So . . . who saw School of Rock? That 2004 movie with Jack Black? Anyone . . . anyone? Bueller?
Philip Carlo is no stranger to violence and death.
What is the place of place in our lives? More specifically, what is the place of place in our romantic lives?
Reading an Orhan Pamuk novel sometimes feels more like studying a painting or experiencing a work of architecture.
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.
Assassin-turned-time-traveler Toby O’Dare is back in Of Love and Evil, the second installment of Anne Rice’s Song of the Seraphim series.
Vixen is a young adult book with a new edge.
The Duke and the Pirate Queen has all the makings of a classically entertaining romance romp.
If one utters the name Monica in the U.S.A., there are only two possibilities that come to mind: Monica Lewinsky—we know what she is infamous for—and Monica from the television show “Friends.” In m
A ten-spread (20 page) board book with a nice puffy cover, All Kinds of Kisses explores, well, all kinds of kisses.
This puffy-reinforced-cover board book counts all the ways that a little girl loves up her baby—her little stuffed animal puppy.
Angel Cat Sugar, created by Yuko Shimizu and realized here in a cute Valentine’s Day offering by Ellie O’Ryan is celebrating her favorite holiday.
And I Love You is a spare, simple, and tender book about a mommy cat and her kitten.
This lighthearted board book, published in 2007, is a sweet addition to the many parent-child mutual admiration society offerings.
This latest installment in the Clifford the Big Red Dog franchise is a 20-page, 10-spread board book starring Clifford when he was a wee pup.
In Possession In Death, J.D. Robb’s segment in The Other Side anthology, Eve tells hunky husband Roarke, “I need you to give me a really open mind. I mean wide-open.”
Mary Balogh detours a bit from her usual series writing to produce a charmingly delightful book that is a must-read on every romance connoisseur’s list.
It must be read to know why.
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.
First published in 1925, the Argentinian, Lascano Tegui’s novel, On Elegance While Sleeping, was just reprinted and deftly translated into English by Idra Novey, giving an English language
Once again, hither comes Conan.
When Julia Child died in 2004 her devoted and ardent fans mourned her as if they had just lost a beloved friend.