Books by Roxanne St. Claire

C+
The Intern Affair

I was a little trepidacious when I started The Intern Affair. It sounded like it would hit on many of the dreaded “only in a romance novel” clichés; with a heroine who was given up for adoption by her mother (and was now working for her, and in disguise no less) it was bound to feature secrets ...

C
The Highest Bidder

After The Highest Bidder, there will be only two more books in Silhouette Desire's Dynasties: The Ashtons miniseries. Roxanne St. Claire gives us a love story, re-caps who's who in the Aston family and sets up the next book. That's quite a lot to ask for a book that's only 192 pages long. ...

B
Killer Curves

It looks like the editors in romance novel land have taken notice of the popularity of NASCAR, and it's about time I say. It's only February and already this year, I've read three romances with ties to NASCAR: Pamela Britton's Dangerous Curves, Janet Evanovich's Metro Girl, and now Roxanne St. Cla ...

B
Like a Hurricane

Like A Hurricane is a book that doesn’t really start out well, but cultivates a lighthearted charm as it goes along. On page one, our hero is snooping through a dilapidated old beachside hotel called the Mar Brisas Resort, when he spies the heroine’s legs dangling from an elevator shaft. Instant ...

C+
French Twist

French Twist is precisely the type of story I usually love - a foreign caper involving museums, priceless artifacts, and a reformed (or is he?) thief hero. While it's an entertaining enough read, it's not all that it could have been. Nick Jarrett was once a master thief known onl ...

B-
Tropical Getaway

Roxanne St. Claire makes a reasonably strong debut with Tropical Getaway. It has its flaws - namely a problematic heroine, an unlikely and unexplained plot twist, and an ending that dragged on a bit too long - but the writing is mostly smooth and compelling, the relationship sings despite character ...