Secret Fantasy by Cheryl Holt

Secret Fantasy by Cheryl Holt

Melissa’s guest review of Secret Fantasy by Cheryl Holt Orphaned at a young age and sent to live with selfish relatives, Margaret Gray has no dowry and no chance of ever marring. When her aunt invites Jordan Prescott, Viscount Romney, for a visit, hoping to entice him into offering for margaret’s spoiled cousin, the dashing […]

Review: Exposure by Susan Andersen

Review: Exposure by Susan Andersen

I’ve been a Susan Andersen fangirl for years, but this book is probably my favorite of hers. Disclaimer: The hero of this novel is disfigured and has a hook instead of a hand, and his name is Elvis. Yes, I said Elvis. You have been warned! In the opening scene of this book, Sheriff Elvis […]

Lightning Review: Highland Wedding by Hannah Howell

Lightning Review: Highland Wedding by Hannah Howell

This is the sequel to His Bonnie Bride, one of my most favorite books of all time. Unfortunately, I think perhaps my expectations were too high, because this one fell far short. Both the hero and heroine were good characters, and they plot had the same elements I’ve always enjoyed in HH novels before, but […]

Predatory Game by Christine Feehan

Predatory Game by Christine Feehan

Book description: Saber Wynter is running from her past when she meets Jess Calhoun, an ex-Navy SEAL who is physically and emotionally compromised by his own mysterious and violent history as a GhostWalker. What Jess senses in Saber is a kindred spirit, a lost soul desperate for sanctuary. He offers her a home, job, and […]

Lightning Review: Crazy in Love by Lani Diane Rich

Lightning Review: Crazy in Love by Lani Diane Rich

This was an enjoyable book. Light and easy to read. I breezed right through it. It was laced with humor. Flynn has an excellent sense of humor and often made me laugh out loud. When her grandmother starts haunting her, Flynn’s way of dealing with it (Turning the music up as loud as possible, hiding […]