age gap

B
My Lord Protector

A marriage of convenience is supposed to be beneficial to both parties. As a marriage in name only, it is supposed to provide not only security, but freedom not normally allowed within the confines of a conventional marriage. Both husband and wife are free to conduct their lives as they wish with no ...

B+
The Randolph Legacy

The Randolph Legacy is a powerful early-American novel that started a little slowly, but quickly picked up steam until I became totally absorbed in the story and its wonderful characters. In 1803, a young boy from an American ship is impressed on a British ship. When he refuses to obey the ca ...

A
Lost Warriors

After I read Once in Paris by Diana Palmer, a book that treated an older man/younger woman romance in a way I found extremely distasteful, I picked up Rachel Lee's Lost Warriors. This book is an excellent study of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in a Vietnam veteran. Lost Warriors also treats the lov ...

A
These Old Shades

When Laurie first asked me to do a review of a Georgette Heyer book, I was a little reluctant. I adore Georgette Heyer, I think she's one of the finest writers I've ever read, but I'm not comfortable doing reviews. Actually, I've never done one, but what can you say about Ms. Heyer except that she's ...

A
A Kingdom of Dreams

As a rule, when I discover an author, I try to read her entire backlist. I thought I had done so with Judith McNaught until a friend suggested A Kingdom Of Dreams. As a huge fan of Whitney, My Love, I was excited to discover that Whitney's hero is a descendant of the characters in Kingdom. If you're ...