Abby Cooper, Psychic Eye by Victoria Laurie
A blind date with a
cute cop leads to Abby's help
on his next murder case.
Mystery .... 295 pages .... 4.5/5 stars.
(This is a fun one! I really liked both Abby and Det. Dutch Rivers.)
A Wagon Train Weekend by Stephenia H. McGee
Can a trip back in time
save Seth and Collette's relationship?
They're about to find out.
Romance ....214 pages .... 4/5 stars.
(A sweet, lighthearted, just-for-fun romance set both in the present and in 1857. Thanks, Ashley, for recommending it!)
Devoted by Dean Koontz
A boy who can't speak.
A dog who can hear his thoughts.
Evil that must be stopped.
Suspense .... 369 pages .... 3/5 stars.
(Koontz's Watchers, which is also about a really smart dog, is a much better book.)
To Win Her Heart by Karen Witemeyer
Books brought them together,
but secrets from Levi's past
just might tear them apart.
Romance .... 347 pages .... 5/5 stars.
(A librarian and a blacksmith falling in love...you were right, Cindy, this was a good one!)
A Wagon Train Weekend really appeals 😀ReplyDelete
It's a sweet and fun little romance. And certain scenes when they're stuck in the past really made me laugh.Delete
Great haikus, as always. I absolutely love them.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Marianne! :)Delete
I'm so glad you enjoyed A Wagon Train Weekend! It's such a fun one! :DReplyDelete
It was a fun one. Have you read any other books in McGee's Back Inn Time series?Delete
That first one sounds really cute. :)ReplyDelete
It was so fun! I can't wait to read more books in the series. I like that whole psychic thing in mysteries. :)Delete
I was just thinking that I have read any Haiku reviews from Lark for a while and then this post popped up.ReplyDelete
:D It was definitely time for one.Delete
Abby Cooper just looks like so much fun!ReplyDelete
It is! I think you'd really like it. :)Delete
I love Watchers so much. I can't get into Koontz's newer books.ReplyDelete
If his new books are all like Devoted I can see why. His older books had such depth and character development. I was a little disappointed by this more recent book.Delete
Always enjoy the haikus. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you! :)Delete
I love these, Lark! It's been a very long time since I've read anything from Dean Koontz.ReplyDelete
Me, too! I used to read his books all the time, but I haven't read any for years now.Delete
You are so clever, Lark! The 'psychic eye' book sounds fun. It has been forever since I read a book by Dean Koontz. One upon a time, I used to read them all. ;-)ReplyDelete
I used to read Koontz's books all the time, too, but I haven't read him in a long time. And Abby Cooper: Psychic Eye was a very fun book. :DDelete
I haven't read a Koontz novel in ages!ReplyDelete
I hadn't either! I used to read him all the time, but then I stopped for awhile, so I haven't read any of his most recent books.Delete
Love the haiku reviews as always! Abby Cooper sounds like the one for me.ReplyDelete
Thank you! And the Abby Cooper series is a fun one. I can't wait to read the next books in the series. :)Delete
I haven't read any of these, but your haiku's seem to do a great job of summarizing them. Amazing!ReplyDelete
Thank you. They're fun to write. :DDelete
I haven't read any of these, but I must commend you on the haikus. Challenging way to write your reviews.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I have fun writing them. And thanks for commenting. :DDelete
That was fun. I always like it when you do these.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Mary! I have fun figuring them out. :)Delete
I enjoy Karen Witemeyer's books! To Win Her Heart was my intro book to her work.ReplyDelete
I think Short Straw Bride was the first book by Witemeyer that I read; it's a fun one, too. :)Delete
How very cute - haiku reviews!ReplyDelete
Thanks! They're fun to write. :)Delete
Abby Cooper sounds cute. I'll check that one out.ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed it and can't wait to read more in the series.Delete
I love these reviews!!ReplyDelete
Thank you! :DDelete
Is there a Dean Koontz book you'd recommend? I see his books around & have wondered about them but never actually read any yet. Carol @journeydestinationReplyDelete
So three of my favorite Koontz books are: Watchers, Lightning, and Twilight Eyes. Lightning has a time travel twist in it which was fun, and Watchers has a great (and smart!) dog named Einstein in it. I'd say check out one of those. :)Delete
I haven't read a Dean Koontz book for a long time! I really miss his older books, though. His recent releases are quite different from them, I'd say.ReplyDelete
I agree with you, not that I've read many of his new releases, but I think I prefer his older books. :)Delete