Posts Tagged ‘Harper Collins’
Tweet Veena’s review of My Notorious Gentleman (Inferno Club, Book 6) by Gaelen Foley Historical Romance published by Harper Collins 30 Jul 13 The Inferno Club and its members have been exposed to London Society. Lord Trevor Montgomery lost more than most in the last engagement. While he was held prisoner by his friend and […]
Tweet Laura C’s review of And She Was & Into the Dark (Brenna Spector Series, Books 1 & 2) by Alison Gaylin Thrillers published by HarperCollins Feb 2012 & Jan 2013 Brenna Spector, the protagonist of Gaylin’s And She Was and Into the Dark, is one of the most interesting characters I’ve come across in […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Dangerous Refuge by Elizabeth Lowell ContemporaryÂ Western Romance published by Harper Collins 09 April 13 With Dangerous Refuge Elizabeth Lowell mixes in the suspense of a chilling murder mystery with her roots writing western contemporaries. Tanner Davis is a burned-out homicide cop in Los Angeles, who has come to his uncle’s ranch […]
Tweet Ash’s review of Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi Young adult published by HarperCollins 03 Jan 12 With the success of The Hunger Games there have been a ton of similar dystopian books, most of which I avoid unless I hear a lot about it. I don’t want to read books that come […]
Tweet Interesting times afoot. Dennis Potter must be smiling from heaven.
Tweet LynneCâ€™s review of Lure of the Wicked (Dark Mission, Book 3) by Karina Cooper Paranormal/Futuristic Romance published by Harper Collins 28 June 11 I received this one as an ARC from Netgalley. I was intrigued by the premise of the story. I didnâ€™t realize this was the third in a series, but sometimes I […]
Tweet So glad you could make it to Duck Chat! Janet Mullany is our guest today. Raised in England, Janet now lives in Washington, D.C. where she writes her historical novels. Her first Regency was a Signet, Dedication, which released in 2007. Two years later The Rules of Gentility captured readers’ interest, and now A […]
Tweet Limecello’s review of The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams (illustrated by William Nicholson) Children’s story re-published by Harper Collins on 9 Mar 99 (originally pub’d 1922) You won’t be surprised to hear that more conversation is what spurred my reading of this book. I jumped into a conversation about Young Adult fiction, but then […]
Tweet Shannon C.’s review of Monstrous Regiment (Discworld) by Terry Pratchett Fantasy fiction released by Harper Torch 31 Aug 04 I’ve been resisting reading any of the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett for a long time. Fellow fantasy readers keep assuring me they are wonderful, but the first couple I tried did not work so […]
Tweet I mean cover. This is sort of nifty.Â It appeals to the control freak in me, no really.Â Which cover you gonna vote for?Â And who is Katherine Allred?
Tweet LauraD’s review of The Best Day of Someone Else’s Life by Kerry Reichs Chick Lit released from Avon A 6 May 08 If the author’s name sounds familiar, it’s probably because you’ve read one of her mother’s mystery novels. However, Kerry Reichs has written a sweet and funny novel about a young woman still […]
Tweet This just in… If you’re a Toni Blake fan, you’ll want to make sure you get a copy of You Send Me, an ebook prequel to her upcoming release Letters to a Secret Lover.
Tweet This just in… What easier way to get your hands on some brand new books than to win them! Harper-Collins and The Sak are joining forces to give you a chance to win loads of books for the next year. And also you’ll get a great bag to boot!
Tweet Before Syb fires me for being the worst Contest Duckie ever (I admit it, I’m WordPress challenged, or as Syb said, I have bevnical difficulties), I wanted to send some luv out.
Tweet So even more great news, Harper Collins put up Lnysay Sands’ Vampire, Interrupted as one of the books on their online preview/reading promotion. To which I have to say, go read it! Really, and I know there are lots of Argeneau-aholics out there that are dying for a sneak peek into Marguerite’s story before […]