Posts Tagged ‘Maisey Yates’
Tweet Liviania’s review of Fifth Avenue Trilogy by Maisey Yates, Caitlin Crews, & Kate Hewitt Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 1 Jun 14–1 Aug 14 Harlequin Presents’ Fifth Avenue trilogy promises revenge and sex among New York City’s elite. I initially assumed that this trilogy was Harlequin’s way of getting a little Fifty Shades of […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of A Hunger For The Forbidden by Maisey Yates Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 19 Nov 13 This is the story of the bride who ran out on her wedding day at the very start of the Corretti series, and it’s a doozy.
Tweet LynneC’s review of His Ring Is Not Enough by Maisey Yates Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 20 Aug 13 Maisey Yates specializes in angsty heroes and heroines. In this one it’s the hero who is particularly conflicted, but while I enjoy reading angst, there are a few things about this book that didn’t […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Hajar’s Hidden Legacy by Maisey Yates Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 07 Aug 12 Either my reading tastes have changed or else Harlequin Presents’ have. I suspect it might be a little a both. Whatever it is, I’m quickly finding myself addicted to this line that is […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Petrov Proposal by Maisey Yates Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Desire 24 Jan 12 Maisey Yates is one of my go-to authors and while she didn’t disappoint with this book, it isn’t as amazing as last year’s Highest Price to Pay. It is still a highly enjoyable read.
Tweet I can’t say that 2011 was a classic reading year for me. So many train wrecks and meh books. But I read a lot, and even in a good year I’ll have something to celebrate. Sooo, here we go.
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Highest Price To Pay by Maisey Yates Contemporary Romance published by Mills and Boon Modern 1 Aug 11 This is a terrific book. Instead of dealing with the non-issue of an African-French man and a Caucasian American woman, it deals with what lies beneath the skin. I love that a […]