Books by Wendy Markham

B+
The Best Gift

I have a select few books that I like to pull out frequently to reread during the Christmas season. The Best Gift will definitely join their ranks. <!-- var browName = navigator.appName; var SiteID = 1; var ZoneID = 4; var browDateTime = (new Date()).getTime(); if (browName=='Netscape& ...

F
That's Amore

I had a big, big, big problem with this book: I simply never connected with the author’s writing style. I found it distracting, uninvolving and – from this reader’s point of view – a total failure. Here’s the deal: Wendy Markham (a pseudonym of Wendi Corsi Staub) writes everything in ...

C
Love, Suburban Style

Plenty of us live in the suburbs, but suburban settings are pretty rare in romance novels. I have to admit that I can see why. I've lived in a suburb for about ten years now, not because I think suburbs are the sexiest thing going, but because I have four children. I'm here for the excellent schools ...

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If Only In My Dreams

I will give almost any time travel romance a shot and I think it's because of the fated aspect of the romance - that shot of kismet that will draw a woman or man from present times to a time in the past in order to be with their soul's mate. I've read a lot of time travel romances, but Wendy Markham ...

C+
Slightly Settled

Slightly Settled is pretty standard Chick Lit. It doesn't deviate much from what we've come to expect from the sub-genre, which isn't a bad thing in and of itself, but the "Chick Lit heroine" isn't nearly as fresh and original as she used to be, and her flaws can be grating. Trac ...