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 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 ...