Tag: Romantic Suspense

Guest Review: Be a Good Girl by Tess Diamond

Guest Review: Be a Good Girl by Tess Diamond

It’s always hard to write a review for a book that just didn’t grab your attention–this is one of those books! This book doesn’t exactly break new ground, with the hero and heroine coming back together to investigate their teenage friend’s murder and some new similar murders. Abby is an investigative reporter and Paul is […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Cry No More by Linda Howard

Throwback Thursday Review: Cry No More by Linda Howard

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! This review was originally posted on October 2, 2009. When I first read this book, it was only a year or so after I first discovered Linda Howard. After the Night, Shades of Twilight, Son of the Morning; I loved them. […]

Guest Review: Hidden by Rebecca Zanetti

Guest Review: Hidden by Rebecca Zanetti

Pippa lives essentially in the middle of nowhere, secluded except for the sexy new guy who moved into the only nearby house. Malcolm is also running from his life as an undercover cop and the demons of his past. It turns out someone wants Malcolm for a new operation, though, and Pippa is his target. […]

Guest Review: Tempted by Love by Jennifer Ryan

Guest Review: Tempted by Love by Jennifer Ryan

Alina Cooke is the sister of the previous heroes of the series. She’s a pharmacist, not involved in the scary, larger-than-life world of her DEA agent brothers. When she and DEA agent Jay Bennett have a drunken hook up at a wedding, Alina is pretty sure Jay and his dangerous lifestyle is not what she […]

Blog Tour Review: Monster in the Closet by Karen Rose

Blog Tour Review: Monster in the Closet by Karen Rose

In anticipation of the release of her new book, Death is Not Enough, I am here to remind you why we love Karen Rose! She is my all-time favorite romantic suspense author. There is no one better than she. I loved her from the moment I read Don’t Tell and she has gotten even better […]