Fifth Grave Past the Light

Fifth Grave Past the Light

by Darynda Jones

Fifth Grave Past the Light (Charley Davidson, #5)

Never underestimate the power of a woman on a double espresso with a mocha latte chaser high.
– T-shirt

Charley Davidson isn’t your everyday, run-of-the-mill grim reaper. She’s more of a paranormal private eye/grim reaper extraordinaire. However, she gets sidetracked when the sexy, sultry son of Satan, Reyes Farrow, moves in next door. To further complicate matters, Reyes is her main suspect in an arson case. Charley has vowed to stay away from him until she can find out the truth…but then dead women start appearing in her apartment, one after another, each lost, confused, and terrified beyond reason. When it becomes apparent that her own sister, Gemma is the serial killer’s next target, Charley has no choice but to ask for Reyes’s help. Arsonist or not, he’s the one man alive who could protect Gemma no matter who or what came at her. But he wants something in return. Charley. All of her, body and soul. And to keep her sister safe, it is a price she is willing to pay.

Charley Davidson is at it again in the sexy, suspenseful, and laugh-out-loud funny fifth installment of the New York Times best selling series.

Charley is back to her old self in Fifth Grave Past the Light. Yeah, Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet showed us the more human, and vulnerable, side of our heroine, but it was tough seeing her so scared. She’s back in full snark-mode and it’s wonderful!

The best thing about Fifth Grave Past the Light is the main mystery. I LOVE the mystery! Charley’s apartment is rapidly filling up with the spirits of tormented blonde haired women. They are all barely dressed, covered in mud, and unable to focus on our spunky grim reaper long enough to give out clues. Charley is forced to get her hands dirty and search out their fates. Also, there is an arsonist determined to torch all of Reyes’ childhood homes and Charley is pretty sure the Son of Satan is responsible. And if all that wasn’t enough, the sultry Reyes has moved in next door! (I know you can’t see me but I am totally fangirl giggling over here. This has to be my favorite in the series so far!)

The plot is obviously quite complex and Jones handles it masterfully. The pace is quick and everything ties in smoothly. The full cast of characters is back, including personal favorites Uncle Bob and Cookie. We get to see a more personable side of Reyes that will leave you swooning. And we get to see Charley delve in to the depths of her grim reaper powers.

Once again, the strained relationship between Charley and her father is the only thing worth complaining about. I’m just ready for some solid information instead of fighting with Charley’s determination to ignore her father. I am hoping answers come soon!

READ Five Grave Past the Light and let me know what you think! Happy beach reading!

Lindsay

Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet

Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet

by Darynda Jones

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Welcome to the world of grim reaper extraordinaire Charley Davidson. Try as she might, there’s no avoiding her destiny.

Sometimes being the grim reaper really is, well, grim. And since Charley’s last case went so awry, she has taken a couple of months off to wallow in the wonders of self-pity. But when a woman shows up on her doorstep convinced someone is trying to kill her, Charley has to force herself to rise above…or at least get dressed. It becomes clear something is amiss when everyone the woman knows swears she’s insane. But the more they refute the woman’s story, the more Charley believes it.

In the meantime, the sexy, sultry son of Satan, Reyes Farrow, is out of prison and out of Charley’s life, as per her wishes and several perfectly timed death threats. But his absence has put a serious crimp in her sex life. While there are other things to consider, like the fact that the city of Albuquerque has been taken hostage by an arsonist, Charley is having a difficult time staying away. Especially when it looks like Reyes may be involved.

Just when life was returning to normal, Charley is thrust back into the world of crime, punishment, and the devil in blue jeans in this hilarious fourth installment in the New York Times bestselling series.

Charley Davidson has just survived a brutal attack from a psycho killer, been arrested by her father, and had her detective agency temporarily shut down. Not surprisingly, she has locked herself in her apartment and refuses to come out for anyone until a desperate young woman shows up at her door. A young woman who is sure someone is trying to kill her. A woman who everyone thinks is crazy.

Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet does not have the crazy, carefree feel of the first three books in the Charley Davidson series. But that doesn’t mean it lacks the snark and pace that keeps me coming back. We just see Charley in a very vulnerable situation and it actually deeps her character for me. 

Charley is dealing by purchasing everything she can to cover the blood stains in her living room. She is hiding but still remains close with Cookie and we see her develop a wonderful relationship with her sister. I like that Charley is having to deal with demons, both literal and figurative, and that she struggles to pull herself out of a state of fear. 

