Anne Stuart’s Falling Angel is yet another paranormal from the American Romance line. Read it during the Christmas Holiday season, and it will get you in a merry mood
3 1/2 stars
Published in 1991, Judith Arnold’s A> Loverboy is the final installment in the Harlequin American Romance line “A Century of Romance” series. A> Loverboy is a humorous romance about two coworkers falling in for each other in an unusual way. Before there was “You’ve Got Mail” with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, there was this book. 4 stars
Margaret St. George’s The Pirate and His Lady isn’t a historical romance, but a time-traveling adventure published through Harlequin’s American Romance line. The romance here is bittersweet, as most time travels romances are. 4 stars
American Romance #362 Change of Life, Judith Arnold Married woman feels ignored, abandons the family to seek fulfillment, can her husband convince her to come back? 2 1/2 stars
American Romance #642 One Husband Too Many by Jacqueline Diamond, Jana seeks a divorce from her husband, Drake. Then a magic amulet transports her back in time to meet the right man who turns out to be: Drake!