Book Review: Slap Shot – Kelly Jamieson ****

Slap Shot is the fifth full book in Jamieson’s Aces Hockey series. If you’ve been following the exploits of the Aces team you’ll be glad to catch up with Max Hall in this one. We’ve had snippets about him in earlier books. He sat out the previous season trying to cope with the death of…

Book Review: Two Nights – Kathy Reichs *****

After eighteen novels in her “Bones” series it would be very easy to write off Kathy Reichs as a one trick pony. “Two Nights” demonstrates that she is much more than the queen of forensic pathology and truly a master of the suspenseful thriller. Sunnie Night is a real character. Ex forces and ex police…

Book Review: Dancing in the Rain – Kelly Jamieson *****

A new standalone book from Kelly Jamieson but never fear there is still a hint of hockey about this one. Drew has hit rock bottom. At thirty he is a washed up ex-NHL player. Surgery on his knee has been unsuccessful and for the first time in over twenty years hockey isn’t at the centre…

Book Review: Back Check – Kelly Jamieson ****

Back Check is the latest novel in Kelly Jamieson’s Chicago Aces Hockey Series and I have a confession to make. The book isn’t actually out until early January 2017 but as soon as it arrived for review it went straight to the top of my reading pile! If you have been following the Aces Series…

Book Review: Betrayals (Cainsville 4) – Kelley Armstrong *****

Betrayals is the fourth book in the supernatural Cainsville series by Kelley Armstrong. Dark stories of fae and enchantment and the wild horsemen of the underworld leading the wild hunt. This book continues on from Deceptions. A little time has passed and Olivia now has her PI licence and is happily working for Gabriel’s law…

Author Focus: Kelly Jamieson

In honour of International Women’s Day and the fast approaching end of the Hockey season, today I’m looking at Kelly’s Aces Hockey series published by Loveswept. This is an adult romance series set in the fast paced world of the NHL and featuring the Chicago Aces. Major Misconduct (Aces Hockey #1) **** UK Publishing Date:…

Book Review: Call Me, Maybe – Ellie Cahill ***

UK Publishing Date: 09 Feb 2016. 242 pages Clementine Daly is a graduate without a purpose. Coming from a venerable American family (think along the lines of the Vanderbilts and you’re in the right ballpark) where everyone else is working in the family real estate business she has no interest in joining them. She is…