The only negative point I have about the story is Charley’s relationship with her father. Both are constantly making knee-jerk reactions. Plus, we never get a clear explained behind her father’s decisions. But that’s it.

I definitely recommend Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet for anyone needing a fun paranormal mystery. Believe me when I say the ending is AWESOME! 

What mysteries are you reading?

Lindsay

Nightwalker

Nightwalker

by Heather Graham

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Jessy Sparhawk has seen firsthand how gambling can ruin people’s lives. But one night, desperate for money, she places the bet that will change her life forever. Just as she’s collecting her winnings, a man stumbles through the crowd, a knife protruding from his back, and crashes into her, pinning her to the craps table. Hired to investigate the murder, private detective Dillon Wolf finds himself fascinated by the gorgeous redhead who’d been trapped beneath the victim–and by the single word the dying man had whispered in her ear. “Indigo.”

What neither of them realizes is that the nightmare is only just beginning. Because bodyguard Tanner Green may have been killed by that knife, but his angry ghost isn’t going anywhere–not without vengeance. Now, literally caught between the living and the dead, Dillon and Jessy have no choice but to forge ahead together. Their investigation will take them from the glitz of the Vegas strip into the dealings of casino magnate Emil Landon, the man who signs both their paychecks, and out into the desert to a ghost town called Indigo, where past and present come together in a search for gold.

Years ago, blood was shed on that very ground, and now it looks as if history is about to repeat itself, with the living and the dead facing off for possession of a fortune, and Dillon and Jessy fighting not only to stay alive but for the chance to build a future.

 Sometimes you just need to read something predictable; a good novel with a solid story, fun characters, and no surprises helps when you’re feeling a tad burned out. This is when I turn to Heather Graham. A Graham novel will always contain a headstrong heroine, a smart kind hero, an intriguing mystery, a steamy romance, and ghosts! All good things!

Nightwalker did not disappoint. It contained all the classic Heather Graham elements and made for an enjoyable read during my commute. Jessy is a casino entertainer in Las Vegas who kinda witnesses’ the murder of a well-known hired muscle. Dillon is a private investigator for Adam Harrison Investigations who decides to help Jessy. It’s a story of insta-love, snarky ghosts, and cowboy shoot-outs. What’s not to like!?

I love how personable Graham makes her ghosts. It’s hard to imagine them not being seen and it is one of the reasons I keep coming back to her novels. Ringo is an ex-Civil War soldier who helps Dillon with his investigations because of a debit owed to Dillon’s ancestor. Ringo maintains all his personality from his past life as well as a humorous outlook on his current decade. He can work the tv remote, let the dog out, and operates as a silent, unseen investigator for Dillon. I enjoyed reading Ringo, but he is not the only reason to pick up Nightwalker. The mystery was delightfully intricate. It spanned multiple generations, and involved hidden Native American gold and a classic salon shootout!

Now for the negative points…the story is predictable. Yep, I know that’s the reason why I decided to read Nightwalker but I also know that this may be annoying for some readers. And it is also the reason I will not read another Heather Graham novel for a few months. Now, do you know the insta-love that plagues YA? Expect plenty of that in Nightwalker. I actually caught myself rolling my eyes on multiple occasions. I get instant attraction. I believe in personal chemistry. I do not believe imagining a life with someone after 3 days of acquaintance is romantic. Just my opinion, and one of the other reasons Graham posts are few and far between.

Nightwalker is a fun read and the perfect novel for those in need of a light paranormal mystery. Any other Heather Graham fans? Which authors do you turn to for a ‘predictable’ read?

Lindsay

Third Grave Dead Ahead

Third Grave Dead Ahead

by Darynda Jones

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Paranormal private eye. Grim reaper extraordinaire. Whatever. Charley Davidson is back! And she’s drinking copious amounts of caffeine to stay awake because, every time she closes her eyes, she sees him: Reyes Farrow, the part-human, part-supermodel son of Satan. Yes, she did imprison him for all eternity, but come on. How is she supposed to solve a missing persons case, deal with an ego-driven doctor, calm her curmudgeonly dad, and take on a motorcycle gang hell-bent on murder when the devil’s son just won’t give up?

