I loved this book. Will be adding this to my list of favorites. This series progressively got better with each of the three stories. You can read the one stand-a-lone but you would miss the opportunity of getting to know all of the wonderful characters
“…you and I both know I could pull off Miranda Priestly just fine.” That just about sums up the character of Magdalene Nox. From the mouth of Magdalene Nox. Sam Threadneedle, is a do-good math teacher at Three Dragons, a private all girls school. She
I really enjoyed this follow up to ‘Jamis Bachman, Ghost Hunter.’ The sarcastic ex television star is pulled back into the creepy world of paranormal. What do they say about horror sequels? They have to be more frightening, more kills, more gore, etc.? Well that
Andie is a young woman who is neither here nor there. Doesn’t have any drive or asperations. She works in her family strip club and goes to clubs with her friends. Really, she has been playing best friend / side character to Ivy Harlowe’s life.
Carol is living out of her suitcase after graduating college. She had always thought she would head home after finishing school, but her parents are no longer around. So she is staying with extended family while she figures out what she wants to do with
Whitney is the author of a popular suspense series. Unfortunately, the last book fell flat because it was likely impacted by the divorce she went through with a well known actress. Now she is doing public speaking engagements and hoping to get her mojo back.
One of the better books I’ve read by Fiona Riley. Lauren is Trina’s best friend/co-worker from book 1, ‘Bet Against Me,’ in the ‘High Stakes Romance’ series. She is having a string of bad real-estate luck and finds herself blowing off some steam at the
Caitlin has recently divorced, found a new condo, and started a new job as a substitute teacher. She is totally fine with her single life sharing nights with her chubby kitty and free time with her frustrating best friend. Mallory is the prickly history teacher
Stories like these are successful because who hasn’t had that fantasy of what it would be like to date a famous movie star or musician? This one was unique in that Vanessa held her own as an individual. I think I probably liked her more
This was an OK end to this series. I think I expected more, but when I ask myself what else, I don’t really have an answer. I related to book one the most because of the death of Joey’s father. And I think Madison was