Books by Katherine Sutcliffe

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Obsession

Reading Obsession I remembered why I gave up watching soap operas; they're too frustrating. Speaking of frustration, I don't know how anyone who read its prequel, Devotion, with its mother of all cliff hanger endings, handled it without giving up on Sutcliffe altogether. Unfortunately I'm not sure t ...

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Bad Moon Rising

On the surface Katherine Sutcliffe's last two books have been incredible tales of romantic suspense, with as many surprises, chills, and tingles as the most ardent thrill-junkie could possibly require. But, I think more importantly, both this book and the phenomenal Darkling I Listen were fundamenta ...

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A Fire in the Heart

1861, Yorkshire. In the night and the pouring rain, dogs are hunting Bonnie Eden. She is weak and hurt, but nothing deters her; she is escaping the brutality of a workhouse and a future as a whore. She finally seeks refuge at Damon Warwick’s estate, whereupon she coerces him into rendering her aid ...

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Darkling I Listen

Labeled as a romantic suspense, Darkling I Listen lives up to its billing - and more. Oh, baby! Brandon Carlyle is the sexiest, most tormented hero I have read in several years. As a beautiful young boy, he was taken to Hollywood by Cara, Stage-Mother-From-Hell, and has been betrayed by nearly every ...

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Fever

Earthy. If I were to quantify Fever in just one word, it would be earthy. I finished reading this book days ago and have been considering how to approach the review ever since. Parts of are really good; parts are not. Some characters are well drawn; others are stereotypes. The plot works, mostly, bu ...

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Notorious

Katherine Sutcliffe's new Victorian romance, Notorious, has a troubled hero, a feisty heroine, and lots of derring-do on the high seas. It should appeal to those who miss the "old style" of romance discussed this fall at AAR. Lord Jason Batson is one of the top agents in the British secret se ...

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Whitehorse

Apache Johnny Whitehorse shared a passionate teen-age love with Leigh Foster. Leigh's horrible and greedy racist father was a rich man who employed Johnny's horrible and abusively alcoholic father to train his horses. When Leigh's father found out that his little girl was having sex with an Indian, ...

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Hope and Glory

Hope and Glory is the first I've read by Katherine Sutcliffe. The story's prologue begins in England in the year 1164 with the birth of the hero, and then moves to France in the year 1189. This time period appeals to me, as I love a "knight in shining armor" rescuing damsels in distress. Rolan ...

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Dream Fever

I first read Dream Fever in 1991 when I purchased the book from a little gift shop in a hotel by the San Francisco airport. I'm embarrassed to say the only reason I bought it was because it was signed by the author. I devoured it in hours - laughing, crying, desperate for the happy ending - and in t ...