Tag: 4.0 Reviews

Review: Truth and Consequences by Linda Winfree

Review: Truth and Consequences by Linda Winfree

Lori recommended this series, and since she and I have similar tastes, I decided to check them out. This is the first book in Linda Winfree‘s Hearts of the South Series. The Good: I enjoyed the relationship between Jason and Kathleen. It was real and solid, and not something that seemed to be thrown together […]

Unleashing the Storm by Sydney Croft

Unleashing the Storm by Sydney Croft

Book description: There’s a storm rising. Electricity crackles in the air. For Kira Donovan, it’s that time of year again: when the need floods her flesh, when almost any man—the bigger and the stronger the better—will do. For Kira, an animal psychic, the heat is a matter of life and death, and this year it […]

Rivals for the Crown by Kathleen Givens

Rivals for the Crown by Kathleen Givens

Book description: 1290: Turmoil erupts when the seven-year-old queen of Scotland perishes en route to claim the crown. Two bitter foes — John Balliol and Robert Bruce — emerge as possible successors, but England’s Edward I has his own designs on Scotland. In London, Edward has expelled all Jews from his kingdom. Rachel de Anjou […]

Sleepless at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro

Sleepless at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro

The ladies in London are abuzz over Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, especially Miss Sarah Moorehouse. Her imagination is fired up, so when she spies Matthew Devenport, Marquess Langston, mysteriously sneaking home in the wee hours clutching a shovel, she simply must investigate. Impelled by curiosity, the adventurous lass steals into his bedchamber—only to be caught red-handed […]

Riding the Storm by Sydney Croft

Riding the Storm by Sydney Croft

Book description: A storm’s rage. A woman’s desire. A man with the power to set them both free. He can summon lightning at will. Emerge unscathed from the center of a tornado. Strip a woman down to her barest defenses through the sheer force of his sexuality. He’s gorgeous, dangerous, and the target of parameteorologist […]