Tag: Tracy’s Reviews

Guest Review: Techno Thrall by Storm Grant

Guest Review: Techno Thrall by Storm Grant

This man’s too hard, this man’s too soft, this man’s just…a robot?  Detective Deyla Reckard lives in a time of communication implants and spray-on condoms. Robots are common as workers, soldiers, and pleasure-toys. And sometimes as criminals. A case of an e-companion attacking its owner makes Deyla question her firm belief that humans are good […]

Review: Second Chance Pass by Robyn Carr

Review: Second Chance Pass by Robyn Carr

Before I start this review I just want to talk about my rating system for a moment. This past week I took a good look at my rating system. I like it and plan to stick with it. But what I noticed is that I’m really not being true to it. That sounds strange but […]

Guest Review: Bikini Diaries by Lacey Alexander

Guest Review: Bikini Diaries by Lacey Alexander

You always see those girls at the beach, the ones who somehow make you feel inferior: killer tan, long legs, tiny bikini, so comfortable in their own perfect skin, so available. I’m watching one now. I kind of hate her. But I wonder what it’s like to be her…  While on business on Florida’s gorgeous […]

Guest Review: Border Moonlight by Amanda Scott

Guest Review: Border Moonlight by Amanda Scott

  Lovely nineteen-year-old Lady Sibylla Cavers is marriageable, yet she has rejected the first three candidates her father has introduced. Lord Simon Murray (appearing in the first two novels of this Borders Trilogy) is one of these three spurned suitors — and Simon is famous for never forgiving an offense. One day when Sibylla is […]

Re-Read Challenge Review: Winterbourne by Susan Carroll

Re-Read Challenge Review: Winterbourne by Susan Carroll

In the harsh, turbulent Middle Ages, lovely Lady Melyssan remains as she always has been–sweet, timid, and content to be alone. But in a desperate move to resist the advances of the dreaded king, she claims to be married to his worst enemy, Lord Jaufre de Macy, the legendary Dark Knight. Seeking temporary shelter in […]