Across the Universe is a debut young adult novel. The story is set aboard the spaceship Godspeed, bound for a new planet, 250 years in the future.
The Scent of Jasmine is a fabulous story about wonderfully created characters engaging in an intriguing adventure while discovering passion and love.
Wedding of the Season is not a part of Laura Lee Guhrke’s Girl-Bachelor series, but the start of the new Abandoned at the Altar series.
By now, Jayne Ann Krentz fans know whether they like her Arcane Society books or not.
The Lady Most Likely . . . isn’t a typical anthology. While three different stories that could stand on their own comprise this book, they also blend into one tale.
The Lost Saint is the second book of a young adult trilogy, continuing the story of The Dark Divine.
One of the great mysteries of faith is how God does not play favorites with his love. It is not parceled out based on the severity of one’s personal struggles.
International war correspondent Dinah Davis faces many horrors in her career, but when she comes face to face with a terrifyingly tragic event, she finds herself overwhelmed.
Though readers might be more familiar with her New York Times bestselling House of Night novels, P. C.
In Regency England, would an earl really marry his housekeeper? That is the question posed by Grace Burrowes in her debut historical romance, The Heir.
The Winter Sea is one of those novels that a reader doesn’t come across too often. It is a creative tour de force.
The Duke and the Pirate Queen has all the makings of a classically entertaining romance romp.
Perhaps The Duke’s Night of Sin can best be described as a naughty Cinderella story, with a couple of twists.
His Christmas Pleasure is several things: Well written, interesting, a story with strong characters who overcome obstacles to live the lives they want, together.
In the first book of Lorraine Heath’s latest trilogy, Stephen was portrayed as a frivolous rake who shamelessly flitted from bed to bed without conscience or indignity.
Watching an author try something risky and pull it off is one of reading’s greatest pleasures.
“The life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.”—Thomas Hobbes, English political philosopher (1588-–1679), The Leviathan
This is a novel that finishes well. That being said, the first half of the novel is a muddy bog.
Reading a book by Suzanne Enoch is like stepping into a time machine. She so adeptly transports readers back in time that it’s jarring to finish the book and realize it’s not the 1800s.
At times this story is more corny than funny, more sappy than cute. But overall, it’s a charming tale that forces readers to use a bit of imagination and is engaging until the end.
Lauren Dane first published Second Chances as a new author in 2005 with e-publisher Loose Id.
Sarah MacLean burst onto the romance scene with a charming book infused with humor and romance. She’s followed up that debut book with a story every bit as charming, witty, and romantic.
Mistletoe, long evenings beside warm fires, even the inevitable eggnog-related indiscretion: It’s no wonder that romance jumps on the holiday bandwagon like no other genre.
This final installment of Stephanie Laurens’ Black Cobra quartet of books is much like the three before it—perhaps too much like the three before it.