Living in the Pit Of Hell sure hasn't inspired me to stay indoors and read during the hot days of summer... I wish I knew why my reading volume has decreased so drastically so I could find a way to improve it.
Nights Edge by Maggie Shayne, Barbara Hambly & Charlaine Harris
My Rating: 6*'s
My Thoughts: Not bad. My favorite was Maggie Shayne's story, Her Best Enemy, which involved ghosts and a 30 year old murder mystery.
Reunion In Death by J.D. Robb
My Rating: 10*'s
My Thoughts: No surprise here. Once again, this series delivers on many levels. Very interesting story and I thoroughly enjoyed the ending fight scene showing Eve kicking some serious criminal behind. In this story, the reader is introduced to Peabody's parents and are shown first hand the skills and gifts these characters possess. I enjoyed the interactions between Eve and Peabody's father. I also enjoyed seeing the more protective side of Eve and the softer side of her humanity when she lowers her shields.
Upon The Midnight Clear by Sherrilyn Kenyon
My Rating: 5*'s
My Thoughts: Not as good as the first Dream-Hunter book, though I did like the characters. Kenyon writes excellent injured hero characters, though I thought Zarek and especially Vane were better.
Hoping September will be much better in the reading department!
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