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Gina Duvall

Hi, I am a hmmmm, mmm,_________-two year old mother of three beautiful, though hormonally challenged, daughters. (I retain control of the thermostat in our home.) We've lived in Florida for the past three years, where I work full time as an ICU nurse in a major teaching hospital. I am also pleased to share with this group, that I am now old enough to date, (YAY, FLORIDA!) I've always loved to read. I stumbled onto paranormal romances about fifteen years ago. They dribbled out, one or two a year, and I bought every one I could get my hands on. I am so thrilled to have found this site. I've found new authors, new means of reading (e-books), and most especially, new friends. I hope that my reviews will help you to find and enjoy some of the books that I love. Gina

Reviews

Loverboy
by Lauren Agony, Jan Springer
"A story light on romance but strong on visuals"
Posted January 1, 2004

Detective Sky O'Malley and Lieutenant Jim McBride work for the Sex Squad in an alternate Vermont. They were going to be married but Sky had this quaint notion about remaining a virgin until the wedding...ceremony, that is. All weddings are consummated in public in this sex-oriented society Read more...


Highland Fling
by Tess Mallory
"Time and Love battle to win"
Posted April 9, 2003

Griffin Campbell has a secret. Oh, he's hidden it well, but when he faces a future with the wrong woman, he decides to leave for everyone's good. And when Griffin leaves, he really leaves.... Chelsea Brown has good friends, an impressive intellect, (she's working on her doctorate Read more...


Moonlight Legacy
by Jewel Dartt
"classical good vs. evil Werewolf tale"
Posted April 12, 2003

Dr. Hadden McNeal loves his bride-to-be, Miranda Slate. His love is true, and strong, which is the only reason he doesn't just write her off when she leaves him at the altar. He knows there must be a reason. He has no idea how extraordinary that reason Read more...


Ride the Stars
by Autumn Dawn
"Can two strong persoanlites find the love they need?"
Posted April 9, 2003

If you are reading this review, you have access to a computer. If you have a computer, you should go immediately to New Concepts Publishing and download this book. Autumn Dawn's book, Ride the Stars, is a superlative example of why this genre is going nova! Jaide Calanarie has Read more...


Dancing the Stars
by Lizzie Starr
"An amazing world worth exploring!"
Posted January 20, 2004

Irisa DeGennio is young, innocent, and a clutz. She is also determined to change her life. When she takes off with the Company to explore the stars, she gets her chance.

Unfortunately for Irisa, Bob Darrow, head of the exploration team, wants everything his way. He wants Read more...


Dancing the Stars
by Lizzie Starr
"Dancing the Stars has a mystical, dream-like flavor to it."
Posted March 30, 2004

Irisa DeGennio is young, innocent, and a clutz. She is also determined to change her life. When she takes off with the Company to explore the stars, she gets her chance.

Unfortunately for Irisa, Bob Darrow, head of the exploration team, wants everything his way. He wants Read more...


Enemy Mine
by Jewel Dartt
"vampire lore with unexpected touches of humor"
Posted April 12, 2003

Gabrielle Warlick is an unusual vampire. Having lost her love in the Blood Wars, she is determined to feed only from animals, to prevent further bloodshed between mortal and immortal. In doing so, she has lost much of her preternatural power. She has lived alone, separated from both her vampire Read more...


The Wizard's Wife
by Becky Gauger
"a world of fantasy for readers of any age"
Posted June 6, 2003

Becky Gauger's book, THE WIZARD'S WIFE, is a wondrous tale of love and adventure. Set in a medieval time frame, where dragons and rocs still abide and science is wizardry; Ms Gauger describes a world that is easy to believe in and dream of. As the book opens Read more...



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