The Captain’s Log – the first half of the Spellbound Series series (Annette Marie) – It’s Wryd & Wonder Month!

Ahoy there me mateys!  The crew knows that I don't read much urban fantasy.  This one caught me eye because of the silly titles.  I binged the first four books of the eight book series: three mages and a margarita dark arts and a daiquiri two witches and a whiskey demon magic and a martini … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the first half of the Spellbound Series series (Annette Marie) – It’s Wryd & Wonder Month!

The Captain’s Log – cursed luck duology (Kelley Armstrong) – A Series Finished!

Ahoy there me mateys!  I love Kelley Armstrong!  I discovered her through her young adult book, sea of shadows, and she became me most read author of 2016.  I have not read all her stuff because not all of it appeals to me.  This sounded interesting but it be urban fantasy which I don't usually … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – cursed luck duology (Kelley Armstrong) – A Series Finished!

Here Be Dragons – the keeley & associates series (Layla Lawlor) – an urban fantasy series I enjoyed!

Ahoy there me mateys!  I binged this series.  The four books are pretty short (80 to 172 pages).  The main character is detective James Keeley who doesn't have a lot of money but does have a magical gun. dragon & detective - In book one (the shortest) Keely is hired by a dragon to solve … Continue reading Here Be Dragons – the keeley & associates series (Layla Lawlor) – an urban fantasy series I enjoyed!

The Captain’s Log – the cat of amontillado (S.M. Reine) – I think me UF kick is over . . .

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet recently I loved the DFZ and The Lazy Girl's Guide to Magic series.  So when Melanie … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the cat of amontillado (S.M. Reine) – I think me UF kick is over . . .

The Captain’s Log – star, spirit, and sparkle witch (Helen Harper) – I binged and finished another urban fantasy series!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet recently I loved the DFZ series. Then when I was perusing me Goodreads' ports for plunder … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – star, spirit, and sparkle witch (Helen Harper) – I binged and finished another urban fantasy series!

The Captain’s Log – slouch witch (Helen Harper) – LOVED this!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet recently I loved the DFZ urban fantasy series.  Then when I was perusing me Goodreads' ports … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – slouch witch (Helen Harper) – LOVED this!

The Captain’s Log – night shift dragons (Rachel Aaron) – I finished an urban fantasy series!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet I loved the first two books in this urban fantasy series.  I was super excited to … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – night shift dragons (Rachel Aaron) – I finished an urban fantasy series!

The Captain’s Log – minimum wage magic & part-time gods (Rachel Aaron) – urban fantasy that I actually loved!

Ahoy there me mateys!  Those who have been aboard for a while know that urban fantasy and I are not usually friends.  In fact we tend to be enemies.  I can't explain why.  It's just a truth.  And yet this here be a combined review of the first two books in this urban fantasy series.  … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – minimum wage magic & part-time gods (Rachel Aaron) – urban fantasy that I actually loved!

The Captain’s Log – the brotherhood of the wheel (R.S. Belcher)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I heard about this book from Tammy @ booksbonesandbuffy and was very intrigued despite that fact that urban fantasy is not usually me thing.  But this book deals with truckers, bikers, and other drivers who help protect the haunted U.S. Interstate Highway System.  So cool. I had previously tried to read … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the brotherhood of the wheel (R.S. Belcher)