Tag: Time Travel

Guest Review: Debutantes Don’t Date by Kristina O’Grady

Guest Review: Debutantes Don’t Date by Kristina O’Grady

  Tracy’s review of Debutantes Don’t Date by Kristina O’Grady Grace is an event planner and is at a New Year’s Eve costume ball in 2013. She’s having a good time until the lights go off and she gets very dizzy. Next thing you know she’s crawling out from under a table with her skirts […]

Lightning Review: Her Dark Knight by Sharon Cullen

Lightning Review: Her Dark Knight by Sharon Cullen

I’m not sure how to review Her Dark Knight. The premise was interesting and the storyline okay. I think that’s the problem…the premise was interesting but the execution just okay. Nothing really stands out for me. The story never really engaged me. The heroine irritated me throughout the novel. She’s rather weak and insipid. Instead […]

Guest Review: Roses in Moonlight by Lynn Kurland

Guest Review: Roses in Moonlight by Lynn Kurland

Tracy’s review of Roses in Moonlight (de Piaget #15) by Lynn Kurland ESCAPING INTO THE PAST… Derrick Cameron, antiquities dealer and adventurer, is furious when the priceless piece of Elizabethan lace he’s been pursuing slips right by him, in the improbable custody of a mousy textile historian! But he will retrieve it, even if it […]

Guest Review: The Geek Girl and the Scandalous Earl by Gina Lamm

Guest Review: The Geek Girl and the Scandalous Earl by Gina Lamm

Tracy’s review of The Geek Girl and the Scandalous Earl by Gina Lamm An avid gamer, Jamie Marten loves to escape into online adventure. But when she falls through an antique mirror into a lavish bedchamber—200 years in the past!—she realizes she may have escaped a little too far. Micah Axelby, Earl of Dunnington, has […]

Guest Review: Perfect Timing by Catherine Anderson

Guest Review: Perfect Timing by Catherine Anderson

Lynda’s review of Perfect Timing (Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan #11) by Catherine Anderson Catherine Anderson is kind of a guilty pleasure for me. All her heroines are strong and resilient, but they usually need saving in some way (blind, paraplegic, abused and on the run, etc.) I’m one of those readers who likes that sort of thing, so […]