Monday, April 29, 2019

The Prince's Son by Delsora Lowe

          A first meet, royalty and the nanny romance between a self-exiled prince with a royal chip on his shoulders and the local rancher’s daughter who rails against any man who tries to tell her what to do. When she tries to tell the prince how to raise his son, tempers flare and sparks fly.
Our Review: As in the best of stories, opposites do attract and sparks really do fly. Ms. Lowe learned two of the cardinal rules for writing romance, then put them into action with in The Prince's Son. First: Make the hero and heroine meet within the first five pages and keep them together in the ensuing pages. Second: Make their goals, motivation and conflict realistic, compelling and seemingly unsolvable.

Lowe did it all, brilliantly, making this a fun read with terrific characters.

On a scale of 1-5, The Prince's Son deserves a 6.

Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews

Monday, April 22, 2019

Two Heroes on a Mission

A Soldier's Honor, a contemporary romantic suspense by debut author Evelyn Timidaiski, released by The Wild Rose Press on April 4, 2019.

Two strong-willed people, each with their own mission to accomplish no matter the personal consequences, slam head on in the dank, humid jungle of Honduras, while fighting rebel soldiers—and each other—at every turn.

In her debut novel, Evelyn Timidaiski has accomplished something many dream of but few accomplish. She has created a rich setting, complete with the usual “accoutrements” associated with jungle living, layered characters—including the warts—and put them together in a fun story that hits the ground running on page one and lasts at the no surprises ending but one richly deserved on all sides.

Brandon Falcon is a hero by anyone's definition while Dr. Mira Phelps—no faint-hearted pushover—will leave no leaf or exotic plant unturned in order to find the Blue Orchid and its miraculous healing properties. When these two meet on a rescue mission it is a knock-down, drag out brawl from beginning to end. We can't wait for the sequel.

On a scale of 1 to 5, A Soldier's Honor earns a 5.

Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews

Monday, April 1, 2019

Love In Season, a romantic anthology by Pamela S. Thibodeaux

Love In Season, a collection of novella length romances written by Pamela S. Thibodeaux and published by Pelican Book Group. Eight romances of varying lengths revolving around love and family, love lost and found, love refurbished.
          From Winter Madness, about a woman who has survived the death of a spouse and child and maintained her faith, to Choices about a country music star and a best-selling novelist and songwriter who pursued their dreams in different ways.
          In Cathy’s Angel, a self-employed computer geek runs into, literally, a single mother and learns up close and personal the challenges of raising four kids all alone. Perhaps the one that rang most true for us on a personal level is The Big Catch—about a woman who steps out of her comfort zone for the simple joy of spending time with the new man in her life.
          Our favorite is A Hero for Jessica: One look at Anthony Paul Seville and Jessica Aucoin knows he is the champion she needs—for more reasons than one. And this guy does not disappoint. In His Sight, about a woman on the run and a man with a gift, ends this anthology in the Christmas season with a gift for any reader.

On a scale of 1-5, Love In Season earns 6 stars

Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews