Books by Ann Christopher

B
Redemption's Touch

I chose Ann Christopher’s Redemption’s Touch for review because I read very little African-American romance, and I was curious in which way the character’s racial background was going to be reflected in their story. From my perspective as a European reader, the answer seems to be in nothing re ...

B-
Campaign For Seduction

In Campaign For Seduction, journalist heroine Liza Wilson at one point describes Senator and presidential candidate Jonathan Davis as looking like Will Smith. Since it came from her thoughts and I’m a fan of that man’s face, I didn’t mind the reference. It also came late in the book when I’d ...

B+
Tender Secrets

This is the fifth novel in Ann Christopher's quickly expanding shelf of work and the most polished of them all. Having followed her from the start of her romance career to date, I'll say that she has gotten better with each book. The two elements where she is at her strongest are sexual tension and ...

D
Trouble

Have you ever reached the end of a book and asked yourself, "Why on Earth did I just read every page of that? How many moments of my life is it that I won't have back again?" Well, in my case, I read every word of this novel because I had to for review purposes. For other readers, I cannot imagine w ...