Tag: Guest Reviews

Guest Review: Someday Soon by Debbie Macomber

Guest Review: Someday Soon by Debbie Macomber

TITLE: Someday SoonAUTHOR: Debbie MacomberSUMMARY: Opposite AttractCain had chosen his lifestyle. He thrived on the challenge. No drug, he told himself, could produce the physical or emotional high of a successfully completed mission. No drug and no woman. Then why was he standing on a cold San Francisco pier like a lovelorn teenager, hoping for […]

Guest Review: The Lady Flees her Lord by Michele Ann Young

Guest Review: The Lady Flees her Lord by Michele Ann Young

She’s desperate for peace and safety…Lucinda, Lady Denbigh, is running from a husband who physically and emotionally abuses her because she is unfashionably plump and has failed to produce an heir. Posing as a widow, she seeks refuge in the quiet countryside… He’s returned from the wars, wounded and tormented…Lord Hugo Wanstead, with a wound […]

Guest Review: My Prerogative by Sasha White

Guest Review: My Prerogative by Sasha White

  She does what she likes… …and what she likes is absolutely wicked. Kelsey Howard is happy with the single life. She has great friends, a fun job tending bar, and a nice apartment. Not to mention the freedom to enjoy a few wild sex games with strangers—the riskier the better. But what she’s really […]

Guest Review: Warrior by Cheryl Brooks

Guest Review: Warrior by Cheryl Brooks

“He came to me in the dead of winter, his body burning with fever.” Even near death, his sensuality is amazing… Leo arrives on Tisana’s doorstep a beaten slave from a near-extinct race with feline genes. As soon as Leo recovers his strength, he’ll use his extraordinary sexual talents to bewitch Tisana and make a […]

Guest Review: Die for Me by Karen Rose

Guest Review: Die for Me by Karen Rose

Kris‘ review of Die for Me by Karen Rose COME TO METhe first victim is found in a snow-covered Philadelphia field. Detective Vito Ciccotelli enlists the aid of archaeologist Sophie Johannsen to determine exactly what lies beneath the frozen ground. Despite years of unearthing things long buried, nothing can prepare Sophie for the matrix of […]