I read the following on my Holiday trip to Louisiana: Taylor Caldwell’s: “Maggie-Her Marriage” This book was written in the 1950's and you can tell. It was so blah and hard to get through. For a short book it took a lot longer to read then I thought it would. I pushed through it. Emma … Continue reading Book 43, 44, 45, 46, 47
Margaret Abbey’s “The Flight of the Kestrel” Another twist on the good pirate type story. The author created a graceful, lovely character who I really hoped would have a happy ending. I liked the tie in with Queen Elizabeth as well, fun. The next book is: Taylor Caldwell's: "Maggie-Her Marriage"
Maggi Charles’ “The Snow Image” This is one of my favorite beginnings to a romantic story that I've come across. I always remember how this one starts out. Also, the idea of the sexy librarian is provocative. I have read most of the romance novels in my little collection now with mostly only the smaller … Continue reading Book 41: “The Snow Image”
Brenda Joyce’s: “Innocent Fire” Mostly a good story, interesting time period in America and good descriptions. I was getting frustrated with her prudeness, I have to admit. Which likely is what the author was going for. The feeling of frustration for the girl and because of her at the same time. I'd read this one … Continue reading Book 40: “Innocent Fire”
Johanna Lindsey’s: “Prisoner of My Desire” I am a sucker for medieval time romances and this one was juicy. I can't recall any slow moving parts or dull moments. This is a win in my opinion. The next book is: Brenda Joyce's: "Innocent Fire"
Emilie Richards: “Lady of the Night” Amnesia sucks, specially when someone's out to kill you. Good thing there's a sexy Doctor there to make you feel better. =P A fun mystery romance. I like the length, if it was a longer story it would maybe drag out. This was quick, fun and full of what's … Continue reading Book 38: “Lady of the Night”
Nancy Kelly’s “Tangled” I'm starting to get annoyed at what is qualifying as a Romance Novel at this point. There was absolutely nothing romantic about this book until the very last couple of pages. Before that we read about physical abuse, sexual abuse, mental and emotional abuse and the torment that follows after a crime … Continue reading Book 37: “Tangled”
Johanna Lindsey’s “Say You Love Me” Oh the scandal of it all! The next book is Nancy Kelly's "Tangled"
Rexanne Becnel’s “Thief of My Heart” Deliciously combative and sensual. I read most of this while on a road trip to my parent's house and back home. Wonderful. The female main character is head strong and I love her sense of honor and loyalty. The male has the same but with a different edge. Values … Continue reading Book 35: “Thief of My Heart”
Madeline Hale’s “Daughters of the Sun” My goodness, talk about inheriting a crazy gene. These women take the cake on dysfunctional. I'm not sure what the title of the book has to do with it though and was hoping somewhere in it there would be a link to why she titled it so. The daughters … Continue reading Book 34: “Daughters of the Sun”