Grade: B

Review: Marriage Meltdown by Emma Darcy

Review: Marriage Meltdown by Emma DarcyMarriage Meltdown by Charlotte Lamb My rating: 4 of 5 stars I never thought I would enjoy the “marriage in peril” trope. You know, the one where hero/heroine are in a troubled marriage and they go through some stuff and rediscover they’re made for each other, so there’s lots of “whoa, we’ve never done it... Read More »

Review: All Night Long

Review: All Night LongAll Night Long by Anne Mather My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is a “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” type of story and I dug it for the most part. I thought the heroine protested a little too hard and a little too long to her own detriment…and yes, the hero is in... Read More »

Review: The Aloha Bride

Review: The Aloha BrideThe Aloha Bride by Emma Darcy My rating: 3 of 5 stars I’m a huge fan of groveling. I don’t think there’s enough groveling in romance novels these days. I think people in Romancelandia are just way too forgiving. “So you slept with my step-mother, bankrupted my father, stole my virginity, saddled me with a... Read More »

Review: Wife to a Stranger

Review: Wife to a StrangerWife to a Stranger by Daphne Clair My rating: 3 of 5 stars My favorite usage of the amnesia trope is as a reset button. Protagonist (usually the heroine—I don’t think I’ve read one about a hero) was insufferable and awful and selfish person that everyone hated. She wakes up in a hospital bed and... Read More »

The Morning After by Dorie Graham

The Morning After by Dorie GrahamI’ve read and reviewed this trilogy before (eight years ago, in fact), but I came across the books on Scribd and remembered them being pretty fun, so I decided to re-read them. And re-review. I’m wacky like that. Here we go. Nikki McLellan, a veterinarian, calls herself “the One-Night Wonder”. That’s because all the guys... Read More »

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