March Superromance sweeps in with great reading in Connie Bennett's SOMEWHERE OUT THERE (4). Unexplained photographs, a mysterious jet crash and the sizzling electricity between a paranoid UFO expert and a down-to-earth investigative journalist add up to a terrific love story with lots of plot, humor and passion.

In the Loving Dangerously subseries, Dee Holmes heats up the night when a cynical ex-cop takes on a charity case of PROTECTING MOLLY MCCULLOCH (3) against her long-lost brother's shady past. With skill and gentle humor, Ms. Holmes dishes up an endearing romantic tale featuring charming characters who learn to deal with the complications of love.

In WILD HONEY (3), a single mother's world is threatened when the man who unknowingly sired her son shows up in the emergency room. Veronica Sattler paints a poignant tale of passion, trust and family relationships as she deftly addresses the issues of child sexual abuse with compassion.

The West Texans subseries offers WEST TEXAS WEDDINGS (1) by Ginger Chambers. When a single mom inherits a share of her deceased employer's family ranch, she uproots her daughter and goes to claim her inheritance. While the characters are somewhat thinly developed and unsympathetic and the plot predictable, Ms. Chambers pens an engaging story about family dynamics.

Reviewed by: 
Cindy Whitesel