Posts Tagged ‘Sharon Kendrick’
LynneC’s review of A Scandal, A Secret, A Baby by Sharon Kendrick Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 19 Feb 13 I let myself get drawn back in, didn’t I? I should have known better. The first book in the series didn’t work for me, so why should the second?
LynneC’s review of Back in the Headlines by Sharon Kendrick Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 13 Nov 12 Only the hero and heroine do everything to avoid it, so the title is a bit of a misnomer. While I often enjoy Sharon Kendrick’s books, this one is a bit ho-hum for me. A shame, [...]
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 Too Proud To Be Bought by Sharon Kendrick Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents 23 Aug 11 Sharon Kendrick is a writer of extremes. She can write books that make you want to scream in frustration or books that give you the rare “happy sigh” moment. This is a happy-sigh book, and [...]
LynneC’s review of Shameful Secret, Shotgun Wedding by Sharon Kendrick Contemporary Romance published by Harlequin Presents Extra 9 Nov 10 Kendrick specializes in ultra-alphas, but sometimes comes up with a story with more depth and feeling. Count me out as a lover of the Sheikh and Stable Girl book, but this one I enjoyed much [...]
Limecello’s review of The Italian Billionaire’s Secretary Mistress by Sharon Kendrick Contemporary romance released by Harlequin Presents 1 Jan 10 Yes, I hate the title. Yes, the image at the top of Sharon Kendrick’s website creeps me out. But. Yes, I love the secretary-boss romance. Maybe because I don’t in real life, so the fictional [...]
Lynne Connolly‘s review of Sicilian Husband, Unexpected Baby by Sharon Kendrick Harlequin Modern/Presents released by Harlequin on 1 Oct 08 Emma has walked out of her marriage with the controlling Vincenzo Cardini, after a doctor tells her she is infertile and she fails to tell Vincenzo. But nine months later, she gives birth to a [...]
2008 is the National Year of Reading in the UK. It is about celebrating reading in all its forms and highlighting the importance of libraries. It is about encouraging parents to read to their children, and people in general just to read.