Tag: Contemporary

Review: Hot Stuff by Carly Phillips

Review: Hot Stuff by Carly Phillips

Hmmm. This book was your average romance novel with a really hot hero, a great heroine and witty secondary characters. The storyline was a real basic storyline and though I enjoyed it for what it was, this wasn’t the best romance novel ever. It was cute and it made me sigh and I’m not mad […]

Review: A Stranger’s Touch by Cait London

Review: A Stranger’s Touch by Cait London

I picked this book up and put it down more times then I care to admit on the internet. I kept forcing myself to read this book and after a month had passed, I just tossed in the towel. This almost never happens to me but the first scene between the hero and the heroine […]

Review: Heartbreaker by Linda Howard

Review: Heartbreaker by Linda Howard

  John Rafferty has been enamored of Michelle Cabot most of his adult life, even though he’s convinced she’s nothing but a spoiled little rich girl. But when opportunity knocks, he takes full advantage by roping Michelle in to a bargain she can’t refuse. After her father passed away, Michelle is left basically destitute and […]

Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

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 on me and I gave up on her. I’m not talking about the constant reuse of key phrases, either, but the way she feels […]

Review: Drop Dead Gorgeous by Linda Howard

Review: Drop Dead Gorgeous by Linda Howard

In the sequel to To Die For, Linda Howard once again takes us back inside the mind of Blond-Bombshell, former Cheerleader Blair Mallory. When I first heard that To Die For was going to be written in the First Person, I was a bit nervous. I’ve always loved LH, but I wasn’t sure she could […]