opposites attract

B+
Unfinished Business

The hero and heroine of Unfinished Business couldn’t be more different: black and white, bleeding-heart liberal and ultra-conservative, urban and rural, peace activist and war hero. I admit that some personal politics made me wary of the book, as I didn’t see myself liking the hero. Erica Joh ...

B+
The Return Of Luke McGuire

The bad boy is a staple of the romance novel. We readers love a black leather clad, motorcycle riding, dangerous, handsome-as-sin, swaggering bad boy - especially when he is paired with a sweet, quiet, shy, good girl. Yes, we've met both these characters many times before, but in The Return of Luke ...

A
Strange Bedpersons

Jennifer Crusie writes books that I urge on other people. "Yes, yes, I know you don't read romance novels, or if you do, you don't read series romance. Read this!" And about ninety percent of the time, my victim loves every word of it and comes back asking for more. Unfortunately, Crusie's category ...

B+
The Cinderella Deal

If you've heard of Jennifer Crusie in the past, it's likely you've heard how funny she writes. While there's plenty of her trademark humor in The Cinderella Deal, there's also quite a bit of poignancy, so much so that I got weepy during the last fourth of the book (and, no, I was not having a PMS da ...