Flashback by Terri Herrington

Terri Harrington’s Flashback may not be the best-written time travel romance I’ve ever read or the deepest, but it is my favorite. It’s a simple story, one which takes a different approach to the material than many others. It’s not concerned with the mechanics and complications of time travel. It doesn’t spend time showing how…

Blood Roses by Jeanette Baker

I must have a thing for betrayal books. Two books I’ve recently granted DIK status – Rightfully His and Prospect Street – have explored themes of betrayal. There is something extremely affecting about the feelings dredged up from this type of situation. Jeanette Baker does a fine job of exploring these feelings, and by setting…

Nell by Jeanette Baker

When I first saw the title Nell, I pictured the wild-child title character from the Jodie Foster movie, and I was sure I would never get that mental picture out of my head. About fifty pages into the book, I had lost that mental picture entirely. I was so engrossed in the storyline that I…

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