Carrie Lofty's short story "Sundial" has received a solid review from The Good, the Bad and the Unread:
It's like Picasso does time-travel romance. I will be sad if it misses the audience who will enjoy it because it definitely isn't for everyone. It will be a gem for those looking for something unusual. I'll be looking for more from this author.***
Jennifer Mueller's novel Samburu Hills has been named one of Dear Author's best ebooks of 2007.
Also, Jennifer's newest release "Havana Holiday," a novella set in 1930s Cuba, was released this week.
5 stories, 4 days, 3 nights, 2 times the fun, and 1 heck of a good time. Dahlia, Eve, Nora, Alice, and Marianne; when five women who work together in Depression-era Boston save up for a trip of a lifetime to decadent Havana, anything can happen. With seductive Latin men and rich vacationers at every turn who wouldn't enjoy dancing till dawn, the parties, the nightclubs, the beach, the gambling, and there's always more than one side to a story.***
Who can ask for more, fun, sun and hot men to tempt and tease?
Michelle Styles' ninth book, A Question of Impropriety has been accepted by Mills & Boon. It's the story of Diana Clare, who fled back to Northumberland after her fiance was killed in an infamous duel, and Brett Farnham, the Earl of Coltonby, a notorious prince of rakes and who has won the neighbouring estate in a horse race.
It will be out in November 08 in the UK, US date tbd.
Join us Sunday when our guest will be Harlequin Historicals author Elizabeth Lane, whose book On the Wings of Love received a very good review from Dear Author and was one of their January recommended reads. Elizabeth will do a Q&A, and our own Delia DeLeest will offer her review. Don't miss it!
Have a good weekend. If you have an announcement to make for next week, email Carrie! See you next week...