Tag: 2.5 Reviews

Guest Review: Drawn to the Marquess by Bronwen Evans

Guest Review: Drawn to the Marquess by Bronwen Evans

Penelope Fisherton’s husband died under suspicious circumstances.  His brother, the one who will inherit the title, is saying that Penelope had a hand in it.  He’s mostly saying that because if Penelope is found guilty, he will inherit all the money that was left to her and not him.  Penelope enlists the assistance of Stephen […]

Guest Review: Maulever Hall by Jane Aiken Hodge

Guest Review: Maulever Hall by Jane Aiken Hodge

Marianne has amnesia.  She woke up riding in a mail coach and was told by the other passengers that there had been an accident.  Not only does she not remember the accident, she doesn’t remember who she is or who the little boy is who is next to her.  The brooch on her dress says […]

Review: Not Quite Crazy by Catherine Bybee

Review: Not Quite Crazy by Catherine Bybee

Not Quite Crazy the sixth book Bybee’s Not Quite series. I didn’t read any of the previous ones. I don’t feel like I missed out on much by skipping the other books, though the “happy couples want everyone happy” bits got kind of annoying. I really liked Rachel and Jason together. She has guardianship of […]

Guest Review: Drakon’s Past by N.J. Walters

Guest Review: Drakon’s Past by N.J. Walters

Nic has been a bit on the outskirts of the previous books in this series. Unlike the other brothers who tend to keep to themselves, Nic seems to spend a lot of time with regular humans. He loves to party and act the playboy, particularly in Vegas. What his brothers don’t know, though, is that […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

Throwback Thursday Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

Every Thursday in 2018, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally posted on April 21, 2008. How many of you have read Danielle Steel? I used to read her all the time when I was younger, but after awhile the repetitiveness of her writing started to wear […]