Sandra Silvey's blog

The Raines of Wind Canyon

 Kat Martin has been a favorite of mine for a long time. The Raines of Wind Canyon is a terrific series of romantic suspense stories plus  they are pretty steamy at times.  I really like her writing style, she is easy to read and her stories pull me in from the start.  Everything flows really well.  I like spending my time with her characters, and I miss them when they’re gone.  Against the Edge, the newest in this series, will be released at the end of April. It does not disappoint.  Ben and Claire are on the hunt for Ben’s child Sam, who has been abducted by some not-so-nice guys. The twists and turns and ups and downs make for another fun ride.  You have time to catch up on other titles in this series while you wait.

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Three - The Perfect Number

I really like to read trilogies. When I find a story I can fall into I want it to last longer than just one book, but my attention span pretty much stops after three.  For me three books is just the right amount of time to spend with the story, and then I am ready for something new to captivate me.  I prefer to find the stories when they are already complete.  If I have to wait for the next one to be published it drives me crazy.  Here are some of my favorite trilogies that are complete and ready for your reading pleasure:

Nora Roberts is the queen of trilogies

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Maya Banks Does It Again!

I love Maya Banks’ books and I was lucky enough to get a sneak peak at her newest in The Montgomery’s and Armstrong’s series, Highlander Most Wanted, and it did not disappoint....

Making My List And Checking It Twice

Every year I love to watch the same holiday movies over and over again.  It is fun to revisit because they feel like old friends.  I don't do this with holiday romance novels.  I wonder why.  This year I am going to.  I have already made my list and I have checked it twice.  Any other good ones that I have missed?

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Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover? Oh Come On!

I don’t know about you but I really don’t get the cover art for most romance books.  Have you ever found yourself hiding the cover?  Bending it over so no one can see it?  I’ve read many books were there was more happening on the cover then in the pages.   But….. maybe that’s just me.   I really like some of the new covers I have been seeing.  What do you think?   Do you prefer something a little more demure like me or something spicy?

 

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