“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 . . .”
“As a novel about a woman putting her life back together after a midlife crisis, Vanity Fare is a fun, witty book with an engaging heroine.”
“The Chocolate Kiss is a Parisian confection filled with delights.”
“Ms. Palmer makes her story work . . . moving it along at a fast clip.”
“Sarah MacLean has crafted a very funny, very sexy romp through mid 19th century England . . .”
“Tangled Web isn’t a terrible book, but it suffers from a split personality.”
“. . . written with unusual tenderness and grace. . . . Everybody’s damaged . . . and love is never as simple as chocolate or vanilla.”
“The characters are sharply defined, the dialogue bright, and the narrative funny and interesting.”
“Come Fly With Me invites the reader to take an airborne journey with an engaging pair of lovers to discover the beauties of the Alaskan frontier.”
“. . . a satisfying read tidily concluding the storyline—but also ending with a cliffhanger that will undoubtedly lead to another book.”
“If Emma could have had all the sex and intrigue that Austen implied she desired, she might have been Carissa Portland in My Scandalous Viscount.”
“. . . the story is a good one.”
“Tiffany Reisz understands that love hurts, and for some, pain can set them free.”
“‘Potential’ is the operative word here.”
“. . . a story of self-discovery, of friendship lost and reclaimed, . . . both compelling and real.”
“. . . glimpses of insight and understanding . . . ”
It is hopeful that Belfast Girls is a prelude to greater things to come.
“Loretta Chase has created a character so clever, so devious, and so artful that she deceives herself right out of her own story. . . .