Dear Ms. Feehan: I haven’t bought a book written by you in years. My neighbor bought this one and offered it to me. It’s hard to turn down free books and I thought I remembered you fondly. After reading the first 100 pages, it was brought back in stark relief ... more >
George Bush gives German Chancellor an impromptu back massage at the G-8 Summit. Very appropriate. I think he must be reading too many of those Harlequin Presents Boss/Secretary books.
It looks like we’ve either scared everyone away or no one has any new loves. Out of the nominations, Jayne and I have picked the following four books. We have one more month of contests and then we’ll probably go on a contest hiatus until next year. Jayne’s picks: Shelby ... more >
Dear Ms Carras, This one starts out as a tad more like a historical novel than a historical romance. Kind of in the Plaidy/Lofts style. But the second half turns up the romance. It’s 1558 and 17 year old Jean Hamilton is a spirited Highland lass who’s been sent to ... more >
We’ve been tagged by Keishon. I suppose in the interest of full disclosure, I’ve known Keishon online for a long time. If she tags me, I best get off my butt and be responsive. I think its kind of inline, too, with the 100 bloggers blogging thing. 1. When did ... more >
Vanessa Jaye linked to an interesting blog post from Anne Frasier. Anne Frasier used to write really wonderful romances under the name of Theresa Weir. About 5 years ago she started publishing in the suspense genre. Her print runs are down and she’s a bit disappointed. Her idea is to ... more >