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A Madness of Sunshine
by Nalini Singh
"A taut psychological thriller from an unexpected source"
Posted November 29, 2019

A MADNESS OF SUNSHINE is paranormal romance author Nalini Singh's first foray into the thriller genre. There is an understated romance in the book, but the bulk of the story is a psychological thriller that kept me up at night, plowing through the pages to see whodunnit. It Read more...

The Art of Theft
by Sherry Thomas
"Charlotte “Sherlock” Holmes battles Moriarty’s minions in a French chateau"
Posted November 7, 2019

Sherry Thomas has dropped book 4 of the Lady Sherlock series into our eager hands, entitled THE ART OF THEFT. This wonderful gender-bending mystery series features Charlotte Holmes and Mrs. Watson as the great consulting detective and her sidekick Read more...

When the Marquess Was Mine
by Caroline Linden
"Amnesia brings a marquess to his knees for his fake fiancé"
Posted November 7, 2019

Georgiana Lucas is staying with her friend Kitty in the countryside when Kitty receives a note from her husband telling her under no circumstances to admit the Marquess of Westmoreland to their home. It turns out Kitty’s husband was a right idiot and wagered their family home Read more...

Seduction on a Snowy Night
by Sabrina Jeffries, Madeline Hunter, Mary Jo Putney
"The winter season brings unexpected love and marriage"
Posted October 10, 2019

SEDUCTION ON A SNOWY NIGHT is a collection of winter historical romance novellas by some pretty heavy historical romance hitters. Unfortunately, for me, this collection fell flat. It did, however, make me long for cold weather and some snow!


Angel in a Devil's Arms
by Julie Anne Long
"Can a lord with devil’s blood woo an angel?"
Posted October 5, 2019

Julie Ann Long’s latest offering, book 2 in the Palace of Rogues, is ANGEL IN A DEVIL’S ARMS. I absolutely adore Julie Ann Long’s writing Read more...

To Wed a Wild Scot
by Anna Bradley
"Can so many misunderstandings lead to true love?"
Posted October 5, 2019

TO WED A WILD SCOT is Anna Bradley’s second offering in the series. Bradley’s writing can be hit or miss for me, and TO WED A WILD SCOTRead more...

Aurora Blazing
by Jessie Mihalik
"This space opera is a fantastic science fiction romance. . . Fresh and engaging!"
Posted September 26, 2019

The kickass AURORA BLAZING is Jessie Mihalik’s second book in the brilliant Consortium Rebellion series. This is Mission Impossible, in space, with some romance blended in. Readers who like Read more...

Archangel's War
by Nalini Singh
"Angelic warfare reaches pitched battle, as love and loyalty fight true evil"
Posted September 5, 2019

ARCHANGEL'S WAR is, wait for it, book twelve in the Guild Hunter series by the fabulous Nalini Singh. I blinked twice in astonishment when I figured out how far into Read more...

The Orchid Throne
by Jeffe Kennedy
"Misdirecting princess meets her match in an escaped slave and former prince. . ."
Posted September 5, 2019

THE ORCHID THRONE is the first book in the new Forgotten Empires series by fantasy romance author Jeffe Kennedy. There isn't an obvious connection to her other various Twelve Kingdoms Read more...

Vendetta in Death
by J.D. Robb
"Vigilante justice superoheroine is no match for NYC's futuristic finest"
Posted August 22, 2019

I can't believe VENDETTA IN DEATH is already book #49 in the In Death futuristic mystery series by the fantabulous Nora Roberts. Wow. This series reeled me firmly in with book 1 and has not let up Read more...

Sapphire Flames
by Ilona Andrews
"The magical head of a detective agency must battle assassins to solve her client's murder mystery..."
Posted August 15, 2019

SAPPHIRE FLAMES is the thrilling 4th book in the Hidden Legacy series by Ilona Andrews. The first 3 books focused on Nevada Baylor, and SAPPHIRE FLAMESRead more...

Brazen and the Beast
by Sarah MacLean
"Gruff criminal and earl's daughter meet their match in business and in love"
Posted June 29, 2019

BRAZEN AND THE BEAST is the take-no-prisoners book 2 in the Bareknuckle Bastards series by the indomitable Sarah Maclean. This book is simultaneously a feminist romp and a touching romance. Hip, hip, hooray for Maclean and Read more...

Dearly Beloved
by Mary Jo Putney
"Old Skool romance between a courtesan and an emotionally unavailable spymaster"
Posted June 29, 2019

DEARLY BELOVED by Mary Jo Putney, originally released in 2004, has been re-released after being out of print for some time. If only the publishers had let it languish in obscurity where it should have stayed. This old skool rapey "romance" did not hold up to my reread of Read more...

The Right Swipe
by Alisha Rai
"Rom com with all the great feels and a social conscience too"
Posted June 29, 2019

THE RIGHT SWIPE is the first in a new contemporary romance series, Modern Love, by Alisha Rai. I adored this book! I love Rai's writing style. She does angst really well, and I am a total sucker Read more...

Who Slays the Wicked
by C.S. Harris
"A Regency sleuth must investigate his own family in a brutal torturer's murder..."
Posted March 28, 2019

WHO SLAYS THE WICKED is book 14 in the long-running Sebastian St. Cyr series by historical mystery author C.S. Harris. I adore this series, and it is one of the few murder Read more...

An Artless Demise
by Anna Lee Huber
"Lush historical detail and gritty London murders..."
Posted March 28, 2019

Wow, Anna Lee Huber's historical mystery AN ARTLESS DEMISE is up to book 7 in the Lady Darby Mystery series! It's hard to believe that there are seven books to enjoy in Read more...

Grave Destiny
by Kalayna Price
"The Grave Witch now must investigate fae murders..."
Posted March 28, 2019

Alex Craft, planeweaver and grave witch, returns in GRAVE DESTINY, Kalayna Price's sixth book in the  Alex Craft series. Alex has recently discovered she is fae, and it's so fun to watch Read more...

Lonen's Reign
by Jeffe Kennedy
"Warring kingdoms united under newly married lovers..."
Posted March 28, 2019

LONEN'S REIGN in the final book in the Sorcerous Moons series by fantasy author Jeffe Kennedy. Coming in at under 200 (eBook) pages, this is a quick wrap up to the story of sorceress Ora from the kingdom of Bára and Read more...

Why Kill the Innocent
by C.S. Harris
"Murder along the frozen Thames..."
Posted March 17, 2019

WHY KILL THE INNOCENT is the thirteenth book and another stellar read in C.S Harris' Sebastien St. Cyr series. Harris is an incredibly talented author, and I admire her work greatly. Meticulously researched Read more...

Wild Country
by Anne Bishop
"Glorious and engrossing paranormal makes you feel like delicious human prey"
Posted March 7, 2019

WILD COUNTRY is another glorious entry in Anne Bishop's Others offshoot series, which goes by the mouthful of The World of the Others. Anne Bishop is one of my all-time favorite authors, up there with Patricia Read more...

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Make works in Florida, and would love to have more time to get through her massive TBR pile! A lifelong avid reader, Make loves to read book blogs and hear from authors when she is not working or reading.

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2 comments posted.

Re: The MacGregor's Lady (12:44pm February 11, 2014):

Oh yes, I LOVE Scottish accents! That's why Sean Coonery is so beloved,
I think. nd Ewan McGregor totally does it for me too

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (9:26am December 11, 2013):

I'd want a cat shapeshifter, something sleek and sexy. Maybe a panther?

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