Seduced by Moonlight (Merry Gentry #3)



The third book in the series and it’s still going strong. I’m going to blame this novel series for sending me into the erotica kick that I’ve been in recently. This book is about events over like a week.

We meet with Merry and her protectors again. She’s been invited to her uncle’s ball, however, they all know it’s a trap. Merry’s power seems to be increasing after she brought Kitto into his Sidhe power and they defeated the nameless. Her protectors have been given back some of their powers and they are now living in a larger abode thanks to Maeve. Obviously, things are not going to calm down anytime soon for the Princess.

I love this series. Though it is erotica, it has a very substantial story that allows you to become invested in the characters. Each of the protectors gets to grow a lot more in this book than in the other ones. We also find out about frost past which is nice. It’s well written and the sex still doesn’t overpower the rest of the story. Can’t wait t read the next book.

A Caress of Twilight (Merry Gentry #2)


Eleventh Grave in Moonlight (Charley Davidson #11)



The most recent book in this series, and I’m so happy that I got to read this. I will warn all who start this book that it has a killer of a cliffhanger ending. The release date of the next book is already marked on my calendar, which is perfectly Oct 31.

A standard day for Charley, involves all the normal things that PI’s deal with. Missing people, stalkers, death threats, manically religious people, ghosts, hell hounds, and a seriously pissed evil God. While still trying to come to grips with the idea that she is a Goddess and finding more and more about her past in the other dimension. She must figure out how to keep herself alive, while also keeping her daughter safe.

This book is so good. Charley and the team have grown a lot over the past few books. In this book, Osh gets a bit more of a role, as does Amber. We get to see more of her seer powers and her fighting spirit. Amber’s sub plot brings all of the gang together to protect her and allows her to grow as a character. Osh acts more like a kid in this book then he did in others, but you can feel like he’s really bonded with the gang. The hell dimension doesn’t have much of a spot in this book, except for at the end, which leads into the cliffhanger. I want to read the next book so bad because of where she ended. This is an excellent continuation of the series, and I’m glad that the pace picked up a bit in this book, as I felt that was lacking in the previous books.

The Curse of Tenth Grave (Charley Davidson #10)