Books by Sarah Morgan

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Midnight at Tiffany's

This is the prequel to the author’s Sleepless in Manhattan. I liked Sleepless so much that as soon as I finished, I went online looking for more of her work and discovered this novella. I was delighted to learn the hero and heroine are two characters referred to throughout Sleepless although they ...

C-
Playing By The Greek's Rules

Have you ever read a book with a billionaire hero? Then you’ve already read this book. Generic billionaire meets generic heroine, takes her to generic posh event and posh dinner, then is manipulated into taking her to a family wedding. She swears not to fall in love with him but OOPS SHE DOES, and ...

B+
Maybe This Christmas

Sarah Morgan's Maybe This Christmas is the third in her O'Neil Brothers series. The first two (Sleigh Bells in the Snow and Suddenly Last Summer) received a B+ and an A- here at AAR. Today Dabney and Haley discuss the novel. Haley: So, Dabney, I'm excited to discuss this book because Sarah M ...

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Suddenly Last Summer

I love when a small town romance with heavy family themes can hook me. There are so many romances out there with the similar settings and similar issues: The hero or heroine lives in the big city and comes back to the small town, only to fall in love. I can get tired of reading the same formula, so ...

B+
Sleigh Bells in the Snow

I was so pleasantly surprised by Sleigh Bells in the Snow. I hadn’t expected to like it too much since I’m a person that rarely gets into the Christmas spirit and, thus, I tend to avoid Christmas themed books. I’ve always worried they would be too schmaltzy. However, I never felt that way whi ...

C+
Lost to the Desert Warrior

A “sheik” style romance, and it’s a contemporary? I haven't encountered that a lot, and the premise of this story certainly made me intrigued. Plus, I love a good arranged marriage to a sexy millionaire story. Lost to the Desert Warrior provided a short bout of steamy entertainment. It won ...

A
An Invitation to Sin

When an author takes several romance conventions that are quite well-worn and creates a book with sparkle, vividness, and energy, then you have a winner. The winner in this case is Sarah Morgan’s An Invitation to Sin, the second installment in Harlequin’s Sicily’s Corretti Dynasty. The nove ...

B-
A Night of No Return

I rolled my eyes for the first few pages of A Night of No Return; a billionaire hero with an emotional scar that just won’t heal was a bit too much. But once the heroine was introduced I got into the story. In fact, I expected to give this a higher grade until close to the end when the heroine cha ...

B
The Twelve Nights of Christmas

Are you in the mood for a short, Christmas book? If the answer is yes, then this might just fill the bill. I had my doubts in the beginning, but fortunately kept reading. After the first few pages, I found it not only enjoyable, but to have a lot more substance than I expected. Rio Zacarelli, int ...