Books by Pam Rosenthal

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The Edge of Impropriety

Pam Rosenthal burst on the scene in 2003 with Almost a Gentleman, a genre-bustin’ winner. Though it’s been downhill ever since, the good news is that The Edge of Impropriety is certainly better than her last two, but nowhere in the same league as her first. On the keeping the ...

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The Slightest Provocation

The Slightest Provocation is an "Anything But" book. As I waded through it, I kept wishing I was doing anything but reading it. At one point, I was so bored I decided to take a break and scrub my bathtub. The half hour I spent doing so was more interesting, satisfying and enjoyable than any moment I ...

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The Bookseller's Daughter

Like many readers, I very much enjoyed Almost A Gentleman, Pam Rosenthal's debut romance novel. If it wasn't quite a DIK for me, it was both romantic and erotic and definitely left me looking forward to the author's future books. Unhappily, the The Bookseller's Daughter is such a dramatic decli ...

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Almost a Gentleman

Much as I loved Almost a Gentleman, I was almost afraid to sit down and write the review. Pam Rosenthal's romance debut is a masterful mix of bold and subtle writing elements. Knowing that, I knew anything I write will hardly do the book justice. But since this is a review site and I've offered to r ...