adrianne

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  • The Heart of Dog on April 03, 2011

    Nobody writes dogs as well as Doranna. She understands their boundless joy, their loyalty and their worries so well she can make you believe that you are a dog. In this anthology, she's collected her best dog stories as well as terrific dog stories from other fabulous authors like Tanya Huff, Julie Czerneda, and Jennifer Roberson.
  • Almost Perfect on April 07, 2011

    Light, cheerful romance. Professional writing, excellent characters, and a great setup.
  • Too Perfect on April 07, 2011

    Light, cheerful romance. Professional writing, excellent characters, and a great setup.
  • Just Perfect on April 07, 2011

    Light, cheerful romance. Professional writing, excellent characters, and a great setup.
  • Playing With Matches on June 04, 2011

    I very much enjoyed _Playing with Matches_. Good characters, good banter, interesting mystery, well plotted.
  • Making the Rules on Oct. 31, 2011

    Kimmer and Rio are back! If you fell in love with them in Exception to the Rules and Beyond the Rules, you know what a delight you’re in for. If you haven’t read the others, they can easily be read out of order. Making the Rules is a fabulous romantic-suspense novel set in the Basque region of Spain. The action never stops, and sparks fly fast and furious as bullets between Kimmer and Rio.
  • Seer's Blood on Oct. 31, 2011

    Seer’s Blood instantly draws you into a fabulously imagined Appalachia that might have been. The cadence and textures of the setting are wonderfully evocative, and a vast relief from over-done traditional fantasy settings. The magic is perfectly done, neither too encompassing, nor too rare. But the best part are the well drawn characters and the fascinating problems that they encounter.
  • Seer's Blood on Oct. 31, 2011

    Seer’s Blood instantly draws you into a fabulously imagined Appalachia that might have been. The cadence and textures of the setting are wonderfully evocative, and a vast relief from over-done traditional fantasy settings. The magic is perfectly done, neither too encompassing, nor too rare. But the best part are the well drawn characters and the fascinating problems that they encounter.