Monthly Archives: May 2013

Rameau’s Review Archive: Dark Space by Lisa Henry

Originally posted on Goodreads February 1st 2013. Synopsis:Brady Garrett needs to go home. He’s a conscripted recruit on Defender Three, one of a network of stations designed to protect the Earth from alien attack. He’s also angry, homesick, and afraid. … Continue reading

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Rameau’s Review Archive: About That Night (FBI/US Attorney #3) by Julie James

Originally posted on Goodreads May 4th 2012. Synopsis:He’s Playing GamesThough Rylann Pierce tried to fight the sparks she felt for billionaire heir Kyle Rhodes the night they met, their sizzling chemistry was undeniable. But after being stood up on their … Continue reading

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Rameau’s Review Archive: King of the Isles by Debbie Mazzuca

Rameau’s ramblings: So far I’ve given examples on what my one star and five star reviews—or a “total failure” and “one brilliant book” ratings—look like. Now it’s time to see what “meh” means to me. This just happens to be … Continue reading

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Rameau’s Review Archive: American Love Songs by Ashlyn Kane

Originally posted on Goodreads September 2nd 2011. Synopsis:Jake Brenner has too many wild oats to sow to fall in love-or so he claims. Besides, he’s much too busy with his band, the Wayward Sons, to go looking for romance. His … Continue reading

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Rameau’s Review Archive: A Lot Like Love (FBI/US Attorney #2) by Julie James

Originally published April 16th 2012. Synopsis:The FBI wants her cooperation.As the daughter of a billionaire and the owner of the city’s top wine store, Jordan Rhodes is invited to the most exclusive parties in Chicago. But there’s only one party … Continue reading

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Review: Dead Ever After (Sookie Stackhouse 13) by Charlaine Harris

Genre: paranormal romance Target audience: adults Form: pdf, e-book Synopsis: Sookie is going to face  sharp, unexpected turns and twists of fate. Nothing new, right? Ok, perhaps nothing new for the faithful readers of the series but it is supposed … Continue reading

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Review: Trick of Time by J.L. Merrow

Synopsis: A lover from another time When Ted Ennis steps out the doors of the Criterion Theatre for a cigarette and finds himself in Victorian London, he begins to doubt his sanity. At first he thinks it’s all a film … Continue reading

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Rameau’s Review Archive: The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neill

Originally posted on Goodreads June 18th 2012. Synopsis:Wedding planner Adam More has an epiphany: He has devoted all his life’s energy to creating events that he and his partner Steven are forbidden by federal law for having for themselves. So … Continue reading

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Rameau’s Review Archive: Something About You (FBI/US Attorney #1) by Julie James

Originally posted on Goodreads April 8th 2012. Synopsis: There’s something about Julie James…  Staying overnight in a luxury hotel, Assistant U.S. Attorney Cameron Lynde overhears a high-profile murder involving a U.S. Senator. Special Agent Jack Pallas is assigned to the … Continue reading

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Review: Stranger In My Arms by Lisa Kleypas

Book info:  Form: pdf format Genre: historical romance Target audience: adults Synopsis: As a young man accustomed to privilege and filled with a sense of invulnerability, Hunter Hawksworth had once believed the world existed only to please him. Accordingly he … Continue reading

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