Raider by Justine Davis

Raider by Justine Davis

Justine Davis’s Coalition Rebellion series sucked me in when AAR ran a retro review of Lord of the Storm. Her first three Coalition books involve interconnected couples fighting for the independence of their homeworlds, Trios and Arellia, with a strong plot thread of Coalition slavery. In Raider, Davis does something interesting and uncommon in SF:…

His at Night by Sherry Thomas

His at Night by Sherry Thomas

His at Night is the first Sherry Thomas book I’ve read since Private Arrangements, a book I liked but didn’t love. To my mind, this one’s better, and certainly worth the anticipation and buzz it’s receiving. The hero and heroine are both interesting, the conflict is compelling and intriguing, and the writing itself is fabulous….

Lady Polly by Nicola Cornick

I like historical romances set in the regency period, and since I do, I always begin a new one hoping that I will find in it the right mix of societal maneuvering, bantering dialogue, and period feel. Nicola Cornick partially delivers this in her book, Lady Polly. Unfortunately, this book offers about as much bad…

The Black Knave by Patricia Potter

The Black Knave by Patricia Potter

Readers who are familiar with The Scarlet Pimpernel will undoubtedly recognize the main elements in The Black Knave: A seemingly foppish, ineffectual young nobleman fools everyone around him, including his wife, into thinking he could never be the man responsible for aiding in the escape of persons threatened with execution by a merciless authority. Only…

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