Books by Emily Carmichael

B-
Gone To The Dogs

I have to admit, I chose Gone To The Dogs because the premise sounded so ridiculous that at least I would have plenty to write about, even if it were only to complain. But what I actually found was a rather pleasant book with likable characters and amusing side commentary by none other than a dog. ...

B
The Good, the Bad, and the Sexy

Forget the reality checks, because right off the bat I have to tell you that this book won't stand up to them. But, if you can suspend disbelief and roll with the fantasy, you'll probably enjoy spending a few hours with Jackson Stone, mega movie star, and Rachel Marsh, widowed owner of an Arizona du ...

B
Diamond in the Ruff

Do you like stories with animals? How about stories with a little paranormal element? Stories with likable, honorable characters? If so, Emily Carmichael's Diamond in the Ruff should be right up your alley. Joey DeMato is a successful professional who runs her own wedding planning business. She's ...

B-
Jezebel's Sister

Nathan Stone is a Tennessee gentleman whose world was ravaged by the Civil War. Embittered by violence, he turned to outlawry and narrowly escaped being hanged before he attempted to turn his life around. Now he’s masquerading as a preacher with a wagon train full of good Christians, headed for Or ...

C+
A Ghost for Maggie

A Ghost for Maggie starts out strong, and throughout the first two-thirds or so, is a truly wonderful read. Then, unfortunately, it gets stuck in the lack-of-trust rut and remains mired there until the end. Robin Rowe was an Arizona madam shot dead in her prime. Because her female descenden ...

D
A Ghost for Maggie

Paranormal romances have had quite a resurgence lately. I personally think paranormal activities and romance make a great combination. Then again, there are books that make me wonder if I could be mistaken. The notorious Red Robin, Robin Rowe, was a phenomenally successful madam during the 1800 ...

B
Finding Mr. Right

Ever have a friend who was a total bitch? Figuratively we all have, but what about literally? What if the friend you thought were dead came back to earth as a dog with the intention of making up for the terrible wrong she did you? Lydia Keane always considered herself a good friend to Amy Cameron ...

B-
Finding Mr. Right

Don't let the premise of this funny book put you off because adultery is involved. The actual adulterous affair happens before the book begins, however, and the lead characters are not the adulterors. Lydia Keane had an affair with her best friend Amy's husband, David. Lydia and David are killed, ...