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When He Was Wicked (Bridgerton Family Series) by Julia Quinn
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Bridgertons Are Back, 17 July 2004
And this time, it is Francesca's turn. While many romance authors find a formula and stick with it, (and lets face it, there is a set form for all romance books, and it is the rare one that doesn't follow it.)JQ does a remarkably good job using humor, plot and most importantly of all character to keep her novels fresh, funny and not seemingly cookie cutter images of all her others. This is even more remarkable in that she has written a long stretch about a single family.
In this instalment of the Bridgerton family saga, Francesca is already married to a man she is in love with. WHAT? Obviously, this is the begining, and not the end of the book so something must go wrong, which it… Read more
Dark Melody (Carpathian Novels) by Christine Feehan
Dark Melody (Carpathian Novels) by Christine Feehan
24 of 29 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Yawn, 21 Dec 2003
There must be story in here somewhere. Really. Wait, wait maybe... No. This story (if you can call it that) was really quite dissapointing. Having read the other books in the "Dark" series, and really quite enjoyed them for the most part, I was surprised at the lack of any storyline at all in this one. The premise of this novel is a good one, and theoreticly, a suspensful one as well. But, alas, the novel gets too bogged down in, actually, I'm not sure what. The hero and heroine giving each other heart-felt declarations of their undying love for each other, or something.
The premise. (I hesitate to call it a story line) is that Dayan, one of the Dark Troubadors has gone to… Read more
See Jane Score (Wheeler Softcover) by Rachel Gibson
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
"See Jane Score" follows in the footsteps of Rachel Gibson's other novels, offering up a fiesty heroine Jane, a columnist for a newspaper, and a tough-guy hero, Luc, the first-string goley for the local hockey team (Seattle Chinooks.) Jane gets a surprise move to be a sports reporter, and specifically to follow the Seattle Chinooks, and to travel with them. Jane knows nothing about hokey, and so she goes about learning everything that she could before she has to write her first sports column, and ask the players intelligant questions.
Unsurprisingly, the team is less than thrilled to be having a reporter traveling with them, and even less thrilled that the reporter is a GIRL! Jane… Read more