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Dedication
by Janet Mullany
"Brava for first time writer Mullany!"
Posted November 3, 2006

I got tired of Regencies, for a simple reason - no matter how good they are, they just blended in my mind. When I finished one, they soon faded into the "Regency Collective", sort of like the Borg on Star Trek! So, it's delightful to see one standing out from Read more...


The Ravencliff Bride
by Dawn Thompson
"Brooding gothic"
Posted November 22, 2006

The Ravencliff Bride has one of the most sensual covers out this year. But even the best cover cannot prop up a shoddy book. So it's up to the writer to deliver and Dawn Thompson does. This is a Gothic Historical Romance, with a strong paranormal theme, that should Read more...


The Master
by Melanie Jackson
"The Goblins will get you....if you don't watch out!"
Posted December 5, 2006

Okay, buckle up, Paranormal Addicts - it's about to get bumpy! Melanie Jackson is at it again. She and her herd of Goblins...umm...Lutins are up to their no-good tricks once more, in the fifth in the series of Goblin...umm... Lutin books. The Goblins have just about Read more...


Highland Magic
by Tess Mallory
"Another Mallory gem!!"
Posted November 22, 2006

What a fun read! Tess Mallory is a super talent, and really has a knack for doing Time Travel with such fun. The third in a series of "Highland" tales, Highland Dream (Dorchester March 2001) and Highland Fling (Dorchester March 2003), Highland Magic is the last in the Time Travel Read more...


What Dreams May Come
by Robin D. Owens, Rebecca York, Sherrilyn Kenyon
"charming tales from 3 top flight paranormal writers"
Posted November 30, 2006

"Road of Adventure" by Robin D. Owens, is not one of her Celta tales, but it does have a charming irrepressible Cat - BORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRISSSSSS. Boris is a ghost cat, more specifically an angel cat, even though Jake thinks he is the ugliest creature he's ever laid eyes upon. Borrrrrrriiiissssssssss belongs Read more...


The Whispering Rocks
by Sandra Heath
"A super Regency Gothic"
Posted December 15, 2006

I fell in love with Sandra Heath after reading her book LAVENDER BLUE. After that I have been devouring her titles - an impressive list of nearly 50 books I might add! So backtracking, I was delighted to see this re-done and released. Originally put out released in August 1986 Read more...


The Companion
by Susan Squires
"breathtaking!"
Posted November 29, 2006

Susan Squires has really never written romance. If you look hard at her backlist, while sold as romances, her books really aren't. They are so much more. She writes complex character studies, and since romance is a part of the make up of the human condition, it will play Read more...


Fire Me Up
by Katie MacAlister
"Katie works her magic again!"
Posted December 4, 2006

Well, Katie Mac is at it again. What do they feed her? I don't know of any writer who is as prolific or as much fun. Humor is hard to write, harder for reader to often catch. What has one person laughing hysterically, will see another stone-faced. Well Read more...


The Loch
by Steve Alten
"slander against Nessie...lol"
Posted December 15, 2006

In this case, more specifically Nessie is accused of making Elevenses out of the business associate of the father of Marine Biologist Zach Wallace. Wallace is coming home after nearly drowning in the Sargasso Sea. He was on an expedition in search of a giant squid. His return home is Read more...


A Pirate, a Secret and Rose
by Aysel Arwen
"a charming tale from a fresh voice"
Posted December 15, 2006

There bestselling authors and storytellers. Storytellers don't worry if every I is dotted or T crossed, they are more filled with fire and passion, they love their characters and have such a freshness that captivates me. You see the stars of Tomorrow, today in their first works. That is Read more...


Master of the Moon
by Angela Knight
"another sizzling tale from red-hot Knight"
Posted January 3, 2007

Angela Knight has one original series going - witches, vampires and the children of Camelot. Though Master of the Moon is a stand alone title, you really will enjoy this even more if you have read Hot Blooded (a novella entitled "Seduction's Gift" kicks the series off), followed by Master Read more...


Unmasked
by C. J. Barry
"Barry's Best sounds there's a new Queen of Sci-Fi Romance"
Posted January 3, 2007

C.J. Barry blasted on the scene with Unearthed. In the short time she has been published, her talent has catapulted her to the top. She is a beautiful writer, that excels on so many levels. Her Sci-Fi romances play on par with Indiana Jones in space. She gives Read more...


Black Ice
by Anne Stuart
"Resident Genuis of Romance delivers!"
Posted January 26, 2007

Chloe Underwood comes from a family of doctors. Mother, father, siblings. They wish to pressure her into going to medical school, but at twenty-three, Chloe knows this is not the life for her - especially since she faints at the sight of blood. This is a theme common to Stuart Read more...


Jigsaw
by Kathleen Nance
"Brilliant Techno-Thriller from Nance!"
Posted November 27, 2006

Kathleen Nance is a beautiful writer. She has been doing some great series with the Immortals, distant children of the Old Greek Gods, and the Djinn series. But she really hit her stride with Day of Fire last May, the second book in the successful 2176 series for Dorchester Publishing Read more...


Tiger Eye
by Marjorie M. Liu
"Brilliant Debut book!"
Posted January 3, 2007

An utterly brilliant debut book that will knock your socks off!! This novel has been gaining word of mouth through reviewers, and with good reason. This book is imaginative, powerful, and literally hard to believe it's a debut book. So grab it quick, read it and then you can Read more...


Diamond Dreams
by Sandra Heath
"Another keeper from Heath"
Posted January 13, 2007

Sadly, several publishers are doing away with their Trad Regency lines. In this big push for erotica, I fear they are losing site of different strokes for different folks. Janet Mullany, a new voice in Trads, shows she can hit the mark, even heat up the formula some. However, my Read more...


Divine Fire
by Melanie Jackson
"Jackson fire that is divine!"
Posted December 4, 2006

Melanie Jackson is simply a beautiful writer. I could sit and read her prose without worrying where the words would carry me, just enjoying the beauty of her craft. This gift is coupled with a second talent -- a vivid imagination. Jackson has taken us to Scotland where seven tears summons Read more...


Guardian of Honor
by Robin D. Owens
"First of three exciting adventures from talented Owens"
Posted January 3, 2007

Lladrana is in a desperate situation and they need help or their world could perish. But the help they seek is not for the asking, they must "summon" their warriors, their marshalls. They are bound by magic, yet within the universe where they live the magic is waning, so they Read more...


The Man Within
by Lora Leigh
"Erotica at its best"
Posted January 13, 2007

This is another in Lora Leigh's Breed series. Genetically created men and women, genes altered so they carry traits of big cats, wolves and other animals. The series has endless possibilities, and look for Leigh to carry it to NYC mainstream print soon. This is a super-charge erotica Read more...


My Demon's Kiss
by Lucy Blue
"Don't miss Simon the Reluctant Vampire!"
Posted January 3, 2007

How many ways can you do a Vampire? Well, one more at least, because Lucy Blue delivers up an enchanting tale with a different twist on the Dark One in the cape. When Simon, Knight of Lyan, was a wee lad of six he was a slave to a very Read more...



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