Books by Linda Howard

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The Touch of Fire

Annie Parker is a doctor, skilled, compassionate, lonely. Rafe McCay is an outlaw, wounded, dangerous, a loner. Keeping folks alive is Annie's business; just staying alive is Rafe's. She's soft and responsive; he's rough and unyielding. A dating service would never have put these two together, but, ...

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Son Of The Morning

Son Of The Morning is an interesting story to think about. It's certainly unlike anything I'm used to reading by Linda Howard, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. There are so many elements to this book, it's difficult to pinpoint exactly what type of story it really is. I wouldn't call it a rom ...

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Duncan's Bride

Duncan's Bride is a typical Linda Howard book, in that it features as its hero Reese Duncan - a big, tough, alpha-double-plus male who is strong, stubborn, handsome as sin, and oversexed to the max. Did I like him? Yeah, I guess so. Did I want to drop kick his butt all over his ranch? Yes I did - se ...

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Sarah's Child

According to snippets of conversations I've heard here and there, Sarah's Child by Linda Howard is either everybody's favorite read or complete trash. So, I decided to read it to see what all the hollering was about. And, having read it, I can see why some would love it and others would hate it. It' ...

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Kill and Tell

This book is not the standard romance; it’s actually a mystery but it’s a book that nobody should miss out on. It’s that good! Picture New Orleans in the summer; hot, humid, sultry, murderous and you've got the makings of one heck of a story. Karen Whitlaw is our heroine, and she's exact ...

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Kill and Tell

Ah, those sexy, slow-handed Southern men. First, there was Dane Hollister in Dream Man; and now there's Marc Chastain in Kill and Tell. Being a Northern girl, I'm beginning to think I've been missing something - and I'll bet you Southern gals know what that is, too. "Nooawlins" - that's New Orl ...

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Dream Man

Well, this is a reissue that I passed up the first time around. I'm sorry I missed it when it was first released but in 1995 I was strictly an historical reader. This book is a real winner, a keeper extraordinaire, and a book that kept me on my toes from first word to last. Linda Howard is a new aut ...

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All That Glitters

In all fairness to Linda Howard, this book was written in 1982. In all fairness to the reader, this book stinks. I love Linda Howard, but apparently she wrote this before she "got good." Jessica Stanton is a 23-year-old widowed virgin (that's right) who owns stock in Greek billionaire playboy N ...

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Heart of Fire

Take a pretty, sexually-repressed archaeologist, and a tall, blue-eyed, sexually-charged river guide, add a rare red diamond, a lost civilization, a treasure map, and hot sex in the cool rain, and well, things are looking really good! Jillian Sherwood is an archaeologist. Her fat ...