Karen Robards Message Board

Roberta Still posts on 1/1/2012 Roberta Still has just written a review of Sleepwalker which you can see here
Karenann Knotoff posts on 1/1/2012 Karenann Knotoff has just written a review of Hunted which you can see here
Emma. posts on 7/30/2005 4:57:46 PM If you are a Karen Robards fan, like me, then you must read 'One Summer' It's a fabulous book and a keeper. Also, I'd recommend 'To Love A Man'. You won't want to put them down. Enjoy!!

Jessie posts on 7/7/2005 12:47:08 PM Karen Robards, Bait, was awesome and so was Whispers At Midnight. Can't wait to read Supersition and am looking for Paradise County. Her heroians are a bit easy but the only reason why is because the heros have a stick up the azzs, are maybe its their heads. Sure seemed like it in Whispers At Midnight, in Heartbreaker the guy puts out all the major come ons she just responds.
Gigi posts on 6/3/2005 2:48:47 PM Although I quite enjoy Karen Robards writing but I find her heroines are rather too easy. They tend to throw themselves to the heros. Just my thoughts.
Madde posts on 5/23/2005 10:57:44 AM I just listened to the Superstition audiotape and it was really good. (Unabridged version - that's all I buy.)Loved the narrator. Some of the narrators in the earlier books weren't as good.
CJ posts on 5/20/2005 11:14:38 AM Just finished "Superstition" and found it to be one of Karen's best ever - absolutely wonderful characters - Nicky and Joe are perfect partners. Thanks for giving us another great read, Karen!
Alyssa Herman posts on 3/11/2005 10:22:04 AM Hi, I just wanna say that Karen is one of the best authors around. Sea Fire was the very first book that I read and as the saying goes, the rest is history. I can't wait for Superstition to hit the stores but it may only be made available perhaps towards the end of the year from where I come from (by the way, I'm from Singapore). However, it's better late than never! My only lament is having to wait a considerable amount of time for a book to be published in a year. I really wish Karen would produce at least 2 books a year. That way I'm sure most of her fans won't be anticipating in frustration for her latest work. Nevertheless, keep on with the wonderful work!
Karen Robards posts on 3/9/2005 11:10:07 AM Dear Readers, I've just discovered this message board and wanted to say hello. I love Superstition and hope you love it, too. Best, Karen

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