Last week I talked about needing a funny book to read because life was being annoying. So, I went down to the library that day and picked up a copy of Third Grave Dead Ahead. I’m so lucky to have friends who get my sense of humor. This series was recommended by two awesome women and I know Charley’s antics will leave me laughing every time.

I started this series last year and feel free to check out my reviews of First Grave on the Right and Second Grave on the Left. I decided to take a break after Second Grave because the character development and interactions just left me frustrated. So many reactions were just too knee-jerk and confusing. Third Grave Dead Ahead eliminated all of that for me.

Reyes is alive and back in prison. Cookie and Uncle Bob have started flirting! Garrett has fully embraced Charley’s roll as the Grim Reaper. And Charley isn’t sleeping…Third Grave Dead Ahead picks up mere weeks after Second Grave and Charley’s dreams are haunted by an angry Reyes.

I LOVED this story. I finally understand the friendship between Charley and Garrett and Jones provides two ‘on the edge of your seat’ mysteries for Charley to solve. Charley actually interacts with Reyes outside of her dreams and it is interesting! Plus, Jones introduces us to the biker gang that owns the old asylum. Third Grave was just a well developed, fast paced story. I actually connected with Charley, which I just didn’t have with the first two books.

My only complaint would be how Charley’s dad was portrayed. His brooding and abrasive responses just felt out of character. I could only see him as Charley saw him: an unfair man who was slowly turning in to her enemy. I have a feeling this will be resolved in the next book.

I definitely recommend Third Grave Dead Ahead and the Charley Davidson series. It is the perfect series to read when you need a good dose of snark and a reason to laugh!

Lindsay

Wicked Appetite

Wicked Appetite

by Janet Evanovich

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For centuries, treasure hunters have been eager to possess the stones, undeterred by their corrupting nature. The list is long — Genghis Khan, Alexander the Great, Napoleon, to name a few. Now the Stones have found their way to Salem, Massachusetts, and so has Gerwulf Grimoire, adding himself to this rogues’ gallery of power seekers. He’s an uncommonly dangerous man, with a hunger for the forbidden, and a set of abilities that are way beyond ordinary. Abilities that he feels entitle him to possess anything he might desire.

That would include Elizabeth Tucker, the woman he needs to find the Stones. She’s freshly transplanted from New York City to Boston’s North Shore. With a new job as pastry chef at Dazzle’s bakery and an old house inherited from her Aunt Ophelia, her life is pretty much on track …until it’s suddenly derailed by a guy named Diesel, a rude monkey, and a ninja cat.

Lizzy can handle the monkey and the cat. She’s not sure about Diesel. He’s offering up his own set of unusual talents, promising to protect her from Grimoire. The kind of protection that Lizzy suspects might involve guarding her body day and night.

The Seven Deadly Sins are pride, greed, lust, envy wrath, sloth and gluttony. That pretty much covers everything that is wicked. Diesel thinks it also pretty much covers everything that’s fun. And Lizzy thinks Diesel and the Seven Deadly Sins cover everything her mother warned her about.

Wicked Appetite is the first book in a relatively new series by Janet Evanovich. Some of the main characters were initially introduced during her in-between-the-numbers Plum novels, but Stephanie is absent this time around. The Lizzy and Diesel series is different in that it doesn’t stick with the normal romance or quirky mystery storyline that is typical of Evanovich’s novels. Instead, Wicked Appetite takes a stab at a supernatural semi-romance story and I enjoyed it. 

I love the characters and they are one of the reasons I find myself coming back to Evanovich’s novels time after time. Lizzy is just an ordinary girl who can make extraordinary cupcakes and has the ability to find certain unmentionable items. Diesel, a ruggedly handsome stranger, needs her help to find seven stones that embody the Seven Deadly Sins. A rude monkey, ninja guard cat, bakery full of witchy women, knight, and mysterious bad guy make up the quirky supporting cast. Yep, it’s an Evanovich novel!

I love how naive and openly honest Lizzy is about her life. She has no problem telling Diesel how she feels and I found it endearing. I also love everything about Diesel and how he interacts with Lizzy. He is sweet, assertive, and yet perfectly protective of our sweet damsel. Diesel is my kind of guy and I plan to finish the series just to hear more about him! Plus, I LOVE how Evanovich portrays the glutton   attributes of the Moore family. Her humorous twists left me giggling constantly during my tedious drive.

