Posts Tagged ‘2011’
Tweet Dinca’s Duckies Do Series review of The Kelley Legacy by Ferrarella, Cornelison, Barrett, Cassidy, Kennedy & Dees Romantic Suspense published by Harlequin Romantic Suspense The Kelley Legacy Series has a really good story arc with authors I have enjoyed in the past. But the series has the feel of having been rushed to print […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of Sworn To Protect by Kimberly Van Meter Romantic Suspense published by Harlequin Romantic Suspense 21 Jun 11 A romantic suspense set on an Indian reservation, this traumatic, heartwarming story will fill you with a wide range of emotions as you discover the true identity of the evil that awaits.
Tweet Here it is, my best read books in 2011. Some of these still stand out in my mind and were easy to decide on, and others I really had to think about. Out of so many books, it was hard to decide, so I picked the ones which are worthy of the keeper shelf.
Tweet This is the second year in a row I’ve not been able to decide which of two terrific books should be my No. 1. So I have a tie once again. Last year it was two fantasies that made the top spot. This year one of those authors has maintained her position, but she’s […]
Tweet It’s that time of year, faithful reader – and let me pause to say how much I appreciate you…even if no one else reads my silliness, I take comfort in the fact that the two of us do – time to list my favorite reads of 2011. These are books I read and that […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of 10 Ways to Steal Your Lover (Love by Numbers, Book 1) by Dee Tenorio Contemporary Erotic Romance short story published by Dee Tenorio 15 Dec 11 Well, I just have to read Dee Tenorio more often. That’s all there is to it. She intrigues me with her characters and storylines, […]
Tweet C2’s review of The Duke is Mine (Fairy Tales, Book 3) by Eloisa James Historical Romance published by Avon 27 Dec 11 In her newest release, Eloisa James tackles another well known fairytale. She has already given us her twist on Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast. This time around? The Princess and the […]
Tweet Fae magic and guilt. Malcolm MacDowylt has both in his life much more than he wants. One he can ignore until a later time, the other he has to face day in and day out. Especially when that magic tosses Danielle Dearmon right smack into the middle of his world, which is now tilting […]
Tweet I’ve been visiting blogs all over the place these past few weeks, preparing for the December 27 release of my latest book, Warrior’s Redemption. [Yes, please go look at it! Yes, please go buy it!!] And, because we’re in the holiday season, many people have asked me the same sort of question – “What’s […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Warrior’s Redemption, (The Warrior Series, Book 1) by Melissa Mayhue Paranormal Time Travel Romance published by Pocket Star 27 Dec 11 I really enjoy reading Melissa Mayhue’s Highlanders. They’re always honorable men, fair leaders, and, of course, wonderful heroes. On top of that, we usually get to time travel in […]
Tweet C2’s review of How the Marquess Was Won (Pennyroyal Green, Book 6) by Julie Anne Long Historical Romance published by Avon 27 Dec 11 In Julie Anne Long’s newest release, we return to Pennyroyal Green. This time around, the Redmonds and Everseas play a supportive role instead of being the focus. They still manage […]
Tweet C2’s review of Slow Ride (Fast Track, Book 5) by Erin McCarthy Contemporary Romance published by Berkley 4 Oct 11 In Erin McCarthy’s latest NASCAR book, Tuesday Jones (aka racing blogger Tuesday Talledega) gets her chance in the spotlight.
Tweet LynneC’s review of On The First Night Of Christmas by Heidi Rice Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 29 Nov 11 I don’t do many seasonal reads, just a few, and this offering looked like a fun one. It didn’t disappoint. In an England being blown into the sea by gale force winds, this […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of A Win-Win Proposition by Cat Schield Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Desire 4 Oct 11 This is a makeover/boss-secretary book, so be warned, it does have its problems. However, if you don’t take it too seriously, it’s a pleasant read, although some points made me a little uncomfortable.
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Any Given Christmas (Sugar Shack Series, Book 2) by Candis Terry Contemporary Romance published by Avon Impuse 6 Dec 11 I am having such a good time with these Sugar Shack books by Candis Terry. Her sense of humor is terrific. Her characters are charming and fun. The Sugar Shack […]