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Ladies Prefer Rogues: Man from the Moon / Tomorrow is Another Day / The Drowning Sea / Sixteen Decades
Ladies Prefer Rogues Man from the Moon / Tomorrow is Another Day / The Drowning Sea / Sixteen Decades
Author: Janet Chapman, Sandra Hill, Veronica Wolff, Trish Jensen
Four of today's most cherished romance novelists prove that when it comes to love, there's no time like the present -- no matter what century you're in. — In New York Times bestselling author Janet Chapman's Man from the Moon, a young woman encounters a band of twenty-third-century warriors on a mission to save m...  more »
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780425233818
ISBN-10: 0425233812
Publication Date: 3/2/2010
Pages: 361
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3.5 stars, based on 53 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Ladies Prefer Rogues: Man from the Moon / Tomorrow is Another Day / The Drowning Sea / Sixteen Decades on + 1076 more book reviews
Finally an anthology that was enjoyable. Of course, the stories are too short and the relationships are unbelievably fast but all in all a good collection. Janet Chapman's story Man From the Moon was great. I absolutely loved Daniel! I didn't like Sandra Hill's story Tomorrow is Another Day as much as her time traveling vikings because the story was in a time period that I don't particularly enjoy (civil war). Veronica Wolff's The Drowning Sea was sad but ended surprisingly well. And I really liked Ty Coltraine in Trish Jensen's Sixteen Decades.
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This is a fun, quick read with the common theme of time travel and roguish male leads. There were a variety of writing styles and settings among these authors. I liked the Janet Chapman and Sandra Hill ones the best.


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