Author: Rowena

Review: Take a Chance on Me by Susan Donovan.

Review: Take a Chance on Me by Susan Donovan.

Fast paced, witty and uproariously funny. That’s this book wrapped up in five words. The pace of the book runs on the fast side, but that doesn’t take away from the goodness of the story, the storyline is simple enough but not boring. The characters are wonderful and the story is told with such ease […]

The Power in a Review.

Posted May 16, 2008 by Rowena in Discussions | Tagged: , , , | 6 Comments
The Power in a Review.

Once upon a time, you could rattle off titles of romance novels and if I read the book, I could immediately name characters, secondary characters, story lines and quote my favorite scenes. Now, whether it’s because I’ve aged since then or because I’ve read so many more books since then, it takes a lot more […]

Review: The Night Before the Wedding by Debra Mullins.

Review: The Night Before the Wedding by Debra Mullins.

It’s been quite some time since I last read a Highland historical and I’m glad that I picked this book up. I’m very wary of trying new to me authors because I always expect the worst which could work out for me in the end if I really end up liking the book, as was […]

Happy Hump Day From Book Binge!

Posted May 14, 2008 by Rowena in Giveaways | Tagged: | 23 Comments
Happy Hump Day From Book Binge!

We’ve reached that half way hump in the week where we’re almost at the weekend but not quite so we thought it’d be a good idea to have a random contest and giveaway. This week, we’re giving away a $10 gift certificate to Amazon and 2 Jennifer Crusie books (Welcome to Temptation and Faking It) […]

Review: Claiming the Highlander by Kinley MacGregor

Review: Claiming the Highlander by Kinley MacGregor

Have you ever read something online that triggered a memory of a book that you read a long time ago and you wanted nothing else but to reread that book again? Well that’s what happened with me. I was reading something online, now I can’t even remember what it was and it triggered a scene […]