In Their Words 2

Barbara Vey -- August 22nd, 2007

Well, the Tuesday morning WW ladies have again come through.  I took in a new batch of books yesterday and let everyone know the great response we got from the last posting.  This bolstered up everyone’s spirit.  So, lets see what we have today.

High Noon by Nora Roberts
(This book was so popular that 2 people read it in the week.)

Reviewed by Loretta

Nora Roberts’ new novel, "High Noon," provides all the emotion a reader can handle — the thrill of new love, the warmth of family, fright and fear, anger and justice, to name a few.  As usual the author gives her readers a delicious a different story within an easy read.  Every chapter brings a new twist making it hard to put down.  You will love it!

Reviewed by Jan

Nora Roberts has done it again!  She has written another enthralling story involving suspense, police work, psychology and of course, romance.  You are on the "edge of your seat" to the final page.

Wolf Tales III by Kate Douglas

Reviewed by Debra

An erotic "tail" in more ways than one.  Boy meets girl.  He-wolf meets She-Wolf  feral love and happiness.  A fantasy come true.  Would be a great way to keep warm with the winter knocking on the back door.  Motivation to start running.

You Can’t Hide by Karen Rose

Reviewed by Pam

A psychiatrist is set up to take the blame when a killer torments her patients into committing suicide.  Lots of suspense and I absolutely could not put it down.  Great mystery.


Shadow Touch by Marjorie M. Liu

Reviewed by Robyn

Artur, who works for Dirk and Steele Detective Agency, is kidnapped and sent to a lab with psychics and people with special abilities.  Terrific paranormal tale that really moves along and builds a special bond with the characters.  Second book in the series, so I’m off to get the first, Tiger Eye.

Thanks again ladies for coming through. 

Bottom line:  You can’t hide wolf tales at high noon with a shadow touch (yeah, trying too hard {sigh})

6 thoughts on “In Their Words 2

  1. mary s

    Hello Barbara–more reason for me to join your Weight Watchers group! I think this would serve a dual purpose! Thanks–keep up your blog! I look forward to it!

  2. RevDeb

    Okay I have to do this. I read “The Woman Next Door” by Barbara Delinsky this summer. Good fun read. Believable plot with a few twists, fun and interesting characters that could be in your neighborhood!

  3. go through

    I visited a lot of website but I believe this one has something special in it. “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” by Johannes Meister Eckhart.

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