Interview with Eva Leigh

Historical romance has always been a look at the past through the lens of the present, with stories and characters finding inspiration through problems and challenges we still have today.  Authors have been shifting away [...]

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B+
The Dangerous Billionaire

The dedication at the beginning of Jackie Ashenden's new Tate Brothers series starter, The Dangerous Billionaire reads: ...

C-
Follow Me Back

My grade for Follow Me Back bounced up and down like a dysfunctional pogo stick. One minute I felt a C would be a fair ...

A
Deep Waters

DIKlassic Review originally published on September 1, 1998   Okay, I admit it ... my introduction to Ms. Krent ...

B+
The Wicked Cousin

The Wicked Cousin starts off on a high note with a superb prologue that’s both gripping and moving, and introduces us ...

B
Merely a Marriage

Merely a Marriage by Jo Beverley is not merely a book: It is the final book by a beloved, iconic author of the genre. I ...

B+
Turn Me Loose

Although Turn Me Loose is billed as the sixth book in Anne Calhoun’s Alpha Ops series, the author includes enough rele ...

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Deep Waters

DIKlassic Review originally published on September 1, 1998   Okay, I admit it ... my introduction to Ms. Krentz was less than auspicious. I read Gift of Fire and Gift of Gold, and to be honest, I wasn't crazy about either one. Still, something brought me back to Jayne Ann and I've not been disappointed. First of all, I like the way her main characters interact with the secondary characters in her books. Also, I really like her secondary characters, and I like the careers she picks f ...