What a delightful read. This extremely short erotic novella by Cornelia Grey is surreal, bittersweet, and sensual. Apples and Regret and Wasted Time centers around two ex-lovers who have not seen one another for three years and is narrated in first person by one of the men. He has just been injured in a fight […]
Faith and Ethan knew each other in high school. She was the rich princess and he was the bad boy. One night he gave her a ride home and stole a kiss—and tried to steal more, although he was denied. Fast forward to the present and their positions are almost completely reversed. Faith’s father was […]
Yet another fun episode in the Lords of the Underworld series. I’ve noticed that word crops up almost every time I write a review for one of Showalter’s books—fun. The characters are always so funny, and even when they don’t get along, their dislike of each other always includes funny situations and verbal sparring. I […]
The winner of Temple Boy by Heidi Cullinan is: Judi The winner of Where Demons Fear To Tread is: Jen B Congratulations to the winners and thank you to Stephanie Chong and Heidi Cullinan for sponsoring the giveaways.
While this book was not quite as wonderful for me as the second book in the series, The Devilish Montague, it did have a lovely charm to it—especially when I reminisce about the hero. Once again the author dabbles in a Marriage-of-Convenience (MOC) plotline (or maybe I should say she dabbles in it for the […]
Well, Juliana, I now know why you were so unhappy with the beginning stages of the relationship between Constantine and Jane. How very aggravating it is when authors have the characters instantly lusting after each other for no logical reason! He saw her through a window at a distance and fell into lust with her? […]
Fiction Vixen is pleased to welcome author Ashley March to the blog today. Epilogues and Babies, Oh My! Thanks so much to Fiction Vixen for hosting me today! I’m excited to talk a little about my new Victorian historical, ROMANCING THE COUNTESS. Specifically, I’d like to talk about the epilogue in ROMANCING THE COUNTESS—what it […]
This book was an absolute treat to read – like drinking a delicious cup of hot chocolate on a rainy Saturday afternoon. There were no crazy mass murderers that apparently disproportionally populate 19th century fictional England, no gorgeous but evil ex-mistresses spreading confusion and mayhem, no massively intricate and slightly ridiculous revenge plots. Instead, Romancing […]