Category: Reviews

Review: His Ordinary Life by Linda Winfree

Review: His Ordinary Life by Linda Winfree

  This is book two in the Hearts of the South series by Linda Winfree. Although not a favorite plot device, if done well, the “married couple reunites” really works for me. This one definitely worked. The story was filled with interesting characters and a good plot. There is a very fine line, in my […]

Review: His Bonnie Bride by Hannah Howell

Review: His Bonnie Bride by Hannah Howell

This is one of my favorite Hannah Howell books. I originally discovered this about 5 years ago, and now my copy is so tattered it’s falling apart at the bindings. Storm Eldon is the favored oldest daughter of an English Marsh Lord. We first meet her when she, her brothers and her cousins are kidnapped […]

Killing Fear by Allison Brennan

Killing Fear by Allison Brennan

Book description: Theodore Glenn loves to inflict pain . . . both on his victims and on those who later find the mutilated corpses. At his trial seven years ago, Glenn vowed vengeance on Detective Will Hooper, the cop who nabbed him, and beautiful Robin McKenna, the stripper whose testimony put him behind bars. When […]

Review: Beyond All Reason by Judith Duncan

Review: Beyond All Reason by Judith Duncan

Beyond All Reason is the first book in Judith Duncan‘s Wide Open Spaces series which center around three siblings in a small town in Canada. As I mentioned in my post yesterday, I first found out about this series years ago and had been searching for the first two books for years. I finally found […]

Review: True Confessions by Rachel Gibson.

Posted February 27, 2008 by Rowena in Reviews | Tagged: , , , , | 6 Comments
Review: True Confessions by Rachel Gibson.

So in preparation for Rachel Gibson’s interview here next month, I thought I’d break out my RG books and get some rereading in…and I started with True Confessions and fell in love with Dylan Taber all over again. This story for those of you that haven’t read this book before is about Dylan Taber, the […]