Books by Robin Kaye

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You're The One

Robin Kaye's second installment in The Bad Boys of Redhook series has a lot of elements that make it a book I wished I could enjoy and recommend. Unfortunately I didn't and I can't. Skye Maxwell comes from a family of very successful restauranteurs. Her older brothers were all awar ...

D
Back to You

Some books just cry out for an editor. This first of the Bad Boys of Red Hook series cried out so loudly it’s amazing no one at Signet publishing heard or heeded the call. When bar owner and former Brooklyn cop Pete has quadruple bypass surgery, Bree, who runs the Crow’s Nest Bar ...

B-
Call Me Wild

I haven’t read anything by Robin Kaye since her debut, which I enjoyed very much. Call Me Wild is an enjoyable book, too; However, it fell victim to a number of authorial shortcuts that cheapened the overall quality of the story. Jessie James is a sports writer who, upon being laid off, relocat ...

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Wild Thing

Wild Thing proves that talented writing and steamy sex scenes can’t overcome unlikeable characters and an unbelievable romance. Reading this book was a frustrating experience since so many things failed to work for me. Hunter Kincaid’s day definitely takes a turn for the better when he discov ...

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Yours for the Taking

Robin Kaye’s book first book, Romeo, Romeo with it clever dialogue and scrumptious house cleaning hero was a definite winner for me, so I was very excited to have the opportunity to review Yours For The Taking. Disappointingly, this book wasn't quite as enjoyable for me. Elegant, rich, and amus ...

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Breakfast in Bed

Breakfast in Bed is the third book in Robin Kaye’s Domestic Gods series. While I had a few issues with it, on the whole I found it to be an enjoyable read. Moving to New York to be closer to her new-found brother and sister-in-law Annabelle, Becca Larsen needs a temporary plac ...

B+
Too Hot to Handle

There was a lot of positive buzz last year regarding Robin Kaye’s debut romance Romeo, Romeo and it was buzz in which I happily participated. Still, I didn’t go too far over the moon because I thought there was a dated element to the story in the person of the heroine’s mother. Dear Old Mom wa ...

B+
Romeo, Romeo

It feels like it’s been a while since I reviewed a solid contemporary romance. So many of those I’ve read lately felt lacking in some way, even if I enjoyed them. However, Romeo Romeo filled that void, reminding me of all the best things about the genre. Rosalie Ronaldi is a woman focused ...