"Strong women kicking butt and hog tying their beloved"
The Bride Wore a .44 by Maggie Shayne. After waking up from
a coma, Kira struggles with her memory that seems tangled
perhaps because she has forgotten that she is undercover.
Her upcoming marriage was part of her cover, but she thinks
it is real so she prepares accordingly. However, she does
not understand why wedding planner Marshall fills her mind
with desire not the what's his name groom.
The Incredible Misadventures of Boo and the Boy Blunder by
MaryJanice Davidson. Former police officer Gregory wonders
how life can be so unfair. Recently he was turned into a
vampire and to make matters worse he has met his soulmate
that is if he has a soul. The problem is his beloved wants
to kill him as Boo is a bona fide vampire hunter.
Warfem by Angela Knight. Her enemy captured Warfem Alina,
who would prefer to die, but fears that her foes will use
her as a hostage to betray her people and her beloved Baird.
Painkillers by Jacey Ford. CIA operative Lauren works as a
supermodel to hide her true vocation. Her current perilous
assignment is made more dangerous in that she must team up
with Agent Jake who owns her heart.
These four women live up to the title so anyone who enjoys
strong women kicking butt and hog tying their beloved will
enjoy this fun often amusing but always exciting anthology.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted August 30, 2005
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 23, 2007