While it wasn't my favorite of Maya's books, Letting Go was a good story that involved both passion and emotion.
I want to fall in love with one of her books again! This one just didn’t do that for me. No matter what though, it’s still good – it’s Lora Leigh after all!
Fast-paced, with intense sex scenes and an intriguing jumble of the sports and fashion worlds, this steamy novel will satisfy those who like a little heat in their love stories.
...this book didn’t work for me...you tied up the book with little to no drama, and I found that I wasn’t rooting for the couple to be together...I found myself rolling my eyes and wishing for better for both characters.
All the trademarks of Bailey’s books are here: the fantastic dirty talking hero, snarky banter and a sweet happy ever after.
Written from the heart Still Life with Bread Crumbs digs deep into the female psyche, bringing hope to those who may be dealing with similar situations while telling a heartrending tale of transformation, love, and self-discovery.
Those readers who, like me, enjoyed Reaper’s Property will undoubtedly enjoy Reaper’s Legacy. It’s a better book, in my opinion but very much in the same vein.
Leavened with strong emotion and dark humor, and featuring superior writing as well as a thoughtfully structured plot, Cat and Bones's final adventure is appropriately splendid and satisfying.
Readers have waited a long time for Dimitri and Skyler’s story and while the plot is strong, this is not Feehan’s best work. Lines regarding importance of good friends, teamwork and heritage, descriptions of Dimitri’s wounds and how Skyler is the only one capable of rescuing him are repeated so often they make up at least a third of the book.
Swanny gets his book next and I have been eagerly anticipating his book since he first stepped on the page in book four. I can only hope that Banks brings it and didn’t feel rushed or pressured writing that one as she says she was while writing this one. Every long running series has that book that I wish the author hadn’t wrote….
For me, Before Jamaica Lane features a truly enjoyable, if young, couple and a really satisfying love story.
Love: *SIGH* This love I can read over and over. GAH! It’s wicked yet sweet. Enticing and thrilling Cora is the perfect girl for Rome. Together, they are dynamite!
The story has a little bit of mystery surrounding an ancient art book. I liked how that part of the story played out. The thing I also liked about this book is that it has a HEA in the end.
Together, Lucy and Mason must puzzle out who placed the body in the chimney and whether the death of her aunt is somehow connected, while they also contemplate the renewal of an attraction neither was really aware of in their teen years. Krentz has done a solid job of melding the excitement of a thriller with the sweetness of new passion.
Both Ria and Landry need to resolve the way they feel about their families, before they can be ready for each other. And once they’re ready, wow!
Ione deftly moves through the complicated, imaginative plot with clarity and flair. Sexy, creative, darkly fanciful and chock full of action, devilry and intense emotion.
At its core, Innocence is nothing more than a stifling, sluggish retread of Beauty and the Beast...This isn’t the Dean R. Koontz behind heartfelt page-turners like Watchers, Lightning, or Strangers. This is latter-day Dean Koontz, a master of treading narrative water.
It’s a fantastic, slightly sad, sweet, bittersweet and heartwarming novella that compliments the series perfectly!
Trigiani’s ability to bring the large, warm, enveloping—if somewhat dysfunctional—family to life will keep any reader engrossed and entertained.
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished is well-written, funny, tender and heart-breaking; and in Temple and Mara, Ms MacLean has created a compelling central couple who, despite an inauspicious beginning, thoroughly deserve their hard-won HEA – and each other.