Books by Ann Aguirre

B+
Witch Please

I read and very much enjoyed Strange Love by Ann Aguirre (which is a highly amusing science fiction romance that made me believe insectoid-like aliens and humans could end up together - no really, you should check it out!) and that's what made me pick up this book. It was a very good decision. Co ...

B+
Strange Love

The Hunger Games meets The Bachelor in Strange Love, a romance about an abductee who decides to make the best of it when she finds herself fighting for her survival – and a mate – on a foreign world. On Barath, you can’t just meet someone, fall in love and start a family. You must earn the ...

B-
The Third Mrs. Durst

Some books need more suspension of disbelief than others and The Third Mrs. Durst is definitely one of those novels. The tale of a ‘hillbilly’ getting her revenge against a rich, powerful man, it bends reality pretty close to the breaking point - but it has fun getting there. Marlena Altizer ...

C-
Agave Kiss

Let me start this review by saying I enjoy most of Ann Aguirre's work, as herself and under a couple of pseudonyms. I volunteered to review Agave Kiss, as I have been saving this series as a gift for myself. Hoping to be current before reviewing this last book, I sat down with book one and prepared ...

B
Aftermath

Before I read the romances of Ava Gray and Ellen Connor, Ann Aguirre's pseudonyms, I was a huge fan of her Sirantha Jax sci-fi series. Although science fiction will always come after my first love of romances, this awesome series runs a very close second. Set in the very far future where humans have ...

D
Grimspace

After reading a number of glowing online reviews of Grimspace by Ann Aguirre, I got curious. I love SF romances and space opera, and this sounded like an interesting novel. Things started off compelling enough, but I lost all interest in the characters’ fate after the first third and grew to despi ...