Dear Ms. York, I picked up your book because I saw a Tweet about its release that indicated a book that could fit into the NA category while containing an LGBTQ protagonist and/or romance within the story. Your debut novel,… more
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(This “Retro Romance” is an ebook reprint of a RITA finalist originally published in 1986) Dear Ms. Rawlings: I’m trying to decide whether this counts as a bodice-ripper or not. I know I started whimpering piteously about a third of… more
Janine: This epically long disucssion is the second of our joint reviews of Patricia Gaffney’s Wyckerley books, originally published in the mid 1990s and recently reissued in electronic editions. The review of the first book, To Love and to Cherish,… more
“Peek-a-boo I see you… When five-year-old Helen Stephens witnesses her mother’s murder, her whole world comes crumbling down. Rejected by her extended family, Helen is handed over to child services and learns to trust no-one but herself. Twenty years later,… more
Dear Ms. Packard: I liked everything about this book from the tall, athletic heroine who had some body issues but still loved herself to the baseball hero who was coming out of a bad place in his life. Most importantly… more
This month’s book club pick was reviewed by Jennie and we’ve reposted it today for a refresher. Grant debuted with a magnificent historical novel, A Lady Awakened, at the very end of 2011. Since then we’ve been treated to two more… more