Lo, and there is a huge difference between this exclamation and the many possibilities of “low” in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Month: August 2013
Heal thyself and don’t be such a heel to your editor *grin* in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
Maddie Callahan is used to violence up close, but never been the target of it. When a shoot goes awry, she becomes a witness to the kidnapping of a key witness in a federal probe.
A revolution is brewing in Hell, and Jack may have to become a servant to the Morrigan to stop Belial’s revival from ripping a hole into the mortal world.
Grim reaper, private eye Charley Davidson can’t resist the son of Satan, not when it means her sister’s life.
As USS Walker is repaired and Matt Reddy healing from his wounds, planning begins for a bold raid on the very heart of the Grik Empire. But time is running out for the Alliance army.
Jaci Wright has been running from the Falladay twins for 7 years only to find herself working in the Sinclair mansion. And Chase and Cam are tired of waiting.
The A-Cs have been outed, ACE is missing, and murder and mayhem are served up at an important dinner party ending with more problems than just a dead Congressman.
First in the Duke’s Men historical romance series revolving around a detective agency. The couple focus is on Lisette Bonnaud and Max Cale. I am conflicted as to how to score this: a “1” for the excessive melodrama, a “2” for the bashing of the culture and mores of the time period, a “2” for the way-too-obvious plotline, but a “4” for a clever twist. Too bad she didn’t keep twisting. My Take If you adore eye-rolling melodrama, this is the story for you… I do have to give Jeffries props for coming up with a unique twist on the historical romance. It has terrific potential, but I’m afraid I’m letting my personal prejudices get in the way on this. I love the idea of Dom’s investigative agency and Lisette’s independence with Dom’s grateful appreciation. And I love that he admits to wanting to use her skills. But the setup for the initial conflict was so lame. There were so many rules and entails and such in those days, that I find it hard to believe that even Dominick was so easily cut out. The mistress? Sure, she would have no legal standing, but she seems to have been an […]
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