Books by Paula Detmer Riggs

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Never Walk Alone

Never Walk Alone is nothing so much as it is quite a let down. After all, this is the sequel to Taming the Night, a very enjoyable read. Unfortunately, the characters in this book seem all to have come from Central Casting, and the serious conflicts Riggs raised all seemed to melt away for no reason ...

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Born A Hero

Born a Hero is the first in the new Firstborn Sons series from the Silhouette Intimate Moments line, and let me say that it was a wonderful start to this forthcoming 6-book series, which will star the firstborn sons of a group of men who served together in Vietnam. Dr. Katherine Remson ...

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Daddy By Choice

Daddy By Choice is a baby book. The hero is a former cowboy. The cover is really, really ugly (is that man sewing)? So naturally, I passed it up. No I didn't. Daddy By Choice is by Paula Detmer Riggs and anyone who can do as she did with Her Secret, His Child, which was to take the old, hackneyed se ...

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The Bachelor Party

I'm sure that a lot of us remember the first romance book we ever read, especially that one book that changed our minds about the genre and banished the phrase "bodice-ripper" from our vocabularies. While I never was a romance snob - I was, and I blush to admit it, a series romance snob. For ...

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Taming the Night

Paula Detmer Riggs is one writer who has never disappointed me. I have all of her Silhouette category novels and have enjoyed each and every one of them. When I read one of her books, I know I can expect a story that engages me and characters who are memorable. Taming the Night is a bo ...

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A Perfect Hero

Please do not make the mistake of looking at the cover of A Perfect Hero with its picture of three adorable toddlers and a teddy bear with a Whose Child? blurb on it and say, "Oh no, another secret baby book!" Yes, there are secret babies in this book, but there is so much more! Ian Ma ...

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Her Secret, His Child

In Her Secret, His Child, Paula Detmer Riggs confronts the delicate issue of date rape head-on when she brings hero Mitch Scanlon, disabled now but still potently attractive, back into Carly Alderson's life. This book earned its place on my keeper shelves because in Mitch, Riggs created a hero so po ...