Yep, next week will be a week full of awful books. Sorry about that.
Dear Mrs. Styles, After years of Harlequin Historicals that made me think the only past acceptable for romance authors to write about was the Regency time frame, we finally (finally!) seem to be getting more of a range of eras. Praise Him (or Her, if that’s your preference) from whom ... more >
Dear Ms. Banks, You know what made me buy this book? Some people had commented on how closely it paralleled Shiloh Walker’s My Best Friend’s Lover. I had to buy the book myself to see if those accusations were true. See how well controversy sells? Suffice to say that these ... more >
Dear Ms. Michaels, I’ve not tried any of your books before but after finishing “Marriage by Design” I plan on changing that. It has a lot of elements I like and avoided some of the typical romance pitfalls that I abhor. It’s not without some niggles but they’re fairly minor ... more >
Dear Ms. LaFoy, I’d enjoyed lots of your historicals and was curious to see how well you’d do with a contemporary. The answer is well enough that I’d love to see you write more of these. I enjoy sports romances and even though I didn’t know too much about ice ... more >
Dear Ms. Chase, I haven't always gushed over your books. Captives of the Night failed to captivate me, and it was a struggle for me to finish The Lion's Daughter. I even admit that although I enjoyed Lord of Scoundrels, I've also puzzled over the fact that so many readers ... more >