Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Bride and the Beast by Teresa Medeiros *Lisa’s Review*

Teresa Medeiros spins a classic ‘Beauty and the Beast’ fairytale that any aspiring princess would love. With mystery, humor and romance, The Bride and the Beast is a beautifully enchanting and well written tale. The Highlanders of Ballybliss are being held captive in their own village. They have been terrorized by a dragon because of a horrible deed one of the villagers committed years ago. […]

Masked By Moonlight by Nancy Gideon *Lisa’s Review*

Nancy Gideon’s Masked By Moonlight has it’s ups and downs as a novel.  She has a great talent for writing and delivers an intriguing story line, but it’s her characters who drag this novel down and make you question this book. Charlotte (Cee Cee) Caissie is a New Orleans detective who as of late, has been working more and more crime scenes with mutilated bodies.  […]

Song of Seduction by Carrie Lofty *Lisa’s Review*

Carrie Lofty’s Song of Seduction is a novel of sheer perfection. Her talent and writing transcends the limits of art and emotions that can be conveyed through words on a page. Never has a book so eloquently stated the influence of music and the bond it creates between two people. Arie is a musician who enjoys solitude and music. At the beginning he is a […]

Contest: Winners!

Thanks to everyone who stopped by to read the review and enter the contest!  We now have our two winners for the Shadow of the Vampire contest! Congrats to: A Book Adventure Martha Lawson Please email me: lisa (at) onceuponachapter (dot) com with your mailing address so we can get your book to you!  If you haven’t yet, don’t forget to check out the review […]

Ready by Lucy Monroe *Stephanie’s Review*

“They’re the good guys fighting the bad guys. They’ll get the job done – if the price is right and so is the case. Meet three sexy men who are READY, WILLING, and ABLE to go the distance – and together, are unstoppable…” Lise Barton is an author on a deadline. She also has a lot more stress in her life than meeting her deadline. […]