Dear Ms. Knight: This novella is about the size of an anthology story and gives you an opportunity to have a full fledged story. Armand is the human servant and lover of vampire Giselle Dubois. A mob comes to kill her and Armand insist’s the Giselle save herself and promises ... more >
Dear Ms. Drake: Your novella has a little more going on in terms of characterization but again because of the length, 4558 words, there isn’t much more to this story. Arielle is a witch who works for the FBI. Her partner is Jackson, a vampire. They are sent out to ... more >
Dear Ms. Heart: I am probably the wrong person to review this book as I generally don’t like short stories unless your name is O. Henry and I am not a fan of erotica. I think this is an erotica novella and not a romance but I am getting more ... more >
In light of Laura Kinsale’s rant on how political correctness is ruining the genre, I thought this was an apropos video for the week. And the lawyer in me loves it too. Next week’s video is a video review of Kresley Cole’s No Rest for the Wicked.
Dear Ms. Shinn: I remember that I originally checked this book out from the library. I had been a reader of yours but you hadn’t quite made it on my hardcover TBB list. The book languished on my nightstand for about two weeks when I realized I was getting close ... more >
Dear Mrs. Aylmer, “Pride and Prejudice” is a story filled with characters who, even two centuries after it was written, still inspire us to want to know more about them. I haven’t read too many of these homages to Jane Austen’s world but “Darcy’s Story” might make me change my ... more >