I still do not get where Evanovich is going with this whole Unmentionable thing. It doesn’t seem to have any basis in any predetermined paranormal storyline and it just lacks the information I need to really enjoy the story. It just seems like everyone is ok with the lack of information (except Lizzy, she isn’t ok with any of it) and that lack left me a tad confused at times. I need more history and background to wholeheartedly jump onboard. If anyone gets the Unmentionable thing please feel free to enlighten me.

Also, I do not find Wolf attractive. At. All. The dark, dangerous vampire vibe is fine but it isn’t something to leave me swooning like the women in the novel. To be honest, their reactions made me rolling my eyes. I’m not about to jump in to bead with a cruel guy like Wolf so I don’t get the appeal. I am also wary of the whole ‘one of us will loose our unmentionable powers if we sleep together’ plot line. WHAT?!? I know there needs to be something keeping Lizzy and Diesel from jumping in the sack by chapter three but this has bad idea written all over it. What’s going to happen by the end of the series? Which character is willing to give up a part of themselves for sex? Eh….

Overall, it was a fun book to listen to during my commute. I love the characters and Diesel is my type of guy, but it will not be making my list of favorites. Have you read Wicked Appetite? Let me know what you think!

Lindsay

Hexes and Hemlines

Hexes and Hemlines

by Juliet Blackwell

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With her vintage clothing store taking off, Lily Ivory is finding that life in San Francisco suits her just fine. But her ability to sense vibrations from the past, so useful in locating secondhand gems, has landed her in the middle of a new mystery…

Lily gets called away from Aunt Cora’s Closet when the police need a witch’s take on a strange case. Malachi Zazi was stabbed to death in his apartment, under a ladder, surrounded by the number thirteen, a broken mirror, and a black cat—superstitions that the victim, as head of a rationalist society, was devoted to discrediting.

When the police identify a suspect from the Serpentarian Society, Lily is shocked to learn it’s someone she knows. But with bad luck plaguing all its members, she begins to wonder if there’s more at work than mere coincidence. And while there aren’t many clues from the crime scene, Lily finds evidence of dark witchcraft and a hex on her friend’s doorstep. With her friend’s safety at stake, Lily is determined to use magic to find the murderer before everyone’s luck runs out…

Hexes and Hemlines is the third book in Blackwell’s Witchcraft Mystery series. This novel finds Lily consulting on a murder investigation that involves bad luck charms and a witchy cleansing.

Hexes and Hemlines is my least favorite of the series so far, but I still enjoy it for a number of reasons. Namely, Lily finally gets a backbone when it comes to Max and Aidan. She walks out on Aidan when he demands, without explanation, that she stop investigating Malachi Zazi’s murder. FINALLY! We also see Lily develop healthier friendships with both Inspector Carlos and Sailor the psychic. Both, in their own odd ways, allow Lily the chance to be herself. Carlos helps build her confidence by asking for her help and taking her advice. Sailor just accepts Lily as the sweet nosey witch we all love. Sailor is my favorite part of Hexes and Hemlines. Yes he may be working for Aidan but he can’t help liking Lily. We get to learn more of his backstory and see him grudgingly turn in to Lily’s friend.

The convoluted and just odd storyline is the main reason Hexes and Hemlines is my least favorite of the first three books. The story is rather complex and developed rather well but it’s almost too much for a cozy mystery. There were a few times where I found myself asking “wait…what?” Blackwell did a good job tying everything together but the short mystery platform left her revelations feeling abrupt. It is also much darker than the last two books which can be off putting. Just remember these points when reading Hexes and Hemlines and you won’t be thrown off as I was.

I’m going to refrain from whining about Max and Aidan because both have only become more annoying and controlling in book 3. The good thing is that Lily is FINALLY standing up for herself. She doesn’t let Aidan control her magic and she doesn’t let Max push her in to hiding her witchy side.

Pick up Hexes and Hemlines! You’ll enjoy the side story of Oscar and the black cat! Plus, the new stubborn Lily is just fun! What witchy books are you reading this week?

Lindsay

If Walls Could Talk

If Walls Could Talk

by Juliet Blackwell

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Melanie Turner has made quite a name for herself remodeling historic houses in the San Francisco Bay Area. But now her reputation may be on the line.

