Review: The List by Anne Calhoun

The List by Anne Calhoun

Matilda Davies and Daniel Logan meet on the ledge of a building.  Matilda like the adrenaline rush of sitting out there and Daniel is intrigued by someone who would enjoy such a thing.  Tilda is a matchmaker who keeps a list and thinks Daniel is there to put himself on her list.  She is initially […]

Review: Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun

Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun

Tim Cannon has become calloused to life and its little pleasures.  He sees every one of life’s emergencies and is jaded from dealing with what he sees as his future.  Each elderly person he cares for reminds him of his grandparents and that someday he will be in that same place.  He has started to overlook anything in […]

Review: Jaded by Anne Calhoun

Jaded by Anne Calhoun Walkers Ford series #2

Jaded is the second book in Anne Calhoun’s Walkers Ford series.  Alana Wentworth is the librarian who eventually gave Adam and Marissa the final push toward being together.  She is on a temporary contract with the Walkers Ford  because she needed some time away from the hectic city and the expectations of her family.  She is […]

Review: Uncommon Passion by Anne Calhoun

Uncommon Passion by Anne Calhoun

Rachel Hill was raised in a fundamentalist religious community and one day finally found the courage to break out.  She was tired of being told who she was supposed to be, what she was supposed to do and that her thoughts and ideas were not good enough to be anything worth listening to.  While living in the community she […]

Review: Unforgiven by Anne Calhoun

Unforgiven by Anne Calhoun

His head was swimming, and not from the shots.  He was a Mister, not a Marine.  Brookhaven looked like something out of an architectural magazine.  His ex-fiancee was marrying his best friend and twenty minutes after coming home he was inside Marissa Brooks. Adam Collins has returned home from five tours in Afghanistan.  He has agreed […]