Posts Tagged ‘Katherine Garbera’
DNF (Did Not Finish) is a strange grade. I use it if I’ve read three chapters or more of a book and I’m not feeling it. it might be that I’m not in the mood for that kind of story, or that the story features some of my unfavorite tropes, or that something isn’t working. [...]
Limecello’s review of The Moretti Heir by Katherine Garbera Contemporary romance released by Silhouette Desire 10 Mar 09 I got this book because it was part of the Man of the Month series, and also because it’s by Katherine Garbera. Admittedly, there were other motivating factors, as Marco Moretti’s description is “Italian millionaire.” I’m a [...]
Holly’s review of Taming the Texas Tycoon by Katherine Garbera (author’s site very out of date) Contemporary Romance released by Silhouette Desire 14 Jul 09 I liked this story on a superficial level. If I start examining the motives or actions of the main characters I have major issues. As a fluff story – something [...]
Limecello’s review of Taming the Texas Tycoon by Katherine Garbera Contemporary romance published by Silhouette Desire on 14 July 2009 Katherine Garbera is a harlequin author I always keep an eye out for. I really enjoy her Silhouette Desire books, and Taming the Texas Tycoon was no exception. It also has one of my favorite [...]
Limecello’s review of Tycoon for Auction by Katherine Garbera Contemporary romance released by Silhouette Desire on 1 Apr 03 I always like a story that features an auction, especially when the heroine bids on the hero and wins, as is the case with Tycoon for Auction. My reading this was rather serendipitous. I like auction [...]
This just in… Texans aren’t about to be left out of sharing the love of romance. The third annual Buns & Roses Tea for Literacy will be held Sunday, October 12, 2008, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, Texas.