Posts Tagged ‘June 2010’
LynneC’s review of The Marriage Betrayal by Lynne Graham Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents Extra 28 Jun 10 Harlequin has begun to put selected titles from their category lines on netGalley for review. I’m guessing they want these books reviewed and promoted all over the place. So it beats me why they decided to [...]
These four reviews are quick quack reviews by Liviania of the newest two books in two series: Jocelynn Drake’s Dark Days and Seanan McGuire’s October Daye books.
Sandy M’s review of Open Country (Blood Rose Trilogy, Book 2) by Kaki Warner Western Historical Romance published by Berkley Trade 1 Jun 10 I’ve once again found a new author whom I’m going to enjoy immensely with every book I read. Ms. Warner has given readers characters who are real, charming, desperate, and oh-so-human, [...]
Liviania’s Quick Quack Reviews of one science fiction romance and three urban fantasy novels by Cameron Haley, Ilona Andrews, Katherine Allred, and Phaedra Weldon.
Sandy M’s review of Tempting the Marquess (Westin Family Series, Book 2) by Sara Lindsay Historical Romance published by Signet 1 Jun 10 This is my first Sara Lindsey book, and while it is a pleasant read, it isn’t one of those that wowed me, that made me sigh when I finally closed the book. [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s Quick Quack Reviews of Three Spice Briefs by Anne Calhoun, Elisa Adams and Destiny D’Otare Contemporary erotic romance, contemporary erotica and historical erotic romance ebook short stories released by Spice Briefs Mar – Aug 2010 The amount of titles I currently have loaded on my Sony Reader is reaching Defcon 5, [...]
LynneC’s review of The Last Days of A Rake by Donna Lea Simpson Historical Romance published by Carina Press 21 Jun 10 When I received the galley for The Last Days of a Rake, I thought I was receiving a historical romance. This wasn’t true, and became apparent quite early, so I read the book [...]
Sandy M’s DDS Review of Honky Tonk Series by Carolyn Brown Contemporary Western Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca Jun, Aug, Oct 2010 I read a couple of Ms. Brown’s books in her Lucky series last year, and while I liked parts of them, there were larger parts that just didn’t work for me. I got [...]
Sandy M’s review of Shoulda Been a Cowboy (Rough Riders, Book 7) by Lorelei James Contemporary Western Erotic Romance published by Samhain 1 Jun 10 Jeez, I can’t believe I forgot to write this review back when Shoulda Been a Cowboy released in June. Sigh. Don’t ask me what happened, couldn’t tell ya. What I [...]
Sandy M’s DDS Review of The McKettricks of Texas by Linda Lael Miller Historical Western Romance published by HQN Jan, May, Jun 10 Darn that Sybil. You can’t argue with her. And she forces you to look at things differently than usual. I’m a very within-the-box type of reader. I go with what an author [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Three Times a Bridesmaid by Nicola Marsh Contemporary romance published by Harlequin Romance 08 Jun 10 I need to become addicted to another Harlequin series line like I need a hole in the head, but I think it’s now safe to declare that I’m hooked on Harlequin Romance. I [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s Duckies Do Series Review of The Ladies’ Sewing Circle by Portia Da Costa Historical erotic romance short story ebooks published by Spice Briefs May – June 2010 I’m a fan of Portia Da Costa’s brand of erotica mostly because of her heroines. She writes really fun, strong heroines. The kind of [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s Duckies Do Series Review of The Sons of Chance by Vicki Lewis Thompson Contemporary romances released by Harlequin Blaze Jun – Aug 2010 After taking time away from her category roots to write single title contemporaries and paranormals, I was happy to see Vicki Lewis Thompson return to Harlequin Blaze with [...]
Ash’s review of Assassin’s Honor (Order of the Sicari, Book 1) by Monica Burns Paranormal Romance released by Berkley 01 Jun 10 This is one of those books that I think of as a comfortable read. It was easy to sink into it without having to think to hard about what was going on. It [...]
Liviania’s review of Kitty Goes to War (Kitty Norville, Book Eight) by Carrie Vaughn Urban fantasy published by Tor 29 Jun 10 The Kitty Norville series is both consistent and surprising. Carrie Vaughn does a good job of giving the Kitty series a unique feeling among the sea of urban fantasies available. For one, the [...]