Books by Susan Fox

B-
Home on the Range

This book is the second in Susan Fox’s Caribou Crossings series, but readers need not read the first book in order to enjoy this one. It does well as a stand-alone. This is a fairly solid book that might have made it into DIK territory if the author had not resorted to more than one deus ex machin ...

B-
Yours, Unexpectedly

Sometimes it’s awfully hard to suspend your own personal reality and preconceived notions when reading contemporary romances. However, if the writing is good and the story is interesting it can happen and, luckily, it happened for me when reading Yours, Unexpectedly, the last installment in the Wi ...

B+
His, Unexpectedly

Do opposites really attract? And if they do, what makes the couple stay together if each person in the relationship is so totally different? Susan Fox provides the best answers I’ve ever read in a romance novel to explain how this happens and how this fragile glue binds the lovers. J ...

A-
Love, Unexpectedly

I’m generally wary of plots that involve one of the protagonists pretending to be someone else. However, Love, Unexpectedly took this storyline, twisted it, and created an interesting, complex, romantic, and sexy story that I had a hard time putting down. Nav Bharani has been in love with his ...

C
Marriage On Demand

When it comes to series romances, I normally read the longer ones, usually Silhouette Intimate Moments or Harlequin Superromances. Marriage On Demand is the first title I have ever read in the Harlequin Romance line. I liked it fairly well, but at 186 pages, it was awfully short and left me wanting ...