Books by Danelle Harmon

B+
Lord of the Sea

I just had the kind of month that just wasn’t good for reading. You probably know how it is - kids this, work that, family obligations here and something else going on there. So it took me awhile to really get into Lord of the Sea. Once I got into it, though, I really got into it. This one is defi ...

B
The Admiral's Heart

The Admiral’s Heart is a short but surprisingly thought-provoking novella by now-back-on-the-scene author Danelle Harmon. I read it in a flash, questioned the premise - and then found myself thinking about it long into the next day. On the surface, the story is short and simple. When Lady Phili ...

F
Pirate in My Arms

I started reading Pirate in My Arms with high expectations. It was my first Danelle Harmon, and based on the gushing reviews I’ve read for her other books, I hoped this book would be a keeper. Unfortunately, not so. Maria Hallett is a gentle, sheltered girl living in the Puritan town of Cape Co ...

A-
The Wicked One

Let’s get one thing straight: despite the insipid cover, Lucien de Montforte is much too smart to go out in the snow in a cloak and no shirt, although he does occasionally go coatless. I had great expectations for the conclusion of the de Montforte series, and on this crucial point I was completel ...

B+
The Defiant One

Danelle Harmon's newest, The Defiant One, is a lot of fun. I sat down with it on a Saturday afternoon and finished it on the same day. It's a delightful romantic comedy with compelling characters and a crazy "mad scientist" plot. Believable? It's about as believable as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde or Fra ...

A
The Beloved One

The Beloved One is one of those books that I could hardly make myself put down. You know how it is; you are supposed to eat and sleep now and then, but you'd much rather be reading! When I have that feeling, I know I have a desert isle keeper on my hands. Practically perfect from start to finish, Th ...

B
The Beloved One

I so enjoyed reading The Beloved One; there were so many things about that I just loved. I loved the Cinderella storyline where we first encounter the heroine, Amy Leighton, literally in the ashes. I loved the setting - America at the beginning of the Revolutionary War and Georgian England (such a r ...

A
The Wild One

There's just something about a hero who charges out of the dark to save women and children from the hands of vile villains. There's something else altogether about a heroine who returns the favor by saving him! I knew right from the opening chapters of The Wild One when just such a scene took place ...