Books by Ann Lawrence

D+
Do You Believe?

Do You Believe? has an interesting premise and began with a lot of potential. It's a paranormal romance, one of my favorite subgenres, and features two story elements that I find appealing: a horror novelist hero and an English setting. But its early promise soon faded as it got bogged down in a ...

D
Virtual Warrior

When it's done well, fantasy and science fiction can be breathtaking, twisting the constraints with which humans see themselves and their world. Amateurish SF/F, however, reads like a high schooler's first attempt at writing after getting stoned and playing Dungeons and Dragons. The first three quar ...

D
Virtual Desire

Despite the beefcake cover and corny back cover blurb, I was impressed with the first quarter of this book. I thought Ms. Lawrence had taken a difficult premise - the hero of a virtual reality video game come to life in a New Jersey store - and made it workable. I was even laughing out loud in a few ...

B
Virtual Heaven

For a book that started out very dull and came close to decorating my wall many times, it definitely surprised me the more I read. In Virtual Heaven, debut author Ann Lawrence creates a unique premise that will appeal to many a romance reader. Execution isn't nearly so neat, but is fairly strong for ...

C
Virtual Heaven

Ah, the power of a poster featuring a sumptuous male. Makes you dream, doesn't it? Maggie O'Brien can't stop herself from staring at the hero of the virtual reality game Tolemac Wars. When trying the game for the first time, she finds herself tossed into the game and ends up in the hands of Kered, t ...