At her newest project, a run-down Pacific Heights mansion, Mel is visited by the ghost of a colleague who recently met a bad end with power tools. Mel hopes that by nailing the killer, she can rid herself of the ghostly presence of the murdered man-and not end up a construction casualty herself…

If Walls Could Talk is the first in a different  cozy mystery series by Juliet Blackwell. The Haunted Home Renovation Mysteries follows ex-cultural anthropologist turned contractor, Mel, who loves restoring antique homes. Plus, it has a hunky crush, a few murders, and the ability to talk to ghosts. Not a bad cozy-mystery idea if you ask me.

If Walls Could Talk is right up my alley with my archaeology and historic preservation background but I’m not sure I’ll be picking up the next book in the series. This novel was not as well developed as the Witchcraft Mystery series. The best word to describe it is abrupt. Spoilers ahead folks.

Bam: Mel witnesses a murder. Bam: Mel runs in to her old crush that she hasn’t seen for ten years and immediately has an argument. Bam: Mel sees a ghost. Bam: Mel spends the night with a charming photographer she doesn’t trust. Bam: Mel learns that both she and her mom could talk to ghost so she’s now totally ok with it.

The plot and character relationships were well thought out but the prose just didn’t flow. It was a little off putting and it made it difficult to be become invested in the characters. The story is just rushed which left the relationships feeling two dimensional. Plus, no one would spend the entire time freaking out about seeing a ghost and then just be totally cool with it in the end.

I did like Mel and the relationship she has with her father and ex-stepson. I think the series has some potential because the characters are fun and the haunted antique house setting is interesting.

Have you read this cozy-mystery series? What do you think of the haunted home renovation idea?

Lindsay

A Cast-off Coven

A Cast-off Coven

by Juliet Blackwell

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Students are spooked at the San Francisco School of Fine Arts, and Lily is called in to search for possible paranormal activity. In return she’s been promised a trunkful of Victorian-era clothes recently discovered in a school storage closet.

But Lily finds something else: the body of a wealthy patron of the school. In between running the store and seeing her new boyfriend, Max—a “mythbuster” who is uncomfortable with her witchcraft—she uses her sleuthing skills to try to solve the murder. Soon Lily senses something from the school’s vintage clothes, but it’s not the smell of mothballs—it’s the unmistakable aura of evil intent.

Lily banished La Llorona and life at Aunt Cora’s Closet has returned to normal. But Maya’s art school is haunted and Lily agrees to check it out in exchange for some antique dresses. She soon learns there is more than ghosts haunting the school and Lily is, once again, determined to banish dark spirits.

I always enjoy A Cast-off Coven because of the art school setting. Blackwell’s descriptions have me enthralled with the school and I wish the place was real! The building is gorgeous and historic, plus I like how the students are free to move around the campus and interact with a variety of mediums. The mystery is interesting as Lily must deal with a suicidal ghost and a lusty demon which takes her outside of her witchy brewing comforts. I love the dancing dresses inspired by Lily’s sex magic and the mysterious closet full of clothing. And I am a sucker for the creepy music box. I did craved more on the history of the clothes and the women who owned them. I’m a historian so I know that you rarely find those details in real life, but this is a cozy mystery. I want to know more! 

Readers are also introduced to a number of new interesting characters. There are a handful of artists but I quickly tired of the broody students and teachers. I did, however, enjoy Luc who is the gorgeous sculpture instructor and also happens to be the brother of hunky Max Carmichael, Lily’s crush. Her association with Luc causes some hard feelings between Lily and Max. We finally meet Sailor, a moody reluctant psychic who is my favorite character of the series! He is in debt to Aidan and is loaned out to help Lily in the battle. Plus we get to spend time with the Maya, Bronwyn, and Herve from Secondhand Spirits

The main men have not improved since Secondhand Spirits. In fact they have only gotten worse. Aidan is still annoyingly mysterious and demanding. It’s just hard for me to like a guy who tries to control everyone he meets. And I was sick of Max by the end of the book. He gets all aggressive and demanding with Lily after learning she was at the art school the night of the murder. He’s territorial when any other man is around her. He beats up Sailor but won’t say why. Lily has to find out about his past from other people and then has to push Max to open up at the end of the book. Plus, he refuses to accept Lily’s witchiness despite witnessing her bind the demon. I’m ok with the sexual tension between the two of them but it just seems like a failed relationship from the beginning. They do not have enough in common to keep them together.

