Library 00612; c.1974) G63 n.fine Burton?> The Devil's Dreamer (Lancer 74752; c.1971) G24 vg House of the Giery Cauldron (Berkley N2827; c.1975; Berk edn, May 1975) G65 vg-g Litany of Evil (Lancer 75480; c.1969) G55 vg-fine Sleep Well Christine (Avon 17491; c.1973; 1st pr., Nov 1973) G40 vg+ Thirty Days Hath July (Avon 25247; c.1975; 1st pr., July 1975) G41 vg-g Mist of Evil (Manor 12417; c.1976; Manor book, 1976) G38 good The Dangerous Cliffs of Severon (Zebra 04373; c.1993; 1st pr., Nov 1993) G17 vg+ The Seven Sapphires of Mardi Gras (Zebra 03373; c.1991; 1st pr., Apr 1991) G17 vg Tarn House (Avon S450; c.1971; 1st pr., June 1971) G40 vg-g This Old Evil House (Ace 80685; c.1975; 1st pr., Aug 1975) G60 vg-fine The Phantom Bride (Major 3124; c.1977) G9 vg-fine Kiss of Darkness (Silhouette Shadows #32 ; c.1994; SS edn, May 1994) G36 n.fine Lord Satan (Avon V2473; c.1972; 1st pr., Oct 1972) G41 vg-fine The Scapegoat (Curtis 07250; c.1949) G58 n.fine Cloud Over Malverton (Ace K-283; c.1967) G47 n.fine Cloud Over Malverton (Ace 11221; c.1967) G32 The Dark Summer (Ace 13841; c.1968) G5 fine The Hour Before Sunrise (Ace K-286; c.1967; orig title Victim of Love) G26 g-vg The House Called Edenhythe (Dell 3826; c.1970; 1st Dell pr., Apr 1973) G7 fair-good The Jade Dragon (Manor 12444; c.1974; Manor bk, 1976) G4 vg-fine The Legend of Baverstock Manor (Ace K-302; c.1968) G31 fine The Legend of Baverstock Manor (Ace 47921; c.1968; 2nd pr., Sept 1973) G45 fine Storm in the Mountains (Ace G-676; c.1967) G65 vg A Multitude of Shadows (Lancer 72-109; c.1966; Lancer book, 1966) G24 vg-fine #1.
As far as what else is going on, my husband and I just got back from a wonderful trip to Europe. As head of Britain’s elite intelligence agency, James has no time to woo a wife. But discovering the truth could cost Bo more than she’s willing to give. Well done, SJ Molloy, you will be reaching for the next book in the series like I did!” ~ Books and Beyond Fifty Shades “SJ Molloy writes her stories the way that we talk about books—with Heart and Passion.
The victim was not a surprise nor was the killer. B. classical ideals, sharp satire, and skepticism. The victim was not a surprise nor was the killer. Shadow Dance by Susan Andersen Most men who see Amanda dance worship her from afar, but one "admirer" is getting too close. He was sure he’d put it in his wallet, which was tucked away in the glove compartment. Yep, I’m a little ahead of schedule on this one but I’m away at a conference and wasn’t sure that I could get day three done tomorrow so I did it today.
Romantic suspense novels are just one of the many types of free online romance novels on PublicBookshelf. Katie, bar the door, because this Marshal brings the sexy. Well, if there is a reliable author out there, it’s Craig Johnson. Yep, I’m a little ahead of schedule on this one but I’m away at a conference and wasn’t sure that I could get day three done tomorrow so I did it today. In-your-face-toughness paired with vulnerability. Death Angel: a Novel by Linda Howard Drea Rousseau lives a life totally dependent on the whims of Rafael Salinas, a notorious crime boss.
Monty Honor Lytton: former dedicated FBI agent and currently an investigator with the Saints. With grim determination, Ethan and his brothers, Dallas and Nolan – also former military special ops – prepare for a mission involving slipping quietly into Manila, calling up markers with some contacts there and setting the wheels in motion to lead them to Darcy. When she is not writing in her favorite coffee shop, Farrah spends most of her time reading and surfing the Internet.
