Hallie Hartley is finally able to start a life of her own. She has completed her training as a physical therapist and plans to pay off the debt on her family home and begin living.
Prairie Dawn Raines has problems, and they don’t end with being (probably) named after a Muppet. After a tough and troubled childhood at the hands of neglectful, hippie parents, P.
It’s summertime, so the living should be easy, right? Well, not so much for Sophie Anderson, the heroine of Nancy Thayer’s new beach book, The Guest Cottage.
Nora Roberts delivers yet another solid entry into the romantic suspense category with this tale of recovery from betrayal.
“Alice Simpson’s debut novel promises to be an interesting read [but] Ballroom doesn’t quite deliver on the promise.”
“Author Lowell keeps the tension building from the start, accumulating information and supposition into a lovely layer cake of mystery.
“Such a long and detailed story, The Sweetheart Rules, chock full of lovers and their animals, is also full of romance in 304 pages, including the epilogue of Swee
“. . . everything that Higgins’s fans expect: smoldering sexual tension, messy, hilarious family ties, and laugh-out-loud humor.”
“Though it starts strong, Sugar Jamison’s Thrown for a Curve falters early on.
“A romance between a 59-year-old prissy heroine and a 62-year-old grouchy hero should not be sexy.
Wrong. Dead wrong.”
“Clever plotting and equally clever dialog make Thorn and India’s story a page-turning winner.”
“ . . . an enjoyable read about a season of love in which two people come to recognize in each other the person each has been waiting for.”
“Emma Chase gives readers something very special in Tangled—a window into that mysterious . . . Male Brain.”
The Sum of All Kisses tells the story of Hugh Prentice and Sarah Pleinsworth, two people who have traveled in the same circles for years and have nothing but disdain for each other.
The Christmas Cookie Collection is a compilation of four short stories by Ms. Wilde, three previously published.
“In Wild Cards, both the premise and the hero are irresistible.”
“Funny and sexy, with depth and heart . . .”
“ . . . a spy caper and a romantic romp . . . with a chuckle or three . . .”
“True Spies is a treat of a novel.”
“ . . . a sensual romance, filled with witty dialogue and enjoyable characters.”
“The novel is well written [but] . . . can't make up for a lack of depth and character development.”
“. . . smart and sassy . . .”
“. . . 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?”