Wednesday, September 28, 2016


Patrol Log:  2509282016

Rated it

 Professional psychics learn to deal with skeptics, but Abby has to prepare herself for one steep uphill battle when she’s sent to San Diego to help train FBI officers to use their intuition. Her first challenge: a series of bank robberies in which the thieves made off with loads of cash but left no clues. 

In the 14th installment of the Psychic Eye Mysteries, Abby Cooper is sent to the FBI's field office in L.A. to show the west coast how shit is done! Despite her reservations about going, Abby felt like her hand was forced with an unspoken threat towards her husband Dutch and his career. The head honcho in L.A. was very specific about Abby's visit there, and above all else, Candace her BFF was NOT ALLOWED to accompany her. I wonder why? Lol!

So apparently Abby pissed off the wrong person with her awesomeness and this trip was a test. Politics really suck. Abby just knew that she was going in yet another hostile environment and was going to have to prove herself to these idiots. She really hates that and she should. I mean, she's a well established psychic, and has powerful people in her pocket for reference! So once there, Abby was lead to help in a series of bank robberies, which unbeknownst to everyone, would also lead to her trying to solve a whodunit murder before it even happens! What could possibly go wrong? If you seriously don't know the answer to that question, then you haven't read any of the books in this series!

The very person forbade to go, there. Wow, not shocked at all! The new agents that Abby are introduced to are pretty frumpy. Damn, give a girl a break! The very first agent she is introduced to, which is the only female on the team, is the only one I ended up liking. The feeling this team gave me was disconnected. I never felt like Abby bonded with them, like she had with Bryce and his team. Despite the lack of comradery, the story was pretty damn good. The detail into how they come about the clues, and slowly figure things out is really cool, and very genius. The only sore spot in the story for me was what Candace had done to help catch the future killer. I would have to agree with Abby on this one, I felt very uncomfortable with it. I hope this is not a path she continues down, because that would really sour me on further reading. All in all, I really enjoyed this adventure!

Narrator Review

Elizabeth Michaels blesses us with her talent during this fine audio reading. She has been the voice for Abby from the very beginning starting with, Abby Cooper Psychic Eye, Book 1. I find Elizabeth's tone perfect for Abby, however the fact that we are into book 14 and she still pauses during the reading in the wrong spots troubles me. Like she's not rehearsed first, and didn't know the sentence she was reading continued. She stops short a lot is what I'm trying to say. Her doing that takes me out of the story sometimes, and can be unnerving as well. Don't get me wrong, I do like her as a narrator, but maybe a little more practice before recording will do her some justice on this matter. I rate Elizabeth with 3 Fangs. 

A Grave Prediction (A Psychic Eye Mystery, #14)

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Monday, September 26, 2016


Patrol Log:  2309262016

By +Sarah Noffke  & Narrated by Tim Campbell

**Audiobook provided by the author for an honest review**

Rated it

 In this third and final installment, the monster in Ren will have to do the unspeakable. He will have to evolve. Nothing in his life can be approached employing any of the strategies he’s used before. The evolution of Ren might be his undoing, but it might also be the one thing that brings him real happiness. 

Ren's new found daughter Adelaide is with child, HOLY SHIT! Still working on how his daughter will fit into his life, Ren is blindly bitch slapped with the news that his accident is having an accident. Good Lord help us all!

Ren and Dahlia had just gotten back together when Adelaide showed up to throw a monkey in the mix. Having a mini me wasn't working for Ren at all, but she grew on him, like an unwanted goiter. Just as the happy father/daughter duo started relaxing into their new relationship, Ren finds out from Trent that she is pregnant. All the while, Ren is still hunting down the notorious Vivian, this weeks villain. I have to say, just when I thought Ren was beat, by both his daughter and Vivian, he goes and has hindsight! The plot twist was fucking brilliant, and I loved every minute of it! The drama Adelaide served with her newborn was very intense, and unpredictable. I really appreciated how the story stayed true to the real world in regards to Adelaide's postpartum depression. Adelaide felt abandoned by Ren and her mother, so it is natural that she not have any maternal instincts for her own child, or even know how to raise him on her own. The entire family dynamic is really screwed up, but their hearts for one another are there, just buried under a lot of negative memories.

In the end, I was brought to tears, whether sad or happy I will not say. You will have to find out how their story ends for yourself. I highly recommend the Ren series because it has been the most insightful and real book to date...for a fictional story that is, and he says a lot of bad words, which is right up my alley!

Narrator Review

Tim Campbell returns to narrate for Sarah Noffke, yay! We almost lost him back on book 2 production, but with the help of her fans and friends, we were able to beat Tim into submission. Tim performs on a 5 Fang quality level with every performance! His hard edged brilliant tone for Ren is spot on, and he is just such a great story teller. I love Tim's British accent, (I have no idea if he's British) and I could listen to him all day! Great job Tim!

Ren: The Monster Inside the Monster

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Saturday, September 24, 2016


Patrol Log:  2309242016

Paranormaly Yours On Vacation!

Welcome to my first family vacation since 2012, when we hit the highway and went to South Dakota to see the awesomeness of Mount Rushmore!  This family fun time was well over due, and we had a blast!  During my time off I did a total disconnect of social media.  It wasn't as hard as I thought it would be, but not to say I didn't miss my online community in the least.

The spousal unit and I were able to cross off two locations from our bucket list!  The destinations may be a joke or trivial to some, but they are important to us, and that's all that matters.  So without further ado, here is our vacation in a timeline series of photos, enjoy!

