I’m not really sure what to say about Laid Bare…or how I feel about it, exactly. I started reading The Brown Family series (starting with Laid Bare) because of the way Lauren Dane seems to write her contemporary romances: there are multiple different series BUT they all (so far, at… Read more »
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I really don’t know what to say about Fate’s Edge. I guess I can start by saying that the very dark turn that The Edge series took in Bayou Moon has continued with Fate’s Edge (though I feel that Bayou Moon is the darker of the two books). Fate’s Edge… Read more »
As I mentioned in my review for Sway, I’m reading the Delicious series because I read the Hurley Boys series and one of the Hurley’s books actually take place in the Delicious series. I will also try to make my way through the Brown Family. It seems that at least… Read more »
Welcome to another edition of “MrsJ trying to review a book she’s read too many times.” In this edition we will watch her attempt to review book two of the Kate Daniels series, Magic Burns. Magic Burns takes place a few months after the ending of Magic Bites. Kate is… Read more »
I’m in the midst of an Ilona Andrews glom so I decided that this would be a great time to try and get through Bayou Moon. To date, Bayou Moon is the only Ilona Andrews book that I stopped reading and never picked back up. How?! WHY?! I’m sure those… Read more »
I’m a huge Ilona Andrews fangurl. I blame Ala for this, lol. Ala kept saying how good Kate Daniels was and how much he missed Kate when he finished the series, etc. While I tried to stay away, Ala enjoyed it so much that I picked Magic Bites up. This… Read more »
The final read in my Julie James glomming. So. Now that I have read all the books in the FBI/US Attorney series, I can say that I found this book to be…one of the more boring of the group. It’s not really memorable so I had to go read the… Read more »
I’m really not sure what to say about this book. I enjoyed the read but…it had parts that were unsettling and/or unbelievable to me. I put it down and it was over a week before I picked it back up.
The Julie James FBI/US Attorney series glomming continues! This one was good. I enjoyed it but not as much as books #1 and #5. It was good. Not great but good. Of course, some of my trepidation maybe related to the fact that I dislike deception in Romance books. I… Read more »
Another winner! I decided to read Something About You after completing the fifth book in the FBI/US Attorney series, It Happened One Wedding. It Happened One Wedding just charmed me to pieces so I bought the remaining four books in the series ASAP. It was a great decision so far!… Read more »