Caught in a Mad Bromance – Dark Lover In Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters (bear with me, I’m going somewhere with this) the witches of Lancre bless the child Tomjon with three gifts: to make friends easily, to always remember the words, and to be who he thinks he is. I ... more >
Dear Ms. Crane: I read your romantic suspense novel the day after I (very belatedly) saw Skyfall. For plot and passion, I prefer your novel, Against the Dark. (I’m still not clear on the plot in Skyfall or why a woman who’d been a sex slave wouldn’t freak out when ... more >
Dear Ms. Gray: How to Tame Your Duke has the sort of generic title I approach with caution. (If it referenced a movie or a children’s book, I’d run screaming from the room.) Since your name was on my radar, I decided the book was worth a try. It turned ... more >
When Ginny Holland’s daughter heads off to university, Ginny is left with a severe case of empty nest syndrome. To make matters worse, the first gorgeous man she’s laid eyes on in years has just accused her of shoplifting. So, in need of a bit of company, Ginny decides to ... more >
The recommended read review of the long awaited release "Heart of Obsidian". It will answer many questions and leave you with many more. An intense reading experience.
Dear Ms. Ashley: Lanie Heron is a survivor. She survived loving her man so much, she took a bullet for him. She survived his betrayal and involvement in the mob. She survived choosing to stand by him and nearly getting killed. She survived her childhood, complete with philandering father and ... more >