The Reluctant Lark, a Bantam Loveswept romance by Iris Johansen, is so over the top with its possibly offensive 1980s themes that I had a blast reading it. 4 Stars
Category Romance Review: Time Enough For Love by Suzanne Brockmann
Suzanne Brockmann’s 1997 Time Enough for Love is a different kind of love story for that era, as it entails time travel plus a love triangle. Between one woman and two versions of the same man! 5 stars
Category Romance Review: Lightning That Lingers by Sharon and Tom Curtis
Lightning That Lingers by Sharon and Tom Curtis. It wasn’t the worst thing I’ve come across, not by any means. But neither was it was I’d call an enjoyable book. Lightning That Lingers by Sharon and Tom Curtis has received acclaim from many readers. By no means was this a terrible piece of fiction, but I found it didn’t mesh with my personal tastes. It was…not subtle. 2 1/2 stars
Category Romance Review: Surrender, Baby by Suzanne Forster
Loveswept #604 Book Review of Suzanne Forster’s Loveswept romance Surrender, Baby. Final analysis: this book is a 5 star read!
Category Romance Review: Healing Touch by Judy Gill
Judy Gill’s Loveswept #605, Healing Touch, had a rather memorable start as the heroine, Heather, bungee jumps naked.