Tag: Contemporary

It’s All Karen Templeton’s Fault….

It’s All Karen Templeton’s Fault….

A couple months ago Sybil recommended Karen Templeton to me. She told me she’d read Dear Santa and was pleasantly surprised by it. Because Sybil is a big fat pusher who wouldn’t be quiet about it teh awesome, I read the book and reviewed it on TGTBTU. She was right, it was a pleasant surprise. […]

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 […]

Review: News Blues by Marianne Mancusi

Review: News Blues by Marianne Mancusi

I’ve been hearing a lot of great things about Marianne Mancusi and now I know why. News Blues was a wonderful, light, extremely humorous book. I was drawn in from page one. Maddie is a hilarious character with a dry sense of humor that comes across the pages perfectly. Whether she’s obsessing over finding the perfect […]

Review: What Mattered Most by Linda Winfree

Review: What Mattered Most by Linda Winfree

  This is a prequel of sorts to the Hearts of the South series by Linda Winfree. I reviewed the first book in the series here. John O’Reilly is in love with his partner, Beth. He has been for several years, but unfortunately for him she doesn’t return his feelings. Once upon a time, Beth and […]

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 […]