Romantic Times Book Reviews for September 2009

"The windswept, forbidding coastline is the ideal location for Chase's second Blackheath Moor gothic, where fear, deception and passion dwell together. She sends chills down your spine as she heats up the pages with passionate love scenes and frightening incidents. Chase's name is fast becoming synonymous with delicious, heart-stopping thrillers.
-- Kathe Robin, Romantic Times Book Reviews, Nov. 2008" - and a "Top Pic" for November!

Romantic Times Book Reviews TOP PICK!

4 1/2 Stars, Romantic Times Book Reviews, March 2009: "This continuation of the Rough Riders not only gives readers the wild, sexy ride the title suggests, it delves into the emotions and motivations of both couples. Secondary characters complement the action of intertwining plots that consistently entertain...Definitely a keeper." Donna M. Brown, reviewer


4 1/2 Star Top Pick Gold Medal, Romantic Times Book Reviews

Finalist for Romantic Times Books Reviews

Golden Night
Poarch presents a multifaceted romance that diverts to a thought-provoking mystery without losing its romantic feel. The first installment of this trilogy has a well-developed story and strong characters who will evolve into protagonists as the trilogy unfolds.
--Romantic Times Book Reviews 4 stars


"Regency romance with secrets, hidden rooms, charmers and rogues, and of course, romance. Julie Klassen has hit this one out of the ballpark!”
--Romantic Times Book Reviews about From Night Owl Reviews, Five Stars and a Top Pick
Snippet: I loved the characters and the perfect blend of romance and suspense. Ms Chambers takes us on a wild journey...the background story is wonderful...This is easily a book I would enjoy sitting down and reading again.

From The Romance Studio
Snippet: The constant action and adventure made this a very enjoyable read. If you loved the movie 'Romancing the Stone' this book will be a treat for you.

From Romantic Times Book Reviews
Snippet: Deception is the watchword in Chambers' thriller. The action is fast moving and the characters intriguing.