Book Tee #1, thanks T.R. Ragan!

First stop Point Pleasant, WV

My two mini-me's 

The Ohio River, and that's the Silver Bridge Recreation!

The Battle of Point Pleasant Mural

The Mothman Museum, Bucket List destination #1

That's me!

I left my calling card in WV :)

Yup, brought my yarn and making a hat!

Book Tee #2, thanks Connie Suttle!

Next stop Cleveland, OH!

Book Tee #3 Kim Harrison, had to represent Kim in Ohio baby!

A Christmas Story House, Bucket list destination #2

Impressive Gift Shop

Fun reenactments!

Ralph's bunny suit was a hit!

Across the street in the museum, "THE" Red Ryder BB Gun!

Randy is coming to the house soon!

Cool looking library in Van Wert, OH

Next stop Indiana

Book Tee #4 thanks to Connie Suttle

Clock Tower with Glockenspiel in Berne, IN

Locals of Berne, IN

Finished my hat while in Berne, IN

Book Tee #5 Thanks to Connie Suttle and homeward bound!

Beckley, WV, Tamarack Gift Shop/Rest Area

We drove through a total of 5 states in 5 days!  I am beat, but it was all totally worth the sore ass, lol!  I hope you enjoyed the timeline of photos, and I will include links to all the places we toured for you.  Each place meant something to my husband and I, and we are so thankful to have had the opportunity to visit them in person.  Thanks for stopping bye!


The River Museum, Point Pleasant, WV

The Mothman Museum, Point Pleasant, WV 

The Brumback Library, Van Wert, OH

The Clock Tower, Berne, IN

Tamarack, Beckley, WV

Wednesday, September 14, 2016


Patrol Log:  2209142016

Rated it

 Leila's years on the carnie circuit were certainly an education. What she didn't learn: how to be a vampire, or how to be married to the most famous vampire of them all. Adjusting to both has Leila teetering on a knife edge between passion and peril, and now the real danger is about to begin . . .

Vlad must battle with a centuries-old enemy whose reach stretches across continents and whose strength equals his own. It isn't like Vlad to feel fear, but he does . . . for Leila, because his enemy knows she is Vlad's greatest weakness. As friend and foe alike align against him—and his over protectiveness drives Leila away—Vlad's love for his new bride could be the very thing that dooms them both.

Vlad Tepesh is now married...ya. He married the awesome Leila Dalton, the chick with the cool electric touch thing, and now she's a vampire also. Double wow. So what does a power couple like that do in their spare time? Why they go undercover, using Lelia's psychometry on their enemies. Until Vlad's greatest nemesis comes back to finish what he started two books ago...dun dun dun!

So it's been a while since I listened to OnceBurned and Twice Tempted, but I do remember how intense Vlad and Leila's relationship was, or is. The theme that I've started noticing with vampire relationships like this, ones where the male is the one that turns his mate, and he's been a vampire for a millennia, blah blah blah... and we have a dangerous enemy after us is this; the chick becomes extremely whinny and needy. It gets really annoying, real fast. Yes, the relationship is new in comparison to how old Vlad has lived, HOWEVER if she can believe, accept, and integrate herself into his world, then this means she not only understands what the fuck is up, but she also has accepted the situation for what it is and accepted Vlad in all his old fashioned ways and glory as well. With that being said, I rather enjoyed the story line, but did not care for Leila's foot stomping toddler tantrums about how Vlad wouldn't allow her to help and just wanted to sock her away and protect her, or her annoying ass sister and ungrateful father. The plot I should have seen coming, and it's simplicity, gave the ending a rather anticlimactic feeling that left me unsatisfied.

I really do love this author, and her Night Huntress series, so I don't take saying these words lightly but Bound by Flames was just “ok” for me. I was really disappointed, but I will continue this journey and grab the next new book Into The Fire when it is released in hopes of some redemption for this series.

Narrator Review
Tavia Gilbert has been narrating this series as well as the Night Huntress series for Frost from the beginning. I love Tavia's acting of the books. She does such a great job and really gets into character! You will never be disappointed in the quality of a book or entertainment value if Gilbert is the narrator!  ~Narrator Rating 5 Fangs

Bound by Flames (Night Prince, #3)

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016


Patrol Log:  2109132016


 Driven by hatred and revenge, three worlds collide ... but only one will be able to withstand the deadly war. 
The craving for vengeance and an act of forbidden love has led to a fight between Athena and The Hunters. Now that they have crowned the power-hungry, malicious Asher Blaine as their new leader, they are a force to be reckoned with. But Asher also has his own revenge to carry out ... against the vampires. 
The same vampires who, after growing tired of their kind being slaughtered, are also desperate to put an end to the most feared huntress of them all. 
Fighting a dangerous battle that has been brewing for many years, Athena and her friends must find a way to rise up against their enemies, despite the various disadvantages they face, including a vision which plagues Violet's mind, foreseeing their demise. 
In the final installment of The Huntress Series, blood will spill, hearts will shatter, and chaos will reign.


Adria Wade has had a passion for writing since she was a kid. Her favorite part about writing is getting lost in the world she created. She is the author of The Forbidden, The Awakening, and Tamed. When not writing, she can be found reading, drinking a lot of coffee, and watching way too many eighties movies. She lives in Maryland, where she is busy writing her next novel.