The Perfect Desire by Leslie LaFoy

Leslie LaFoy wraps up her Perfect trilogy in winning style, pairing the slightly reckless, danger-seeking private investigator Barrett with his “perfect” feminine counterpart. The result is a thoroughly engrossing relationship between two equally strong and self-sufficient characters. Barrett Stanbridge awakes one morning to find himself the chief suspect in the murder of Mignon Richard, who…

Midnight Satin by Laurie Grant

I remember reading some of Laurie Grant’s medievals back when she wrote for Harlequin Historicals and I initially looked forward to reading her again. Unfortunately, while the German immigrant community forming the setting for Midnight Satin sets it apart from many Western romances and gives it an interesting flavor, an unnecessary villain and some choppy…

Crosswinds by Cindy Holby

Normally, I love big, gritty historical sagas since they are just the sort of stories that make me want to suspend disbelief and fall into the twists and turns of a larger-than-life epic plot. Crosswinds opens with the promise of just such a story, but, unfortunately, it failed to hold up. As Crosswinds opens it…

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