Strong Medicine

Olivia Gates has a winner in Strong Medicine. It may have arrived late on the list of AAR books to review, but I was glad it did, for I got to read this terrific action thriller. Dr. Calista St. James is tending to villagers in Sudan when her mission leader, Damian De Luna, orders her…

Haunted Echoes

I love adventure stories. I didn’t realize that the Silhouette Bombshell books were adventure stories when I picked up one for review. While I enjoyed the solid, intricate adventure plot in Cindy Dees’s Haunted Echoes, the scant attention paid to its romance irritated and disappointed me. Jobs for art historians aren’t plentiful, which is why…

Lost Calling

With Lost Calling, Evelyn Vaughn gets Bombshell’s new Madonna Key continuity series off to a very strong start. Fans of Vaughan’s Grail Keepers series will no doubt enjoy seeing how she uses several secondary characters from that series as her focus for this novel. New readers, however, will not be left out. This book stands…

My Perfectly Imperfect Life

After a long hiatus from romance reviewing I looked forward to getting back to reading a good love story and telling the world all about it. So much for my expectations; Jennifer Archer’s new release for Harlequin’s Next line is not a romance, nor can I tell you much of the plot, as that would…

Blackberry Winter

My understanding of Harlequin’s new Next line is that the stories are about the “next” phase of a woman’s life and may or may not be romantic. Fans of Cheryl Reavis’s romances will be happy to know that while Blackberry Winter reads a bit more like women’s fiction, there’s still a nice little romance inserted…

The Big Burn by Terry Watkins

When the Bombshell line debuted, there seemed to be some surprise, and subsequently, dissatisfaction that the books weren’t romance novels, which was understandable considering they’re published by Silhouette. While some Bombshell titles have delivered on the romance front, this is primarily a line of action novels. Make no mistake about it, The Big Burn isn’t…

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