Anne Stuart is well known for writing about 'bad boys'. The House of Rohan series is usually no different, but deviates slightly here. In this offering we have Benedick, who is a widower twice over, with a failed engagement added in.
Ice Blue is the third book in Anne Stuart’s popular Ice series, and another exciting, sexy story. This time we're taken on wild ride as The Committee seeks to thwart a crazy villain’s attempt to “cleanse the world” with fire.
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The Healing Party comes with impressive credentials. It's been nominated for the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards, and the blurb is by Helen Garner who calls it a wild family drama, shot through with a furious, pure and grieving love.
It’s only a day or two since I read Simon Mawer’s The Girl Who Fell from the Sky (see my review) but I liked it so much I went straight to the newly published sequel Tightrope and finished it this morning. The novel opens many years after the end of the war when Marion Sutro is an elderly ...
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