- Deja New
The constant asides distract, as do multiple choppy chapters, but Davidson’s trademark humor saves the day.
- Deja Who
Davidson (Danger, Sweetheart) spins a suspenseful and witty series launch about two investigators: one a PI and one a psychic.
- Me, Myself, and Why?
Davidson's odd chick lit thriller cozy, the first in a trilogy introducing Cadence Jones, a federal agent afflicted with MPD (multiple personality disorder), will either delight or horrify.
- Undead and Unforgiven
What was once fresh in Davidson’s groundbreaking urban fantasy series now reads as stale in this worn-out 14th installment (after Undead and Unwary), even though Davidson continues to stay current with pop culture references and maintains her deft hand at humor.
- Undead and Unsure
The 12th in Davidson’s Undead series (after Undead and Unstable) lives down to its wishy-washy title, crossing snarky pop-culture references with solemn religion.
- Danger, Sweetheart
Bestselling author Davidson (Undead and Unforgiven) mashes together romance tropes in hilarious fashion, poking good-natured fun at her genre while leaving the reader with a satisfying story.
- Undead and Uneasy
Wishes come true with unforeseen consequences in bestseller Davidson's anemic sixth Undead paranormal romance (after 2006's Undead and Unpopular).
- Undead and Done
Readers will celebrate the strong conclusion of Davidson's once-groundbreaking blend of humorous women's fiction and paranormal romance in its 12th volume (after Undead and Unforgiven).
- Undead and Unappreciated
Davidson's Undead series has gained a loyal group of fans who will be eager for all the dish from the queen herself.
Bestseller MaryJanice Davidson follows another werewolf, this one in the market for a house—which turns out to be haunted by a sarcastic ghost—in an enjoyable but underdeveloped episode.
- Faeries Gone Wild
Davidson pairs a tiny magical census taker with a half-mortal giant in the choppy, crowded â€œTall, Dark and Not So Faery,â€ while Greiman's banal â€œPixie Lustâ€ sets up naïve California pixie Avalina and real estate developer Will Timber, whose characterization is as woo
- Mysteria Lane
In “Disdaining Trouble,” Davidson introduces the devilish Desdaine triplets, whose encounter with a wishing well has too many repercussions to quite fit into the short format.
- Over the Moon
In "Driftwood," Davidson cleverly merges her Wyndham Werewolf and Undead series when a lone wolf stumbles upon a vampire in a deep ditch at the beach.
- First Grave on the Right
Fast-talking Charley's wicked exuberance and lust for life will appeal to fans of MaryJanice Davidson and Janet Evanovich and maybe fill a hole for those mourning the recently canceled Ghost Whisperer.
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