Judith Stacy is the author of 31 novels. Her books have been translated into a dozen languages with sales approaching 4 million copies worldwide.Her titles include a Harlequin Historical Top Seller of the Year, a RITA Award Finalist, and a No.1 on the Barnes & Noble Historical List.In a... show more
Judith Stacy is the author of 31 novels. Her books have been translated into a dozen languages with sales approaching 4 million copies worldwide.Her titles include a Harlequin Historical Top Seller of the Year, a RITA Award Finalist, and a No.1 on the Barnes & Noble Historical List.In a departure from romantic fiction, Judith signed a multi-book deal with Kensington Books for a mystery series that launched in hardcover under the name Dorothy Howell. The Haley Randolph series features the same strong, sassy heroine, hot hero, and laugh-out-loud humor that readers love in her romantic fiction.Judith lives with her family in Southern California where she is a requested speaker at women and civic events, writers' panels and workshops. She's appeared on television and radio promoting her work.Visit her on Facebook and at: www.JudithStacy.com and www.DorothyHowellNovels.com. Follow her on Twitter @DHowellNovels.
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Whirlwind RedemptionWoefully undeveloped and over-told story where cardboard characters act out a cliched plot. Also, the cripple hero stands up and walks after spinal surgery, in the 1880s. No. Just, no. 1*The Maverick and Miss PrimThe plot is nothing original. The schoolchildren are undeveloped pl...
Jess Logan, the town bad boy, returns to Walker, Wyoming to care for his orphaned niece and nephew. In danger of losing custody of the children, he seeks help from the local schoolteacher, Sarah Wakefield. Sarah is afraid of getting involved with Jess, having some secrets in her own past, but she ca...
The premise of two strangers waking up in bed married sounded intriguing, but here it reads like a sitcom cliche uncomfortably transplanted into historical fiction. I'm half surprised this wasn't set in Vegas. You can almost hear the slot machines.
Goodness, this was a tough book to read, for a number of reasons.First of all, this was one of the first books I read after my exhilirating experience of reading a book I'd been waiting for a long time and loved. Secondly, the first two stories weren't terribly exciting. I'll break down my review ...
Three cute little western "nibblets". Not memorable or something to write home about (maybe I'd make an exception for Ms. Kayne's story), but still a nice way to spend a few hours.