Posts Tagged ‘Donna Alward’
Tweet Stevie‘s review of Summer on Lovers’ Island (Jewell Cove, Book 3) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 05 May 15 I was charmed by the first book in this series and had high hopes for the following stories, although to date none have quite lived up to my expectations. While […]
Tweet Stevie‘s review of Christmas at Seashell Cottage (Jewell Cove Book 1.5) by Donna Alward Contemporary Holiday Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 07 Oct 14 I don’t tend to read Christmas stories before December, so I was a little concerned when this repeat, and seasonal, visit to Jewell Cove appeared in October – especially […]
Tweet Stevie‘s review of Treasure on Lilac Lane (Jewell Cove, Book 2) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 28 Oct 14 I loved the town of Jewell Cove and its inhabitants we met in the first book, so I was greatly looking forward to the arrival of the next book in […]
Tweet Stevie‘s review of The House on Blackberry Hill (Jewell Cove, Book 1) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 29 Apr 14 All kinds of stories can be enhanced by the addition of an understated ghost, and this is no exception, although even without the ghost I’d have enjoyed the characters, […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of A Cowboy to Come Home To (Cadence Creek Cowboys, Book 4) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Romance 01 Jul 13 This story could have been a train wreck. We have a heroine still reeling from her failed first marriage, but yet is still determined to get knocked […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Little Cowgirl On His Doorstep (Cadence Creek Cowboys #3) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Romance 05 Mar 13 Donna Alward is an author within the Harlequin Romance universe that has a prodigious output and I can usually count on her to deliver romances about nice people shouldering plenty of angst. Her latest certainly […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Sleigh Ride With The Rancher (Holiday Miracles, Book 2) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Romance 30 Oct 12 It’s amazing how often inspiration strikes when romance authors get together in the same room at a conference. That’s what happened at RWA Nationals one year when […]
Tweet Our thanks to Donna Alward for spending the day with us and talking about the fun world of fashion when the RWA conferences roll around each year. The Anaheim conference has come and gone, and every RITA-nominated author looked lovely!
Tweet I’ve been wanting to read Donna Alward ever since I picked up her One Dance with a Cowboy. The cover and the title hooked me. Alas, I haven’t been able to sit down with that one yet. So when I had a chance to read The Rebel Rancher to review, I wasn’t about to […]
Tweet Every time RWA National Conference comes around, the talk swerves to clothes, shoes, weight loss…yeah. When I heard that How a Cowboy Stole Her Heart was nominated for a RITA® award, I immediately thought “I have to lose twenty pounds and find a dress.” This resulted in several twitter consultation sessions with friends with […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Rebel Rancher (Cadence Creek Cowboys, Book 2) by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Romance 5 Jun 12 This is my first Donna Alward book, and I find the heartwarming story here quite charming. Her characters burrow under your skin quickly, and you find yourself sinking deeper into […]
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Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of How A Cowboy Stole Her Heart by Donna Alward Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Romance 04 Oct 11 In the pantheon of dippy titles slapped on romance novels, this one is pretty tame. That said, it’s almost more annoying for me to find a generic title slapped on a story that is anything […]
Tweet This just in… For months now I have been anxiously awaiting Heidi Betts’ new book, Tangled Up in Love, a contemporary romantic comedy from St. Martin’s Press, to hit shelves. Well, finally today is the day.