Smoke in the Wind by Robyn Donald features one of her trademark piggishly cruel heroes. However, it’s one of her better books. 4.5 Stars
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Category Romance Review: Mansion for My Love by Robyn Donald
Harlequin Presents #567 Mansion for My Love is one of those Robyn Donald books where you can’t believe what the supposed hero does to the heroine. 3 stars
Category Romance Review: Bride at Whangatapu by Robyn Donald
Harlequin #232 Bride at Whangatapu includes the hallmark of almost every one of Robyn Donald’s books, as it intimately details the natural environment of New Zealand. Whether her books were set on a sheep station, on a yacht in the Pacific, or just a tropical backdrop, you could see the bright green grass, feel the ocean spray on your face or smell the hibiscus blossoms (which don’t even have much a scent, do they?
Category Romance Review: Tiger, Tiger by Robyn Donald
Harlequin Presents #1931 Tiger Tiger by Robyn Donald two people who look alike are attracted to each other. 3.5 stars