Books by Karen Foley


I asked to review Hot-Blooded for one primary reason: The setting is a rural Afghanistan military base. (Seriously, how awesome is that?) Unfortunately, while the setting proved interesting, the romance proved too lackluster to earn a recommendation. When Elena de la Vega catches her ...


When I signed up to review Able-bodied, I thought it was going to feature an injured soldier and a physical therapist. I was right about the soldier, but the physical therapist turned out to be a woman who can literally heal with her touch. (Think faith-healer without the religious overtones.) I’l ...