Publisher: Berkley Books

Review – A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas
In Book Review
August 12, 2017

Review – A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas

I do this thing where, even if I wasn’t a fan of the first book in a series, my curiosity about the sequel gets the better of me so I read it, hoping that it’s better than the first. Rarely is that actually the case. This was not one of those times. A Conspiracy in Belgravia starts the reader off […]

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Review – Lost Boy by Christina Henry
In Book Review
June 30, 2017

Review – Lost Boy by Christina Henry

I’ve never liked Peter Pan. It’s one of those stories that just didn’t capture my attention and no matter how it’s spun, Peter strikes me as an awful little boy. So I was very excited to read of Captain Hook’s origins, fully expecting Peter to be the villain and I wasn’t disappointed. I was hesitant to read Lost Boy at first as I wasn’t […]

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Review – A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas
In Book Review
October 7, 2016

Review – A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas

Sherry Thomas asks us the question: “What if Sherlock Holmes was a woman?” I give you Charlotte Holmes, an inquisitive and intelligent young woman discontent with her role in society as nothing more than a pretty face meant for marriage and motherhood. A Study in Scarlet Women examines the difficulties a woman of the Sherlockian age had in order to survive […]

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Review – Whispers Beyond the Veil by Jessica Estevao
In Book Review
September 12, 2016

Review – Whispers Beyond the Veil by Jessica Estevao

We’re off to Canada (at least to start) in this historical mystery filled with murder and the spiritual — we’re talking mediums here, people. Connecting with souls on the other side, reading fortunes, this world is hopping with all sorts of energies. Ruby Proulx is in the middle of it all with an unusual gift, a sleazy father, and a […]

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Review – Seduction Wears Sapphires by Renee Bernard
In Book Review
April 24, 2016

Review – Seduction Wears Sapphires by Renee Bernard

An American comes to town in this historical romance set in London (as many of them tend to be). Caroline Townsend, hailing from Boston, comes to the city across the pond to fulfill a request by an English nobleman, a friend of her late grandfather. The task? Chaperone his grandson to make sure he is well-behaved for the social season. […]

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