Posts Tagged ‘Novella’
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Gunslinger by Lorraine Heath Historical Western Romance novella published by Avon Impulse 24 June 14 I’ve been having a great time lately with historical western romances, and Lorraine Heath keeps that trend going with this revamped, reissued novella, which appeared in the To Tame a Texan anthology back in 1999. Whether […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Holiday Survival Guide by Jane O’Reilly Contemporary Romance novella ebook published by Harlequin Escape 1 Jan 14 This novella is about a man running from his problems and a woman who assuages her own guilt by wrecking other people’s marriages. It does tackle controversial issues like abortion but in a […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Scandal Before Christmas (Reckless Brides, Book 3.5) by Elizabeth Essex Historical Romance novella published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 8 Oct 13 This is my first Elizabeth Essex book, and I’m quite unhappy about that. I really enjoyed these characters, how they meet, which would never have happened under normal circumstances, […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Her Christmas Wish (from the Wishing for a Cowboy Anthology) by Tracy Garrett Western Romance anthology novella published by Amazon Digital Services 27 Oct 13 It’s been much too long since I’ve read Tracy Garrett. She writes westerns just they way should be written, with sexy cowboys and the strong and […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Afterburn by Sylvia Day Contemporary Romance e-novella published by Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin 15 Aug 13 I always kick myself when I delay reading a Syliva Day book. It’s never an intentional delay, just things popping up that keep me from enjoying myself so much for several hours. […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Ten Reasons to Stay (School for Heiresses, Book 3) by Sabrina Jefferies Historical Romance ebook novella reissued by Pocket Star 06 May 13 So what does an heiress, who is also a horse thief, have in common with an earl, who is half Indian? Regardless of how many reasons one can […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Accidental Duchess by Sandy Blair Historical Romance novella published by Winn-Hampton Press 21 Mar 13 I have such fun when reading Sandy Blair’s books. This is the one story of hers I’d not read until now, so I’m very glad it’s been reissued. I so enjoy the way Ms. […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Deck the Halls with Love (Lords of Pembrook, Book 2.5) by Lorraine Heath Historical Romance novella published by Avon Impulse 22 Jan 13 I have to admit that I didn’t think about the Marquess of Chetwyn being hero of his own story when I read him in Lord of Temptation. […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of The Navy SEAL’s Promise by Soraya Lane Contemporary Romance novella ebook (Amazon only) published by Soraya Lane 27 Sep 12 Soraya Lane has written several books for Harlequin Romance, many of which I have enjoyed, and with her first self-published effort she delivers a light holiday read featuring […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Fatal Heat by Lisa Marie Rice Erotic Romantic Suspense novella published by Avon Impulse 8 Nov 11 I always love heroes written by Lisa Marie Rice. Give me a hero like Max Wright, alpha, determined, strong, but still tender and gentle, and I’m a very happy reader. It then follows […]
Tweet C2’s review of Winning the Wallflower (Fairy Tales Series, Book 2.5) by Eloisa James Historical Romance published by Avon 6 Dec 11 What happens when a recently-engaged (to a gentlemen in trade) wallflower suddenly inherits a fortune? Suddenly her parents have much higher expectations for her marriage possibilities. But what about her current fiance? […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Panther’s Lair by Esmerelda Bishop eBook novella released by Carina Press 28 June 10 The Panther’s Lair is a pleasant read rather than innovative and exciting, and you know how hard it is to write those kind of reviews.
Tweet Ash’s review of Break by Tarra Blaize Paranormal romance novella eBook released by Samhain 25 May 2010 I’ve always appreciated a hero, or heroine, who does what they need to do without drowning in guilt . Break has that with Gethin, a hot blood demon. While he is a good guy, he’s not afraid […]
Tweet Limecello’s review of Too Hot to Print by Stephanie Bond Contemporary romance released by Harlequin Blaze 1 Jan 10 I have to say, I was somewhat disappointed with this story. I felt that it was more a brief than a novella, and rather mislabeled. I’ll explain more below. However, I do want to point […]
Tweet Lynne Connolly‘s review of Rot by Michele Lee Horror fiction novella released by Skullvines Press Aug 2009 Rot isn’t my usual kind of read. It isn’t a romance, or at any rate, not a genre romance. It does contain romantic elements, though and it’s an interesting and well written novella.