Category Archives: mystery

Review: Hot Chocolate by Dawn Greenfield Ireland

Categories: 4 butterflies, book tour, Dawn Greenfield Ireland, humor, mystery, RBR, review, virtual author book tours
    Hot Chocolateby Dawn Greenfield Ireland;Editions: Ebook ( Kindle / Nook )Published by Artistic Origins Inc (October 20, 2011)Source: review copyMeet the middle-aged Alcott sisters: Madge, Lila Mae and Dorothea, heiresses to the Alcott Chocolate fortune and mavens of Houston’s elite River Oaks.Madge ambushes Lila Mae with Dorothea’s manipulative plea: she can’t care for Bernie, their 92-year old father, any longer. Lila Mae explodes in a hissy fit—she had warned Dorothea years ago that they should put Bernie in an assisted living center.Robert, Read more [...]

Review: Kiss of the Vampire (Warriors of the Rift #1) by Cynthia Garner

Categories: 3 butterflies, adult, Cynthia Garner, demons, mystery, netgalley, paranormal, RBR, review, sci-fi-ish, shape shifters, some romance, vampires, Warriors of the Rift
    Kiss of the Vampire (Warriors of the Rift)by Cynthia Garner;Editions: Paperback, 384 pages; Kindle / NookExpected publication: February 1st 2012 by ForeverSource: NetGalleyWarriors of the RiftOnce a generation, the rift between the paranormal world and the human world opens, allowing supernatural entities to cross. Vampire, demon, or shapeshifter, they can save the world-or send it spiraling into chaos.< Half-demon, half-human, Nix de la Fuente is accepted by neither and mistrusted by both. Determined to prove she's more human than not, Read more [...]

Review: New Girl by Paige Harbison

Categories: 4 butterflies, contemporary, mystery, netgalley, Paige Harbison, RBR, retelling, review, some romance, ya
       New Girl (Harlequin Teen)Paige Harbison; Paperback, 304 pagesExpected publication: January 31st 2012 by HarlequinTeenThey call me 'New Girl'...Ever since I arrived at exclusive, prestigious Manderly Academy, that’s who I am. New girl. Unknown. But not unnoticed—because of her.Becca Normandy—that’s the name on everyone’s lips. The girl whose picture I see everywhere. The girl I can’t compare to. I mean, her going missing is the only reason a spot opened up for me at the academy. And everyone stares at me like it’s my fault.Except Read more [...]

Review: Murder on the Down Low by Pamela Samuels-Young

Categories: 3 butterflies, book tour, courtroom, mystery, Pamela Samuels Young, pump up your book, RBR, review, suspense, thriller
   Murder on the Down LowPamela Samuels-Young; Ebook, 406 pagesPublished September 1st 2008 by Goldman House PublishingSource: review copy from the authorA high-profile lawsuit erupts into chaos, revealing its place in a larger spree of violence in this scandalous tale of lust, lies, and vengeance. A brazen gunman is targeting prominent African American men on the streets of Los Angeles, and police are completely baffled. At the same time, savvy big-firm attorney Vernetta Henderson and her outrageous sidekick, Special, lead the charge for revenge Read more [...]

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Sin (Blackthorn Brothers #2) by Kasey Michaels

Categories: 5 butterflies, adult romance, historical, Kasey Michaels, mystery, netgalley, RBR, review
      A Midsummer Night's Sin (Blackthorn Brothers)Kasey Michaels; Mass Market Paperback, 384 pagesPublished November 22nd 2011 by HQN BooksMeet the Blackthorn Brothers—three unrepentant scoundrels infamous for being mad, bad and perilous to love.Handsome as the devil and twice as tempting, Robin "Puck" Blackthorn lives for the pleasures of the moment. His only rule—never dally with an innocent woman. But when an encounter at a masquerade ball leaves him coveting the one woman who refuses to succumb to his charms, Puck realizes that some Read more [...]

Review: The Undertaker by William F. Brown

Categories: 4 butterflies, mystery, RBR, review, suspense, William F. Brown
     The UndertakerWilliam F. Brown; Published May 16th 2011 by Createspace (first published May 2011)Curiosity can kill more than cats, but when Pete Talbott found himself at the wrong end of Gino Parini’s .45 reading his own obituary, it was a mystery he couldn’t leave alone. From the cornfields of Ohio to the gritty slums of Chicago, a bloody kitchen in a Back Bay townhouse, New York’s Washington Square, and the nation’s Capitol itself, the hunt is on. Someone with a penchant for sharp scalpels and embalming tables is planting bodies Read more [...]
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