Perfect by Judith McNaught

Perfect by Judith McNaught

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on January 21, 2001 Anyone who has even a passing knowledge of soap operas knows that doomed love is the most interesting. A couple who face insurmountable obstacles, whose time together is limited, whose love is forbidden by law or society will always tug at my emotions. I…

Lothaire by Kresley Cole

Lothaire by Kresley Cole

Kresley Cole is one of the few writers I know the release dates for and usually pre-order her books so I can start reading that very day. Needless to say, I’m slightly addicted to the IAD series and have been waiting for Lothaire for a long, long time and I wasn’t disappointed. Lothaire, The Enemy…

She Who Laughs Last

Jennie Klassel describes her debut novel as a medieval comedy. Though it was a winner of the New Historical Voice Contest sponsored by Leisure Books and Romantic Times, that description was worrisome. Humor is such a subjective thing. Telling the reader a book is supposed to be funny can make or break a reading experience….

Contact by Susan Grant

As a 747 pilot for United Airlines, there is little doubt that Susan Grant has been forced to confront more directly than most of us the enormous changes September 11, 2001 brought to our world. Drawing on her unique credentials and front-line perspective, Susan Grant has delivered a story of unusual depth and power that,…

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