Reviews by Liz Zink

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Slave to Sensation (#58 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on September 30, 2006 This is the first book I've read by Nalini Singh, but it won’t be my last. I kept wishing that work would stop interrupting my reading time...isn’t a three hour lunch acceptable these days? The author created an all-around terri ...

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Cry No More

Cry No More is particularly apt title, since I cried my way throughout this read. Here's your warning: anyone sensitive to child abductions may want to avoid this book. Linda Howard pulls off an amazing story that touched me so deeply that after finishing it I needed to decompress before returning t ...

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London's Perfect Scoundrel

A DIKlassic Review originally published on May 29, 2003 This is such a wonderful and engaging book! I always forget how much I enjoy Suzanne Enoch until I read another of her books. London's Perfect Scoundrel features two incredible lead characters who change for the better over the course of the ...

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Lord of the Fading Lands

Although this book revolves around a central romance, the tone of the book felt much more like an epic novel to me. This is the first novel in a series concerning the age old confrontation between good and evil, which always involves an intricate story line. Lord of the Fading Lands is no exception, ...

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Warlord

Anthology
Warlord contains Knight's previously published novel Jane’s Warlord, Warfem, which was published as part of an anthology, and two other short stories. The author notes that these last two short stories are previously unpublished, but if you were a member of her Yahoo! fan club, you may have alrea ...

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Driven

Eve Kenin (aka Eve Silver) went on my auto-buy list the second I finished Driven. This book packs a wallop, no doubt about it. The action never stops, but the characters are compelling and unforgettable. Finishing the book was difficult because I didn’t want to leave them or their adventures behin ...

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Embraced by Darkness

Now I’m worried. I love this series, but the ending of this book leaves the reader hanging in some crucial areas, and Arthur's next book, due out in February, isn’t a Riley Jensen book at all! I might start hyperventilating. Seriously. As has been mentioned in previous revie ...

B-
Devil May Cry

The front cover of this book says it’s a Dark Hunter novel. For those that have followed the Dark Hunter like I have, I’m warning you right now, this isn’t a Dark Hunter book. However, for those that have been waiting for a much more comprehensive background on Acheron and Artemis, this deli ...

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Hidden Moon

Other books from this author have been hits or misses for me, however, Hidden Moon read almost like a gothic novel and I couldn’t put it down. The sometimes mysterious and creepy atmosphere, along with the enigmatic hero, really added to the adventure. Claire Kennedy has returned ...

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Moongazer

First person point of view can be difficult to read sometimes, and when the person telling the story is unlikable, it becomes excruciating. Just finishing Moongazer took extreme effort, and if I never read another heroine like Skye Brown, that’s fine with me. This is the second in the Shomi impr ...