Posts by: Lisa

Review: Almost An Outlaw by Patricia Preston

Reviewer: Lisa Genre: Historical Romance Publisher: Carina Press – (January 2010) ASIN: B004GB1T40Pages: 95Rating: B; Great, would want to read againHeat Level: 3; Minimal Love ScenesMy Source: Almost An Outlaw by Patricia PrestonPatricia Preston’s puts the ‘wild’ back in the wild west with Almost An Outlaw. This novella puts it all on the line with plenty of danger and gunslingers, but at it’s heart is […]

Review: Let’s Misbehave by Rae Summers

Reviewer: Lisa Genre: Historical Romance Publisher: The Wild Rose Press – (July 2010) ASIN: B003V4B6AKPages: 81Rating: B; Great, would want to read againHeat Level: 3; Minimal Love ScenesMy Source: Let’s Misbehave by Rae SummersIn the 1920s in Europe you have jazz, dancing and booze everywhere sweeping the country into a frenzy. Gabrielle is a part of this sinful adventure and fun. As a nightclub singer, […]

Review: Hungry For You by Lynsay Sands

Argeneau bites back! Hungry For You is book 14 in the Argeneau Immortals series and is a solid installment. Dangerously funny and sexy as hell…the vampires have still got it goin’ on! Cale Valens isn’t just old…he’s ancient. Being a lonely Immortal for more centuries than he cares to remember, he fears he will never find his life mate. When a family member encourages him […]

Review: His Conquest by Diana Cosby

Lady Linet Dancourt is not a woman to stand idly by while her brother sells her for his own gain. Still, she has little hope of escaping her tyrannical brother and running away to the Highlands on her own. As luck would have it, her brother holds a man of great importance prisoner and Linet knows he is just the man to help her. She […]

Review: Healing Hearts by Taryn Kincaid

Healing Hearts is a sweet historical romance story that any girl could love. This tale is the perfect combination of drama, angst and passion that will entertain you throughout. If you are looking for that stunning, but all to brief read, Healing Hearts is the novel for you. I was amazed by how deeply I was sucked into this short story. You barely have a […]