Margaux Paschke

Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,024
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (418 of 454)
In My Own Words:
a true NYer despite being born elsewhere - feel free to contact me with review comments


Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,024 - Total Helpful Votes: 418 of 454
Billionaire Bad Boys of Romance Boxed Set (10 Book&hellip by Tawny Taylor
4.0 out of 5 stars A BARGAIN, 10 Dec 2013
Ten short stories at the price listed? Sound too good to be true? It turned out to be a great way to read stories from authors I've never heard of at a bargain price. Although not every story is stellar, most of them are worth the read and there are plenty of choices to appeal to all. "Trapped into a Marriage" by Dez Burke and "The Art of Catching a Greek Billionaire" by Marian Tee were especially noteworthy. Some are self contained novellas, like "The CEO and the Girl from the Coffee Shop" by Terry Towers, and some are intros to upcoming series.

My favorite ("The Art of Catching a Greek Billionaire" by Marian Tee) story ended on a mild cliffhanger with the promise of the second… Read more
Mine To Take (Mine - Romantic Suspense Book 1) by Cynthia Eden
5.0 out of 5 stars A KEEPER, 17 Jun 2013
Heat Factor - scorching hot
Borrow or Buy - Buy
Sexuality - 18+
Typos - very minor

Although this story is a novella, it did not feel too short. It was the right length to tell a compelling story of suspense and romance.

We meet a ballerina who needs help from her first love, a security expert, to find out who is stalking her and might be behind a recent accident. Mix that with the heroine's obsessed exes, sexual chemistry and the angst of first love. Throw in a good looking policeman who's interested in more than solving the mystery and you got a story that makes for a great read. Did I mention the hero is all alpha?

I really liked that the… Read more
Kindle Touch 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 6" E Ink Touch S&hellip by Kindle
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT UPDATED KINDLE, 26 April 2012
This is a great updated version of the Kindle and I found no issues with the speed or function of this new touch screen and do not mourn the loss of buttons. I will now cross my fingers for a touch Kindle DX. There are several options available (lower priced models come with ads that scroll on the bottom and are not too obtrusive) but I highly recommend paying extra for the 3G option which ensures downloading and purchases of books almost anywhere.

The Touch Kindle is easy to use straight out of the box. The power and home buttons are on the bottom of the devise. There is also a headphone jack provided. There are two speakers on the back providing adequate sound. The Pearl e-Ink… Read more