Books by Evelyn Vaughn

B+
Lost Calling

With Lost Calling, Evelyn Vaughn gets Bombshell's new Madonna Key continuity series off to a very strong start. Fans of Vaughan's Grail Keepers series will no doubt enjoy seeing how she uses several secondary characters from that series as her focus for this novel. New readers, however, will not b ...

B+
Contact

Evelyn Vaughn has quickly become my favorite Bombshell author, and Contact offers ample proof why that is. The premise is a familiar one that's been done a lot recently - usually quite poorly. I've been burned so much lately by similar books that I probably wouldn't have bothered with this one if it ...

B+
Her Kind of Trouble

Evelyn Vaughn's Grailkeepers series continues in Her Kind of Trouble. This is another thrilling, action-packed ride that proves Vaughn is one author who really "gets" what a Silhouette Bombshell book should be. Maggi Sanger is on a mission to locate long-missing grails, cups with ma ...

A-
A.K.A. Goddess

I’m not giving A.K.A. Goddess keeper status because of its rich and vivid characters. It’s not that kind of book. I’m not giving it keeper status because of its romance, even though the love story is more intriguing and better developed than most romance novels I’ve read this year. It’s no ...

C+
The Player

The Player is the third in the Family Secrets series and while there's much good about it, it suffers from an almost fatal flaw. The writing is strong. It has a really distinctive sense of place that adds a lot to the story. There are a number of terrific scenes and it nicely advances the overall st ...

C+
Buried Secrets

In the mid-1990s Evelyn Vaughn wrote a quartet of books featuring witch heroines for Silhouette's late Shadows line. During the subsequent series romance embargo on paranormal tales, she published several historicals under her real name, Yvonne Jocks. Now that paranormal stories are slowly making a ...

A
Buried Secrets

I hadn't planned on reading this book. I really wasn't interested in paranormal romances and had never read one before. While I'm a big fan of TV shows like the X-Files and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, I figured a paranormal romance could never be that scary or creepy or even the littlest bit chilling, ...