Since there hasn’t been a RARM when at least one of Team W (and often all of them) have participated, I feel honor-bound to say publicly at least one more time how much I love these writers, both individually and as a team.
And since it’s Thursday, and they all write books with historical settings, let’s just call it #TBTTeamW (White, Williams & Willig)
So I definitely feel Karen White is at a disadvantage where I’m concerned – for some reason, I just haven’t managed to get my hands on her books like I have with Williams and Willig. I’ve read a few, and the ones I have, I’ve really liked.
Her Tradd Street series is super entertaining, because really, who doesn’t love the idea of spirits haunting old houses in New Orleans? And a realtor who can see ghosts and a sexy writer with an affinity for unsolved mysteries?
It’s a fabulous hook, and the main characters, Jack and Melanie, roil through their feelings for each other as they deal with malevolent and beneficent spirits who have some stories to tell!
And of course I love the Team W books, so I keep meaning to read more of her stand-alones, beyond Tradd Street.
However, I recently saw on her FB page that she’s celebrating her 20th anniversary as a published author, so I’ve resolved to read (or listen to) at least one of her backlist titles before the end of the year, and I’m really excited for her April 2021 release, THE LAST NIGHT IN LONDON.
(The short description on Amazon: New York Times bestselling author Karen White weaves a story of friendship past and present, love, and betrayal that moves between war-torn London during the Blitz and the present day.)
So I hope you’ll raise a virtual glass to Karen for this milestone year, and join me in picking up at least one of her books in honor of her wonderful achievements and her excellent books!
(This review is part of Read-A-Romance Month. Hope you’ll come back every day to check out my book recommendations. You can find the calendar here. Also check out The Romance of Reading, a Facebook “book club” where we’ll have great authors guest hosting every week.)
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