Posts By: Highland Hussy

Mar 28
After the Dark by Cynthia Eden

After the Dark by Cynthia Eden

This is book 1 in the Killer Instinct series, and it follows the prequel The Gathering Dusk. If you’ve been keeping track, Abduction fits in between the two books, but can be read as a stand-alone. In the prequel, we’re introduced to Samantha Dark and her partner Blake, and while we… Read more »

 
Mar 21
The Awakening by Amanda Stevens

The Awakening by Amanda Stevens

Holy cannoli you guys the new Graveyard Queen is here! I love this series, and it’s so creepy, and good, and interesting! In this book, we’re taken back to Amelia Gray’s Charleston, and so many secrets are coming to light. (speaking of light, read this one with the lights on!… Read more »

 
Mar 16
Free: The Gathering Dusk by Cynthia Eden

Free: The Gathering Dusk by Cynthia Eden

Hey guys! The Gathering Dusk, which is the prequel to the Killer Instinct series that I’ve been raving about, is free at the moment! My review of it is here. While the main mystery of the book is solved, something new is brewing. Partners Samantha Dark and Blake Gamble have… Read more »

 
Feb 26
The Gathering Dusk by Cynthia Eden

The Gathering Dusk by Cynthia Eden

In my review for Abduction I mentioned that I wasn’t sure where it fit in the Killer Instinct series. I think that it must be in between this prequel and book 1 After the Dark. *This prequel is included in the book After the Dark-I’d buy that and get both stories…. Read more »

 
Feb 24
Grave Phantoms by Jenn Bennett

Grave Phantoms by Jenn Bennett

In this third (and last) installment of the Roaring Twenties series, we see Astrid, the youngest Magnusson sibling grow up a bit. She’s been in love with Bo Yeung since she was 14, but hasn’t been able to do anything about it. This is San Francisco in the ’20s after… Read more »

 
Feb 21
Abduction by Cynthia Eden

Abduction by Cynthia Eden

Quick Note: This is listed as book 1, but there’s a prequel called The Gathering Dusk, and there seem to be more books in this series, both from Harlequin, and self-published, so I’m not entirely sure of the order. I mention that because the prequel and the second? third? book… Read more »