Posts Tagged ‘Cheryl St. John’
Dinca’s Duckies Do Series review of The Irish Brides Trilogy by St. John, Ryan & Griggs Historical Inspirational Romance published by Love Inspired Apr – Jun 12 The story unfolds aboard the ship crossing to America in The Wedding Journey by Cheryl St. John, introducing us to Maeve, and the groundwork is laid for her [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Snowflakes and Stetsons by Jillian Hart, Carol Finch & Cheryl St. John Historical Western Romance anthology published by Harlequin Historical 20 Sep 11 There are certain universal truths when it comes to my romance reading: 1) I love category romance 2) I love westerns 3) I love Christmas-themed stories [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Her Wyoming Man by Cheryl St. John Historical Western Romance published by Harlequin Historical 21 Jun 11 A new Cheryl St. John Harlequin Historical tends to be a cause for celebration for me. She is a marvelously consistent writer. She’s delivered enough times (for me at any rate) that [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Western Winter Wedding Bells by Cheryl St. John, Jenna Kernan & Charlene Sands Historical western romance anthology published by Harlequin Historical 01 Oct 10 I love Harlequin Historical for their willingness to publish a variety of settings, but I gotta be honest – I’m mostly in it for the [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Her Colorado Man by Cheryl St. John Historical romance released by Harlequin Historical 01 Dec 2009 Cheryl St. John is, hands down, my number one comfort author. Her books are the equivalent of a cold winter night, snow falling outside, wrapped in a blanket, cuddled up on the sofa, [...]
Our three blog hosts cum Western Romance experts have taken the time to tell you a little more about their thoughts and feelings concerning this beloved genre of theirs. So sit back and have fun with these ladies as they answer the same questions from their very differing points of view!
This just in… Cheryl St. John is offering a terrific online class for authors. Read on! You can never have too much information, right?
Sybil’s review of The Preacher’s Daughter by Cheryl St. John Historical Romance published by Harlequin Historical 01 June 07 The first time I read this book I enjoyed it but thought the hero read as almost unreal. The second time I read it, was after rereading The Doctor’s Wife, where we are first introduced to [...]