Halloween is this week. Now that it is really Fall, the year seems to be winding down at breakneck speed. I always review something horror-ish or horror-lite or horror-adjacent for Halloween, and this year will be no exception. I’m down to two choices, and still don’t know which one will be my final pick. Thankfully most horror is short.
There’s probably something in the way that this week’s reviews line up as romance, romance, romance, scary stuff, giveaway. I get to load up on HEA before I scare myself half to death, and then give something away while I recuperate. That’s the plan, anyway.
I don’t much care for horror, as should be fairly obvious by this point. When I was 7, my parents took me to the drive in to see some children’s movie – which was totally unmemorable. I was supposed to fall asleep sometime during that first feature so that my parents could watch the second and third features in relative peace. I woke up in the middle of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, and was awake for the entire rest of the night. I remember the third feature extremely well (it was The Sons of Katie Elder with John Wayne and Dean Martin) because I tried not to close my eyes again for several DAYS – not necessarily successfully. I learned to only close one eye when I yawned so I didn’t have to see the awful pictures in my head again.
B+ Review: Nothing to Fear by Juno Rushdan
A- Review: The Painted Castle by Kristy Cambron
B+ Review: Meant to Be Yours by Susan Mallery
C Guest Review by Amy: Clone Hunter by Victor Methos
B Review: Centurion by Anna Hackett
Stacking the Shelves (363)
Coming This Week:
Lady Abigail’s Perfect Match by Sophie Barnes (blog tour review)
Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory (review)
This Earl of Mine by Kate Bateman (blog tour review)
Halloween 2019 (either Those Who Came Before by J.H. Moncrieff or The Girl in Red by Christina Henry)
Lucky Leaf Giveaway Hop