Reviews by Donna Newman

B-
Master of Castle Glen

Ana Seymour is a new author for me, and I was pleased enough by Master of Castle Glen to consider looking for other titles by her. Set in 1885 Glencolly, Scotland, the story begins with Fiona MacLennan, four months a widow, meeting the train that will bring the new laird of Castle Glen to clai ...

C+
The Irish Bride

I've been a fan of Alexis Harrington for many years. A Light for My Love was my first Harrington read, and I fell in love with Jake Chastain and his story of unrequited love (later "requited," of course!). Other favorites include A Taste of Heaven and Harper's Bride. I was hoping The Irish Bride wo ...

A-
Charming the Highlander

Never heard of Janet Chapman? That’s about to change, right now. If her debut novel, Charming the Highlander, is any indication, her name is going to soar quickly to the top of the discerning reader’s list of must-buy authors. Charming the Highlander is set in contemporary no ...

C
A Place Called Rainwater

A Place Called Rainwater is the second in the Jones family series that began with The Edge of Town and tells the story of Jill, youngest of the Jones clan from Fertile, Missouri. Jill has come to Rainwater to help her widowed aunt Justine, whose "creeping paralysis" is gradually eroding her ability ...