pretty little head about it, I an involved because whoever is behind the attacks keeps coming after me.

Bring it. I’m not afraid. Being a princess of Hell means that sometimes I have to grab a demon by the horns and slap it around. It’s what keeps my ass looking great.

Nothing in my life is ever simple, and I blame that on my dad, Lucifer. Assassination attempts, hellhounds, and a rebellion in Hell? A piece of cake compared to the turmoil in my heart. No one ever told me love would be the toughest battle of all.

The Temptation of Dragons by Chrys Cymri - 3 Stars ***

Bishop Nigel smiled at me. ‘Holy water doesn’t harm vampires. Which is just as well, as it would make it impossible to baptise them.’

When I was asked by a dragon to give him the last rites, I never dreamed it would lead to negotiating with his cannibalistic family or running from snail sharks. Life as the priest of a small English village is quite tame in comparison. At least I have Morey, a gryphon with sarcasm management issues, to help me. And if all else fails, there’s always red wine and single malt whisky.

As if my life weren’t complicated enough, a darkly beautiful dragon named Raven keeps appearing where I least expect him, I’ve met a handsome police inspector who loves science fiction as much as I do, and my younger brother is getting into trouble for trying to pick up vampires.

That’s what happens when you’re dealing with an incredible and dangerous parallel world full of mythical creatures. And I have to learn to navigate it all without losing myself, or my brother…

Dead Snapshot - Las Vegas, NV by T W Brown 
3 Stars ***

Most people faced with the zombie apocalypse are simply trying to survive. Joel Landon is determined to any means necessary. All he needs to do is surround himself with the right people who have the same mindset. Of course, they also have to understand that there are rules. No society can flourish without them. If you step out of line, the last words you hear will be, "I sentence you to the darkness."

Could there be a fate worse than death by zombie?

That was my reading week.  I hope you are reading something wonderful.

As always, thanks for stopping by.