There's a bit of romance, some meddling by the gods, and a few rousing fights. The hero was neither perfect nor capable of doing everything by and for himself, but
I didn't like the first few chapters, but then I sort of got into the rhythm of it, once I started thinking of it as a burlesque version of a
Overall, I think the story worked, as long as you're willing to visit this other, rather nicer world, which we often do when reading a regency romance that doesn't bring
The plot's not bad, with plenty of convoluted stuff going on, bad guys galore, danger, and a bit of fancy (just go with it) brain work.
At its face, this book is a romance between two alien beings, both of whom are of originally human stock....If you love words well put together, however, you'll quickly find
Ms. Shayne knows the buttons to push on a mom, that's for sure. I still remember being pregnant, and pretty much hating it, especially at the end with the round
In a sparkling new series filled with irresistible charm and sizzling romance, award-winning author Isabella Bradford introduces us to the eldest of three Wylder sisters—unruly country girls whose passion for
I've read plenty of disaffected, cynical heroines who aren't nearly so likeable. Indira is interesting, the tension between her and Father Tomas is sizzling, and Father Dom is scary as
...strong female protagonist, great plot, interesting characters, and well-written. If you're a fan of Private Vasquez in Aliens (but without the dying), you'll love Torin Kerr.
Heather Grothaus is an artist with words. I've never read a medieval romance quite like this one, and was thoroughly engrossed by the second chapter. Alys and Piers are an
Romance, passion, mystery...and Zombies! As sometimes occurs when I love a book too much, I'm incoherent in my praise. The world is seamless, the characters, riveting, the story ... it's
The nobility is wealthy, despite the fact that the country is at war with its neighbor, and the poor are very poor. Licentiousness is common, courtesans eat at table with
What I found startling about the book was the sheer weight of all the danger and damage Cora, known as Raven, underwent, and the fact that, at the end, she
Develyn delivers an emotionally gut-wrenching tale of danger and romance. Her love scenes are very well written, and her hero is swoon-worthy. Catherine, her mother, and her daughter Sophie are
"If you ever betray my brother again, I will come for you....In the night, whilst you sleep....And if you are very lucky, I will only kill you." The emotional impact is