Fifth Grave Past the Light (Charley Davidson, #5)
Publisher: Hachette Digital
Pages no: 352
While this series is one of my must read series, the latest installment fell short. Charley kept getting on my nerves because the humor felt forced. It was like Charley was trying too hard to be quirky and funny, but just fell flat.I also felt no connection to Reyes. He was just there. I didn't like...
5 stars ~ favouriteAwesome as ever!Charley is funny as always. I love her to the fullest. That wicked sense of humour of hers always have me cracking all the time. The best ever is she have had that moment with Reyes, like for real. FINALLY. Many times too and they're hot. I enjoyed the mysteries as...
Throughout Fifth Grave Past the Light, Charley has her hands full. She's on the brink of solving an arson case and her prime suspect, Reyes - the sultry son of Satan, just moved in next door. Add to the mix, an apartment full - floor to ceiling - of recently deceased blondes; an adorable, stutteri...
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