Dear Ms. Tracy, I was unsure how to address my letter because you are a mother-daughter writing team. Neat. I understand that you are a bestseller in the UK but not here in the US. Those Brits have good taste. As a general rule, I don’t read books without romances ... more >
Karma. It’s all about karma.
Dear Mrs. Norman, One thing I can always count on in your books is that I’ll get to read about one or more strong women. And that these women won’t be doing silly things like swinging broadswords while in full suits of chain mail. “Taking Liberties” gives us two female ... more >
Dear Ms. Greiman: This book started out so well. The dialogue was sly and fun. There was an air of mystery introduced by the vague prologue and background of the heroine. But the book kept meandering along with NOTHING happening and the ending left me unsatisfied, as if I had ... more >
Dear Ms. Riley, I spent my formative romance reading years devouring the “Angelique” series which begins in 17th century France at the court of the Sun King and have enjoyed movies using this time frame. So, when this book was mentioned at AAR after someone posted asking for books which ... more >
Dear Ms. Meyer: This was a greatly anticipated book. Twilight, the prequel, was my 2005 book of the year. New Moon, however delightful it was, seemed to throw all of the faults of Bella in sharp relief. You portrayed her, either intentionally or not, as a selfish user who seemed ... more >