Tag: Romantic Suspense

Throwback Thursday Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

Throwback Thursday Review: Cover of Night by Linda Howard

Every Thursday in 2018, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally posted on April 21, 2008. 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 […]

Guest Review: Twisted Truths by Rebecca Zanetti

Guest Review: Twisted Truths by Rebecca Zanetti

We finally got the conclusion to the Blood Brothers trilogy and really, to the Sin Brothers trilogy as well. We knew Denver was pining for the one who got away basically since Book 1, and when he finds out that woman has plastered his picture all over the internet in an attempt to find him, […]

Guest Review: The Pretender by HelenKay Dimon

Guest Review: The Pretender by HelenKay Dimon

The Games People Play series is all about a group of men with traumatic, messed up childhoods who create a found family and go on to become extremely successful (of course). Book 3 is about brother Harrison Tate. Harrison is what might be termed a cat burglar. Apparently in the past he was more indiscriminate […]

Guest Review: The Negotiator by HelenKay Dimon

Guest Review: The Negotiator by HelenKay Dimon

Did you read any of the other books in the Games People Play series? If so, you encountered Garrett McGrath. He works for the hero from book 1, Wren. Garrett is…Wren’s assistant? Right hand man? I’ve never been entirely clear on his exact role, but he’s kind of the go-to guy who helps Wren with […]

Guest Review: The Enforcer by HelenKay Dimon

Guest Review: The Enforcer by HelenKay Dimon

Matthias Clarke owns a security company, and he’s the adopted brother of the hero from Book 1 of the series, Wren. All the brothers had profoundly lousy childhoods, and Matthias’s past comes back to mess with his life in this story. His biological mom, who has shown no interest in him up to now, comes […]