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The sequel, Dream Stone, takes place in twelfth-century Wales at the time of an apocalyptic battle between good and evil and introduces twenty-seven characters, as well as two dragons, all before chapter four. A critic in Publishers Weekly commented that despite the "slow-starting" opening and "disappointing" conclusion, there were "attentive descriptions and a story line that begs to be transformed into a video game.
Harriet Klausner, reviewing the book on AllReaders. In the depths of the Amazon jungle, Dr. Secrets are kept, but passions run loose in this adventure-romance novel. Reviews were positive. Shelley Mosley, reviewing the book in Library Journal, credited McReynolds for employing "smart, sassy dialogue and witty style.
What she finds, however, is that she is being chased by a group of thugs and by a childhood love-that-got-away who ends up providing protection and plenty of heat for romance readers throughout the book. In a Best Reviews article, Kristi Ahlers called it "a very sensual but entertaining romance with really larger than life characters. When Christian, a team member of the Special Defense Force first introduced in Crazy Hot, is reassigned from his post in Colombia to guard an ex-lover at a garden auction, sparks fly again amidst a murder intending to frame him.
Rosie Bindra, writing in Fresh Fiction, called Crazy Cool "a wickedly exciting and sexy follow-up" novel. Booklist contributor Mary K. Chelton plainly labeled it "a great read. Klausner, in an AllReaders. Meeting him in Panama, their love affair begins again while they are pursued by a Colombian drug lord and his gang. Ahlers, writing in Best Reviews, called this "another action-packed romp full of larger than life characters.
Chelton, review of Crazy Wild, p. Chelton, review of Crazy Cool, p. Chelton, review of Crazy Kisses, p. Contemporary Authors.
Books by Glenna McReynolds
April showers us with great reads! Stay safe! Her family moved quite often, living in the Pacific northwest, the Deep South, and numerous places in between, with her favorite region being the Rocky Mountain West. She met her husband, Stan, while a student at Colorado Mountain College, where they studied graphic arts and photography. Within a few years, both of their creative interests took a literary turn, with Glenna becoming a writer and Stan an English teacher. They have two children and still make Colorado their home. Never one to outline or plot in advance, she took very few preconceived plans with her into the landscape of the novels, but rather let them unfold as they might.
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