Posts Tagged ‘Kate Hewitt’
LynneC’s review of The Husband She Never Knew by Kate Hewitt Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 16 Oct 12 This is one of the most interesting, although flawed, reads I’ve had for a while from the Modern/Presents line. However, I’d far rather have something flawed and interesting than perfect and boring. That goes for [...]
LynneC’s review of The Matchmaker Bride by Kate Hewitt Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 19 Jul 11 I was five chapters into The Matchmaker Bride before I realised why the heroine annoys me so much. She is Emma. Yes, that Emma, Emma Woodhouse, who Jane Austen thought nobody would like but herself. Emma does, [...]
LynneC’s review of Lone Wolfe (Bad Blood Collection, Book Eight) by Kate Hewitt Contemporary Romance published by Mills and Boon Modern Romance 1 Sep 11 All through the Bad Blood series, there have been snippets about Jacob – that he took off, spent time in a Tibetan monastery, took up architecture and made himself wealthy. [...]
LynneC’s review of A Dark Sicilian Secret by Jane Porter and Bound to the Greek by Kate Hewitt Contemporary Romances published by Mills and Boon Modern 1 May 22 and 1 Jan 11 The next two books I read have similar themes, but while one works for me, the other doesn’t.
Lynne Connolly’s review of Count Toussaint’s Pregnant Mistress by Kate Hewitt Contemporary Romance released by Mills & Boon 18 Dec 09 Another appalling title and a daft blurb as well, because it doesn’t address the real story. The blurb doesn’t discuss a book that I ever read. So here’s my take on it. Luc is [...]
Lynne Connolly‘s review of The Greek Tycoon’s Reluctant Bride by Kate Hewitt Contemporary romance released by Mills & Boon (UK) 1 Jan 08, Harlequin (US) 9 Feb 10 This book should really have been a full-length novel in a more serious line. The hero and heroine both have Issues, and they are nasty ones, ones [...]