Jennifer Stanley is smokin’ hot. As sizzling as sesame oil in a skillet.
Lee is clearly a story wizard, and it is evident from setting to plot to characters to action.
McKinlay deftly blends small town environs, charismatic characters and library knowledge judiciously without losing her gait or the reader’s attention.
If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance is an entertaining tale on par with the best storytellers in all the land of fiction.
Christmas isn't a holiday when David Randall's psychic friend Camden has harrowing flashbacks to a murder.
A Killer Read is delicious writing, divine storytelling with a delectable Southern atmosphere!
Growing up Rhys missed out on celebrating Halloween in England, but that doesn't stop this candy corn lover from celebrating.
Cleo Coyle spills the beans on breaking and entering, chocolate and chubby ballerinas. One word - nefarious!
Warner’s How to Party with a Killer Vampire is equivalent to eating piping hot s’mores.
Quickstep to Murder is a saucy welcome to the mystery genre and a fresh take on the sub-genre.