Tag Archives: romantic suspense

“House of secrets” by Lynda Stacey

Anyone who knows me, or follows this blog, knows that contrary to the old phrase “You can’t judge a book by its cover“, I often do.  I love covers, and this one called out to me. Then, when I read that … Continue reading

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“No one knows” by J.T. Ellison

Aubrey Hamilton is a damaged and grieving woman.  Scarred by the death of her parents at a tender age, then again by her unsavory experiences at the hands of a foster parent, she thought her husband Josh had saved her. … Continue reading

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“Sight lines” by Michelle DiCeglio

“Sight lines” introduces the reader to Lacey Mills, a workaholic lesbian police woman in small-town Ohio.  She is a loner, having lost her partner Tara (who was also her bosses daughter) to a serial killer.  She is working on the … Continue reading

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“Exposed” by Carla Cassidy (Tough Justice serial – part 1)

Anyone who enjoys fast-paced romantic suspense will enjoy this story.  It is the first novella in an eight part serial which features FBI Agent Lara Grant.  Lara is a beautiful, though damaged woman who has recently just come back to work after … Continue reading

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“Twillyweed” by Mary Anne Kelly

Don’t you just love it when you have things in common with the protagonist of the book you are reading?  Such was the case when I was reading “Twillyweed“. The Twillyweed of the title is a large, imposing house on … Continue reading

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“Hanover House” by Brenda Novak

When she was just a teenager, Evelyn Talbot was tortured and left for dead by her then boyfriend, Jasper Moore. He also murdered three of her friends.   Now Evelyn is a psychiatrist who specializes in studying the psyche of serial … Continue reading

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“The After House” by Michael Phillip Cash

The Afterhouse, for the purposes of this novel, has a two-fold meaning.   The afterhouse on a whaling ship in the late 19th century (according to Merriam Webster: the deckhouse nearest the stern of a ship) – and the after house … Continue reading

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