After he got out of the psychiatric prison, Sean Suh settled in Austin
with his mother. He spends most of his time at the local amusement
park, drawing. He has no friends until the fateful day when he meets
Annabelle Callaghan. Just his luck that he would fall in love Read more...
Travis Blake's life was not going according to plan. No
sooner had he left the army that he'd been saddled with
his five year-old nephew Henry, whose sole remaining
parent, his father Scott, is in jail. Before taking a job
in Austin, Travis needs to get rid Read more...
Linda Wallheim was helping with the Halloween activities for
when she noticed Gwen Ferris with a Latina woman, Gabriela,
three children. Gwen had been patronizing the Spanish ward
her regular one, Linda's, for a few months. Gwen's marriage
trouble, mostly Read more...
Adrian, the Duke of Preston, might be London's most scandalous peer,
but he has a conscience, and when a woman in distress needs his help,
he's there. Lady Livia Shaw had been mugged by street urchins, but
what worried her was that her most precious memento had been Read more...
The week the Mystery Moms Book Club featured the murder
mystery Scorned Woman, Charli Rae Warren's Book Barn
erupted into complete mayhem. The author had barely
disguised the names of the local residents, and with
someone getting killed in the novel, the book club
members were wildly curious and Read more...
Lord Peter Flint, of the King's Elite, was on a ship bound
for Plymouth with his captive: Lady Jessamine Fane, accused
of treason. Jessamine tries Flint's patience with her
defiant nature, her attempts to flee, and her beauty. If
Flint weren't a confirmed bachelor, his prisoner's Read more...
Sebastian Leatham wondered for a moment if he had died and
gone to heaven when the most beautiful woman he had ever
seen stood right before him: Lady Clarissa Beaumont, Dr. Joe
Warriner's sister-in-law. Seb, a spy, had been shot and is
recovering from his wounds at Read more...
Olivia Carlisle had been safely hidden in her cottage in southern
England for several years. She's taken every precaution to ensure her
safety, and most of all that of her five-year-old son Richard, but the day
Richard comes running with the news that he found a man Read more...
In eight months, Jonathan Krause will be dead. He has it all
figured out: he has a few items on his bucket list, the most
important a trip to Japan to see the cherry blossoms, a trip
he should have taken with his girlfriend, Sara. Jonathan has
learned everything he Read more...
Emma Cavanaugh was waiting in a restaurant for her fiancé Simon to
set the date for their wedding. Instead Simon tells her they're not
sexually compatible, and it would be better to call it off. Emma has a job
project that will take her a few weeks, then there Read more...
Cornelia Barton dragged her daughter Gwen all the way to London in
hope of Gwen securing a titled husband. Gwen hasn't had much
success in New York, she is not considered a desirable match for
gentlemen of high society. She'd love nothing more than to find a man Read more...
HOW THE DUKE STOLE
CHRISTMAS is one of the best Christmas present ever! It could
hardly fail, with such stellar authors, but it's even better than I hoped!
There are four stories, which can be read in any order as they are Read more...
Star catcher Connor Hart's knees are bothering him again.
At twenty-seven, he knows he still has a few good years, as
long as those knees hold up. Connor hates reporters, and
publicity of any kind, even his publicist, his older sister
Sophia, can't convince him of the Read more...
A SPARK OF LIGHT moved me and
shook me to the extent that I wondered if I would be able to write a
decent review. Not one to shy away from difficult topics, Jodi Picoult
tackles perhaps the most controversial one in the Read more...
Hanna Swensen was worried about her mother, Delores, who wouldn't
come out of her depressed state. That's when two of Delores' friends
came up with a project that Delores couldn't refuse. To cheer up
another friend, Essie Granger, who was ailing, they would organize a
revival of Read more...
Fantasy, bear shifters, and a whole lot of magic is what you get in the
appropriately titled THE SECRET SHE
KEEPS. These four long novellas can be read in any order, as they
are not interconnected.
SHADOW OF TRUTH by Shannon K. Butcher Read more...
Lady Ida Howlett longs for the freedom to do as she pleases, she
dreams of adventure. The scholarly, prickly Ida whom the gentlemen of
the ton ignore, but still her mother insists that she marry and the
sooner the better. Ida's salvation comes in the form of a letter Read more...
Miss Alexandra Mountbatten was knocking on doors, looking for more
wealthy customers who needed their clocks set. And that's how she
came face to face for a second time in six months with the man of her
dreams: Chase Reynaud, who is even more of a rake than she Read more...
Raffaele Notte had reluctantly accompanied his cousins
Zanipolo and Santo to the Dominican Republic because
Santo needed rest after a traumatic experience and needed
someone to watch over him. Raffaele is hot, sick of the
humidity, and bored until he notices some of the mortal
tourists bear bite marks. Are Read more...
WHISKEY IN A TEACUP is as far from a "movie star" book as
you could imagine. The ever youthful and effervescent Reese
Witherspoon endeavored to write a book on what makes
Southern living great, and this is exactly what she delivers
with grace, humor, and charm. With the aid of Read more...
As soon as I learned to read, I read,
and never stopped. As a lifelong
reader of mystery, suspense, and
thrillers, I bifurcated at some point
into romance because of my infatuation
with vampires. I’m a very eclectic
reader – I will read a M/M romance, a
technothriller, a historical romance,
a biography, an erotic romance or an
inspirational one with the same
enthusiasm – but what makes me chose a
book varies little, regardless of the
genre: originality, creativity, solid
plotting, complex and charismatic
characters, wit, and most of all great
writing skills and spellbinding
storytelling. I have a Master's Degree
in Linguistics, and I'm fluent in
French and English, as well as basic
knowledge of a few other languages. I
became a proofreader and sometime
copy-editor because I know I have the
skills to contribute, even ever so
slightly, to this wonderful world of
books, be it only to ensure that those
tiny annoying details – such as a
heroine’s eye color changing midway,
and so on – do not happen. Yes,
accuracy is crucial to me, but so is
being thoroughly entertained.