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Bad Boy Cowboy

Bad Boy Cowboy - Carol Lynne Re-read

Out of the Shadow

Out of the Shadow - Carol Lynne Re-read

A Case of Possession

A Case of Possession - K.J. Charles Again... Loved It!!

Flight of Magpies

Flight of Magpies - K.J. Charles Repeat: LOVED IT!

Oasis of Night

Oasis of Night - J.S. Cook Steady paced, full of exciting events that kept the reader enraptured. The characters were strong, believable. The historical (1940's, WWII) suspense and mystery made it all that more intriguing.

Love's Fortress

Love's Fortress - Samantha Kane Loved it!

Caleb

Caleb - Emma Lang Love Beth Williamson's (writing as Emma Lang) writing style. Her westerns have always portrayed strong, independent women - even when virginal. The men are strong as well. The suspenseful premise is plausible while the characters support this through dialog and descriptive narratives.

My Man Walter

My Man Walter - J.S. Cook Fast past contemporary mystery and suspense premise. The charismatic characters supported that pace with ingenuity. Loves this read.

The Arroyo

The Arroyo - M. Caspian Well done short story. Characters were tangible, as the futuristic premise gave credence to the mystic involving the characters.

Death and Destruction (The Death and Destruction series Book 1)

Death and Destruction - Patricia Logan Enjoyably read; humorous at times, but engaging mystery and suspense. The characters were genuine and captivating.

Lineage

Lineage - Angela Fiddler Loved this paranormal premise. Earthy, true characters and vivid descriptions.

A Little Night Murder

A Little Night Murder - J.S. Cook Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Strong film noir influence in this author's writing. The characters were true to the noir premise as was the dialog and events.

Broken, Collared and Ready for Revenge

Broken, Collared and Ready for Revenge - James D. Cox The last of the Gentlemen series. Loved the suspenseful premise and the intriguing characters, but felt Nigel didn't get his fair share of "face time". Still an enjoyable read.

Hamish (The 93rd Highlanders Book 1)

Hamish (The 93rd Highlanders Book 1) - Samantha Kane For a short story its was a entertaining read. Well written, compelling and genuine characters, with a intriguing historical premise.

The Courage to Love

The Courage to Love - Samantha Kane A re-read... loved it. Enjoy this author's writing style; well written dialog and descriptive narratives. The characters are vivid, engrossing and natural.

Daniel and Harry

Daniel and Harry - Samantha Kane Lovely characters who brought humor, realism to the historical, dramatic premise.

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