Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Morgan’
LynneC’s review of Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by HQN 29 Oct 13 This is Sarah Morgan’s first book for HQN – which means a longer length and more Morgan goodness! It’s a very, very Christmassy book. It’s set in a snow resort, and there are people who cook [...]
Veena’s review of Lost to the Desert Warrior by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by HQN 20 Aug 13 This book appears to be a typical hot desert romance with a handsome sheikh and a shy virgin, but as I found when I actually got between the pages, there is a lot more to it [...]
LynneC’s review of An Invitation to Sin by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 21 May 13 The last time Sarah Morgan contributed to a continuity series, I was a tad disappointed, but I enjoyed this one very much. It’s a problem when a writer with a voice as distinctive as Morgan is [...]
It’s been a puzzle for a while – when does a trope turn into one person’s intellectual property? A judgment in Texas has recently come closer to the answer.
LynneC’s review of Sold to the Enemy by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 22 Jan 13 Sarah Morgan is all about the heroine. Don’t get me wrong, her heroes are gorgeous, alpha, strong, handsome, all that, and they are bemused when they meet the woman they’ll eventually marry, because she sweeps him [...]
LynneC’s review of Woman in a Sheikh’s World by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 13 Nov 12 Sarah Morgan never fails to deliver. Her slick, deceptively simple writing style and engaging characters lead the reader on from one scene to the next. And out of all the authors in the Presents/Modern line, [...]
LynneC’s review of Defying the Prince by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 21 Aug 12 This is a book in the Santini series, which I’ve read with mixed success, but this one is definitely a goodie. Morgan delineated a character you shouldn’t like, you shouldn’t root for, but I ended up hoping [...]
LynneC’s review of Once A Ferarra Wife by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 24 Jan 12 Sarah Morgan is a great Mills and Boon writer. Her books contain real characters and fresh takes on the standard Mills and Boon tropes. I know I’m in for a good read when I pick up [...]
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.
LynneC’s review of Doukakis’s Apprentice by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 20 Sept 11 Sarah Morgan writes books about poor but feisty heroines and rich but unjerky heroes. Although she uses the usual Harlequin/Mills and Boon tropes, she uses them intelligently, to illuminate the characters, rather than by rote, to get through [...]
LynneC’s review of Tortured Rake (Bad Blood Collection, Book 1) by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Mills and Boon Modern Romance 1 May 11 Sarah Morgan leads off the first in a new series from Mills and Boon. Although I usually love her books, this time there are some elements that don’t work for [...]
LynneC’s review of The Twelve Nights of Christmas by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 9 Nov 10 I state upfront that earlier this year I met Sarah at an RNA ‘do, and we had a lovely chat. But I loved her books before and I love them now, and so I’m doing [...]
LynneC’s review of Dare She Date The Dreamy Doc? by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Medical Romance published by Mills and Boon 2 Jul 10 Whoever invented that title needs to be shot. Twice. Don’t let it put you off reading the story, because once you get past that, it’s a really enjoyable read. And the cover [...]
Lynne Connolly’s review of One Night, Nine-Month Scandal by Sarah Morgan Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 1 Sep 10 This is a great example of what a good Presents/Modern should be: exotic location, sexy hero, likeable heroine, and a story about emotions with a nice dash of humor in the mix.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn’t mean the Harlequin Digital Team has any shortage of exciting news to share with TGTBTU readers! What does the team have in store for the cold winter nights? Well how about a special coupon code for TGTBTU readers, several e-book bundles and series [...]