Books by Linda O. Johnston

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Canadian Wolf

I’m a huge fan of paranormals, especially when you mix in some romantic suspense. My gateway drug to romance was urban fantasy, after all, and the best urban fantasy novels, and the best romance novels, mix a little bit of everything together to make something new. They make use of the tropes with ...

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Not a Moment Too Soon

Not a Moment Too Soon has an intriguing premise, with a different twist on the usual psychic heroine plot. In the end though, the story really isn't that interesting. Shauna O'Leary owns a children's theme restaurant where she reads stories she's written for the kids who come in. But sometimes whe ...

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Alias Mommy

Alias Mommy is one of those books with a theme that's been done before. While it's nothing truly objectionable, it's also nothing new. Catherine Calvert Elkins is on the run. Alone and pregnant, she has an accident on a desolate road. She's rescued by Dr. Reeve Snyder and wakes in the hospital. As ...

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The Ballad of Jack O'Dair

I liked that this story was set in a unique place: Alaska during the Klondike gold rush near the end of the 19th century. The premise was intriguing, too: a balladeer is transported back in time to find out the end of a folk song that boasted a larger-than-life hero. Beyond that, however, the story ...

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Once a Cavalier

For somebody who doesn't normally pick up time-travel romances on her own, I've sure read my share of them since joining AAR. Like any other group of books, it's been a mixed bag, but I have to say that I had very few problems with Linda O. Johnston's latest, set in London just before the Great Fire ...

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Stranger on the Mountain

There's a legend about Eskway Mountain. It's said that the descendants of an Indian princess will not find true love until the mountain lion comes back to the mountain. Years ago, the large cat was driven away by hunters and has never returned - until now. Will the descendants of the princess, the W ...