Johanna Lindsey Message Board

Audrey posts on 11/13/2012 7:27:55 AM I am almost finished reading "When Passion Rules" and am quite discouraged by the fact that although it is IMPOSSIBLE for two naturally blonde parents to have a child with black hair (yes it really is IMPOSSIBLE, if you don't believe me look up genetic recessives) this book was published with this blatant scientific inaccuracy. Don't editors have to fact check or do they assume if you're reading a romance novel you must be ignorant? SMH...
Penelope Neri posts on 9/26/2012 7:15:40 AM There was no copyright infringement. ii created a character named .James Mallory--named after my son-- several years before .johanna created her Mallory series. I suspect her use of a similar name was coincidental. .i hope that clears up the mystery for you! Happy reading--- Penelope Neri
Chanelle posts on 8/2/2008 2:33:52 AM I think Johanna should write some more on the viking family tree, as well as straton & the warrior series. They are my favorites. But you can't beat the malory family. All of the books are great, mayby some more to the sherring cross series as well. Thank you for letting me give my input. Also thanks for the beautiful stories.

shai posts on 3/17/2008 10:09:06 AM W0w j0hanna lindsey s d best auth0r 0f r0mantic ficti0n! I realy l0ve her n0vel Angel. Its a very heartwarming n0vel and very funny i laugh d wh0le time i read it. H0pe lindsey write m0re heartwarming and feel-g0od n0vels. G0 lindsey!
Taryn posts on 12/9/2007 12:50:35 PM Please could you have movies made of all the Malory brother! There is so much fans of the Malory Family!!!!!! Please please please!!
fieryredruby posts on 11/5/2007 4:34:57 PM i have all of her novels that she has written so far. the malory series is the most popular, i am actually waiting for her to write one about Angel and Cassies children.
Robin posts on 8/10/2007 12:49:04 AM I haven't read it but saw a preview in "Captive of My Desires". Speaking of, does anyone have any threads started on the lastest Anderson/Mallory book?
Jackie Rose posts on 8/9/2007 7:02:58 PM Having read "The Devil," I decided it should really be called "The Therapist of the Shrew." He abducts her, yes, but it is only to help her understand her problems and all that. I must say, I'm all for it.
Santos posts on 8/9/2007 5:55:45 PM Does anyone know if there is a book in the works about Marshall Malory I've always enjoyed her Malory novels but I have always felt as if Marshall was never a main character in her stories. If anyone knows anything please let me know thank you
Suaski posts on 7/12/2007 4:13:49 PM This book is actually good. Compared to the last few, this one reminds me of her older books. She gives good reason and arguments for Ophelia's behavior and you find yourself rooting for Ophelia and undertanding her behavior.
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