Dear Ms. Milan: Toward the end of the review it is going to sound like I didn’t like this book but that would be the wrong impression. I did like this book. I liked it but in a lot of ways I found Mark, like his older brother Ash, to ... more >
Dear Ms. Graham: I can’t say I ever understood the motivations of the characters in this story. Five years after being jilted, literally at the altar, Valente Lorenzatto is putting the final touches on his revenge against Caroline Bailey nee Hales. Five years ago Valente was a lorrie truck driver ... more >
Dear Ms. Sparks, Seeing the title of your book, I couldn’t WAIT to find out exactly why a modern woman in a paranormal would still be a virgin. Anecdotally, I’ve found that virgins in paranormals are rare, and finding one is like hitting the lottery, even more so if the ... more >
Dear Ms. Ione: My first introduction to your work was in the ACRO series penned with writing partner, Stephanie Tyler under the psuedonym of Sydney Croft. While I didn’t know much about your stand alone writing in the Demonica series, it debuted during a time in which I was a ... more >
Dear Ms. King. Although brilliantly written, with stunningly well-drawn characters, and a very compelling plot, this book was difficult to read. It wasn’t a happy-go-lucky, care-free, lift-you-up read. It was difficult and depressing. So while I couldn’t put it down, and I thought about it for days and weeks after ... more >
The LiveJournal community of “Found Objects” posted this awesome 1965 publication “The Recently Deflowered Girl” with illustrations. Set aside about 30 minutes and all beverages. I would like to see a recreation of this for all romance sub-genres. Thanks bec and others for the linkage.