Musings

42-22009630After three terrific years, lots of romances and hundreds of new found friends, we’re saying goodbye.  Marisa and I thoroughly enjoyed creating Romance Novel TV, meeting and interviewing authors we  admire and most of all the chance to meet all of you – the readers that stopped by every day to chat about the books we all love.

We can’t thank you enough, but we’d especially like to thank the women that helped create RNTV each week, Kati Dancy, Buffie Johnson, PJ  Ausdenmore, Stacy Ahlgren. Stacey Agdern, Gannon Carr,  Andrea Williamson and Kate Garrabant.  We couldn’t have done it with out them and it certainly wouldn’t have been half the fun.  Thank you ladies one and all for your tremendous contributions to the site. We also want to give special …

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skin_game_romance_bookSkin Game by Ava Gray
A review by Kati Dancy
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Release Date: November 3, 2009
4.75 of 5 stars

Confession: I’ve been experiencing the longest reading slump in probably 15 years. It’s been excruciating. Over and over I’ve opened books and tried to engage, only to find my attention wandering. That is, until I picked up Skin Game by Ava Gray. Ava Gray is the alter ego of Ann Aguirre, one of the most talented romantic sci-fi authors writing in the genre. I’ve read and enjoyed Ann’s Sirantha Jax series, and quite enjoyed the slow building romance between those two main characters, and knew that if Ann decided to, she could write a heck of a romance. Turns out, I was right. Ava Gray has written a …

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Reviewed by Anna Campbell
Publisher: Leisure Books
Release Date: March 6, 2005

I must admit when I stayed up far too late one night to read this brilliant story, I had images of gorgeous Daniel Day-Lewis running through the forests going through my head. You know, that long lean streak in his buckskins with his black hair flying behind like a banner and his steely eyes fixed unflinchingly on the heroine! Not a bad thing at all!

This book marked a number of firsts for me. It’s the first Pamela Clare I’ve ever read – and it certainly won’t be the last. It’s also the first romance I’ve read set during the Indian Wars in mid-18th century America. I’ve been saying for a while that I’d like to see some …

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