andrea_williamsonI don’t know about you, but the higher the temperature rises, the more often I find myself at the pool.  During the hot summer, it can be difficult to keep my kids entertained, so we’re lucky enough to have one within walking distance of our house.  And speaking of hot…

This month’s topic is HEROES!  Boy, do we love our heroes.  We love them cynical, tortured, stuffy, protective, romantic, arrogant or reserved.  Some of our favorite heroes exhibit one or a few of those qualities and some exhibit all of the above.  A few of my favorite heroes are Julia Quinn’s Anthony Bridgerton, Suzanne Enoch’s St. Aubyn (Saint) and Bram Johns, Kathryn Smith’s Devlin Ryland, Colleen Gleason’s Max Pesaro, Lisa Kleypas’s Jack Devlin and Marcus, Lord Westcliff and Jacquie D’Alessandro’s …

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Summer’s here!  As I’m typing up this blog, my kids are enjoying their last day of school, my brother is driving out to visit and my sister is preparing for her high school graduation.  Needless to say, I have been and will continue to stay busy for the next few weeks.  At times like this, reading a good book helps me to wind down and relax.

This month’s topic is quick and easy: Paperback vs. Hardcover books.  Which do you prefer?  When it comes to price, I prefer paperbacks, for obvious reasons.  And since most books are published that way, I’m a happy camper.  Over the years, I have bought some of my favorite books by favorite authors in hardcover just because I want to have a “nice” copy.  Plus, …

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robin_wells_how_to_scoreReviewed by Andrea Williamson
Publisher: Forever (Grand Central)
Release Date: May 26, 2009
4 stars

If it wasn’t for bad luck, Samantha (Sammi) Matthews would have no luck at all.  After finding her boyfriend in bed with another woman, Sammi moves to Tulsa to take the curator position at the local Art Deco Museum.  She was offered the position by the board members after the current curator suffered a heart attack and announced her retirement, only to have the older woman rescind it by returning from her leave.  She wants to buy the little art deco home she’s currently leasing month by month, only to have her landlord deny her.  She took in a dog for a friend who couldn’t keep him anymore, only to discover he has a taste …

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I don’t know about you, but I am thrilled that the weather is finally starting to warm up!  Though I am scratching my head wondering where the cool weather went.  It was here for like a week and then poof!  I went straight from running the heat to running the air conditioning with not much time to just open the windows and enjoy the breeze.  Ah, well.

This month’s topic is: BOOK TLC.  As I was dusting my lovely books the other day (yes, I dust them regularly), I came up with this topic because I know how anal I am when it comes to the tender loving care of my books and was curious if there were others who share my sick obsession–er, I mean, the same practice.  Seriously, …

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alexander_virgin.JPGReviewed by: Andrea Williamson
Publisher: Avon
Release Date: April 28, 2009
4.75 stars

There are some authors who are guaranteed to make me shed a tear while reading their emotionally written story and there are some authors who never fail to make me smile and even laugh while reading the witty banter in their delightfully, sexy romp.  Victoria Alexander always delivers on the latter.  With The Virgin’s Secret, Ms. Alexander does just that and begins a new series about an aristocratic family of treasure hunters.

Nathanial Harrington and his brothers, Sterling and Quinton, have longed for adventure from the time they found their great-grandmother’s journal in an old trunk when they were children and discovered that their distant relative had been a smuggler (The Perfect Wife).  Since …

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enoch_always.JPGReviewed by Andrea Williamson
Publisher: Avon
Release Date: April 28, 2009
5 stars

Last month, we spotlighted Bad Boys of Romance here at RNTV.  Picking Saint from Suzanne Enoch’s London’s Perfect Scoundrel was an easy choice.  I didn’t even have to think twice.  However, if I had to make that choice now after having read Ms. Enoch’s Always a Scoundrel, I would be hard pressed to choose.  Lord Bramwell Lowry Johns now shares that top spot with Saint.  There is truly something special about Ms. Enoch’s scoundrels . . .

Despite watching his two closest friends succumb to the happy domesticity of marriage, Lord Bramwell Lowry Johns wants nothing to do with it.  He doesn’t want or need a “well-ordered life” and believes he would die from boredom within …

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