"Four strong tales to delight every taste"
Wanted by Kimberly Dean, has FBI Special Agent Jeff Reno
chasing Danielle Carver. This was a FUN, sexy tale. Reno
has been chasing Danielle for nearly two years, hot on her
trail...well, actually, he is just getting hot and hotter -
under the collar and for Danielle. She has been framed for
industrial espionage. Reno made his case against her and
it was unbreakable. But the sassy Danielle has been
playing one smart mousie to his cat, keeping just one-step
ahead of him. And it's driving him nuts! He finally
catches her, but then the games really begin. This is a
delightful spunky tale! So strong on romance! Dean has a
strong voice that should carry her far in Romance.
Wild For You is an engaging tale my Kathryn Anne Dubois,
sort of Tarzan goes Chit Lit! Dubois really has fun with
this story and so will the readers. Georgie a college
intern gets lost in the Congo and is captured by a
virginal Wildman. He's never seen a woman, and well,
Georgie is valley girl all they way. It's a sexy,
whimsical tale, that Dubois plays with and really shines
Flights of Fantasy by the very talented Bonnie Harme -
just continues to demonstrate she has a fine hold of the
mechanics that make romance/erotic stories so brilliant.
First, she always starts will such strong characters, then
she moves to romance - real romance - and then she layers
on the steam. She is a talent to watch! In this tale,
Chloe teaches others to see the realities of life, but she
has never faced her inner own realities, her yearnings.
Harme is pure magic!
Secluded by Lisa Marie Rice is a dark tale. Nicholas Lee
is wealthy, he is powerful, but with that wealth and power
comes very determined enemies. Enemies determined to will
kill anyone he loves. When Isabelle Summerby steals his
hear, Nicholas spirits her away to his underground palace
to live a lifetime in mere days. A very diverting tale
that shows strong imagery. Good grasp of what makes a
So all in all, Secrets Vol. 9 will have something to
please every tasted!
Reviewed by DeborahAnne MacGillivray
Posted August 17, 2004
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted January 14, 2007