Books by Johanna Lindsey

B
Once a Princess

Johanna Lindsey's Once A Princess is old-fashioned, fairy tale fun. The princess in question is Tatiana Janacek, the sole surviving member of the Janacek clan and heir to the Cardinian throne. Cardinia? Don't spend too much time trying to find it on a map. Cardinia is pure invention, a vaguely Easte ...

B
Joining

On her old paperback releases, the slogan reads, "Everyone loves a Lindsey." Well, I used to, too, until she started churning out disappointment after disappointment. My breaking point came with last year's holiday release, The Present, which I found utterly lackluster and uninspired. Never again, I ...

C
The Present

I was really looking forward to The Present because, as Laurie said, I am a fan of the Malory family. While I found some points in this book that tempered my enjoyment of it, overall it was a fairly nice little Christmas story for Malory fans, albeit a pricey one. Since Marianne has already su ...

D
The Present

The Present is just about the most boring book I've ever read. It's not bad, it's just dull as all get-out. I had to force myself to turn the pages, and unless you are a super-duper Malory family fan, you probably will, too. The first nine chapters are devoted to recounting all the members of t ...

D+
All I Need Is You

This book, a sequel to A Heart So Wild, started out fun despite its flaws. Unfortunately, the action started to wear thin after a while, and the ending was dragged out because of miscommunications. I hope you'll forgive me if I call it a "mixed saddlebag." Because of an argument with her parents ...

A
Prisoner of My Desire

Now here's a book you can't judge by its cover, or rather, by its title. Yes, it's about desire, more like ire and desire. . . The story starts with a beating, the one of a mother before the eyes of her daughter; the ultimate test of power of a greedy, blood thirsty 12th Century, when women were ...

D
Say You Love Me

If you're looking for a great Johanna Lindsey to read, look no farther. . .than your keeper shelf and re-read one of her older releases. Because Say You Love Me is not a keeper and will not be joining those other treasured Lindsey's in your collection. Say You Love Me is the fifth in the Malory s ...