Posts Tagged ‘2013’
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Werewolf in Alaska (Wild About You, Book 6) by Vicki Lewis Thompson Paranormal Romance published by Signet 6 Jul 13 This is one of those series that I’ve been having the best time with, but I get behind in keeping up with it as each new book is released. So I’m […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Shadow Stalkers Trilogy by Sylvia Day Erotic Romance published by Intermix 24 Sep 13 Sylvia Day is a on very short list of authors who can write a novella full of intense, erotic, and sexy lovemaking and not have me complain about it. Most erotic authors don’t work for me because […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Some Like It Wild (Wild Ones, Book 3) by M. Leighton Contemporary Erotic Romance published by Berkley 4 Mar 13 So far I’ve really enjoyed all of M. Leighton’s books that I’ve read over the past year. I especially enjoyed Trick, the hero of the first book in this series, The […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Falling for Frederick by Cheryl Bolen Romantic Suspense published by Montlake 8 Jan 13 This is a book I picked up, not intending to review it. But when I began reading the first few pages, just to get a feel for Cheryl Bolen’s writing because I’ve not read her before, I […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Blade to the Keep (Rowan Summerwaite, Book 2) by Lauren Dane Fantasy Paranormal Romance published by Carina Press 09 Dec 13 When I first came across this book, I thought it might be a re-print of an older book, but it turns out this is No. 2 in an intriguingly new paranormal […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Blue Forever (Men in Uniform, Book 3) by Nina Bruhns Romantic Suspense published by Berkley 3 Sep 13 I love a man in uniform. Doesn’t matter what branch of our armed services, a hero like Kiptyn Llowell keeps me reading well into the night. Add an intelligent and witty heroine […]
Tweet Veena’s review of How to Handle A Highlander (Sutherlands, Book 3) by Mary Wine Historical Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 05 Nov 13 I’ve always been a sucker for Highland men with their sexy brogues, swinging kilts, and let’s not forget what it is they hide under those kilts. Mmm! In addition to the delicious […]
Tweet Dinca’s Duckies Do Series review of Ladies of Impropriety by Bronwyn Scott Historical Romance published by Harlequin Historical July – Aug 13 I really enjoy reading the works of Bronwyn Scott. They are always entertaining with realistic characters, even if they are out of the norm of society.
Tweet Veena’s review of Twisted by Laura K. Curtis Romantic Suspense published by Intermix 19 Nov 13 This book starts out with a bang and keeps on going with its various twists and turns about life in a small town where people are few and memories are long. I was fascinated that even people who […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Bridesmaid by Julia London Contemporary Romance novella published by Sourcebooks 1 Oct 13 I finally opened this delightful novella and was sorry I hadn’t read it sooner. I had such fun with Joe and Kate on their way to Seattle and love. It happens fast, and this is a quick […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Fatal Strike (McCloud Brothers, Book 10) by Shannon McKenna Paranormal Romance published by Kensington 24 Sep 13 I didn’t realize that this is the tenth book in an ongoing series, but fortunately I was able to piece together enough of the backstory to not miss not having read the earlier books in […]
Tweet We so enjoyed having Tracy Garrett with us for the holidays to celebrate her new novella in the western-themed anthology, Wishing for a Cowboy, that hit the shelves in November. Don’t you just love cowboys?
Tweet Another huge thanks to Lynn Viehl for her very informative and entertaining guest blog about Victorian Christmases. Don’t know about you, but I learned a lot reading that post!
Tweet Veena’s review of Born in Blood (The Sentinels, Book 1) by Alexandra Ivy Paranormal Romance published by Zebra 31 Dec 13 This book marks the beginning of an interesting new paranormal series featuring “freaks” or x-men-like characters with special powers. Callie Brown is a necromancer who’s called in to consult for the police department, when […]
Tweet Stevie‘s review of The Marriage Wager by Jane Ashford Historical Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 05 Nov 13 I wanted to like this book, and the set-up in the first chapter promises even more than the blurb and the title do (although I do find myself wondering who was looking after the hero’s properties while […]