Posts Tagged ‘St. Martin’s Press’
Tweet Veena’s review of Night’s Blaze (Dark Kings, Books 1-4) by Donna Grant Paranormal Romance published by St. Martin’s Press 31 Mar 15 This is a great series where each book peels away hidden layers and secrets in the story, thus keeping the reader hooked. As I’ve read and enjoyed each book in the series, there’s […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Dark Bites (Dark Hunter, Book 24) by Sherrilyn Kennyon Paranormal Romance published by St. Martins Press 21 Jan 14 I am not a huge fan of short stories unless they’re freebies you download. I’ve always felt a collection of this nature is just another way to package and commercialize little tidbits […]
Tweet Liviania’s review of Fifth Grave Past the Light (Charley Davidson, Book 5) by Darynda Jones Urban fantasy published by St. Martin’s Press 9 July 13 I am a sucker for a good bargain, which is why I bought the ebook of First Grave on the Right when it was on sale. I’d heard all […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Sleep No More: An Eve Duncan Novel (Book 12) by Iris Johansen Romantic Suspense published by St. Martins Press 16 Oct 12 I have been reading author Iris Johansen’s beautifully emotional love stories since she was writing for Lovespell and transitioned into her contemporaries when she created the character of Eve […]
Tweet Laura C’s review of Cheri on Top by Susan Donovan Contemporary Romance published by St. Martin’s Press 30 Aug 11 Cheri Newberry goes home to take over the family business, a failing newspaper. In an era of electronic communication, it should be no surprise that the newspaper is going under, but Cheri–who’s had experience […]
Tweet Dinca’s review of The Snow Globe by Sheila Roberts Paranormal Romance published by St. Martin’s Press 26 Oct 10 Sheila Roberts has written a delightful story about three girlfriends in need of a little magic in their lives.
Tweet LauraJ’s review of Knock Me For A Loop by Heidi Betts Contemporary Romance published by St. Martin’s Press 2 Feb 1o I have a confession to make…I read this book when it first came out. But when I read it, I really just wanted to read it without reading it to critique it. I […]
Tweet Ash’s review of Forbidden Highlander (Dark Sword, Book 2) by Donna Grant Paranormal romance published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks 25 May 10 I am happy to say I enjoyed Forbidden Highlander much more than Dangerous Highlander. I think there should be more books combining highlanders with paranormal, and I was sad that I didn’t […]
Tweet Limecello’s review of Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa Kleypas Contemporary romance released by St. Martin’s Press on 31 Apr 09 I read this book in less than five hours. I read it instead of writing my thesis/article which was due the next day. I think this book may have moved Lisa Kleypas to the […]
Tweet Please welcome to the Pond today the wonderfully talented and funny Heidi Betts. Her latest book Tangled Up in Love was released on February 3, 2009, and is the first book in her Chicks with Sticks trilogy. Love Me, Love Me Knot will be released in August 2009 and Knock Me For a Loop […]
Tweet Liviania’s review of Plum Spooky (Between-the-Numbers Stephanie Plum) by Janet Evanovich Contemporary mystery released by St. Martin’s 6 Jan 09 The Between-the-Numbers Stephanie Plum books have always been fun but less satisfying that those in the actual series. For one thing, none of the previous three cleared 200 pages. There’s only so much you […]
Tweet This just in… For months now I have been anxiously awaiting Heidi Betts’ new book, Tangled Up in Love, a contemporary romantic comedy from St. Martin’s Press, to hit shelves. Well, finally today is the day.
Tweet I really like Lisa Kleypas‘s novels. I’m sure you all know that. I don’t know Ms. Kleypas as a person, but I’m sure I’d like her in real life as well. Regardless, I can wax poetic on a number of her novels. Prince of Dreams, Dreaming of You, Suddenly You, and Because You’re Mine […]
Tweet This just in… St. Martin’s Press and MacMillan Audio have got a great giveaway going on! Win a combination of galleys of Chelsea Cain’s recent books featuring her intriguing hero and heroine, Archie and Gretchen.