Tag: Romantic Suspense

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Midnight Rainbow by Linda Howard

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Midnight Rainbow by Linda Howard

This is the second book that I read for our Summer Reading Challenge and while there were things that I didn’t like in the book, overall I really enjoyed the story. So retired government agent Grant Sullivan is approached by a really rich guy with a job offer that he can’t exactly refuse. Grant just […]

Guest Review: Desperate Girls by Laura Griffin

Guest Review: Desperate Girls by Laura Griffin

I have been anxiously awaiting this new romantic suspense series, which is a spin-off from Griffin’s always dependable Tracers books. Instead of focusing on the Delphi Center or the police, we get to dig into Liam Wolfe’s private security firm. Liam was the hero of book 9 in the Tracers series, and while we don’t […]

Guest Review: The Surviving Girls by Katee Robert

Guest Review: The Surviving Girls by Katee Robert

I can’t even tell you how long I had this book sitting on my phone unread. I probably started it 5 times, read a few pages, and put it down because I just didn’t have the stomach for it. It’s a dark book, and it was just too intense for me to handle at times. […]

Guest Review: The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick

Guest Review: The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick

The Other Lady Vanishes continues the Burning Cove series, which is set in a California resort town for the 1930s Hollywood crowd. This time our heroine is Adelaide Blake. Adelaide is a tearoom waitress (and sort of amateur herbalist) who escaped from a sanitarium after being wrongly locked away. She’s struggling to build some sort […]

Review: Hour of Need by Melinda Leigh

Review: Hour of Need by Melinda Leigh

I really struggle with Romantic Suspense. The characters often do things that make no sense to me, or the mystery is so easy to figure out I end up being really bored. Though I do enjoy mysteries and suspense in audio. I haven’t read Melinda Leigh before, but she had good reviews so I figured […]