Forever in Your Embrace

If you have ever found yourself wondering just what purple prose looks like in a novel, look no further. This books has all that more. You will find yourself in the midst of flashing orbs, rampaging lusts, and tenebrous – yes, tenebrous – gloom. The moon does not merely rise in the sky, it appears…

Whisper Always

There have been authors and readers who have suggested that we at AAR should only write nice things about the novels we read. I have a few nice things to say about Whisper Always: The hero became almost likable during the final third of the book. It takes place during the Victorian times – a…

The Last Pirate

Pirate stories are amongst the more maligned in the field of romance novels, so when I got a chance to review this offering by Marti Phillips, I jumped at the chance, hoping to find a rare gem among the stereotypical Pirate books out there. Alas, it was not to be. Adrian Wolfe is a feared…

Silver Lining by Maggie Osborne

Maggie Osborne is one of those authors that doesn’t always get a lot of attention, even though she consistently produces high quality books. Her characters are rarely rich or flashy; in fact, her heroes and heroines are often misfits who have never even dreamed that they might find romance. Louise “Low” Downe, the heroine of…

Vice by Jane Feather

Vice by Jane Feather

I have read all of Jane Feather’s books from the ’90s and some from the ’80s. This book is her finest because she goes into her material with a depth and complexity her other books lack. While all of her books are entertaining, this one is not only entertaining, it’s thought-provoking. Tarquin is a handsome…

End of content

End of content