Dear Ms. Chase, When you started publishing again, I breathed a sigh of relief since it meant I didn’t have to hoard my supply of your trad regency books amymore. Sometimes I almost envy Cassie Edwards’ fans the huge backlist they can look forward to reading. FROM DISTRESS TO DISASTER ... more >
wouldn’t the military love to get their hands on this!
Dear Ms. Neggers: I saw from your website that this is your first hardcover. I read your book directly after finishing Linda Howard’s Cover of Night. You would suppose that given La Belle Howard’s huge popularity and my love for many of her works, your placement in the reading order ... more >
Dear Mrs. Macnish, Reviewers who have said your book “Veiled Promises” is a step back to the sweeping sagas of yesteryear with lovers who endure much to be together yet are separated for a lot of the book, but without the asshat hero, are correct. I can’t recall reading anything ... more >
Dear Ms. Roberts: This is the second in your famed paranormal series called the Circle Trilogy. I’ve learned through reading Morrigan’s Cross and Dance of the Gods that you write actions scenes really well which is something I didn’t know you had in you. Apparently you can write anything. Let’s ... more >
Dear Ms. McKade, As other reviews have stated, it’s hard to sell a Western romance today. Everyone wanted Regencies and now they want paranormals with vampires, werewolves and whatnot. I’ve always had a special love for Westerns and am glad to see such a nice addition to the genre. The ... more >