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B+
Truly, Madly

Truly, Madly by Heather Webber is the first chick-lit series I’ve gotten excited about in a long time. I had a hard time putting this one down, and already look forward to the next book. Lucy Valentine’s family all has the same gift: they can read auras, and thus bring perfectly matched coupl ...

A
The Blue Sword

It begins with a glass of orange juice at breakfast. Harry Crewe, orphan Homelander and newly come to the northernmost Homelander border patrol station, has nothing to do. Her new home is lovely, her guardians are everything that is kind, and the officers are friendly. But she has always been an ...

D+
She

Shape-shifting unicorns, virgin wizards, and over-sexed fairies...welcome to Pennsylvania. I’ve never read anything like She and that’s the greatest strength of this novel – an original concept. Unfortunately it’s a fresh idea not fully fleshed out and throughout the novel I found myself say ...

C-
Blood Red

I guess you could say I was a vampire romance virgin because Blood Red was my first. I will also admit that I have enjoyed many of Heather Graham/Shannon Drake’s historicals and I basically liked the story told in this novel. However, I couldn’t give it a higher score simply because of questions ...

B-
Street Level

Karyn Langhorne's Street Level is an intriguing and atypical romantic suspense novel with unusual characters and a distinct point of view. While far from perfect, I found it to be a most interesting read. Thea Morris lives and works with her best friend Chandra in the District of Columbia. Th ...

B
Master of the Night

Warning! Master of the Night may spontaneously combust. Sit next to an open window or fan to keep cool! It's a testimony to this author's talent that she managed to insert an interesting plot between the scorching sex scenes. Forget all you think you know about Merlin, Arthur, and the ...

A
The Changeling Bride

The moral of this story is: be careful what you wish for. In my case, I wished for a great book to read, and I found it! This book was so much fun, even with some plausibilty problems that weren't really noticed until after the book was finished. I laughed throughout and even shed a tear at the end. ...