Do you read Diana Palmer and what are your favorite book?

United States
August 22, 2009 10:42am CST
I am an avid reader of Diana Palmer and have read every book that she has written. My favorite book was the last one that I read of hers and that was Heartless. She has a away of writing her stories that keeps you intrigued and captivated.
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@maezee (34568)
• United States
22 Aug 09
What kind of genre are Diana Palmers' books? I'm an avid reader as well (although I haven't read too much in the past couple of months, unfortunately!!) but I'm always open to reading new authors. I haven't heard of this one, but maybe I'll check it out. Are there any other good books of hers to recommend? And can you explain a little more about her genre/what she writes about? Perhaps a synopsis of a book that she's written in the past? Thanks! . It's good to hear from another book enthusiast.
• United States
25 Aug 09
Diana Palmer mainly writes contemporary Western themed romances. She does do other kinds in the genre....like suspense. She has a series going for a while now called the Long Tall Texans....can you guess it is set in Texas? LOL.... Recommendations: All her Long, Tall Texans series....here is her website to find out more.... www.dianapalmer.com I enjoy reading her books, since I am a fan of western themed romances. Her books are all set in or around the small town of Jacobsville, Texas, where men are men...and the women are the ones who have to love these strong minded men. Hope this helps....and I agree about hearing back from another book enthusiast,,,,
@SomeCowgirl (32266)
• United States
21 Sep 10
I have read one of her books, and have two more. One I think she either cowrote, or the book has two different stories in it. I am going to be collecting more of her books as I can because I am impressed with her writing style. She really draws you into the story, and the genre of The Long Tall Texan series really intrigues me. I love anything with a western flair and if it involves law enforecment then I think all the better.
@thaMARKER (3093)
• Philippines
23 Aug 09
it's my first time to encounter her name. i love reading fiction books. my very favorite is Robert Ludlum, he's a spy novelist. My first favorite is Ken Follett actually but when I knew that Ludlum wrote my all-time favorite The Bourne movies, I research on some of his other books.