Posts Tagged ‘Jo Goodman’
Tweet Love the rugged landscape of the West? This post is for you! Historical Western authors Jo Goodman, Jacqui Nelson, Kaki Warner, Rosanne Bittner, E.E. Burke, and Linda Broday share the iconic landmarks of the west that you’ll find in their books!
Tweet Sandy M’s review of This Gun for Hire by Jo Goodman Historical Western Romance published by Berkley 7 Apr 15 I know I’m a late comer to Jo Goodman’s books, just discovering what all of you have known for years when it comes to her stories. Anymore, I can hardly wait for her next book, […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of In Want of a Wife by Jo Goodman Western Historical Romance published by Berkley 6 May 14 I am so happy to be back in Bitter Springs, Wyoming with these wonderful characters Jo Goodman has created. I get lost in their lives along the journey they take to healing their souls […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of True to the Law by Jo Goodman Historical/Western Romance published by Berkley 7 May 13 When I began reading this book, I had no idea it’s related to The Last Renegade. I just wanted a good western, and I know Jo Goodman always delivers one. Something niggled in the back […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Last Renegade by Jo Goodman Historical Romance published by Berkely 4 Sep 12 Sigh. This book ended up in the wrong stack in the many stacks of books around me and my desk, so it didn’t get reviewed nearer to the release date back in September. I hope you’ll give […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Kissing Comfort by Jo Goodman Historical Romance published by Berkley 6 Sep 11 This is only my second book by Jo Goodman. After reading my first, Never Love a Lawman, and loving it so much, as I always do, I vowed to read more of her. Unfortunately, life never works […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Never Love a Lawman by Jo Goodman Historical Western Romance published by Zebra 1 Sep 09 Wow. I picked this book up just to skim the first few pages, and I could not put it down. I’ve not read Ms. Goodman before. Have a feeling I’ve been missing quite a […]
Tweet Sybil’s review of Never Love a Lawman by Jo Goodman Historical Western Romance from Zebra 1 Sep 09 I often speak of my love of historical western romance, almost as much as I talk about how much I adore Jo Goodman’s books. So when I hear the title of her next book was Never […]
Tweet Welcome once again to Duck Chat! Today is going to be a very fun day. We have Meredith Duran in the house! Besides being a romance author, Meredith is a doctoral student in anthropology, loves doing field work in such places as India and browsing through library travelogues written by Nineteenth Century Englishwomen. British […]
Tweet Gwen’s review of The Price of Desire by Jo Goodman Historical romance released by Zebra 1 Sep 08 Some books are just so damn good, you truly want them to never end. I put this book down and sighed. It delivers on so many fronts, it’s difficult to summarize them all.
Tweet You might have noticed this is NOT a review. funny that 1. My site, I can do things like that, cool huh? 2. Site issues have made it difficult for any of us to get in the back end until the last few days so we are going with the flow… (as if that […]
Tweet Besides being the resident Harlequin Historical hos here at The Pond, Sybil and I are massive, colossal, hardcore western romance junkies. So when Sybil first blogged about Jo Goodman‘s upcoming book, Never Love A Lawman, back in January we both immediately thought, “Wow, that sounds like a western.” We didn’t really have much to […]
Tweet Never Love a Lawman by Jo Goodman 384 pages is what it shows on amazon… wonder if that is right… I know the galleys aren’t in yet cuz wow that would be like Jo Goodman’s shortest book in a long ass time.
Tweet Limecello’s review of If His Kiss is Wicked by Jo Goodman Historical romance published by Zebra on 1 Sep 2007 I know I sound like a broken record, but this is one of the best books I’ve read in a while. It’s strange because I feel like I haven’t been reading many good books, […]
Tweet I have these now… well really I have had them for a month or so…. 7 comments? I am so not picking a winner from 7 comments. I am going to have to come up with a harder contests if you people are going to be lazy. Tell me why you should get an […]