Books by Dinah McCall

B-
Mimosa Grove

Mimosa Grove was a pleasant surprise from an author I'd almost given up on. While it does have some rough spots, the latest from Dinah McCall (aka Sharon Sala) is a mostly successful reading experience. Laurel Scanlon is the daughter of a federal prosecutor. She never fit in with her father's ...

D
The Perfect Lie

Recently I saw the movie The Bourne Identity, starring Matt Damon and a very good German actress named Franka Potente. As often happens in action movies, Potente was wasted in what I call a "girlfriend role": she had no real purpose other than to be protected by, and to love, the dominant hero. Dina ...

C
White Mountain

White Mountain, Dinah McCall's latest romantic suspense novel, isn't bad, boring, or even all that annoying. It's simply mediocre and yet another forgettable tale from a writer who, once upon a time, had the ability to create characters who moved me to tears. Isabella Abbott's mo ...

D+
Storm Warning

Dinah McCall also writes under the name Sharon Sala. I’ve enjoyed many of her books under both names, so I was looking forward to this one. The set up for the plot of this book was intriguing, but I could never warm up to the relationship between the hero and heroine, and certain plot elements see ...

A
Tallchief

A Desert Island Keeper is a book I want to read over and over, and Tallchief by Dinah McCall certainly fits the bill. In general, "American Indian" books aren't my cuppa, but once in a while I make an exception; Tallchief is an exceptional book. Morgan Tallchief lost the only woman he ever lo ...

A
Jackson Rule

Having finally discovered Sharon Sala, I picked this book up out of my library earlier this week, and thought I'd give it a try. Well, I didn't put Jackson Rule down until I had finished it. It grabbed me, first paragraph, and I was off and running. Jackson Rule has spent almost half of his l ...