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Is Pumpkin a Fruit or a Vegetable?

Halloween in Atlantis (Warriors of Poseidon, #8.5)Halloween in Atlantis by Alyssa Day
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Short, sweet and really makes me want to reread the Atlantis series. I think my favorite part was Jaime trying to explain that Jack-o-Lanterns weren’t dangerous and needing to be destroyed. Liam was quite a bit embarrassed to find out he was trying to vanquish a fruit.

And who knew pumpkin was actually a fruit and not a vegetable? Not me!

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Alejandro’s Sorceress by Alyssa Day

Alejandro's SorceressAlejandro’s Sorceress by Alyssa Day
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

He’s a warrior, hardened by years of protecting his town from vampire attack. She’s a garden witch who sees the world in shades of sunshine and delight. Opposites don’t only attract, they go supernova in this sizzling tale of magic and mayhem.

REVIEW:

Okay, this book was fun. I mean really, basilisks in the garden?

Rose and her family are wonderful and Alejandro is the classic Latin lover. He is so, so serious about his job and Rose is comfortable with who she is and happy with her life. Of course, they fall in love.

I would love to read more in this series, but the author seems to have stopped after just this one book. Alejandro does show up in her new book, Dead Eye, which I highly recommend. Maybe there is hope for another.

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Dead Eye (Tiger’s Eye, #1) by Alyssa Day

Dead Eye (Tiger's Eye Mystery, #1)Dead Eye by Alyssa Day
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

For Jack Shepherd, tiger shape-shifter and former soldier, life is heading for a dead end. Dead End, Florida, to be exact. When he learns that he inherited a combination pawn shop/private investigation agency from his favorite uncle, Jack’s first job is to solve his uncle’s murder. Because sometimes it takes a tiger’s eye to see the truth.

 

REVIEW:

I loved it. Absolutely loved it. I had no idea it was a spinoff from her Warriors of Poseidon series, but that just made it even better.

We know (and love) Jack from the Poseidon series, but Tess was new to me. She is not a shifter, but she has her own paranormal ability, although in her case it is more of a curse. If she touches someone, she can see how they die. Obviously, that limits her human contact.

There are murders, both past and present. Black magic and human evil.

And Fluffy . . . a stuffed alligator.

The book has a solid ending, but there is plenty of room for additional books. I cannot wait.

I have not read Alyssa Day’s Cardinal Witches series, but I understand that one of the characters shows up in this book as well, giving us a link between three series. And on that note, I am going to download this new-to-me series and start reading.

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