Posts Tagged ‘Lynne Connolly’
Tweet Veena’s review of Rogue in Red Velvet (Emperors of London, Book 1) by Lynne Connolly Historical Romance published by Lyrical Press 04 Aug 14 I have been a part of this pond for almost two years now and I’m sad to report that it’s taken me this long to read the first of what […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Bound by the Italian’s Contract by Janette Kenny Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 1 Jul 14 I’ve been a grumpy reviewer recently, and now I’m desperately hunting for a great book I can enthuse about. This, sadly, isn’t the one, but I’m not being as hard as I might otherwise be, […]
Tweet The writing world is in a state of flux right now, with vociferous advocates in all corners. At the moment all the talk is about Hachette v Amazon. Tomorrow it might be another publisher. Things are changing, that’s for sure. As a writer, I’m lucky because I’m still finding readers. I took the decisions […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Scandalize Me (Fifth Avenue Trilogy, Book 2) by Caitlin Crews Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 1 Jul 14 When I first saw the covers for this trilogy, I wondered if Harlequin was yet again bringing a new look to its flagship Presents/Modern line. When I read the first book, I kind of […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Art of Trusting a Greek Billionaire by Marian Tee Contemporary Romance published by Jaded Speck Publishing, December 2013 I’m currently going through the 99 cent and free books I grabbed greedily when they first started coming out. With most of them I’m reading a page or two and removing them […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Playboy’s Lesson by Melanie Milburne Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents May 2014 Melanie Milburne is a great author, but this isn’t one of her best books. The unconvincing characters and the anemic plot don’t make for a compelling read.
Tweet There’s been some controversy about the booksigning, so it deserves a post to itself. This turned out to be the biggest booksigning ever, anywhere, Guinness Book of Records-worthy. So there were problems. But there were also successes.
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Tweet I have my reports! RT was just too mad for me to do a daily blog, and at the end of every day I was wiped, so I made notes, so here they are.
Tweet LynneC’s review of A SEAL’s Kiss by Tawny Weber Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Blaze 1 Apr 14 Aidan is a SEAL, and he’s known Sage all her life. They’re very good friends, but they’ve never taken the ultimate step. Sage is a flake, or so the text tells us. When we meet her […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Rock It (Rulebreakers, Book 1) by Jennifer Chance New Adult published by Loveswept 4 Mar 14 This is the first book by Jennifer Chance that I’ve read. I’m afraid it didn’t work for me.
Tweet LynneC’s review of Pregnant by Morning by Kat Cantrell Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Desire 1 Jan 14 I really enjoyed this book. The blurb to this is one of the most misleading I’ve read for a while, as is the title. Plus it’s a spoiler, since the pregnancy doesn’t happen until late in […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Defiant in the Desert by Sharon Kendrick Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 1 Dec 13 Sharon Kendrick’s Defiant in the Desert is definitely a book of two halves, as our football pundits over here have it. I nearly stopped reading after the first few chapters, and the dislike engendered for […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Expecting a Bolton Baby (Bolton Brothers, Book 3) by Sarah M. Anderson Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Desire 1 Nov 13 At last, a book I enjoyed thoroughly and lost time in. I thought this year was a plethora of C reads. Had I lost my enthusiasm for Presents and Desire books? […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Do or Die (Reluctant Heroes, Book 1) by Suzanne Brockmann Romantic Suspense published by Ballantine Books 4 Feb 14 Where do I start? Ah, with backstory. I really love Suzanne Brockmann’s books. I loved the Team Ten series she did for Harlequin and the Troubleshooters series. I read every one, and […]