Posts Tagged ‘Jess Dee’
Limecello’s review of Circle of Friends: Steve’s Story by Jess Dee Contemporary romance published by Samhain Publishing on 28 Apr 2009 I waited for what felt like a long time and was very excited for Circle of Friends: Steve’s Story… but am very sorry to say I was disappointed. I absolutely adored Tyler’s story, and [...]
Reader Blogger Marg, you can find her at Reading Adventures and Historical Tapestry, was nice enough to agree to share with us her adventure at the Australian Romance Readers Convention this past weekend. If we get lucky we can talk her into sharing some more photos and stories.
Limecello’s review of Only Tyler (Circle of Friends, Book 1) by Jess Dee Erotic romance eBook released by Samhain on 20 Jan 09 This is the first book to Jess Dee’s new two part series “Circle of Friends”. Only Tyler is the second book I’ve read by Jess Dee, and I enjoyed it immensely. I [...]
I liked C2′s idea of a Best of 2008 list. Then Liv got into the action, so thought I’d give it a try too. (Of course, mine are the best of the bunch.) I was never one to keep track of my reads, and 2008 was the first time I’ve done that; therefore, this list, [...]
Sandy M’s review of A Question of Trust (Menage and More Anthology) by Jess Dee Contemporary Erotic Novella eBook published by Samhain 9 Sep 08 I discovered Jess Dee a few months ago when I read and reviewed her Ask Adam, which I thoroughly enjoyed. So when this book came up for review, I jumped [...]
Limecello’s review of Photo Opportunity by Jess Dee Contemporary romance published by Samhain 2 May 08. I believe this is the first book I’ve read by Jess Dee, and I’m definitely intrigued. I really enjoy the “friends to lovers” story line. Not only that, but after I’d read a few excerpts for it I knew [...]
Sandy M’s review of Ask Adam by Jess Dee Contemporary Romance published by Samhain 18 Sep 07 I admit it, sometimes I buy a book because the cover grabs my attention and won’t let go. I do read the blurb for it and if it sounds even okay, I’m a sucker, I plunk down my [...]