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Double Trouble

A DIKlassic review originally published on November 29, 2001 There's definitely something about Mary, Aunt Mary that is. Aunt Mary is the Internet advice columnist who is known as Maralys O'Reilly in real life. She may be my favorite heroine of any book I've read this year. With Maralys as narrator, ...

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The Earl Takes All

I’ve been desperate to read The Earl Takes All since I finished Falling into Bed With a Duke, the first book in Lorraine Heath’s Hellions of Havisham Hall series. Even though at that point no synopsis had been published, I had an inkling of where this story might be going – which says a lot fo ...

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Fangirl

The title of this book perfectly describes my relationship to writer Rainbow Rowell. I’ve now read two of her books and both have easily earned DIK reviews, and I’m thrilled to add a new auto-buy author to a very, very short list. I’m also happy to set Fangirl as the bar to which, in my opinio ...

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Embraced by Darkness

Now I’m worried. I love this series, but the ending of this book leaves the reader hanging in some crucial areas, and Arthur's next book, due out in February, isn’t a Riley Jensen book at all! I might start hyperventilating. Seriously. As has been mentioned in previous reviews, the books in t ...

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A Husband By Any Other Name

Cheryl St. John is most acclaimed as an author of western romances. I confess, I haven't read any of them, but one of her contemporaries, A Husband By Any Other Name, is among my favorite series romances. Dan Beckett always loved Lorraine Loring, but he was forced to stand aside as his father pus ...