Book 72,73,74,75,76,77

Sara Craven’s “Comparative Strangers” Nothing to complain about, this story was a good read.  I couldn't predict everything.  Which at this point in reading these novels I was starting to get a bit bored with the stories.  Awkward situations make for the best romances, don't they? Diana Hamilton's "Dark Charade" Ah the twisted Sister-In-Law in … Continue reading Book 72,73,74,75,76,77

Book 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, and 71

Joanna Mansell’s “Illusion of Paradise” This book struck me as rather unusual for a romance novel and I enjoyed the adventure side of it.  Fun, serious, analytical, deep and finally romantic. Emma Darcy's "The Positive Approach" I admit I was a little pessimistic with the title, sounded rather cheesy.  Although I had a hard time … Continue reading Book 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, and 71

Book 60, 61, 62, 63: “Equal Opportunities”, “An Expert Teacher”, “Smoke in the Wind”, By Love Bewitched”

Penny Jordan’s “Equal Opportunities” I admit to having a tough time with this one simply from the fail portrait on the front.  Shallow of me?  Yes, I found out that I enjoy a romance novel much better if the portrait of the main characters are attractive people and this one fell short.  If not attractive, … Continue reading Book 60, 61, 62, 63: “Equal Opportunities”, “An Expert Teacher”, “Smoke in the Wind”, By Love Bewitched”

Book 59: “Dangerous Obsession”

Patricia Wilson’s “Dangerous Obsession” This was an ok story.  I am getting a little tired of the strung out "does he love me, does she love me, oh but what about this or that in the way",  in these books due to lack of communication though.  Maybe that is true to life?  I suppose. The … Continue reading Book 59: “Dangerous Obsession”

Book 58: “Frazer’s Law”

Madeleine Ker’s “Frazer’s Law” What a great fantasy and fairy tale wrapped into one.  I loved this budding romance and the holding back to become best friends was wonderful.  This little book stirred a lot of emotions in me.  From passion to frustration when she ran to him when in my head she should have … Continue reading Book 58: “Frazer’s Law”

Book 57: “There is No Tomorrow”

Yvonne Whittal’s “There is No Tomorrow” I don't believe this one for a moment.  Who in their right mind (there is perhaps the clue as to why) would go along with someone putting them through unjustified hell just because you have a physical attraction (at first) to them?  Seriously?  I can't fathom the depth of … Continue reading Book 57: “There is No Tomorrow”

Book 55 and 56: “The Wilder Shores of Love” and “Shadows on Bali”

Madeleine Ker’s “The Wilder Shores of Love” Another story in horse territory but this one was dark with addiction and wonderful with recovery and a very mature and thoughtful leading man.  All men should be so bold, sure of themselves and wonderful.  I had one save me from myself so I could kind of identify. … Continue reading Book 55 and 56: “The Wilder Shores of Love” and “Shadows on Bali”

Book 54: “Satan’s Island”

Sally Wentworth’s “Satan’s Island” My only complaint on this one is that the photo on the front does not fit the description of the guy in the book.  He should be much broader.  Otherwise, an exciting story with a lot of turns but the sadistic side of me wishes it kind of would have ended … Continue reading Book 54: “Satan’s Island”

Book 53: “Reasons of the Heart”

Susan Napier’s “Reasons of the Heart” All around good story.  From the background of the two to them meeting again and the odd circumstances of it to the inevitable fall in love, this book was fun and exhilarating to read.  One of the few Harlequin's I kind of wish there was a sequel to. The … Continue reading Book 53: “Reasons of the Heart”

Book 52: “Jenny’s Turn”

Vanessa Grant’s “Jenny’s Turn” Another one where I'd like to strangle the two characters because it would all be solved easily if they just spoke up instead of playing games.  A decent story but I find it hard to believe a man would go to that extent after 5 years. The next book is:  Susan … Continue reading Book 52: “Jenny’s Turn”