Posts Tagged: m/f

Moonstruck Madness by Laurie McBain

Moonstruck Madness by Laurie McBain

February 21, 2014 Historical, Reviews 4

Laurie McBain is an author  often underrepresented in casual histories of the genre. Moonstruck Madness did massive business. I decided to revisit Moonstruck Madness because it was the book I remembered the least. MM is a glorious train wreck of domestic violence and kitchen sink plotting. No wonder I forgot most of… Read more »

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No Place For A Dame by Connie Brockway

No Place For A Dame by Connie Brockway

February 17, 2014 Historical, Reviews 3 DNF

Uncle. Seriously. I give up. I’ve been trying to read Connie Brockway’s No Place For A Dame since November 1st. I think three months is enough. Why don’t I love this book? No idea. None. The setup is a science minded heroine and her non science minded man. There’s class… Read more »

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In Her Corner by Vicki Essex

In Her Corner by Vicki Essex

February 7, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2

I enjoyed Essex’s 2013 release, Back to the Good Fortune Diner, so when Brie tweeted about In Her Corner earlier this week it didn’t take much for me to decide to buy the book. I’m not the biggest fan of romances featuring MMA fighters as it’s hard to reconcile HEA… Read more »

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Night Whispers by Alisha Rai

Night Whispers by Alisha Rai

February 5, 2014 Reviews, Urban Fantasy 2

If I learned one thing from Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies, it was that zombies and romance don’t mix. Then Alisha Rai proved me wrong. In three or four generations this world will be ashes, Shadows, and survivors. The government is split and so are people. Humans did this to themselves… Read more »

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The Jade Temptress by Jeannie Lin

The Jade Temptress by Jeannie Lin

February 3, 2014 Historical, Reviews 0

The Jade Temptress technically has a March release date. I’ve stopped advance reviewing because people find it annoying, but Harlequin has a history of early release in it’s e-store and I wanted to talk about something I liked for a change. We’ll keep it spoiler free. A few pages in to The… Read more »

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