Known for her fast-paced stories and delightful Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy blend of wit and sexual tension, she creates characters who "walk right off the pages and into your heart" (Rendezvous).
Now Linda Lael Miller s
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I've read some other romances, but have the same complaints people on Amazon have said about her book "Knights."
The relationship between the leads seems shallow and lacks any strong communication or intimacy. Phoebe gets married to Duncan quickly because she's attracted to him. She read a book about him, but on a personal level knows very little about him.
The lead guy is dangerous and handso...more
Normally, I enjoy a good time-travel yarn, but unfortunately, Pirates just didn't work for me on a number of levels. First, the time-travel element itself was rather weak, in my opinion, with the characters being too easily accepting of this miraculous turn of events. Also, other than the brief jaunt back to the present and the occasional reminder that Phoebe was from the future, the story just felt like a straight historical romance. Readers are frequently told that Phoe...more
It wasn't as good as I remembered it being.
OK story, kind of a fun plot, but I felt disatisfied. I wanted it to go to other places and WAY LESS DESCRIPTION of the intimate moments. There was TOOOOOOO much of that.
The self-proclaimed barn goddess and author of novels set in the West of today and yesterday is celebrating exciting career milestones. With 70-some books to her credit, Linda is watching her modern-day McKettrick Men trilogy soar to the top of all the national bestseller lists, and...more