Posts Tagged ‘Cathy Williams’
LynneC’s review of A Tempestuous Temptation by Cathy Williams Contemporary Romance published by Mills and Boon Modern 1 Nov 12 While this book doesn’t break any new ground, it presents two likeable characters and their journey into love, which is what the Presents line is, or should be, all about. What makes it enjoyable isn’t [...]
LynneC’s review of His Christmas Acquisition by Cathy Williams Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 29 Nov 11 I have enjoyed Cathy Williams’ books in the past, but, sadly, this one isn’t one of them. Tired situations, tired characters no thicker than a sheet of paper, and a tired style make this a disappointing read.
LynneC’s review of In Want of a Wife? by Cathy Williams Contemporary Romance published by Mills and Boon Modern 1 Apr 11 In this new series from Harlequin, they’ve taken some literary classics and used the themes to make contemporary stories for the Modern line. Seems a difficult request, and from reading the first in [...]
Lynne Connolly’s review of Rafael’s Suitable Bride by Cathy Williams Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents/Mills and Boon Modern 1 Mar 09 I usually enjoy Cathy Williams’ books, but in this one I found too many dissonances to fully enter into it. It’s a good story that’s been shoehorned into the Presents/Modern line.
Lynne Connolly‘s review of The Italian’s One-Night Love-Child by Cathy Williams Contemporary romance UK release by Mills & Boon 5 Feb 10 DNF’s are unusual for me. I usually plod on until the bitter end, and frequently the book redeems itself. You see, I have a penchant for heroes and heroines who aren’t perfect, who [...]
Lynne Connolly‘s review of The Multi-Millionaire’s Virgin Mistress by Cathy Williams Contemporary Romance released by Harlequin Presents 9 Feb 10 First the title. The heroine isn’t a virgin at the start of the story, although well before the story has started, she has given him her virginity. And she’s nineteen. In the Prologue, they are [...]