Tag: Harlequin

Review: The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter

Review: The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter

I’ve read a lot of buzz about this book and I wanted to love it. I really did. I liked it. I intend to read the other two books in the series, but I still didn’t love it. Maddox made the biggest mistake of his immortal life when he was a part of the group […]

Review: Anyone But You by Jennifer Crusie

Review: Anyone But You by Jennifer Crusie

This book was the bomb. This was a very fast read for me and it captured my attention right from the very beginning and once I started this book, I never looked back. There was so much going on and so much making me laugh that I just fell right into the story and kept […]

Review: Victim by Gayle Wilson

Review: Victim by Gayle Wilson

Book description: She has nothing left to lose Like all clichés, this one is true at its core. Racked with grief over her son Danny’s brutal death, Sarah Patterson steels herself to take revenge on his murderer. When detective Mac Donovan stops her from shooting Samuel Tate on the courthouse steps, he risks his career—and […]

Review: White Lies by Linda Howard

Review: White Lies by Linda Howard

Book description: Nothing could have prepared Jay Granger for the arrival of two FBI agents at her door — or for the news they brought. Her ex-husband, Steve, had been in a terrible accident that had left him gravely injured. The FBI needed Jay to confirm his identity. The man Jay finds lying in the […]

Review: Diamond Bay by Linda Howard

Review: Diamond Bay by Linda Howard

Book description: He was barely alive. Someone had shot him twice. Trusting her instincts, Rachel didn’t call the police. Her sixth sense told her that she was his only hope. With him lying unconscious before her, Rachel had to decide his future, as well as her own. This is the only synopsis that I could […]