Cut to the Bone is the third installment in Ellison Cooper’s Agent Sayer Altair series, but it works as a stand-alone, as well. I haven’t read the first two books and I didn’t miss a beat. It features a Black, female FBI Agent, a Gay counselor (former famous cook) with a three-legged therapeutic dog, and an amputee data investigator that is a cinnamon roll! Thrilling, educating, and fun… except for the part where a busload of students are kidnapped by some guy.
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Ghost Wood Song was put on my radar by Amanda’s review and then Becky’s idea to do a buddy read and I’m sure they are both happy to take the blame. If not, they should be because WOW. Erica Walters kicked my ass. Ghost Wood Song had one-foot reality, one-foot in the supernatural, and the power of music throughout-out.
Recently, I tweeted that characters in fantasy novels should never beg the question, “how could things possibly get worse,” because chances are authors had an answer. Turns out that tweet is not genre-specific.
Welcome to Top 5 Saturday! This week is all about Hyped books and I’m feeling generous (also … salty). Five books from the first half of 2020 and five to come. Any make your list? Did the ones from the first 1/2 of 2020 meet your expectations or fail spectacularly?
Spring/Summer Fling 2020 June Update- Albeit Late due to… well… life… but it bursting with new ARCs, reviews, and interviews. It’ll keep you going for all your reading needs!
Amy Tintera’s new Monsters duology kicks-off with All These Monsters, a YA Sci-Fi monster mash that falls on the younger side of the YA spectrum. Tintera handles family mental and physical abuse well, leaving the sci-fi story predictable.