Posts Tagged ‘2013’
Dinca’s review of Under a Prairie Moon by Krista Kedrick Contemporary Romance published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 24 Jul 11 Not a lot of dialogue in this storyline. The main characters spend a lot of time in fear of what everyone else might think, all in very little time getting their act together. Since [...]
Willa’s review of Scorched (Tracer Series, Book 6) by Laura Griffin Romantic Suspense published by Pocket Books 30 Oct 12 I am a huge fan of Laura Griffin’s Tracer series and when I found out that the couple in Scorched were Gabe and Kelsey from an earlier novella – Unstoppable- I was thrilled that they [...]
Veena’s review of Lord of Wicked Intentions (Lost Lords of Penbrooke, Book 3) by Lorraine Heath Historical Romance published by Avon 30 Sep 13 I have not read the previous two books in the series, but I find this story of love and redemption adorable. I subsequently heard from my good friend and fellow Duckie Sandy that Rafe’s book [...]
Willa’s review of Nameless by Claire Kent Erotic Romance published by CreateSpace 29 Apr 13 Ms. Kent was splashed around on the reading blog-o-sphere earlier this year, with her self-published book Escorted, about a male escort and his female client. I really enjoyed her voice in that story and how she stretched my reading comfort [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of A Prior Engagment (SAS Heroes, Book 4) by Karina Bliss Contemporary romance published by Harlequin SuperRomance 07 May 13 I read and liked Karina Bliss’ What The Librarian Did and had every intention of reading more books by her – and here we are three years after the fact and I finally am. This [...]
Sandy M’s review of Timber Creek (Sierra Falls, Book 2) by Veronica Wolff Contemporary Romance published by Berkley 31 Dec 12 I’ve been looking forward to this new addition to Ms. Wolff’s Sierra Falls series, after having such a terrific time with the first book. While the small-town feel is still very much in evidence, [...]
Willa’s Duckies Do Series Review of Red Rock Pass Series by Moira Rogers Paranormal Romance published by Samhain Oct 2008 – June 2010 If you read romance and particularly paranormal, you can’t help but have seen the name Moira Rogers around the internet. I was amazed to realise I hadn’t tried any of her books, [...]
Sandy M’s review of Lone Wolf (Shifters Unbound, Book 4.5) by Jennifer Ashley Paranormal Romance novella published by InterMix 16 Apr 13 I’ve been trying to figure out why I never warmed up to this book all that much. I’m a huge Jennifer Ashley fan, having read mostly her historicals and one or two of [...]
Willa’s Review of Heart of Iron (London Steampunk, Book 2) by Bec McMaster Steampunk Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 7 May 13 I happened across this new series by chance. A mix of romance, paranormal, and steampunk tempted me to try something different, and, boy, am I glad I did.
Veena’s review of Ours to Love (A Wicked Lovers Novel) by Shayla Black Contemporary Erotic Romance published by Berkley 07 May 13 I’ve enjoyed reading Shayla Black’s spicy stories about wicked lovers and the women who tame them. This book has all the ingredients that take a story from good to great. Two sexy, dominant billionaires [...]
I had something happen recently that’s irritated the heck out of me, so I thought I’d share it, and also hope it helps rid me of the ire and disappointment that’s been brought about. Before I get into the real meat of this Pondering, I want to give you just a little of my background, [...]
Sandy M’s review of The Passions of Dr. Darcy (Darcy Saga, Book 7) by Sharon Lathan Historical Romance published by Sourcebooks Landmark 2 Apr 13 I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the books to date in Sharon Lathan’s Darcy Saga. A lot of that has to do with the journey of Ms. Lathan growing as [...]
I’m working on fumes here. Sleep is a thing of the past.
Sandy M’s review of Ride the Fire (Blakewell/Kenleigh Trilogy, Book 3) by Pamela Clare Historical Romance reissued by Berkley 5 Feb 13 I’ve been wanting to read this books for forever. Everyone I talk to who’s read it says it’s a wonderful story. I never doubted that. I mean, it’s Pamela Clare, and her historical [...]
One day at the RT hotel, the Sheraton in Kansas City, and it’s already looking like RT. Posters, stickers, huge signs are going up and the place is looking like home.