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THE DELANEYS OF SANDPIPER BEACH: A family business with room to grow.

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So many frogs. So few princes.

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Eloisa loves a Cinderella twist in her stories, and three short stories with this theme are digitally publishing in one volume!

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Marie Bostwick weaves together the unforgettable story of four very different women whose paths cross, changing their lives forever…

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When someone attempts to assassinate a Saudi Prince on U.S. soil, FBI Agent Kord Davidson and CIA Operative Monica Alden head up a task force to keep the Prince safe and find those responsible to avoid an international incident that could have devastating consequences.

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Working late has its rewards

Hearts and Love, great reads in February

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Mystery and suspense for the reader on the edge

Some thrilling books to kick off the summer season!

Some thrilling books to kick off the summer season! I got a sneak peak at several of this month’s new releases. Hopefully longer days means more reading time because you won’t want to put these books down. In Read More...

Take a peek at some of the thrilling new releases for May.

Take a peek at some of the thrilling new releases for May. There are some new and continuing series (I love series), as well as some stand-alone books that have caught my attention. Happy reading! With Read More...

April has a shower of thrillers

A lot of new to me authors this month. Are any of these authors your favorites? Where should I start reading? Having read some of her earlier books, I’m looking forward to reading EXPOSURE by Read More...

Thrilling new releases in March

I’ve posted reviews for two books out this month that I thoroughly enjoyed. A LOT LIKE LOVE by Julie James is a Read More...

February offers spine-tingling action and toe curling love affairs

I have one month of tracking my books behind me and in that month I read 15 books. I think I am well ahead of my estimate of 100 books in a year. At this rate it will be closer to 200. Who knew!? What have a learned from tracking my reading? First, I really do read a lot. People have teased me about always carrying a book with me, and since they’re right Read More...

How much suspense can you take in 2011?

Happy 2011! I had a great holiday celebrating with friends and family. As I think about the new year, I have the typical resolutions (yes, including healthy eating and exercise!). I hope to finally repair my shower which has been out of commission for a while. I’m looking forward to Readers ‘n ‘ritas 2011 because RNR 2010 was such a blast. I’ve been a voracious reader most of my life but have no Read More...

Don't Stint on "Suspense" in your Holiday Shopping!

I think people who know me would be comfortable calling me frugal. I shop at thrift stores, buy only on sale, and do extensive research before buying anything over about $50. Because of this, I don’t tend to shop very often, and rarely go to a mall. Then Christmas hits, and I have to shop, and suddenly it’s the season of giving “one for you and one for me.” Temptation abounds and I Read More...

Suspense at Readers 'n 'ritas

I was at one of the final meetings for the Readers ‘n ‘ritas 2010 planning committee. The issue of defining mission statements for the different genres came up and I, being a loyal reader of romantic suspense, blurted out “To scare the *&^% out of you while making you hot.” Needless to say, it took the table by surprise but I think it’s actually fairly Read More...

October Best Bets for Suspense...

I love October. The summer heat is mostly gone. I no longer have to be up by 6:00am to take the dogs for a walk. The new TV season has started. I’ve been back at work for about 6 weeks, so everything has settled into a routine. I work in academia so I get to take some time off in the summer, something for which I am very appreciative. I must say, though Read More...

September Thrillers to Keep You Reading...


Can you handle Suspense in August?

My birthday falls at the end of August. When I was a kid I hated the fact that my birthday was during summer break because I never got to celebrate with cupcakes or cookies in class. Now that I work at a University, I find that my birthday falls on, or shortly after, the first day of school which means birthday celebrations come second to the start-of-semester madness. This year my birthday falls Read More...

A different kind of thrill: Book signing and dinner with Tess Gerritsen and Lisa Gardner

It was truly a thrill to spend some of my Saturday with suspense authors Tess Gerritsen and Lisa Gardner who were in Dallas to promote their new books with a book signing at Borders and a radio interview. While in town, they made time for dinner with the DFW Tea Readers Group. Read More...

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