Posts Tagged ‘December 2011’
Ash’s review of Bedeviled (Dark Breed Series, Book 2) by Sable Grace Paranormal Romance published by Avon 27 Dec 11 I think that this is one series that I am going to be giving up on. I dislike Kyana even more, and now Ryker looks like an idiot for loving her. The story bored me [...]
Ash’s review of That Old Black Magic (Living in Eden, Book 3) by Michelle Rowen Paranormal Romance published by Berkley Sensation 06 Dec 11 The final book in the Living in Eden series, That Old Black Magic, wraps everything up in a nice neat bow.
Laura C’s review of Sweet Reward (Last Chance Rescue, Book 9) by Christy Reece Romantic Suspense published by Ballantine 27 Dec 11 I’ve enjoyed the vast majority of the Last Chance Rescue books, and I will be sorry to see them go if, indeed, this is to be the last one Reece writes. On the [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Tempting the New Guy (Glory Tales #2) by Alegra Verde Contemporary erotica short story ebook published by Spice Briefs 01 Dec 11 I suspect when it comes to erotica reading I’m slightly bent. This short story, the second entry in the author’s “Glory Tales,” pretty much confirms it for [...]
C2′s Duckies Do Series Review of Turner Brothers Series by Courtney Milan Historical Romance Published by HQN In her Turner series, Courtney Milan tells the stories of three brothers (with very unusual first names) whose lives are shaped by their troubled mother. How each brother is affected and how each chooses to live his life [...]
Sandy M’s review of Murder, Mayhem and Mama by Christie Craig Contemporary Romance published by BookEnds Literary Agency 20 Dec 11 Whenever I finish reading a Christie Craig book, I’m always smiling and I feel darned good. That smile usually lasts for a while too. In between the mystery of the story and her characters [...]
LynneC’s review of Tool Belt Defender (Lawmen of Black Rock, Book 5) by Carla Cassidy Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Romantic Suspense 20 Dec 11 Occasionally I venture into romantic suspense territory, and this book is from that Harlequin line. And, in any case, how can I resist a book with the title Tool Belt [...]
Sandy M’s review of An Unexpected Gentleman by Alissa Johnson Historical Romance published by Berkley 6 Dec 11 The elements of this book come together quite nicely to give readers what they’ve come to expect from Alissa Johnson. Revenge against a brother, an attraction that begins from afar, jealousy that leads to false accusations, and [...]
LynneC’s review of A Lady Awakened by Cecilia Grant Historical Romance published by Bantam 27 Dec 11 I nearly DNF’d this book. The heroine is worthy, the hero isn’t and they get together because she wants a baby to save the estate from the Evil Heir. By page 100 I was starting to skip, which [...]
Sandy M’s review of 10 Ways to Steal Your Lover (Love by Numbers, Book 1) by Dee Tenorio Contemporary Erotic Romance short story published by Dee Tenorio 15 Dec 11 Well, I just have to read Dee Tenorio more often. That’s all there is to it. She intrigues me with her characters and storylines, makes [...]
C2’s review of The Duke is Mine (Fairy Tales, Book 3) by Eloisa James Historical Romance published by Avon 27 Dec 11 In her newest release, Eloisa James tackles another well known fairytale. She has already given us her twist on Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast. This time around? The Princess and the Pea.
C2’s review of How the Marquess Was Won (Pennyroyal Green, Book 6) by Julie Anne Long Historical Romance published by Avon 27 Dec 11 In Julie Anne Long’s newest release, we return to Pennyroyal Green. This time around, the Redmonds and Everseas play a supportive role instead of being the focus. They still manage to [...]
Sandy M’s review of Any Given Christmas (Sugar Shack Series, Book 2) by Candis Terry Contemporary Romance published by Avon Impuse 6 Dec 11 I am having such a good time with these Sugar Shack books by Candis Terry. Her sense of humor is terrific. Her characters are charming and fun. The Sugar Shack is [...]
Sandy M’s review of Dreaming of the Wolf (Werewolf Series, Book Eight) by Terry Spear Paranormal Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 1 Dec 11 I have no idea how Terry Spear keeps her werewolf stories fresh and exciting, but she does book after book and she does it well. Her characters are always strong, and [...]
You’re really in for a treat now. This first chapter of Hot Zone pulls you right in, places you in the middle of the devastation after an earthquake tumbles the Bahamas every which way. You meet Hugh and Amelia under the worst of circumstances, when you see the best of them, what makes them the [...]