I have always enjoyed Linda Lael Millers books. Her stories just warm my heart with her interesting characters and contemporary plots that end in a wonderful HEA. This book is no different and I am so looking forward to whatever she has coming out next.
Unlike Walt’s usual adventures...this novella shuns mystery for a wild and dangerous adventure that will leave you both touched and breathless.
An expertly written tale of ancient crimes, with every period detail—and every detail, period—just right.
... it offers intimate, often startling access to the peculiar intellect and capacious soul of a 20th-century icon.
The Orchardist is a beautifully written and haunting novel, a mood not usually captured by first time authors.
Really glaring are the absence of reasons why Joslyn loves Slade and why he loves her. Heated love scenes have never been Miller’s forte, but this book flattens them to cyphers.
Ford writes the kind of marooned-on-a-desert-island books that force you to question why you need to read anyone else (answer: Alice Munro). Again and again, his characters ask us to regard contradictions as plain common sense.
Tough, resourceful and quietly funny, as always.
A well-rendered neoclassic tale of the Old West, worthy of a place alongside Lonesome Dove and Sea of Grass
While the worldbuilding is thin and frequently nonsensical, this grotesque and bloody construction of a vampire world will appeal to readers who've been craving gore over romance with their vampires.
...Hagy is fast becoming a recognizable author of the American West.
Standing tall among the riffraff is charismatic Raylan Givens, in his navy-blue suit and sharp cowboy hat...
It is a fine debut that thriller readers should enjoy.
Walls has written the book in the first person as if Lily herself were telling her own story...and as such it is expertly done. But any story told in the first person has serious limits, and not all of them have been overcome in this narrative.
The prose is clear and – as befitting the subject matter – pared down to often brutal effect. This is an austere world of emotional expediency and personal sacrifice...