What’s this? Another Harm’s Way review? Wahoo!

Scrolling through the Wild Rose Press marketing information I found a brand-new review for HARM’S WAY. Okay, any review is great, but the book has been out for a year and it’s still drawing attention so in MHO that’s pretty over the top great. Thanks Tammy at Fallen Angel for reading HARM’S WAY and finding it worth your time to review. Read the whole 4 ANGEL review — it only take a few minutes, — just click here: HARM’S WAY FALLEN ANGEL REVIEW.

Reading on . . .

The last two weeks I’ve been hooked on Jim Butcher’s series, The Dresden Files. I’ve read: SUMMER KNIGHTS, a book about the mythical Queen of Summer Faeries and the Queen of Winter Faeries — sorta like the folks who live in the clouds and control weather, and DEATH MASKS, which pits wizard, Harry Dresden, up against the Denarians — demons who have been seduced by one of the 30 pieces of silver that Judas was paid to betray Jesus. These terribly powerful creatures who have become evil incarnate, started out as normal mortals who were seduced by the lust for power and are now imprisoned inside the Denarians, trapped in their own personal Hell. Yep, […]

Reading on . . .

My Reading Challenge continues. This past week, I finished Geralyn Dawson’s newest HQN release, THE LONER. This novel is another powerful love story that features a number of the characters from her Bad Luck Brides series. If you’ve grown attached to this cast and crew then you’ll not be disappointed with her latest entry into larger-than-life Texas history. Ms. Dawson always takes some tidbit of historical past (this time one of the earliest flash floods in Texas history and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) to add that wonderful touch of realism to her stories. It is as though she takes that one snippet of the past and weaves a tale around it — reminds […]

READING CHALLENGE . . . on it goes

While I’ve been away from the computer I’ve still be reading. I’ve finished THE WILD CHILD by Mary Jo Putney and THE FIREBRAND by Susan Wiggs. I know I’ve read both of these authors before, but I had forgotten how much I enjoyed their works. THE WILD CHILD by Mary Jo Putney brings to life mental illness in the 18th century and how wives of that era were completely at the mercy of their husbands or guardians. Women could be locked away simply on the word of their supposedly ‘better’ halves. The novel not only deals with a women’s rights issue, but I really liked the unlikely hero in this story. THE FIREBRAND by Susan […]

Reading challenge continues . . .

Just finished this one. All right, it is an old title, copyright 1996. Found it buried in my TBR (to be read) stack, and that bright red cover leaped out. If you’ve read my earlier post, you’ll know I have a reading challenge going on for any who want to join. Simple: read a book a week for a year. At the end I’ll have enjoyed 52 new authors and adventures. For as disappointing as last week was (see previous post), this week’s read of BRIDE OF FORTUNE by Shirl Henke was excellent. I was, actually, surprised to see that it only had a 3 1/2 stars on Amazon. If you love actual history folded […]

Harm’s Way review

Judy Thomas, a reviewer for The Long & Short of It said . . . Harm’s Way reminded this reader of Nora Robert’s suspense books. It was so good, I had a hard time putting it down. I’m looking forward to the next offering by this talented writer. I predict, and truly hope, we’ll see much more of Ms. Ferguson. I’m her latest fan. Whew, did you just see my socks roll up and down, then right off my feet? That review blew me away. Okay to be likened to Nora Roberts, is just pretty darned good, but that this reviewer, as a reader, found HARM’S WAY enthralling enough to not put down — that’s […]

My Book Cravings review for Harm’s Way

Another review for HARM’S WAY . . . …Ms. Ferguson has written a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat with spine-tingling suspense. The mystery unfolds as Alex and Tori discover who the stalker is and why he wants to take her to Paradise. As you read this book you will be spellbound until the final pages as the villain is revealed. The excitement builds to a final climax that will show you that lovers will do anything to protect each other and keep their lover out of harm’s way, even if you lose focus on matters at hand. Love can conquer all, and bring happiness forever. This book has a […]

Another Harm’s Way review

Okay, I’m a double poster today . . . try not to hold that against me. BUT, I just got another review from a fellow Wild Rose Press Author who said . . . Yay, Sandra! I agree with the reviewer. I just finished Harm’s Way on the weekend andloved it! Rom Suspense is my favorite read so there was no question I’d buyit after I read the blurb. And your descriptions of the forest in Portofino were dead on. I’vewalked through it before, and I felt as if I was there again. Looking forward to more from the Donavans. I love series. By . . . Elle FredrixSpinning Wildly – Sweetheart Rosette – On […]

Harm’s Way Book Review

Okay, so this made my day. The upfront information is just the lingo that must be listed for any book review. Also, if you want to visit Coffee Time Romance for more reviews and book listings, click on the highlighted title of Harm’s Way Book Review and the link will go directly to Coffee Time Romance. HARM’S WAYSANDRA FERGUSONISBN# 1-60154-047-7March 2007 The Wild Rose Presswww.thewildrosepress.comE-Book$5.00290 PagesRomantic SuspenseRating: 4 Cups Victoria Donavan was once married to a man who valued his career as a DEA agent more than either Tori or his marriage. Now a widow, she vows never to get involved with another risk taker. Alex Harmon is hired by Tori’s overprotective family when a […]