Books by Millie Criswell

D+
No Strings Attached

The hero and heroine of this story have a relationship that is friendly and non-sexual; no strings attached, they like to call it, "strings" meaning any sort of commitment or romantic entanglement. But strings can also anchor a person - to reality. The heroine of this story really does have no strin ...

C-
Mad About Mia

Mia DeNero is the younger sister of Angela (The Trials of Angela ...

D+
Staying Single

Staying Single is the first book in Harlequin's new Flipside series. Too bad there's nothing new about it. Described in the author's letter as a cross between Chick Lit and the usual romance novel, the book takes the most familiar ingredients of both and comes off as more than a little stale. Thro ...

D
The Trials of Angela

The Trials of Angela is a romantic comedy that isn't very funny and isn't very romantic. Both the hero and the heroine make unethical decisions, and their neighbors and families, especially the older generation, make unkind and bigoted pronouncements left and right. Unless you're in desperate ne ...

N/A
What To Do About Annie?

Linda:   As I read What to Do About Annie, I thought that it would surely make everyone wanting "something different" happy. A sequel to The Trouble With Mary, Annie continues the adventures of the Russo family. It features strong ethnic characters, a hero who leaves the Priesthood, and ...

B-
The Trouble With Mary

I often complain about the "too good to be true" characters in most romances. In The Trouble With Mary the heroine is a college dropout who can't zip her jeans, has a chocolate addiction, and leaves dirty dishes in the sink. And the hero has a Rolaids dependency. These are my people! Mary's ...