Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 27

Virgin Heroes

I have set myself a task. The next set of romance novels I intend to read will all feature virgin heroes. The list I have already started on is detailed below, but if you have a favourite novel about a virgin hero please leave a comment about your recommendation, including why you like the novel.Why …

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Feb 25

The Angel and The Prince

The Angel and the Prince by Laurel O’Donnell My rating: 4 of 5 stars I love medieval romance, and this is the second time I’ve read the book-something I rarely do! There is lots of action and excitement that carries the reader from page to page. The author did a good job of portraying the …

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Feb 22

Burt Lancaster Like You’ve Never Seen Him Before

I suppose most authors fantasize about who they would like to see play their hero in a movie version of their book. I’ve avoided this idea in the past because I think every reader conjures a picture in their mind, and sometimes superimposing another image takes away from the readers’ enjoyment.However, the other evening I …

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Feb 20

The English Mastiff

I wanted to do a blog on English Mastiffs because I introduced a pair into my novel, If Love Dares Enough. Boden and Brigantia belong to the Melton family. One of them takes a real shine to the hero, Hugh de Montbryce, and is also resposible for saving the life of the heroine, Lady Devona …

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Feb 17

You And No Other

You, and No Other by Cynthia Wright My rating: 4 of 5 stars Really enjoyed this lush, descriptive romance, set in the reign of Francois I of France. Well researched and fun to read. Very appealing hero. Glad Cynthia has reissued this book digitally. View all my reviews

Feb 15

Brenda Novak’s The Bastard

The Bastard by Brenda Novak My rating: 5 of 5 stars Interesting historical details. A page turner! Lots of action and adventure. A very appealing hero and a feisty heroine.I felt I was on board the ship as the battle raged on. I wanted to read this book because bastardy is the central theme in …

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