Category: Reviews

Review: Pursuit by Elizabeth Jennings

Review: Pursuit by Elizabeth Jennings

A shocking betrayal…her father’s murder…and a life-threatening accusation…Heiress Charlotte Court has walked into a waking nightmare-one that sends her running from her wealthy home to anywhere she can hide. Across the border in Mexico, Charlotte creates a new identity and finds refuge in the battle-torn arms of Navy SEAL Matt Sanders. Fleeing his past, Matt […]

Review: Anthology – The Power of Love

Review: Anthology – The Power of Love

  This is the book I blogged about here. It’s a collection of short stories by 12 authors dedicated to raising money for domestic violence prevention. I was pleasantly surprised by this collection. Although I enjoy most of these authors, I didn’t expect anything great from these stories, because they’re so short. 20-40 pages doesn’t […]

Review: The Flirt by Kathleen Tessaro.

Review: The Flirt by Kathleen Tessaro.

Grade: 2.75 out of 5 Tantalizing words written on an ivory card. It is the first clue that will lead an intrigued and intriguing London lady on an odyssey of sensual experience designed to awaken her romantic nature. Out-of-work actor Hughie Venables-Smythe has found a profitable new outlet for his talents. He is hired, often […]

Review: The Broken H by J. L. Langley

Posted June 27, 2008 by Tracy in Reviews | Tagged: , , | 7 Comments
Review: The Broken H by J. L. Langley

TITLE: The Broken HAUTHOR: J.L. LangleySERIES: Yes, this is book 2 in the Ranch seriesBook 1: The Tin Star REASON FOR READING: I had just finished My Fair Captain (OMG!) and didn’t have another book with me…but I had my ereader that had this book on it so I dove in. SUMMARY: (From J. L. […]

Review: Let The Night Begin (Brotherhood of Blood #4) by Kathryn Smith

Review: Let The Night Begin (Brotherhood of Blood #4) by Kathryn Smith

  Let the Night Begin is book four in Kathryn Smith‘s The Brotherhood of the Blood series. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize this before I read it. I actually thought it was the second book. I’m rather annoyed that I’m three books behind, instead of one. I know I’ve mentioned before that if done well, the […]