Books by Cindi Myers

D+
Cold Conspiracy

When I first started reviewing for AAR, I reviewed mostly historical romance - which has always been my favourite genre – and added in the odd romantic suspense title here and there for a bit of variety.  These days I read a lot more RS, although most of it is m/m, as I have found only a small nu ...

C
The Man Most Likely

I looked forward to reading The Man Most Likely because it featured a plus-sized heroine, and it’s become a point of interest for me to read the different ways in which authors deal with physically less than perfect women. With respect to overweight heroines, some authors have their characters los ...

C+
The Right Mr. Wrong

The Right Mr. Wrong is the second book Cindi Myer set in Crested Butte, Colorado (following Marriage on Her Mind). It's a quick, light read, and though the main characters have a fair amount of baggage from their past, the book is not filled with angst or deep emotions. While I enjoyed the heroine, ...

C+
Marriage on Her Mind

Cindi Meyers’ Marriage on Her Mind is a small-town romance, the type some people love and others, well, don’t. Aside from the protagonists, a host of minor characters and fellow townspeople provide comic relief. Casey Jernigan drove herself from Chicago to a small Colorado town ...

B-
The Man Tamer

In my opinion, reading cannot be all angst, deeply emotional or riveting stories; the equivalent of meat and potatoes in a diet. Once in a while it is nice to pick up the book equivalent of a chocolate bar. The Man Tamer falls into that group of light romances with some humor that are satisfying if ...

C+
Fear of Falling

Two years after Harlequin Intrigue launched its Gothic romance promotion Eclipse, Blaze gets in the game with its own Gothic line "It Was a Dark and Sexy Night..." Cindi Myers's Fear of Falling kicks things off, and while I appreciated several things about it, it ultimately fell a little short. ...

C+
What Phoebe Wants

I planned on giving this book a slightly better grade, but after waiting a week to work on the review, I sat down in front of my computer and could not remember what the book was about. In fact, I could not remember the book at all. I knew there was a book to review, but for the life of me I could n ...

C+
Life According to Lucy

Life According to Lucy is a fun little read that had me laughing several times. It's the type of read I often hope for when I pick up a series romance. The only problem is that it isn't enough of a good thing; the pacing is off, and the book becomes very rushed at the end as the author crams what sh ...

C-
Say You Want Me

Say You Want Me is one of those books whose details are all but forgotten once the final page is turned (luckily I'm a fast typist). And, if you're a series reader, you've probably read versions of these characters and the plot elements 100 times over. There's nothing new here and, unfortunately, li ...