China

B
Tiger Eye

The cover blurb on this book says that fans of Christine Feehan are likely to enjoy it. For once, the cover blurb does not lie. Tiger Eye reads like the offspring of a Feehan novel and an X-Men comic, and it is loads of fun. It seems that there are people in the world with psychic powers, and the ...

C+
White Tigress

Forgive me if this review seems pulled in two directions; that’s the way White Tigress by Jade Lee made me feel. It kind of gave me the creeps, and I wasn’t too sure about the happily-ever-after. However, it definitely has some moments of brilliance. There’s only one thing I can say for sure: ...

B
A Certain Smile

Judith Michael's new book is about a clothing designer who goes to China on a business trip. In just a few weeks, love, and China, change her forever. In the nineteen eighties I traveled on business quite a bit and many of my trips were to China and Asia. For this reason, the premise of A Certain Sm ...

C
Jade Island

Sigh, I never thought I'd live to see the day when Elizabeth Lowell, mistress of the long and sensual love scene, would write a quickie. Jade Island is the second in Ms Lowell's series about the Donovan family. In this one, Kyle Donovan, who is an expert on gems, meets Lianne Blakely, the ill ...

B+
The Tiger's Bride

Retired Air Force Colonel Merline Lovelace is quite prolific, writing full-length suspense, contemporary, series, and historical romance. Until now, my favorite book by her was the medieval, Lady's Ransom. What struck me so much about that book was the sense of honor and responsibility the hero and ...