The third and last part of my DDVN review, focusing on the third sub-series, featuring Charity and Devon
DDVN (Part 2) – Finding your way, in more ways than one
The second part of my DDVN review, focusing on the second trilogy of the series, featuring Penny Bristol and Emery Westbrook.
DDVN (Part 1) – Let’s kick some doors in!
The first part of my DDVN review, focusing on the first trilogy of the series, featuring Reagan Somerset and Darius Durant.
Sweet Liar – Some of Jude Deveraux’s finest (many times reread)
I never hid the fact that I love romance, and I did mention that the first romance novel I fell in love with was Jude Deveraux's A Knight in Shining Armor, when I was but a mite of 12. It was the start of a long-time love affair between myself and the Montgomerys and Taggerts,... Continue Reading →
Forget Me Not – A timeless love story
First of all, I would like to apologise for being extremely late (like, two months late) in writing this review. This is not, as you know, something that I usually do. Then again, I am deeply sorry, even more so because I had promised that review to the author shortly after the book came out,... Continue Reading →
The Bad Boys of Assjacket – Magical cats FTW!
The following review is part of my being in the author's review team, which ensures that you can read it the moment the book comes out. Apparently, it is my weekend for pets in new releases. After talking about Burgess the squirrel in my review of Mandy M. Roth's Spellcasting with a Chance of Spirits,... Continue Reading →
Any Luck At All – A good first impression
You only get one chance to make a good first impression. This saying is usually applied to people, but can also be applied to books, especially the first of a series. The first book, and how it is received by the readers, will make it or break it. It was the challenge that awaited Any... Continue Reading →
Ink – We all need an Ox
With all the work I am swamped in, what with planning lessons and teaching full time, I am not supposed to have time to read a full novel in two days during the week. Yet, this is exactly what I did with Elizabeth Hunter's Ink, a standalone contemporary romance. Because it was that good! Fine,... Continue Reading →