Books by Ruthie Knox

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Madly

Because my love affair with contemporary romance started with About Last Night, a novel linked to this one, I had a special place in my heart for Madly even before I started reading it.  While it features my favorite romantic trope - opposites falling in love - it's also a story of redemption and s ...

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About Last Night

There is so much I like about this story: the unique characters, the London setting, the fact that we actually see the characters at work and learn about their lives outside of work. And best yet? The heroine works at the Victoria and Albert Museum as a specialist in knitting! Pat gave the e-book ve ...

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Along Came Trouble

Readers often complain about the abundance of seemingly perfect heroines in so many romance novels. That’s definitely not a problem here. In this second entry in the author’s Camelot series set in the fictional college town of Camelot, Ohio, both the primary and secondary heroine are prickly, st ...

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Making It Last

I don’t read short stories or novellas and avoid marriage-in-trouble books. If I’d realized this was a novella about a 14-year marriage that’s in trouble I never would have picked it for review. Sometimes ignorance truly is bliss. While definitely not what I expected, this was a powerful, touc ...

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Flirting with Disaster

I am a fan of Ruthie Knox's works. Her books are filled with characters it's easy to care for, zingy conversations, smoking love scenes, and realistic relational conundrums. Thus I am not a whit surprised I like her latest, Flirting with Disaster, the third book in her Camelot series. This consisten ...

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About Last Night

Amazon said because I liked Sarah Mayberry, I would like this Random House Digital book. Skeptically, I decided to take Amazon up on its challenge, but since I haven’t had much luck with some of the music services that pick tunes for me, I didn’t hold out a lot of hope. I was pleasantly surprise ...