Tides of Love

If you're tired of the same old westerns and regency-set historicals, you might find a respite in Tracy Sumner's Tides of Love. Set in turn of the century North Carolina, this book has a strong sense of place, and it's a place and time we don't often see. Adding to the originality is the hero's occu ...

Lightning That Lingers

When I read this touchingly funny, passionately sexy book as one of the early (#25) Loveswepts, I knew immediately that it was probably the best, the most definitive romance novel - particularly "category" romance - that I'd ever find. Lightning was such an outstanding book that it made it hard t ...


In every Elizabeth Lowell I've ever read, the hero has always pinned a nickname on the heroine - "little cat," "sunshine," "schoolgirl," "city girl" among them - that serve to emphasize the hero's adult-ness and the heroine's youth and assumed helplessness (and indeed, this has sometimes been the ca ...