Books by Monica Burns

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A Bluestocking Christmas

If you’re looking for a quick, spicy seasonal read, then A Bluestocking Christmas might fit the bill, but the essence is on the ‘spice’, as the content is very weighted in favour of the sex scenes, of which there are quite a few for a novella. That’s all well and good, because Monica Burns w ...

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Pleasure Me

Monica Burns' latest is an excellent read about two characters with problems that have been intensified by the cruelty of those around them. I greatly enjoyed this character and dialogue-driven novel and was certainly able to sympathize with the main characters as well as share in their triumph of f ...

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Assassin’s Honor

Assassin’s Honor is an interesting book. While not entirely original, the concept is a good one, although slow plot development and slightly ambiguous main characters bogged the story down. Deep inside the burial chamber of Ptolemy I, archaeologist Emma Zale finds an icon that pr ...

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Kismet

With a name like Monica Burns, I expected some pretty intense love scenes in Kismet. My expectations held true, but despite early fears it would be a physical-based relationship, the book ended with a relatively satisfying love story. Unfortunately, much of the rest was lacking. ...