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When Richard Slater receives a letter of complaint from one of his constituents, a Margaret Hayton, he merely responds with his standard letter of empty promises. Clearly, this woman is insane and must be avoided at all costs. But she will not be dismissed so easily, and when Richard finally ... more >
Dear Ms. Ashley: Oh, I was uncertain about this book. We met Nick Sebring in your book, Knight (incidentally, the book that launched my reviewing tenure here at Dear Author). Nick is the brother of the hero of Knight, and in that book he puts his hands on a woman (and ... more >
A desire for status has brought Ondry and Liam to a human world to trade, but dealing with humans has brought up all the old pain in Liam’s heart. Even though Ondry would do anything to protect his beloved palteia, he doesn’t know how to protect Liam from himself. Worse, ... more >
Dear Elle Kennedy, I begged Jane shamelessly for an early copy of The Score (she has connections). Your Off-Campus series is one of the best going around at the moment and I basically inhale them at the earliest opportunity. I started the book that night, was forced to actually sleep, ... more >
Dear Ms. Lerner: I read (and enjoyed) the first book in the Lively St. Lemeston series, Sweet Disorder. I hadn’t gotten around to the second book in the series yet, but when I heard that this, the third book, would feature a valet and a maid as the hero and ... more >