Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Audio CD

Published April 1st 2010 by Random House Audiobooks (first published 2010)

I descided on a rainy day I would sit down and listen to James Paterson's 9th Judgement and I was down for the day.  I enjoyed this so much that I had to listen to the entire book from beginning to end.  Carolyn McCormick reads the novel and she reads it with so much feeling.  This is the first time I have actually sat down and listened to a book on cd and I had always wanted to read a James Patterson novel for quite sometime now and I am so glad I fineally did.  I normally wouldn't have chosen a mystery novel but I have heard so much about James Patterson I had to know how he writes.

The main characters are Lindsey Boxer who is a detective and her partner is Rich.  The story takes place in San Francisco and is about several murders.  Lindsey and her partner are after the man who is called the lipstick killer.  They are also after a cat burglar they call Hello Kitty.  There is plenty of excitement and it kept me wanting to here more and more until I had listened to the whole thing.  This James Patterson cd is great and I enjoyed it and would recommend it to everyone who loves a good mystery.


Compact Disc

Published April 13th 2010 by Hachette Audio (first published 2010)

*************POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT***********

Brad Rains is the main character, he is the investigator int he murders.  This story takes place in Denver Colorado.  The killer is knowN for picking beautiful woman to murder and hang on the wall.  The investigators gave the killer the name of the Bride collector because they were wearing vails when they were found.  Rains was drawn to a private mentally ill home to talk to their residents.  One of the residents was named Paradis and Brad somehow felt drawn to her.  Paradise is Bi-Polar and she sees dead people.  Paradise has visions and Brad knows that she is seeing something and works to get her to talk and trust him.  I really liked this story and I felt like I was right there in the investigation.  It was a little unnerving at times and I liked that.  The book was read by John Glover and he does a wonderful job of reading and making the listener feel like they are really there in the investigation.


"Ecstasy Unveiled"

Published January 26th 2010 by Forever (first published January 14th 2010)

Mass Market Paperback, 400 pages

I won this book on DK's Everything Romance Books . 

This novel is an unusual love story between two characters Lore and Idess.  Lore was born of a human and a demon.  Lore has a twin sister named Sin.  Lore is trying to free his sister Sin from being owned.  He must kill Kynan Morgan to set her free.  He has a power in his right hand that will kill instantly at his touch.  Idess is an Earthbound angel until she completes her duties, then she gets her wings.  She was assigned to Kynan to protect him from harm. There is crosses between werewolves and vampires, werewolves and angels that drink blood and & demons and so on.  This is a different type of novel than I normally would have read.  It was my first paranormal book like this and I did enjoy reading it mostly because it is pretty different than the romance stories I normally choose.  It was a good change of pace and I really liked it.

Thursday, August 19, 2010


Published:  August 2nd 2010 by Forever
Details:  Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Series:  A-Tac #3
isbn:  0446542024 (isbn13: 9780446542029)


Tyler and Owen are the main characters in this book. Tyler works for A-Tac and she is transporting a detonator.  The detonator was hi-jacked and the 2 men that were with the detonator were killed and Tyler was knocked out.  Tyler and Owen are working together trying to locate the detonator and they knew that there was a mole in the A-Tac team that they had to find out who it was.  This is the 3rd book in the A-Tac Series and the 2nd book that I have read by Dee Davis.  This book can be read by itself or with the series.  I found that this book was pretty good but I did like Dangerous Desires much better. It took me a little while to get into this story but after reading for a couple chapters it caught my attention pretty good.  The book is well written and has good details with the characters and I will be reading more of her books.


1. Dee Davis has been an anglophile for as long as she can remember. And has a particular soft spot for an English accent, especially when accompanied by dark hair and piercing blue eyes. Enter Cornish hero Owen Wakefield from MI-5.

2. Although Dee has never even seen a bomb, she’s always been fascinated with man’s propensity to blow himself up and admires those who work to stop it. Enter our heroine, munitions expert, Tyler Hanson.

3. Dee’s grandfather suffered from Alzheimer’s and watching his deterioration was both difficult and painful. That struggle is reflected in Tyler’s efforts to cope with her father’s battle with the debilitating disease.

4. Some of the world’s greatest art can be found in religious buildings around the world. Enter the fictional St. Anne’s Chapel in lower Manhattan and the equally fictional statue Divine Christ inside the church.

5. Computer expert Harrison Blake first sprang out of Dee’s mind in the first Last Chance book, Endgame, and now by popular demand, he’s back and working with A-Tac. For more information about the worlds created by Dee Davis, check out http://www.deedavis.com/

I was given this book free by Forever-Hachette Book Group and Anna through Book Blogs to do this review. This review is of my own opinion.