Category: Romancing the Ro

Now Borrowing: Moonshadow

Now Borrowing: Moonshadow

This new chapter in the world of the Elder Race is a wonderful pick-up of the breadcrumbs from Shadow’s End about the Elder Races in the United Kingdom. It’s a fresh look at a world that is already rich and vibrant with interesting characters and life. With this new landscape we get to see how […]

December 13, 2016
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Now Borrowing: When All The ..

Now Borrowing: When All The Girls Have Gone

Overall Review:  This is an even-paced – but never boring – intense story with likable (or dislikable) characters you invest in. Jayne Ann Krentz masterfully plays with the romantic suspense story genre rules to bring to life compelling characters and a mystery you absolutely want to solve. Very few writers are able to do romantic […]

December 4, 2016
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Not Those Kind of Angels

Not Those Kind of Angels

A few years ago, on a friend’s recommendation, I put Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series on my to read list but as I was trying (I admit now it was an exercise in futility) to not jump on board for more series stalking, I didn’t actually read them at the time. I say this slightly shamefaced, […]

December 20, 2014
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When the ex-wife comes to st..

When the ex-wife comes to stay… A Review of Patricia Briggs’ Night Broken

  Night Broken is a continuation (Book #8) of the story of Mercy and the Tri-Cities werewolf pack members. The story picks up with an dilemma any newly married woman has to just love when she’s working to integrate herself into her husband’s existing life among his friends and (highly territorial) pack members:  the ex-wife calls and […]

April 17, 2014
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