Books by Karen Kendall

C+
Take Me Two Times

Take Me Two Times is the second installment in Karen Kendall’s ARTemis series, about a group of art repossession agents. It was enjoyable enough to make me want to read the first book, but the problems I encountered left me unable to heartily recommend it. Gwen Davies is a forme ...

B
Take Me if You Can

Karen Kendall's Take me If You Can captivated me. I began reading it in an airport while waiting for a flight and I quickly became so engrossed in it that I actually continued reading while standing in line to board the plane. I was disappointed when my flight landed – and surprised that the trip ...

D+
Fit to be Tied

Karen Kendall seems to have fallen in a proverbial plot hole and can’t quite dig herself out. Fit to be Tied suffers from a truly bad plot and some childish dialogue that would make my two year old wince. Jen’s engagement to the almost perfect Tom has been less than stellar. Her ...

B
Someone Like Him

Karen Kendall reminds me a bit of Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Someone Like Him is a love story between two very mismatched people who struggle to find common ground. A lot of humor and snappy dialogue kept me turning the pages, while the touching emotion of the love story crept up on me. Nice. Lave ...

C-
I've Got You, Babe

It's never a good sign when I'd rather do housework than read. I dislike housework, and I'm grateful for any excuse to avoid it. It doesn't take much to keep me occupied, either, since I'm one of those compulsive readers who can happily peruse a cereal box for half an hour. So when I found myself re ...

C+
To Catch a Kiss

Generally when I review a book I only glance at the back cover blurb to get a brief idea of what the book is about. I want to have a bit of an idea as to the setting and plot but don't want to prejudice my review in any way with expectations. Sometimes, even with just a glance, I read more then I ...