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Romance Reviews Today reviews
California, Tahiti, Florida and Upsilia (a planet in another solar system) - Present Day Have you ever wondered if we’re really alone, that somehow our own little...
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Chicago Tribune reviews
First, the bad news: Global warming is coming. The bees are disappearing. And now your 401(k) is battling the Dow in a financial limbo contest. How low can you go...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Coffee Time Romance reviews
This novel was stunning in its suspenseful complexity and a brilliant romance was crafted by a deft imagination. Treachery stalks them at every turn as jealous...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Romance Junkies reviews
WINNING THE HIGHLANDER is a delightful story right from the very first page. I was easily able to envision Anice in all her stubborn glory as she avoids the king’...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Lighthouse Literary Reviews reviews
Winning the Highlander's Heart is a most delightful story. Anice and Malcolm are sweet likeable characters that are very easy to fall in love with. I loved the...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
The Romance Studio reviews
Winning the Highlander's Heart by Terry Spear is an exciting adventure filled with action and intrigue. Malcolm and Anice make a wonderful couple. The chemistry...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Fallen Angel Reviews reviews
Winning the Highlander's Heart is just that. Two independent Highlanders, both proud and stubborn, reluctant to let another into their hearts. Anice believes she...
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Heart of the Wolf
Publishers Weekly reviews
A werewolf woman defies the alpha male of her pack in this supernatural romance, with chemistry that crackles off the page and a richly depicted pack dynamic.
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Heart of the Wolf
Publishers Weekly reviews
Red werewolf Bella flees her adoptive pack of gray werewolves when the alpha male Volan tries forcibly to claim her as his mate. Her real love, beta male Devlyn,...
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Heart of the Wolf
The Romance Studio reviews
The characters were so well developed and the writing so superior that it felt real to me, my reactions were as if I was a part of the story. If that’s not a sign...
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Naked Moon
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
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La Libre, Belgium reviews
"With sensitivity, Michelle Richmond examines the fragility of our own stories and the role of memory."
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Lost Dog
Fiction Nation reviews
... Took me a while to decide how I felt about this book, until I realized I'd been holding my breath for several pages. Its damaged characters and cold locale...
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A Real Basket Case
Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Drugs and jealousy add up to a Rocky Mountain murder. Claire Hanover, a Colorado Springs empty-nester whose husband Roger's self-image is tied to climbing the...
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101 Ways to Dance
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
Award-winning Canadian author Kathy Stinson has compiled a group of 14 short stories which all focus on teen sexuality and which seem guaranteed to foster...
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American Booksellers Association reviews
"A road trip in reverse: a San Francisco gutter punk travels east to the heartland, the Great Plains. Girl, the gender queer narrator, would give Kerouac a run for...
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Meridian Magazine reviews
Do you like dogs? Do you know much about these canine animals? Good Dog, by Maya Gottfried, will not only enlighten you to the behavior of 16 very different...
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The Trouble with Rules
School Library Journal reviews
"Readers will empathize with the protagonist and may see themselves in her as she struggles with peer relationships. Refreshingly, Nadie develops her own "rules"...
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Perihelion reviews
Jane Satterfield's first book of poems, Shepherdess with an Automatic, confronts the reader with soft-spoken juxtapositions. In the fine, lush field of her work...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Viewpoint Reviews reviews
18 2009 Here is why I loved this book: The author (Terry Spear) has a gift of making it easy to imagine yourself in another place and time while you get to know...
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