Velvet Night is a very pale sequel to Passion’s Bride/ The Captain’s Lady. Jo Goodman’s previous Zebra historical was far superior to this lukewarm romance novel. 2 Stars
Category: John Ennis
21 Old-School Cover Artists All Romance Readers Should Know
Sweet Savage Flame believes it’s essential to keep the memory of these skilled cover illustrators and their works alive. These 21 names are among the best romance cover artists to have designed clinch covers.
Historical Romance Review: Texas Triumph by Victoria Thompson
This review is of Texas Triumph, #2 in the “The Cowboy and the Lady” series by Victoria Thompson. This is the follow-up to her book, Texas Treasure.
Covers of the Week #14
For the week starting Monday, July 12 to Sunday, July, 18, I thought some Highland or Scots-themed old-school romance covers would be a bonny sight for your eyes to enjoy.
Covers of the Week #9
Take a look and enjoy Blue Falcon’s favorite covers! For the week of June 7 to June 13, we asked our dear friend Blue Falcon to choose his favorite covers for this week’s theme. Thanks to these picks, I discovered a new line, Richard Gallen Books, which preceded the Tapestry imprint for Pocket Books.
Covers of the Week #8
For the week of May 31 to June 6, can you spy the birds on these Elaine Duillo and John Ennis illustrated historical romance novel covers? Enjoy!
Historical Romance Review: Love’s Glorious Gamble by Dana Ransom
Zebra Heartfire Romance Love’s Glorious Gamble by Dana Ransom Gloria Daniels teams up with gambler Sterling Caulder to transform her identity and find out who murdered her father. 3 stars
Historical Romance Review: Runaway Bride by Rosalyn Alsobrook
Rosalyn Alsobrook’s Runaway Bride was about Katherine, a pregnant woman who left her drunk, abusive husband to find love with a rancher. 1 star
Historical Romance Review: Winter’s Heat by Denise Domning
A medieval romance that takes medieval life seriously is usually one I enjoy, but Denise Domning’s Winter’s Heat fell a bit flat for me. 2.5 stars