I began reading Kathleen Woodiwiss in 1977. This book, "Ashes in the Wind" is my #1 all-time favorite book and I have rea 1,000s. The historicals references in this book were descriptive and informative, but the love between Cole and Alaina is touching, especially as you read about the struggles they go through to come together. A classic story that will last for all time.
Margo kicks some serious butt, owns a serious set of killing knives, has a lot of scary dudes trailing her, and doesn't know why. She wakes up in the middle of the night with a headache and can't figure out where the last four weeks went.
Terrific book! It read like an episode of "Alias" without all the confusing Rembaldi story lines. This was my second book by Annie Solomon and it won't be my last. An excellent, fast-paced read.
Loved this book! Just finished it a couple days ago. This was my first Ross book and it won't be my last. It reminded me a lot of my favorites by Linda Howard and Sandra Brown such as "Dying to Please", "Mr. Perfect", "Open Season", and "Hello, Darkness". No romantic suspense fan should pass this book up!
I enjoyed the story line of the fire cop and the ATF agent out to catch an arsonist. The characters are true to form and the love scenes are H-O-T (pun intended--but appropriate).
I've never read a Lori Foster book I didn't like! In this book, Casey, the son of Sawyer, gets his turn at a story. Casey's high school friend, who had a bad reputation in school, comes back to Buckthorn, Kentucky and back to the arms of Casey. Emma must overcome her former reputation and low self-esteem before she can admit her love for Casey.
I love Cheyenne McCray, especially her "Wild" series. But I have to say this one fell flat right in the middle of the book and then picked back up towards the end. Good beginning, but there were a lot of holes in the story. How did Dare get all these special ops-type skills working on a farm in Arizona? That was never addressed. This has the potential for a series with all the "reinforcements" coming in at the end, and I'd like to see Nick's story. Hope it's a bit edgier than this one was. All-in-all, a quick read that is worth the time.
This is one of Linda Howard's more serious stories. Howard's characters are well-developed and take many emotional turns through out the story. Milla, the main character, searches for lost and abducted children. Her search takes her to Mexico where she uncovers more than she bargained for. This story is more suspense than romantic suspense.
I struggled and struggled to get through the first 100 pages and finally gave up. I found the author's style of writing frustrating as she used too many flashbacks. To me, this was a disappointing read.