I still enjoyed A Cast-off Coven and recommend it for paranormal cozy-mystery readers not wanting a fun steamy romance. I enjoyed it! Let me know what you think!

Lindsay

Secondhand Spirits

Secondhand Spirits

by Juilet Blackwell

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Lily Ivory is not your average witch. Her spell-casting powers tend to draw mischievous spirits while keeping normal humans at a distance. But now her vintage clothing store could give her a chance to make friends in San Francisco….

Lily hopes for a normal life when she opens Aunt Cora’s Closet. With her magical knack for vintage fashion -she can sense vibrations of the past from clothing and jewelry—her store becomes a big hit.

But when a client is murdered and children start disappearing from the Bay Area, Lily may be the only one who can unravel the crime. She tries to keep her identity a secret while investigating, but it’s not easy—especially under the spells of sexy “mythbuster” Max Carmichael and powerful witch Aidan Rhodes. Will Lily’s witchy ways be forced out of the closet?

I found Secondhand Spirits on audiobook in the local library a few years ago. It was October and I was in desperate need of a lighthearted paranormal mystery to get through my last fall semester. Secondhand Spirits fit the bill and I managed to read most of the series in the following months. I’ve been craving spooky cozy mysteries again and decided it was time to revisit and share Blackwell’s Witchcraft Mysteries.

I’m going to start off with all the reasons I enjoy this story. I like Lily Ivory. I enjoy her sweet southern ways and how she is kind to everyone she meets despite being a social outcast for most of her life. I like that she has somehow stumbled on such great, even if somewhat odd, friends in Bronwyn and Maya. I wish I could check out Aunt Cora’s Closet and the Haight-Ashbury district because Blackwell’s descriptions are tantalizing and I have no problem visualizing Lily’s world. I even like Lily’s sarcastic goblin/potbelly pig familiar, Oscar.

But, the one point that keeps me coming back to the story is the spirit Lily must battle, La Llorona. La Llorona has been one of my favorite ghost stories since I first heard it in a high school Spanish class. Don’t ask me why, because it’s kinda a depressing ghost story. La Llorona is doomed to haunt the water searching for her lost children. The children she drowned upon learning of their father’s infidelity. (Watch the pilot episode of Supernatural if you want another great take of La Llorona!) Blackwell’s mix of La Llorona, voodoo, and Lily’s earthy brewing had me hooked!

Now for my eh thoughts. I am not of a fan of the two lead men introduced in to Lily’s life. The story opens with Aidan Rhodes, male witch, barging in to her store, placing a charm on the occupants, and gifting Lily with Oscar. We learn that Aidan is an associate of Lily’s dark magic wielding father and isn’t to be trusted. And yet, Lily still takes in Oscar despite suspecting that he is a spy for Aidan. Wait…what?!? Plus, Lily seems to find, and fall for, the one man in the Bay Area who despises everything about witchcraft. I get that Max Carmichael is one sexy hunk but…WHY?!? Both Max and Aidan have their good qualities but were demanding and controlling overall. I was not vested in her relationship with either man.

I still enjoy Secondhand Spirits despite my dislike ofMax and Aidan. I definitely recommend if you are looking for something light and witchy. Lily is more like a regular human than she knows. She routinely makes spur of the moment and somewhat bad decisions but she does everything with kind intentions. I like her. Has anyone else stumbled up this series?

Lindsay

What to Expect – OCTOBER

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My favorite month of the year has arrived and you should see all the reviews that await you! MWAHAHAHA! (cue the creepy music…)

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So what can you expect this month? Lots and lots of paranormal cozy mysteries. What can I say? I love mysteries involving ghosts and witches.

I plan on reviewing Juliet Blackwell’s entire Withcraft Mystery series, which follows the adventures of sweet witch, Lily Ivory and her potbelly pig/goblin, Oscar.

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The third installment of Jackie Smith’s Cemetery Tours series comes out this month and you will see a review! I’m looking forward to After Death. Ghost hunting and a circus….oooooo!

Also, I will be reviewing one non paranormal novel this month: Jones Lee’s A Time to Live. This amazing friend has been beyond patient while waiting for this review and I’m excited to talk about the crazy adventures of snarky Carter Gabel!

So grad a pumpkin spice latte and your favorite candy because it is going to be a fun month!

Lindsay