ROMANTIC TIMES REVIEWS
ONE MORE CHANCE
This is a lively book with complications and plot turns that give the story energy.
(Oct., 320 pp., $5.99) Rating: 3
A THOUSAND KISSES
In Icilyn’s ‘Valentine’s Bliss,’ trust and faith bring this couple back together.
(Jan., 122 pp., $5.99) Rating: 4
The novel’s heroine has wit and an unpredictable nature.
(Jun., 256 pp., $5.99) Rating: 2
The England and Scotland settings was great. The author does a wonderful job interspersing details about the surroundings and cultural nuances in the story. (June 2002, 288 pp., $5.99) Rating: 2
Sonia Icilyn - A quick-paced, sensual romance, this story is complete with believable characters and an intriguing plot. Ms. Icilyn's latest is a do-not-miss! (February 2001, 288pp, $5.99) Rating: 4 ½
VIOLETS ARE BLUE
Sonia Icilyn - Violets Are Blue revisits the Davenports and the lush, wealthy backdrop of socially prominent England while bringing closure and a happy resolution to Brad and Arlisa's tempestuous romance. (December 1999, 283pp, $4.99) Rating: 2
Sonia Icilyn - Island Romance is a refreshing treat, redolent with lush scenes of Jamaica and glorious romance. Ms. Icilyn is quickly becoming a master craftswoman in the literary guild of romance fiction. (April 1999, 302pp, $4.99) Rating: 3
ROSES ARE RED
Sonia Seerani's U.S debut is a novel worthy of notice. She brings a thoroughly British heroine and an American power broker together in an explosive relationship that will keep the reader turning the pages in breathless anticipation. This is an author destined for literary glory. (May 1998, 283pp, $4.99) Rating: 3
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