Posts Tagged ‘Home to Harbor Town’
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Soldier’s Baby Bargain (Home to Harbor Town, Book 5) by Beth Kery Contemporary Romance published by Silhouette Special Edition 18 Sep 12 I’ve been bemoaning the fact lately that I suddenly find myself behind on a number of favorite series. So even though I let this last book in […]
Tweet Veena’s Duckies Do Series review of Home to Harbor Town Series by Beth Kery Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Special Edition I discovered author Beth Kery a few months ago and have very much enjoyed reading her Home to Harbor Town series featuring a small town in Michigan and the love stories and relationships […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of One in a Billion (Home to Harbor Town, Book 4) by Beth Kery Contemporary Romance published by Silhouette Special Edition 24 Jul 12 This is the type of series that pulled me into reading Silhouette Special Editions eons ago. I’m very glad Harlequin/Silhouette sticks so closely to the attributes they’ve […]
Tweet Thanks to Beth Kery for joining us recently with a very intriguing guest blog. Love and romance rising out of tragedy is some of the best reading we can ask for, as Beth proves with her Home to Harbor Town series.
Tweet I first read Beth Kery when I discovered one of her erotic romances, Exorcising Sean’s Ghost, a few years ago. She was a new author for me, and that book hooked me. I’ve been reading her ever since. Beth writes a variety of romance, from the heated, sizzling erotic to those lovely, heartwarming stories […]
Tweet As I write this blog for The Good, The Bad and the Unread, I’m looking forward to the release of Claiming Colleen, the third book in the Home to Harbor Town series, while at the same time, doing edits for One in a Billion—Deidre’s story and book four in the series—and writing the fifth […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of Claiming Colleen (Home to Harbor Town, Book 3) by Beth Kery Contemporary Romance published by Silhouette Special Edition 21 Feb 12 Beth Kery has kept all the characters in this series strong as always and very active in the storyline in Book 3 of Home to Harbor Town. For a family […]