Killing Time

One of my favorite of Linda Howard’s books is Son of the Morning, a gripping Romantic Suspense novel with a heroine time-traveling to medieval Scotland. So I eagerly looked forward to Killing Time, which I thought was another RS novel with a time-traveling twist. Howard delivers a good mystery and provides glimpses into her view…

Black Ice by Anne Stuart

Black Ice by Anne Stuart

Anne Stuart is known for her dark heroes and Black Ice features one who is darker than usual. Bastien Toussaint has lived under many identities as he works undercover for the mysterious Committee. He is used to living alone and allows himself feelings for no one. However, on his latest assignment, he finds himself uncharacteristically…

Target by Cindy Dees

Target feels like a complete season of the TV show 24 in book form. It takes place within a single 24-hour period, and instead of chapters, the story is broken down into hours. As on the show, we follow our hero, in this case Army Intelligence officer Diana Lockworth, through a nonstop series of sometimes…

Seeing Red by Jill Shalvis

Summer Abrams guides people on wilderness trips, roving the United States to countries afar as she scales mountains, traverses canyons, and kayaks down rapids. She likes the brevity of it all – she is not into commitment or staying long in one place. Since her father died in a fire twelve years ago, she has…

Jigsaw

Hmmmm…romantic suspense…not usually a favorite of mine. As I chose to read Jigsaw and review it, I told myself to put aside my preconceptions of romantic suspense. I was going to accept the evil villain lurking around every corner and graciously read all pages wherein the H/H were running from bad guys – or chasing…

The Dangerous Protector

The Dangerous Protector the second book in a series, and for a time I was totally lost among a crowd of strangers. Evidently the characters had all been introduced in Seductive Imposter and I felt like a Hatfield at a McCoy reunion. While I enjoyed the book, I never quite got over wanting to ask,…

To the Edge

I love a good bodyguard novel. There’s something about all that forced togetherness that just racks up sexual tension. To The Edge is a bodyguard novel that begins very slowly, but picks up about the middle of the story and ended as a better than average read. Jillian Kincaid’s family are very prominent in Palm…

Wednesday’s Child

Technically, this book is romantic suspense. There is a complicated, emotional suspense plot, and there is a little bit of romance on the side. While this is not bad, per se, both of these elements need to work together to make a great book. In this case, they’re almost unrelated. Susan Chandler’s husband Richard disappeared…

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