Posts Tagged ‘Annie Burrows’
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of His Wicked Christmas Wager by Annie Burrows Historical Romance short story ebook published by Harlequin Historical Undone 01 Oct 12 Annie Burrows is one of those authors I like to read because I really feel like she gets the Regency “right.” Her stories aren’t always smashing successes for […]
Tweet Welcome back to Duck Chat! Today we’re chatting with Harlequin Historical author Julia Justiss. Julia has a wonderful backlist full of historicals such as The Wedding Gamble, Wicked Wager, The Untamed Heiress, and A Most Unconventional Match. (She has some of the best covers out there, too!) Her current release is a novella in […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of The Earl’s Untouched Bride by Annie Burrows Historical Regency romance released by Harlequin Historical 1 Feb 09 Every once in a while a book comes along that I know I shouldn’t like. It’s got characters who I want to throttle and conflict that makes my head hurt, but […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Notorious Lord, Compromised Miss by Annie Burrows Historical romance eBook short story released by Harlequin Historical Undone 01 December 2008 I know many readers who are not fans of short stories. There isn’t enough meat on the bone and they fail to satisfy their hunger for in depth […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of One Candlelit Christmas by Julia Justiss, Annie Burrows, and Terri Brisbin Historical Romance Anthology released by Harlequin 1 Nov 08 I really enjoyed this anthology. The three stories are full of love and hope during the season of miracles.
Tweet So how’s everyone enjoying Undone week so far? Hopefully you all are having as much fun reading about it as I did putting it together! And to whet your appetite even further? We have news on upcoming Undone titles for your consideration.
Tweet TGTBTU has the pleasure of presenting (three or four) up coming Harlequin Historical anthologies for you to add to your ‘I WANT’ list: Hallowe’en Husbands: “Marriage At Morrow Creek,” “Wedding At Warehaven,” “Master Of Penlowen” by Lisa Plumley, Denise Lynn, Christine Merrill (we will have their guest posts this weekend as well). The Magic […]