Posts By: Roz

The Horse Thief by Téa Cooper: Review

The Horse Thief by Téa Cooper: Review

November 6, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★½

It’s always with great excitement that I approach a new Oztorical* romance, and Téa Cooper is one of my absolute favourites from this sub-genre. So, of course, when I got the chance to read her latest, The Horse Thief, I grabbed it with both hands. The fact that it is… Read more »


Desperate Deception by D.B. Tait: Review

Desperate Deception by D.B. Tait: Review

November 4, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

In my review of the preceding book in this series, Cold Deception, I said that D.B. Tait would be an auto-buy for me – and especially if she kept on writing books like that. Well, after reading her latest in the Dark Mountain series, Desperate Deception, I have this to say… Read more »


The Spring Revolution by Ebony McKenna: Review

The Spring Revolution by Ebony McKenna: Review

October 13, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

Three seasons have now passed in the land of Brugel – the awakening Summer, the fish-raining Autumn, and the darkness of Winter. Now, Ondine, Hamish and the crew are back in The Spring Revolution. This is book 4 in the Ondine series, and I have to tell you all….I am… Read more »


The Ondine series by Ebony McKenna: Parts 1, 2 and 3

The Ondine series by Ebony McKenna: Parts 1, 2 and 3

October 7, 2015 Reviews 2

You all know me…I read across the length and breadth and depth of the romance spectrum. From the dark and mysterious hot stuff to the sweet and gentle, from the fantastical world of urban fantasy to the everyday of small-town contemporary, I will likely give it a shot. While I… Read more »


A Christmas Vow of Seduction by Maisey Yates: Review

A Christmas Vow of Seduction by Maisey Yates: Review

September 2, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★★

It’s three months until Christmas, and the holiday romances are floating in. I love holiday romances, particularly ones that takes a slightly darker or different look at the season. My first Christmas-set romance for this year is by one of my absolute go-to authors, Maisey Yates, and is her October… Read more »