CataRomance Readers Newsletter June 6, 2004
- CataRomance Readers Newsletter
Vol. 3 No.14 June 6, 2004
Donna Zapf, editor
It is June, just in time for Harlequin Presents month and a Bombshell
Q&A. Hurry right over to the forums and find out what all the
excitement is about.
Ally says, "Welcome. Welcome! Are you all gearing up for summer?
The Presents authors will be joining us this month and discussing
their books, the line, and themselves.
For all of our readers out there, what's your all time favorite
Harlequin Presents? Surely one sticks out in your mind.
Don't forget to tell your friends to join us this month. I've got
several prize packs to give away!"
Bombshell Q&A begins Monday June7! Tell all your friends and come on
over. Authors and Editors will be there!!!!
More at the Forums
In the Kiss N' Tell forum, a lively discussion is going on about what
is being over-used in your favorite category line.
There is a poll about this very topic on the front page of CataRomance.
Better Health for Book Lovers is taking a look at weight loss programs
in the month of June. I am taking a personal interest in this forum.
To find out why you must read my 50 Something Column this week.
Look for it on the front page at CataRomance on Monday!
New Reviews at CataRomance
NIGHT VISIONS by Ariana Dupre New Age Dimensions Publishing June 2004
Ariana Dupre has masterfully created a scintillating romantic suspense
story with eerie paranormal elements and roller coaster episodes that
compel you to hold your breath with fright and then sigh with desire
in NIGHT VISIONS, the first story in THE VISIONS TRILOGY.
Donna Zapf, CataRomance Reviews
HER FINAL FLING by Joanne Rock Harlequin Temptation JULY 2004
As anxious as I was to read HER FINAL FLING, I was also dispirited to
see the last book in the captivating Single in South Beach series
released. In Joanne Rock's newest release, she tells the story of an
independent woman with simple needs and an experienced man who is
hard-driven. But as we are introduced to this enchanting couple, we
discover the many layers of their lives. The interplay between Ms.
Rock's characters is always very believable, and the intelligent
dialogue will have the reader often smiling. This is a fairy tale
story where the hero must save the heroine from her own ideals in
order to have a "happily-ever-after" in her future.
Amelia Richard, CataRomance Reviews
A Mother's Day Gift by Margaret Way, Anne Ashley & Lucy Monroe
Mills & Boon March 2004
A Mother's Day Gift is an anthology with stories by popular Mills &
Boon's authors, Margaret Way and Anne Ashley and one of their newest
recruits, Lucy Monroe.
Dawn Brookes, CataRomance Reviews
Veiled Intentions by Delores Fossen Harlequin Intrigue July 2004
VEILED INTENTIONS has all the makings of a fantastic Intrigue and
doesn't disappoint. Katelyn and Joe are fascinating characters and
their attraction to each other and attention to duty drive a
wonderfully well-written story. Delores Fossen has seamlessly blended
a great mystery with fabulous characterization into one must-read story.
Nicole Hulst, CataRomance Reviews
CINDERELLA'S SWEET-TALKING MARINE by Cathie Linz
Silhouette Romance JULY 2004
Honor, courage and commitment are the ground rules for the fast paced
love story, CINDERELLA'S SWEET-TALKING MARINE. This latest book in the
Men of Honor series by Cathie Linz picks up the story of Striker's
Carol Hutchens, CataRomance Reviewer
CataRomance is getting back to its category roots!!
Readers, what do you want to see at CataRomance? What can we do to
make the site for you? What brought you to CataRomance? What may we
do to keep you interested and participating? We need to hear from
you. Write to me donna@.... I will answer every e-mail!
Quote of the Week
"I own my life. And only mine. And so I shall appreciate my person.
And so I shall make proper use of myself."
~Ruth Beebe Hill, Novelist~
REMINDER: Invite your friends over to CataRomance, tell everyone at
chat, link us on your websites and any loops you belong to. Help get
our name out there! Thanks!!
Readers, do you have any comments? Gripes? Advice? Accolades?
Write me, donna@.... See you next week!