Posts Tagged ‘Sybil’
Tweet Sybil’s review of Family Affair by Debbie Macomber Contemporary Romance published by William Morrow 04 Jan 11 This is yet another reissue of a New York Times Best Selling author in hardcover. Family Affair was first published in 1994 in an anthology and here stands alone. This is my first time reading the story […]
Tweet Sybil’s review of Never Love a Lawman by Jo Goodman Historical Western Romance from Zebra 1 Sep 09 I often speak of my love of historical western romance, almost as much as I talk about how much I adore Jo Goodman’s books. So when I hear the title of her next book was Never […]
Tweet Five years later… it is like crossing the great divide you are AWED and AMAZED you made it to the otherside Or we can say it is in honor of KristieJ’s nifty guest post up at Sue Grimshaw’s TrueRomance Blog. Regardless… Cheryl St.John is just happy she can stop asking me where the winners […]
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Tweet Our three blog hosts cum Western Romance experts have taken the time to tell you a little more about their thoughts and feelings concerning this beloved genre of theirs. So sit back and have fun with these ladies as they answer the same questions from their very differing points of view!
Tweet I admit when Kristie J emailed I pretty much said yes before I finished the email because it was Kristie and she said the code word – WESTERNS. I envy those of you who were around for the high ‘trend’ of the western. Lucky for me so many of you have recommended such amazing […]
Tweet One day I am soooo not going to say whatever is on my mind. That day wasn’t today…
Tweet Well it isn’t ALL her fault and I do plan on bringing up the EVER loved topic of reviews more later but avid reader posted about Susan Wiggs Fireside reviews on you know THAT PLACE…. ::whispers::amazon::/whispers:: and her response to a few bad reviews.
Tweet Sybil’s review of Kept (Gemini Men, Book 2) by Jami Alden Romantic Suspense released by Brava 24 Feb 09 Derek is the serious, straight-laced brother and Ethan’s twin. He is the rule follower and the one you can count on. All in all, I didn’t have any expectations of Kept other than I needed […]
Tweet Sybil’s Review of Caught (Gemini Men, Book 1) by Jami Alden Romantic Suspense released by Brava 1 Oct 08 I first became interested in this series back when Jami Alden told us about her new Brava trilogy. The excerpt grabbed me. What can I say? I am a sucker for a smartass heroine. I […]
Tweet Sybil’s review of Fragile by Shiloh Walker Romantic Suspense released by Berkley Trade 3 Feb 09 Suspense was one of my first book crushes. It is really rather shocking I didn’t fall into reading romantic suspense right away or that I don’t do more of it now. I think it falls under ‘too many […]
Tweet Sybil’s review of Highland Warrior (The Campbell Trilogy, Book 1) by Monica McCarty Historical Romance released by Ballantine 27 Jan 09 Highland Warrior is the first novel in Monica McCarty’s 2nd back to back Scottish trilogy. Before I do anything I must give mad props to Monica for the amount of research she has […]
Tweet Here at the Pond, we have an e-mail loop. In theory, I think Sybil meant for it as a way for all of us to communicate easily, and keep on top of the various goings-on around TGTBTU. In actuality? Yeah, it’s pretty much the time-suck from Hell. Case in point, yesterday Sandy sent a […]
Tweet Sybil’s review of The Sins of Lord Easterbrook (The Rothwell Series, Book 4) by Madeline Hunter Historical romance released by Dell 27 Jan 09 The Sins of Lord Easterbrook is a novel I have been waiting for since “the end” of The Rules of Seduction. Christian, Marquess of Easterbrook is a puzzle, an enigma, […]