Books by Marianne Stillings

B
A Kiss to Build a Dream on

A Kiss to Build a Dream On is a story of the much-lauded women civilian pilots, employed to ferry military aircraft by the US Air Force during World War II. Only very experienced pilots  with more than five hundred flying hours under their belt were hired, and employing women freed up men for comba ...

B+
Killer Charms

Marianne Stillings’ Killer Charms is the third book in her Darling trilogy. The previous two books earned high grades here, A- and B+ respectively, and I thoroughly enjoyed both. As a fan, I was very glad that the last book was as strong as the previous two. Andie Darling, the younger sister of ...

B+
Satisfaction

Several months ago, I picked up Marianne Stillings' Arousing Suspicions based on Lisa Gardineer's DIK review. Satisfaction picks up several months after its predecessor, featuring the brother of that book’s hero. This is a fun and suspenseful read, but don't be fooled; there's a surprising amount ...

A-
Arousing Suspicions

I don’t do romantic suspense. Something about the short time period and traumatic events that lead to the hero and heroine declaring their love is too much for me. I’m an epic kind of gal. But then Marianne Stillings waltzes on to the scene with a wonderful mix of humor, suspense, and sexiness t ...

C-
Sighs Matter

I must admit that the first fifty pages of Sighs Matter were a test of endurance for me. First there was the hero who snapped his gum repeatedly while responding to serious questions with flippant, sometimes extended, answers such as “Been there, done that, bought the T-shirt, bad fit, donated it ...