Books by Jennifer St. Giles

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Silken Shadows

Just three years ago, Jennifer St. Giles was a welcome breath of fresh air with her American-set historical romances featuring classic Gothic overtones. My oh my, how the mighty have fallen. So, just how do you take a good thing and pretty much ruin it in three short years? First of all, you mov ...

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Lure of the Wolf

When I picked up The Lure of the Wolf, I thought that I was in for another fun shapeshifter series. Unfortunately, I found cardboard, beefcake males who spurn clothing, and the women who have sex with them for two days straight and call it love. There was also a fantastic alternate reality world tha ...

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Darkest Dreams

My love for romance reading is based on many things, but I must admit that alluring heroes top that list. It seems that I seldom find one of those perfectly desirable heroes these days, but Jennifer St. Giles serves up such a delectable one in her latest release that I fear most other heroes will fa ...

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Touch a Dark Wolf

Ready for a new series featuring a group of super-hunky paranormal warriors with a duty to protect humankind from all kinds of demonic and quasi-mortal bad guys? Well, whether you want it or not, you’ve got one, this time by Gothic historical romance author Jennifer St. Giles. ...

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Midnight Secrets

Midnight Secrets is a gothic tale that takes place on the Cornwall coast in an atmospheric castle inhabited by a very mysterious and elusive master. Too elusive a master for my tastes, for, as the story is told in the first person by the heroine, we don't get to know the hero very well at all. Writi ...

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His Dark Desires

His Dark Desires is set in Reconstruction Era New Orleans. Heroine Juliet Boucheron is still dealing with the after-effects of the war. Her husband disappeared with thousands of dollars in Confederate gold, and as a result, she and her son have been shunned by all of their friends. They also have li ...

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His Dark Desires

Though His Dark Desires takes place in the midst of a sultry New Orleans summer, it represents something quite the opposite for romance readers: a welcome breath of fresh air. Don’t get me wrong – I’m a bonafide Regency girl from w-a-a-a-y back. But somewhere along the way, a steady diet of ...

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The Mistress of Trevelyan

This book features a mysterious house with a secret passage, a poor governess who narrates it in the first person, a dark, brooding, intense hero, and the word "mistress" is in the title. Could it be...a gothic novel? Yes it is. How is it? Well, it's not bad, but Dorothy Eden still did it better. ...