Books by Cindy Dees

D
Beyond the Limit

*sigh*. This is the second romance novel I’ve read in the past month that mentions ‘hot monkey sex.’ NO. The expression conjures a decidedly unsexy visual.  As per Rom Rule #14 in my personal reviewer’s handbook, a romance that describes high-intensity sexual intercourse as ‘hot monkey se ...

C+
Close Pursuit

Have you ever read a book that works in one category but not another? That was my primary issue with Close Pursuit. Cindy Dees' latest suspense novel requires a certain suspension of disbelief, but works quite well as a thriller. Well enough that I often pictured it as an action movie as I read. How ...

C
Haunted Echoes

I love adventure stories. I didn’t realize that the Silhouette Bombshell books were adventure stories when I picked up one for review. While I enjoyed the solid, intricate adventure plot in Cindy Dees’s Haunted Echoes, the scant attention paid to its romance irritated and disappointed me. ...

B
Target

Target feels like a complete season of the TV show 24 in book form. It takes place within a single 24-hour period, and instead of chapters, the story is broken down into hours. As on the show, we follow our hero, in this case Army Intelligence officer Diana Lockworth, through a nonstop series of som ...

D
Line of Fire

There's nothing like a stupid heroine to ruin a perfectly decent book. Line of Fire contains crisp writing, constant action and an exotic setting. It also has one of the most astonishingly idiotic heroines I've had the misfortune to come across in some time. Ever wanted to read a story about G.I. ...

B-
Behind Enemy Lines

This promising debut by Golden Heart winner Cindy Dees should appeal to fans of action and military romances. Air Force Captain Annie O'Donnell is high over the jungles of the fictional South American country of Gavarone, evacuating a special forces group. She's got one man ...