“. . . a fast-paced thrill ride . . .”
Chrysander Notos is one of the Anemoi, a god of the winds.
“. . . a well written, engaging historical romance about the power of love to change two people for the better . . .”
Many women have issues with their weight and can relate to Holly Brennan’s situation.
“. . . a genuine pleasure to read.”
“Was everyone’s life one thing to society and, at its heart, something else entirely?”
“And to bed they go. And to couch, and to lawn, . . .
“Anything But Sweet draws the reader into the fantasy of a small town where people view each other’s quirks and foibles with affection, . . .”
“. . . long, depressing, and plodding.”
“Irene Hannon knows the power of words and the miracle of faith.”
“The authors do a good job of evoking a sense of place and a life’s pace, but could have taken a page from the books of their predecessors on this road by creating memorable, believable cha
“. . . a splendid tale of one man’s determination . . . to be the best in his chosen profession . . . and to find love.”
“. . . funny, romantic, a bit racy, and definitely enjoyable.”
“. . . an enjoyable Regency romance . . .”
“. . . a gentle, homey story . . .”
“. . . a pleasant afternoon’s diversion. . . .”
“. . . a harmless romp.”
It can be tough to be a man in Icicle Falls, especially if you’ve reached your mid- to late-thirties and you’re still unmarried.
“Ms. Davis’s novella . . . gives 50 Shades of Grey a run for its money.”
Love it or hate it, sex sells.
“The Search leaves the reader educated in K9 search and rescue procedures and the details of dog training, but a little confused about the storyline.”
“. . . fairy tale love, after all.”
Genevieve McInnis is a woman whose life is in deep turmoil.
“Children of Liberty might hold some intrigue for those interested in Alexander’s parentage, but it’s unlikely to hold the attention of most anyone else.”
“. . . a love song to self-absorption.”
“. . . a delightful book, filled with humorous fish-out-of-water scenes, bright dialogue, and fast-moving action.”
“. . . predictable and dry.”
Twice Tempted is the second book in Jeaniene Frost’s Night Prince series, an extension of her Night Huntress series.
“. . . a highly enjoyable, intelligently written story.”
David Anderson has been an agent of death—a grim reaper—for the past 60 years.
“. . . a solidly entertaining Edwardian novel that will clearly appeal to fans of PBS’s Downton Abbey.”
It’s 1913, and the Buxton girls are in a quandary.
“[a] fast-paced novella . . . [with] a real story . . .”