Comfort Reads

May 2020




Times like these, many of us fall back on comfort foods (popcorn and M&Ms), comfort movies (Star Wars), and comfort reads. I have always done this. As a child, I would sit and listen to my books on record over and over. I can remember getting Term Paper by Ann Rinaldi from the library finishing it one day, and rereading highlights multiple times until I had to return it. Then I got it out again. And again. Until someone, not me, never returned it.

This continues today. I am constantly rereading, or relistening, to the stories in Nalini Singh's Psy/Changeling series. But of course, I don't limit myself to those stories. I once told an author that the biggest compliment I could give was that there was a crease on the spine of her book - and since books I've read look unread, that meant I had reread it so much, the book now has a spine crease and naturally opens to one of my favorite sections.

A benefit to ebooks is being able to assign multiple tags to them. Author, to be read, reread... Below are some of the stories I have tagged as rereads, including links for ones I have reviews (in blue).

Anna Campbell's A Pirate For Christmas

Connie Brockway's Her Captive

Lori Foster's An Honorable Man

Lorraine Heath's Sweet Lullaby

Julie Kenner's Superhero series

Stephanie Laurens's Scandalous Lord Dere

Julia Quinn's How To Marry a Marquis

Christine Rimmer's The Man Behind the Mask

Barbara Samuel's Dog Heart

Lynsay Sands's Under A Vampire Moon

Linnea Sinclair's Games of Command

Donna Sterling's His Double, Her Trouble








I truly enjoy sharing my love of reading. This site was started to allow me to share some of my favorite books. I hope that if you look around and find that you agree with some of my selections (see my reviews), that you will return and hopefully find new authors. I plan on having periodic "Recommended Reads" lists that will include books I recommend, as well as suggestions by visitors to this site. I will also keep you up-to-date on different upcoming events, special offers, etc.

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My Personal Disclaimer

Boy Meets Girl, They Fall in Love, and the two of them live Happily Ever After. This is the content for any book I believe is a true Romance Genre novel. The books that I recommend, or have reviews posted for will follow that format, unless I note otherwise. Granted we may know the outcome of a Romance Genre Novel, but it is the journey the characters take that is the reason we read these books. The Happily Ever After doesn't mean they're all vampires... Just means that the future is open to them, even if it is set 500 years in the past - we don't need to know their final chapter in life. At times I have have Recommend Reads by visitors to this site - I cannot guarantee that they meet my criteria for a Romance Genre Novel.