Books by Cait London

D
With Her Last Breath

With Her Last Breath is a book I'd never have finished had I not been required to in order to write this review. After the first few chapters, I would have gladly set it aside - okay, hurled it in disgust - and moved on to something else. The beginning of the book is, quite simply, terrible, overwro ...

C-
When Night Falls

Oddly enough, this book began for me as an F. But I kept reading and grudgingly began thinking of it as a D. Pages turned, time marched on. Okay, maybe a D+. I hit the final fifty pages, finished the book and closed the cover. Sigh. What to do, what to do. Okay. C-minus. That's my best offer. While ...

D-
Leaving Lonely Town

Leaving Lonely Town. What a great title. The cover is striking and eyecatching too. Let's check out the blurb on the back - ooh looks like a good one. Now to read it. Dear readers, there are some books I pick up and don't put down till the last page. This was not one of them. ...

D-
It Happened at Midnight

This story contains one of my biggest personal peeves: the hostile heroine. You know her. No matter how wonderful the hero is, she yells at him, fights with him, and belittles him practically the entire book. I like a little strife and conflict in my books, but constant arguing gets old quickly. ...

B
Sleepless in Montana

Warning: If you are looking for a story similar to Sleepless in Seattle, this book will not deliver that lighthearted and funny feeling. I grinned when I read the setting of this story because Sweet Grass County is adjacent to the county I live in, and Big Timber, Montana does exist. I've been ...

D+
Three Kisses

When a novel gets off to a really bad start, it's pretty difficult to recover, and Three Kisses has a very bad beginning. Too much information is packed into a short space, and my progress was slowed by some awkward passages. Though the novel got a little better, I never recovered from that initiall ...