Posts Tagged ‘Jo Leigh’
LynneC’s review of To the Limit by Jo Leigh Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Blaze 3 Jul 13 I’ve never found Jo Leigh’s books particularly sexy, more, say, than a Modern or a Desire, so I’m not sure why she’s writing for Blaze, except it’s fast becoming the line where the ex-military and currently serving [...]
LynneC’s review of Lying in Bed by Jo Leigh Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Blaze 18 Dec 12 A well written, enjoyable read, but some unevenness of pacing and a bit too much arsing about stopped me giving the book the top mark I wanted to.
Even though they didn’t get their February Spotlight, we’ve definitely been reading Blazes! Here are some of the Blaze titles we’ve read and reviewed this year.
This just in… Author Jo Leigh lost the love of her life to cancer on June 13. Their story is the stuff romance novels are made of.
Alicia’s review of Kidnapped! by Jo Leigh Contemporary romantic suspense released 1 Sep 07 by Harlequin Blaze I enjoy Jo Leigh’s writing. Let me say, first, that I’ve only read her Blaze titles. The plots move and the dialogue is enjoyable. I can count on her books when I need to unwind. They don’t ask [...]
Devon’s review of Kidnapped! by Jo Leigh Contemporary romance published 1 Sep 07 by Harlequin Blaze Tate Baxter is beautiful, young and the only daughter of one of the richest men in the U.S. However, her privileged existence brings her no joy. As the victim of two kidnapping attempts, fear, anxiety and her father’s overprotectiveness [...]