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Lectus: Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
This book is too obvious!       Cliché #1) Echo and Noah dislike each other. Echo thinks Noah is a jerk and Noah thinks Echo is frivolous and cold. 1+1 = 2.   …
reviewed Jordan's Return. November 28, 2011
Jordan's Return
A month long vacation with her kids on the Virginia coast offers more than just relaxing for single-mom Jordan Manning. On a chance run through town, she runs in to the first man who ever broke her heart, …
reviewed IMMORTAL RIDER. November 15, 2011
IMMORTAL RIDER
Being a human in love with an immortal can take a wicked toll on your body.  In the case of Arik Wagner one stolen kiss from Satan’s potential bride Limos has sent him literally to the torture …
reviewed The Gilded Shroud. August 30, 2011
The Gilded Shroud
   The Gilded Shroud is a historical romance set in 1789 in England. There is a puzzle-mystery to solve that brings the romantic pair together, but the story reads primarily like a "clean" …
reviewed Nothing Personal. July 09, 2011
Nothing Personal
I didn't expect much from a book that cost me $0.99 at Borders; it was on the clearance rack. I was correct in my skepticism. Nothing Personal contained a rather tepid romance with multiple …
Lost in the Spell a book
I loved the first book of this series and have been waiting patiently for Mr. Henry to pen the first of two promised sequels. It has been about two and half years and when last seen, Chad Henson was transported …
posted a Quick Tip about Lost in the Spell (Charles Henry book). March 10, 2011
Lost in the Spell a book
I have been waiting over 2 years for this sequel to Will I Ever Know. The author sent me a personalized copy and I love it so far! I hope that this book can get the circulation it deserves. Well worth …
posted a Quick Tip about Russian Winter: A Novel. January 18, 2011
Russian Winter: A Novel
A wonderful,layered story. Interesting characters I really cared about. I loved the history revealed in the story.
reviewed Exit - A Novel. December 16, 2010
Exit - A Novel
Author Liliana Badd has drawn on some powerful feelings about death, dying and the importance of living in her novel EXIT. I took this journey with Ondine, wanting to know who she was, how she dealt with …
reviewed Fool's Masquerade. December 09, 2010
Fool's Masquerade
It had been a while since I read a short historical romance, so I decided to look through the large stack of books my mother gave me. I picked one at random and was pleasantly surprised by the premise. …
reviewed Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Co.... November 29, 2010
Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence
Lovers love, and whatever distance or mystery is tossed between them, they still will love. In "Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence" by Nick Bantock, we begin an intimate journey …
reviewed A Caress of Twilight. October 03, 2010
A Caress of Twilight
This is book number two of the Meredith Gentry series, after having read book number one i was intrigued....and really ready to know what happens next. Will she get pregnant and take the throne of the …
reviewed A Caress of Twilight. September 27, 2010
A Caress of Twilight
This is book number two of the Meredith Gentry series, after having read book number one i was intrigued....and really ready to know what happens next. Will she get pregnant and take the throne of the …
reviewed Russian Winter: A Novel. September 21, 2010
Russian Winter: A Novel
In "Russian Winter," Daphne Kalotay unshackles the impenetrable Iron Curtain of the Cold War Soviet Union with a glimpse at the furtive lives and resigned mindsets of some of its representative …
reviewed Deuces Are Wild. September 11, 2010
Deuces Are Wild
Into Music and its celebrity? Then you just might want to read Deuces Are Wild by Jan Bornstein. This book is the final in a trilogy, but stands alone to bring readers into the music world surrounding …
reviewed The Widower's Tale: A Novel. September 07, 2010
The Widower's Tale: A Novel
Widower's Tale is a lovely story, which is at once both simple and complicated. One of its (many) virtues is that it is rich in observations of that quirky animal, the human, but not at a distance -it …
reviewed The Rebellion of Jane Clarke: A Novel. September 01, 2010
The Rebellion of Jane Clarke: A Novel
Gunning captures the rebellious and chaotic days prior to the Boston Massacre and the American Revolution, Boston seething with political activism against British occupation, the battle lines between …
The Blind Contessa's New Machine: A Novel
This was a fun little romantic story. It was well written, easy to get through and entertaining.  There were times that it dragged a little. It is not a face paced, action packed story but it …
reviewed 32 Candles: A Novel. August 10, 2010
32 Candles: A Novel
For Davidia "Monkey Night" Jones, her life would be perfect if she could just get a Molly Ringwald ending to her fixation on high school heartthrob James Farrell...just as her heroine did in Sixteen Candles. …
reviewed Three Nights with a Scoundrel. August 08, 2010
Three Nights with a Scoundrel
Three Nights with a Scoundrel is the last of the Stud Club Trilogy. The book sees to the end of the mysterious death of founder Leo, who's sister, Lily finds love in this book with friend Julian. Throughout …
reviewed And One Last Thing .... July 29, 2010
And One Last Thing ...
Husbands who lie and cheat. How should a woman retaliate? For Lacey, this is achieved by sending out a blast email tell all about her husband and his crimes against her heart.    She …
reviewed And One Last Thing .... July 29, 2010
And One Last Thing ...
In Molly Harpers, And One Last Thing, we meet Lacey Terwilliger who has just found out that her husband is cheating on her with his secretary.. the nerve! Like any woman scorned, she is blinded by the …
reviewed And One Last Thing .... July 25, 2010
And One Last Thing ...
With the recent Chick Lit and Women's Fiction I've been reading there has been this great balance between the humor and silliness and the heartfelt and real emotions and the book And One Last Thing... …
Beyond the Highland Mist (Highlander, Book 1)
Pros: Mmmmm...sexay.     Cons: Sometimes the heroine acts contrary to what you'd expect     The Bottom Line: Aside from my internal editor getting kind of petulant, …
reviewed To Tame a Highland Warrior. July 19, 2010
To Tame a Highland Warrior
Pros: The Berserker legend, the tension is palpable, some twists and turns     Cons: Grimm's astounding ignorance, Jillian's continued desire for him despite his meanness     …
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