Thursday, April 19, 2007

Thursday 13 - The Wild Rose Press style


Thirteen Great Reviews for WILD ROSE PRESS titles

  1. COMING HOME by Emily Brevard - 5 Blue Ribbons, Romance Junkies
    This sweet, touching romance is more than just a love story. It is the journey to re-discovery of God and self. However, the end of Jenna’s voyage is just a new beginning. Come along for this incredible trip. You won’t be disappointed. In fact, you might be as pleasantly surprised as I was.
  2. DESERT GUARDIAN by Karen Duvall - 5 Cups, Coffee Time Romance
    This is a very gripping tale into a cult and how it might be seen from varied eyes. I loved this with the adventure of a lifetime rolled into just a few days.
  3. CRAZY FOR THE COWBOY by Cindy Spencer Pape - 5 Roses from Red Roses for Authors
    Cindy Spencer Pape writes a fun and entertaining, page turning story in Crazy For The Cowboy. Humorous and sensual and very romantic. A great read I highly recomend.
  4. LOVE IN SHADOW by Sonja Foust - 5 Stars from ECataromance
    Love in Shadow showcases an author who can convey feelings of love and friendship in a short amount of time... Anyone looking for a short read that will leave you with a warm feeling should pick up Love in Shadow.
  5. HOW ABOUT TOMORROW? by Jenna Bayley-Burke - Joyfully Reviewed
    How About Tomorrow was extremely poignant. For a quick, simply stunning look at someone picking themselves up and dusting themselves off and going for broke, How About Tomorrow is a cute read.
  6. THE PENDULUM by Tarah Scott - 5 Hearts, The Romance Studio
    This series, introduced by The Wild Rose Press, will be challenged to keep up the standards set by Ms. Scott in this first offering. I cannot wait to see the other parts revealed.
  7. CHASTE KISS by Jo Barrett - 4 Angels, Fallen Angel Reviews
    Jo Barrett turned this suspenseful tale into one that kept me guessing who was the stalker out to kill her from beginning to end. Throw in a love story that will warm your heart and you got a hit.
  8. TWILIGHTS KISS by Marly Matthews - Once Upon A Romance
    Ms. Mathews pens an exciting fantasy romance with charming secondary characters and a very stubborn hero and heroine.
  9. IN SILHOUETTE by Jenna Bayley-Burke - 4 champagne glasses, Cocktail Reviews
    A lovely short story. So much told in so few words. Great visuals with this tale, I was transported back in time to the age where people were utterly polite and behaved most properly in company.
  10. CHEATIN' HEARTS by Stacy Dawn - Sweeter Romantic Notions
    This book is well-written, clean, and incredibly straight-forward. It's incredibly easy to read, and it left me chuckling, which is very impressive considering it's only seventeen pages. If ever you need to ask a writer about keeping it simple, Ms. Dawn would be the one to ask.
  11. SHADOW OF THE WOLF by Robyn Wren - Coffee Time Romance
    Ms. Wren gives fans of fantasy and the paranormal a story that is sure to give many hours of reading pleasure.
  12. IF WE LISTENED by Jenna Bayley-Burke - 3 Cats, Wild Child Magazine
    Ms. Bayley-Burke did a nice job of working believable characters into a realistic situation and still pull off a mini-story in such short a length.
  13. OUT OF SIGHT by Terri Odell - author Roxanne St. Claire
    Loved this one as much as "Words." What a wonderful way to ask the question "Will she, or won't she...?" Terry draws tension, conflict and emotion with so few words. I absolutely loved the ending!

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7 comments:

Kissa Starling said...

Great insight into stories I may want to buy- thanks!

Jennifer McK said...

These are AWESOME. Great job, Jenna

Rhonda Stapleton said...

What a great idea--good publicity for the books!!

JENNA said...

I try ;)

Michelle Wun said...

I think they are appreciate it. Happy TT! :)

Sonja Foust said...

Wow! Great idea! (Um, can I say that without sounding rude, since one of my reviews is up there? Heehee.)

Laura said...

Hello, these sound very good! I wish you all happy writing.
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