I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
Book nine in the Charley Davidson fantasy/paranormal series was a bit of a departure from previous releases, although I loved it immensely. It thankfully still had all of the charm, a ton of the snarkiness, and the majority of the interesting characters fans have come to love.
‘He was like a sanctuary. Like shelter from a storm. I knew, beyond anything known and not known, beyond the future and the past, that I could count on this being, on this man, to be there for me.’
As the book synopsis announced, Charley found herself in a different part of the country with retrograde amnesia and being called Jane Doe, which just started things off with a bang. I wasn’t sure if I’d like this new twist or if it would be frustrating because I adore Charley and her kooky friends and family. But I have to say that this sort of brought out a different, almost gentler, version of her that was actually rather endearing.