Books by Suzanne Simmons

Sweetheart, Indiana

I admit it: I grew up in small town Indiana. And though I worried the author would take the cliched route and portray Sweetheart, Indiana as a peaceful, quaint heaven-on-earth, she surprised me. Simmons' portrayal of this small town was quite realistic and well done. Unfortunately, however, there ar ...

Lip Service

For several reasons, this book never took off for me. I found the plot to be so-so, the characters incomplete, and the writing style distracting. If you are a fan, you may have a truly different reading experience than I had. This may be one of those books where the joy is in the eye of the beholder ...

No Ordinary Man

Suzanne Simmons surely had it right when she created Mitchell Storm - he's no ordinary man. But then again, Victoria Storm is no ordinary woman. Neither is her friend, Alice Fraser, and his right hand man, the MacClumpha, a giant Scots who Torey first spies as he moons her society guests for assumin ...