Books by Lisa Cach

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1001 Erotic Nights, Part I: Slave Girl

I picked up Slave Girl, set in the Roman Empire, as part of my ongoing quest to try new settings. The setting was adequately developed, mixing authentic Roman elements with some supernatural Celtic fantasy. The characters were acceptable but not great, and the writing is technically sound. The pro ...

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The Erotic Secrets of a French Maid

The Erotic Secrets of a French Maid is the first book I’ve read by Lisa Cach and I can honestly say that it was an entertaining read. There were some problems, but overall, it is well written and quite funny. <!-- var browName = navigator.appName; var SiteID = 1; var ZoneID = 4; var browD ...

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A Babe In Ghostland

A Babe in Ghostland has a Haunting of Hill House premise with a whittled down cast. The end result is more comic and over-the-top than creepy, but overall it's quite entertaining. Megan Barrows is an antique store owner with an interesting talent: she can "feel" the stories of the trea ...

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Have Glass Slippers, Will Travel

I have been waiting for Have Glass Slippers, Will Travel for awhile now, so when it came available at my library, I put my interloan order in right quick. Lisa Cach is one of my few auto-read romance authors, and I always look forward to seeing what she’ll come up with next. None of her books are ...

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Have Glass Slippers, Will Travel

Maybe I'd have liked this book a whole lot better when I was fifteen. Then, again, probably not since even way back then I had a problem with authors requiring me to completely check my common sense at the door and dumb heroines were hardly my cup of tea. And, lest you think I'm overstating the c ...

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Dream of Me

Dark, sensual and wholly compelling, Dream of Me is an absorbing read from start to finish. Theron is an incubus, a demon who slips into women's dreams and fulfills their deepest sexual longings. For four thousand years, he has given women the kind of pleasure they could only find in t ...

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Come To Me

Come to Me is a wonderfully dark and tantalizing fantasy romance that introduces readers to some truly fascinating characters. Samira is a succubus. At night she enters into men's bedrooms and invades their dreams, making their deepest carnal longings come true in their sleep (for those una ...

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Dr. Yes

After having read and reviewed From Boardwalk With Love, the first novel in the new B.L.I.S.S. series (and giving it an F), I was a bit hesitant when asked to review this one as well. Luckily a change of author made all the difference, and I found myself enjoying this installment much more than the ...

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George and the Virgin

George and the Virgin was exactly what I needed to read last weekend. It was fun. It was funny. It had only the teeniest, tiniest, most negligible bit of angst - just enough for character development. It has the honor of being the only book I've read for review this year where I did not count the pa ...

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George and the Virgin

In medieval times, the citizens of Markesew picked a Virgin to sacrifice to their local dragon each year and Alizon is selected. "Saint" George is a professional wrestler, who is called across time to Alizon's castle where he is expected to slay the dragon. Upon his arrival, George finds that the ...