Posts Tagged ‘Harlequin’
Tweet Veena’s review of Kiss Me (Fool’s Gold, Book 17) by Susan Mallery Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin 30 Jun 15 It’s time to meet sexy rancher Zane Nicholson, whose ranch has recently become a part of the town of Fool’s Gold, and experience the magic of the town as it reaches out and impacts […]
Tweet Veena’s review of 10 Ways to Handle The Best Man by Heidi Rice Contemporary Romance published by Cosmo Red Hot Reads 14 Jan 14 She’s an innocent. He’s a Dominant. She’s good and gorgeous. He’s sinfully handsome and bad – the best ones always are. So this story is a foregone conclusion from the […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Risk Taker (Shadow Warriors, Book 3) by Lindsay McKenna Military Romance published by Harlequin Romantic Suspense 04 Feb 14 She’s a kick-ass pilot who takes insane chances to rescue wounded service men in the Afghani war zone. Being a part of SEAL Team Six, risk is his middle name. Even so, […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Two of a Kind (Fool’s Gold, Book 11) by Susan Mallery Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin 25 Jun 13 So we’re back in the town of Fool’s Gold with socially awkward brilliant Felicia and tortured hunk Gideon. Hats off to this author who has been able keep each book so fresh […]
Tweet Melanie Dulos of Harlequin kindly gave us permission to quote this letter, sent in response to my Pondering of last week.
Tweet This is disturbing news. Harlequin profits right down, even lower than expected.
Tweet It’s been a puzzle for a while – when does a trope turn into one person’s intellectual property? A judgment in Texas has recently come closer to the answer.
Tweet Dinca’s review of Handpicked Husband (Texas Grooms, Book 1) by Winnie Griggs Inspirational Historical Romance published by Harlequin Love Inspired 4 Sep 12 Well, nobody is perfect! These two people take a new look at the world though the eyes of the other and work their way through the shadows that obscure any future happiness […]
Tweet Recently I’ve self-published a few backlist titles, and my, do they do well! These books are already professionally edited, so all I had to do was reformat and find a new book cover. So, reluctantly, I’ve had to climb down from my writer’s cave and get back into promotion and marketing.
Tweet Dinca’s Duckies Do Series review of The Kelley Legacy by Ferrarella, Cornelison, Barrett, Cassidy, Kennedy & Dees Romantic Suspense published by Harlequin Romantic Suspense The Kelley Legacy Series has a really good story arc with authors I have enjoyed in the past. But the series has the feel of having been rushed to print […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of Sworn To Protect by Kimberly Van Meter Romantic Suspense published by Harlequin Romantic Suspense 21 Jun 11 A romantic suspense set on an Indian reservation, this traumatic, heartwarming story will fill you with a wide range of emotions as you discover the true identity of the evil that awaits.
Tweet 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 […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of A Mother’s Homecoming by Tanya Michaels Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin American Romance 2 Aug 11 If you like a lot of “the way we were and could be again” in your story, this book might be for you. At first it read like an autobiography of a recovering alcoholic which is […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of The Substitute Bride by Janet Dean Love Imspired Historical published by Harleqin 9 February 2010 This is one of the best mail-order bride stories I have read. I find the plot innovative with lots of twist and turns. Ted and Elizabeth each have a secret they don’t want to share.
Tweet Dinca’s review of Marriage by Solution by Megan Kelly Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin American Romance 3 May 11 This is a good story with singles, family, and no whining – even from the kids. I thoroughly enjoyed this tale and it is believable to boot. Megan Kelly does a wonderful job of setting the […]