The Magic of You, Johanna Lindsey’s 4th novel in her Malory series, is a wonderful romance about a vixenish heroine in pursuit of her family’s hated enemy. 5 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!
Mary Gilgannon’s Storm Maiden is a Viking historical romance novel about a captor and his captive set in medieval Ireland & Norway. It features a strong heroine, but the injured hero is too beta for my tastes. A 2 1/2 star read.
Widowed and pregnant Shay returns to the home of her former lover, her dead husband’s brother, Lyon Falconer. Lyon’s still married, though. Will Shay and Lyon reignite their affair?
The Evolution of Harlequin romances. Chris Lambie at saltwire.com addresses “How Harlequin Romances Got Spicier.” A study of 500 books found the covers and books got sexier as time passed. Still, younger readers view them as books grandma would read, despite their changes.
Loveswept #604 Book Review of Suzanne Forster’s Loveswept romance Surrender, Baby. Final analysis: this book is a 5 star read!
Harlequin Historical 5#7 In Kristin James’ (aka Candace Camp) The Yankee, Andrew Stone is a former Union soldier now living in Texas.
Miranda Lee’s The Millionaire’s Mistress is a bit of an uneven read. I’m undecided on this one… 3 1/2 stars
Silhouette Intimate Moments #365 Nora Roberts Night Shift Cilla is a radio host with a stalker. Boyd is the police officer determined to stop him from hurting the woman he loves. 4 stars
Wicked Loving Lies is “The Queen of Historical Romance” Rosemary Roger’s best book! It’s a bodice ripper classic, not for the faint of heart.
Harlequin Presents #2067 A Convenient Bridegroom Helen Bianchin Boring wedding porn 1 star
What a rarity in the romance genre was Heart of the Falcon, a historical about lovers in ancient Egypt. This is author Suzanne Robinson’s only romance set in Egypt. 3 1/2 stars