Snappy dialogue and the threat of real danger sucked me in, but then the story fizzled out and left me wanting. Leslie Petruso moves to Virgin River after her husband left her for another woman and then insisted that he and Leslie can still be the best of friends. Sick of running into him and… Continue reading Review: Hidden Summit by Robyn Carr
Why do all the romance heroes have six packs? – Guest post by Roni Loren
First, I’d like to thank Kat for inviting me over here to her blog. You gotta love someone who says–I’d like you to guest post and can you make it about sex? LOL Why, yes, yes I can actually. : ) A couple of weeks ago, I ran across this article via Twitter (where all… Continue reading Why do all the romance heroes have six packs? – Guest post by Roni Loren
Review: Wild Thing by Robin Kaye
Funny, sexy and emotionally gripping—Wild Thing will make you want to book flights to Idaho in search of Robin Kaye’s hot river guides! When whitewater-rafting guide Hunter Kincaid gets a job guiding a bunch of models on a special shoot, he enlists the help of his two brothers to protect him from the modeling agency’s… Continue reading Review: Wild Thing by Robin Kaye
Christmas romance novellas to warm your cockles
For me, December is a time where love mixes with stress in a uniquely potent way, leaving me sobbing “Everyone’s going to hate the gifts I got them—especially you!” on my husband’s shoulder on Christmas Eve. Thank God he’s got broad shoulders. They’ve absorbed a lot of stress-induced tears over the last nine years. The… Continue reading Christmas romance novellas to warm your cockles
Interview with Shannon Stacey – and giveaway!
This summer I got the chance to read and review a contemporary romance novel called Yours to Keep by a new-to-me author, Shannon Stacey. I couldn’t put the book down. It had everything I love in contemporary romance: characters I can relate to and a perfect mix of hot passion with tender emotion. And it’s… Continue reading Interview with Shannon Stacey – and giveaway!