Books by Sandra Hill

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The Forever Christmas Tree

Sandra Hill opens her Bell Sound series with The Forever Christmas Tree, the tale of a female SEAL and the Christmas Tree farmer whose heart she broke. Lt. Wendy Patterson, Navy WEAL (Women on Earth, Land and Sea – the women’s division of the SEALs platoon) is about to head off on a two week ...

D-
The Pirate Bride

I had the hardest time rating this book. Mainly because I could not decide whether it was supposed to read as a parody of the old bodice rippers, or whether it actually was meant to be taken seriously. If this was meant to be a bit goofy, then that’s one thing. However, if this was supposed to be ...

C
Viking in Love

Sandra Hill may have changed publishers, but one thing certainly hasn’t altered: When you open a book by the author, you know exactly what you’re going to get. Her books are broad, ribald jokes. And completely and totally over the top in every way possible. This one sticks en ...

D+
So Into You

Sandra Hill’s Viking books have been guilty pleasures of mine for years. I find her Cajun books to be more variable, and the latest, So Into You, didn’t work for me at all. Grace O’Brien has quite the background. A promiscuous teenager, she later became a nun, then a world-class ...

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Viking Unchained

I’ve read time travel stories where it’s evident that the author did her research. Everything is laid out with scrupulous attention to detail and all the aspects of the story are as accurate as they can be. Viking Unchained is not that kind of story. The time travel aspects are loose, not lo ...

D+
Wild Jinx

A Cajun hero, a secret baby, and pirates - none of these are particularly original plot devices in romance novels, and all appear in Sandra Hill’s Wild Jinx. However, my issues with this book come more out of her presentation of the story, rather than its plot. Reporter Celine A ...

F
Down and Dirty

I searched for something nice to say about Down and Dirty, and the only thing I could come up with was its originality, a difficult achievement in an industry that recycles story themes ad nauseum. Unfortunately, the uniqueness of the story succumbed to absurdity. Navy SEAL, Zachar ...

C+
Pearl Jinx

In the interest of full disclosure, let me get something out of the way. Unless you had a similarly unorthodox childhood, I don't think many others will pick up something that affected my overall impression of Sandra Hill's Pearl Jinx. The Amish play a large part in this novel; their customs, relig ...

C+
Rough and Ready

Sandra Hill’s time traveling Vikings are back for another trip. Rough and Ready has a lot of farcial episodes and plenty of ultra-hot sex, but it lacks the touch of poignancy that made the early books in this series something special. Torolf Magnusson, son of Magnus, the Very Virile Viking, ...

C
Hot and Heavy

How do you combine Navy SEALs, Vikings, terrorists, and a harem concubine into one story? Well, time travel of course, and Sandra Hill is known for her ability to combine the past and present into funny and a bit madcap adventures. With Hot and Heavy, the fifth book in the Viking Series II, the re ...