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Review of The Graveside Bar and Grill

The Graveside Bar and Grill is a quick read with all the danger, romance and humor we expect from a Charley Davidson story.  It can be enjoyed as a standalone, but if you have read the series, you will appreciate it even more. It revolves around Donovan and Sia, with support roles going to Charley, Reyes and their daughter Elwyn, formally known as Beep, but now also known as Teacup.  Teacup is sweet.  Donovan is sweeter.  Sia is not quite human, trying to survive in the human dimension.  Prior to events of this story, Donovan and Sia have an un-discussed thing for each other.

Donovan St. James is one of my favorite characters from the original Charley Davidson series.  As I recall, Donovan had a thing for Charley, and maybe she did for him. While it didn’t work out, Donovan continued to play a strong supportive character.  It is so great to see him find love!  Plus, this story includes Artemis who was originally Donovan’s dog.  Until she died and became Charley’s favorite spirit dog. So happy to see Artemis again!

This story is part of the many stories includes in the 1,001 Dark Nights collection of tales by a multitude of authors telling sexy, romantic stories.

The Graveside Bar and Grill is the first Charley Davidson story I have read since the original #13 series ender.  This is actually the third novella in the series, so I have some catching up to do.  Soon!

I received a copy of this book from Social Butterfly PR, 1,001 Dark Nights and Darynda Jones.  My review is my honest opinion.


About The Graveside Bar and Grill by Darynda Jones

When Donovan St. James’ precocious charge asks him—no questions asked—to tail the doctor who keeps their ragtag team patched up, he wants to refuse. Not because the saucy teen is getting too big for her britches, ordering him around like a mob boss, but because the woman stirs feelings in him he would rather not explore. However, when evil threatens the doc’s life, he realizes he has no choice. Sia saved his life once. He will try to return the favor. He just prays he can do it without losing his heart.

Running from the supernatural entity that has destroyed entire worlds to have her, Sia thought she’d found a haven on Earth with a motley team of warriors protecting the girl destined to save humanity. But when Sia’s found, she realizes something on this plane is more scrumptious than her: that very teen. So, she runs—and Donovan St. James follows. Nothing is more alluring than a scruffy biker with a lacerating gaze. And she vows to tell him that… if they survive.



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