The women admitted to reading romances as an antidote to stress, for mental escape, and to learn about history and new careers.  The romance novel market continued to expand, so that by 1991, they comprised 46% of all mass market paperbacks sold in the US. And their conflict is still there, so they can’t just be in love—there are still complications standing in the way of their being truly intimate. More... “...one of this year’s best romantic suspense books!” – Jill M.
Authors talk about their take on research and issues of accuracy in historical romantic fiction and read from their latest works. Women make up 84 percent of romance book buyers, and men make up 16 percent. (Update: According to Nielsen, as of Q4 2014, women make up 82% of romance book buyers.) The U. Miss B. was pleasantly surprised when Douglas’s romance followed her own missbatesian edict to keep the relationship “kisses only” (not keeping anything from the reader that might be essential to understanding the protagonists’ relationship).
He and Brand waited fifteen minutes, but no one else took the helmet bait that they tried twice more. No longer the beautiful young man Anne had once spied across a ballroom when she made her disastrous ton debut at eighteen, Michel (whose real name readers, but not Anne, are told right from novel's start, is really Michael) is now a scarred man; burned in a fire, his face and hands have sent women running in disgust, not moaning in passion, for the past five years.
Wild Orchids by Jude Deveraux When famed mystery writer Ford Newcombe loses his beloved wife, Pat, he can't bear the thought of writing without her. Damon and Blunt are both sharp actors so they should be able to craft something thoughtful, let’s hope the chemistry is there – this is the second romantic lead of Damon’s career, after the poorly received All The Pretty Horses. Library 04132; c.1977; PL edn, Dec 1977) G31 n.fine Christopher's Mansion (Dell 1197; c.1969; 1st Dell pr., June 1971; Candlelight Romance) G52 good Dark Mansion (Manor 12460; c.1973) G1 vg The House on Mount Vernon Street (Avon 18036; c.1972; 1st Avon pr., Jan 1974) G7 n.fine Mansion on the Moors (Dell 5315; c.1971; 1st Dell pr., May 1974) G52 fair-good The Music Room (Dell 6152; c.1971; 1st pr., Aug 1971) G28 vg Nightmare Abbey (Berkley N2934; c.1975; Berk edn, Sept 1975) G6 good The Twilight Web (Magnum 4200-12; c.1968) G62 vg The Twilight Web (Manor 95386; c.1968; Manor book, 1975) G60 vg-fine The Whispering Gallery (Manor 95387; c.10970; Manor book, 1975) G68 n.fine Witch of Goblin's Acre (Belmont Tower 50859; c.1974) G16 vg-g The Yesteryear Phantom (Avon 19968; c.1971; 1st Avon pr., July 1974) G24 vg-fine Storm Wind Rising (Fawcett Gold Medal M3032; c.1974; GM edn, Aug 1974) G51 n.fine Ravensgate (Fawcett Gold Medal 1-2358; c.1976; 1st GM pr.) G47 fine Shadow of the Volcano (Fawcett Gold Medal M3523; c.1975; 1st pr., June 1975) G53 g-vg Silver Wood (Fawcett Gold Medal M2962; c.1974; GM edn, May 1974) G1 fine De Witt Manor (Signet W7690; c.1977; 1st pr., Oct 1977) G35 vg Dunsan House (Dell 2182; c.1969; 1st pr., Dec 1969) G29 fair The Dark Watch (Belmont B75-2007; c.1964,1970; Belmont book, Apr 1970) G60 g-vg Night of Evil (Belmont Double B60-062; c.1967; Belmont book, July 1967) G48 fair-good The Secret of Kensington Manor (Belmont B60-053; c.1965; Belmont book, Oct 1965) G61 vg-g The Shadow on Spanish Swamp (Belmont B50-669; c.1966; Belmont book, Mar 1966) G49 vg The Sinister Voice (Belmont B50-747; c.1967; Belmont book, Mar 1967) G23 g-vg Strangers in the Night (Ppbk.
I've signed a 6-book contract with Harlequin Heartsong Presents and am signing a novella for Barbour's "Eligible Bachelor" collection to release May 15. The popular Partenopeus de Blois (c. 1180), of which 10 French manuscripts and many translated versions are known, resembles the Cupid and Psyche story told in the Roman writer Apuleius’ Golden Ass (2nd century ad), although there is probably no direct connection. They no longer want the victimized woman who has to be rescued plot.