I don’t believe I’ve missed a book by Ms. Scott. As my tastes have moved away from historical romance and some of the authors I once read have dropped away, Ms. Scott still remains on my list of authors I enjoy reading. Against a backdrop of warring highland clans and alliances made and broken, she brings us a tender romance between a highland man and a lowland lass. read more…
I’m not sure what brought this book to my attention. I have a feeling I saw it mentioned in a tweet. Although I have a couple other books by this author, I haven’t read them yet but decided to give this one a try.
Warning though, this is very tough subject matter so it may not be for everyone and it may be a trigger for some.
Annabeth Albert’s military romance series has enchanted and delighted me even more than did the Gaymers series from which it was spun off. Having been introduced to the various members of the community living around the base in the first two books, this time we get to visit a pair who featured prominently in the second book, though always as slightly angsty friends rather than as a couple.
I expected to enjoy this book when I requested it from NetGalley. What I did not expect was to be half the night in the middle of my work week reading the book from cover to cover. The two women who span centuries could not be more different and yet each one fascinated me in her own unique way.
I enjoyed the detailed background and research almost as much I enjoyed the story itself. Like many of you out there, I thought China dominated the silk industry, only to learn all about Italy and England and the mark they left on silk-weaving techniques and designs. read more…
Dinca’s review of The Secret of Cherokee Cove (Bitterwood PD, Book 5) by Paula Graves
Romantic Suspense published by Harlequin Intrigue 1 Mar 14
Short and sweet romantic suspense. U.S. Marshal Dana Massey from Atlanta is visiting her brother in Bitterwood. Dana finds out some information about her mother’s life before she moved away and married Dana’s father. The mystery is all about the gossip revolving around her mother’s life. When her mother returns to Bitterwood twenty years later, she and her husband die in a tragic car accident.
This story starts with an unknown young woman who takes an Uber rider with a killer. Being that Uber is a popular way to go place to place these days, the story starts out resonating on a personal note, because I’m a frequent Uber rider. This, of course, is just the beginning of a spine-chilling thrills-and-chills ride that will keep you guessing all the way to the end. I couldn’t put it down. For me this is the best book yet in this series by the dynamic mother and son duo. read more…
I have read a few of Tiffany Reisz’ erotic novellas, but she writes what I would consider heavy BSDM and I have never been able to get into her longer works. This new stand-alone novella is more erotica than erotic romance and it’s also straight up bananas. I won’t lie, I picked it up for review after seeing multiple readers commenting on Twitter that the sex scenes were off the charts crazy. It’s like waving a red flag in front of a bull. I cannot resist. I have to know what I am missing. read more…
Rather than keep everyone in suspense, I’m going to say right off the bat that I liked this book. I really liked it a lot. I liked it so much I had a hard time putting it down, and when I did read the last page, I ordered the next book in the series.
I’ve been in sort of a reading slump lately – everything I pick up to read just falls flat and I’m quickly searching for something else. So when I came across this Jill Shalvis book, I settled in because I knew her story would finally work for me and hopefully get me back on track.
I have been reading Ms. Clare’s books from the very beginning, back to 2003 when Sweet Release was first published, and I have every book she’s written since then. I try my very best to be objective when doing a review, but when it comes to Pamela Clare, I can’t be. So read this review knowing a lot of personal feelings are involved. I’ve met her and call her a friend and she is one of the best people I’ve ever met. So this is influenced with a great deal of fondness for Pamela colouring it.