Posts Tagged ‘October 2012’
Tweet Sandy M’s Duckies Do Series Review of the Key Trilogy by Nora Roberts Paranormal Romance audiobooks published by Brilliance Audio Jan 09 – Oct 12 I’ve been trying to get back into listening to the multitude of audiobooks I have in a box in the trunk of my car, in the garage, and no […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of A Father’s Secret by Yvonne Lindsay Contemporary Romance published Harlequin Desire 2 Oct 12 This is a very emotional read. Both the hero and heroine have their own set of unique miseries that bond them together. I never managed to like the hero, but I find it an interesting storyline and […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Lover Reborn (Black Dagger Brotherhood, Book 11) by J.R. Ward Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy published by Signet 2 Oct 12 I know there’s been some flak over the last few books in this series, folks aren’t liking the lack of romance, feel there’s less connection to characters, or don’t like the […]
Tweet Willa’s review of Scorched (Tracer Series, Book 6) by Laura Griffin Romantic Suspense published by Pocket Books 30 Oct 12 I am a huge fan of Laura Griffin’s Tracer series and when I found out that the couple in Scorched were Gabe and Kelsey from an earlier novella – Unstoppable- I was thrilled that […]
Tweet Willa’s review of Beauty and the Bounty Hunter (Once Upon a Time in the West, Book 3) by Lori Austin Historical Western Romance published by Signet 2 Oct 12 I love a good historical western. The open range, the ranches, the stretching of my mind to a time when there were no cars, computers, […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of A Precious Inheritance by Paula Roe Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Desire 2 Oct 12 There is a lot of passion between the pages and linen sheets of this book. It is very enjoyable to read about the rich people having passion for something other than what comes with a life […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of Light and Shade : Conversations with Jimmy Page by Brad Tolinski Nonfiction/Autobiography published by Crown Oct 12 I’m writing a series about rock musicians, Nightstar, so I’ve been immersing myself in rock music and stories about the musicians. Some of my wasted youth was spent hanging around rock musicians (no, not […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of Unclaimed Bride by Lauri Robinson Harlequin Historical published by Harlequin 16 Oct 12 Cute. Sweet. Adorable. How many adjectives can I put in here? Oh well, how about one more. It is an adorable little tale. Starts out in England and ends in Wyoming by way of New York and Virginia. […]
Tweet LynneC’s review of The Price of Retribution by Sara Craven Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents Extra 1 Oct 12 Sara Craven is Old School. Really, really Old School. So I’ll say from the outset that if you love Harlequin romances as they used to be, you will adore this one. It didn’t do […]
Tweet Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of His Wicked Christmas Wager by Annie Burrows Historical Romance short story ebook published by Harlequin Historical Undone 01 Oct 12 Annie Burrows is one of those authors I like to read because I really feel like she gets the Regency “right.” Her stories aren’t always smashing successes for […]
Tweet We’re so glad Jennifer Ashley was able to spend the day with us recently, so huge thanks to her for her guest blog about the most challenging scenes for her to write – all for your pleasure!
Tweet Veena’s review of Prime Selection (The Prime Chronicles, Book 2) by Monette Michaels Futuristic Romance published by Liquid Silver Books 29 Oct 12 It was an excrutiatingly long time coming, but Huw and Nadia’s love story is finally here and it does a terrific job of delivering on the promise from the first book […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of Ballroom Blitz by Lorelie James Contemporary Erotic Romance ebook published by Samhain 2 Oct 12 I know Lorelei James is known for her erotic romances, her cowboys. But what I also love about her books is her sense of humor. Aside from the fact the hero in this story can’t […]
Tweet Gwen’s review of Iced (Dani O’Malley, Book 1) by Karen Marie Moning Urban Fantasy published by Delacorte Press 30 Oct 12 Yes. It’s me. I have returned to review this book for Sybil and the other ducks at TGTBTU. Let me open this review by telling you that I’m a huge KMM fan. She’s […]
Tweet Ash’s review of Poison Princess (Arcana Chronicles book 1) by Kresley Cole Young Adult published by Simon and Schuster 2 Oct 12 Kresley Cole decides to try her hand at young adult, and she has definitely succeeded, in my opinion. I couldn’t put Poison Princess down until the last page was read.