This is more a list of what I read last week because I don’t know what I am going to read this week. Last week I read: Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid by Maureen Driscoll. This was sent to me by the author. The pitch was really good. ... more >
Dear. Ms. Brown, If Prohibition/Jazz Age is the new Regency, I say bring it on. This is actually the third book I’ve read recently using this time period and, as far as the era goes, I’ve enjoyed them all. One is m/m, one is m/m/f but readers looking for a ... more >
Thanks to Lorelie Brown for joining us for the Intro Interview, and to Samhain Publishing for the giveaway copies of Jazz Baby. The winners are: Laura B. Bettie Pearl Contact Alyson H. at daintrointerview AT gmail DOT com. Happy reading!
When it comes to careers, neither the hero nor the heroine of Lorelie Brown's Jazz Baby have quite "found bliss." Micah is a Prohibition enforcement agent, disillusioned by the realities of his job; Kate runs a swanky speak-easy she inherited rather than chose. It's a set-up for a star-crossed lovers ... more >