Posts Tagged ‘Signet’
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 way [...]
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, and [...]
Sandy M’s review of Back to You (Bad Boys of Red Hook, Book 1) by Robin Kaye Contemporary Romance reissued by Signet 31 Dec 12 I’m a bit perplexed at my reaction to this book. Every Robin Kaye story I’ve read so far I’ve had the best time with. But from the cover to the [...]
Sandy M’s review of Perfect Timing (Harringon/Kendrick/Coulter Series, Book 11) by Catherine Anderson Contemporary Time Travel Romance published by Signet 26 Feb 13 I’ve read only the first two books in this series, and that was years ago. I thoroughly enjoyed them and have lamented the fact that I didn’t push on and catch up [...]
Sandy M’s review of Fall For Me (Danvers, Book 3) by Sydney Landon Contemporary Romance published by Signet 26 Feb 13 I have to give Sydney Landon props for creating memorable characters. It’s been a few months since my reviews of the first two books in this series, and before I began reading this lastest [...]
Sandy M’s review of A Magical Christmas by Heather Graham Contemporary Paranormal Romance published by Signet 6 Nov 12 I’ve not read many Heather Graham books, despite the number in my TBR mountain. But I have read at least one of her Christmas stories, A Season of Miracles, years ago and loved it. So when [...]
Sandy M’s Duckies Do Series review of the Danvers Series by Sydney Landon Contemporary Romance published by Signet Dec 12 – Feb 13 I always look forward to reading new authors. It’s exciting to discover a fresh voice in Romanceland. So when it came to my attention Penguin picked up Sydney Landon and her Danvers series, [...]
Sandy M’s review of Come Fly with Me (Alaskan Nights, Book 2) by Addison Fox Contemporary Romance published by Signet 6 Nov 12 I’m angry with myself for not reading the first book in this series, Baby, It’s Cold Outside. I had every intention of sitting down with it, and then one thing led to [...]
Veena’s review of My Lady Mage by Alexis Morgan Paranormal Romance published by Signet 03 July 12 RWA in Anaheim was my very own fantasy where I got to meet a lot of old friends who have earned their place on my bookshelf, as well as a lot of new friends whom I look forward [...]
Sandy M’s review of A Hunger So Wild (Renegade Angels, Book 2) by Sylvia Day Paranormal Romance published by Signet 3 Jul 12 I could read Sylvia Day every day the rest of my life and be quite happy and content. I’ve not read a book of hers yet that has disappointed me, but if [...]
Sandy M’s review of Werewolf in Seattle (Wild About You, Book 4) by Vicki Lewis Thompson Paranormal Romance published by Signet 3 Apr 12 I’ve really enjoyed reading Vicki Lewis Thompson’s paranormals, and she continues with her Wild About You series with a gentle and sensitive alpha werewolf who gets an attitude adjustment in his [...]
Sandy M’s review of Avenger’s Angel (Lost Angels, Book 1) by Heather Killough-Walden Paranormal Romance published by Signet 1 Nov 11 Goodness, I have to say Heather Killough-Walden keeps the twists and turns coming in this first book of her new Lost Angels series. I like the concept of the four favorite Archangels being given [...]
Sandy M’s review of Touch of Crimson (Renegade Angel Series, Book 1) by Sylvia Day Paranormal Romance published by Signet 4 Oct 11 HAVE YOU READ THIS BOOK YET??????
Liviania’s review of Frostbound (The Dark Forgotten, Book 4) by Sharon Ashwood Paranormal Romance published by Signet 7 Jun 11 Sharon Ashwood knows how to write a fun paranormal romance. Much of Frostbound would be cause for an angst fest in other hands. But Ashwood’s characters aren’t the kind to revel in their own misery.
Laura C’s review of Revenge at Bella Terra (Bella Terra, Book 2) by Christina Dodd Contemporary Romance/Romantic Suspense published by Signet 06 Sep 11 Eli De Luca has been blackmailed into convincing Chloë Conte to marry him. He tells himself he’ll be good to her, that she’ll never want for anything and she’ll never know [...]