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Review: Catch Me a Cowboy by Katie Lane

Review: Catch Me a Cowboy by Katie Laneby Hannah Abbey

Reviewed by Mailani A woman whose lost it all and doesn’t even know it until it’s too late… that’s Shirlene Dalton. Growing up was rough on her, but she and her brother made it to the top of their little town in Bramble, Texas. Shirlene, who’s widowed by her lucrative older husband, losses a great […]

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Are You Attending RWA Annual Conference 2012?

Are You Attending RWA Annual Conference 2012?by Hannah Abbey

Guest blog by Hannah Abbey Over 2,100 professionals will meet in Anaheim, California, for the annual RWA conference this year. The RWA Annual Conference is an event that brings together romance novel writers, editors and agents in the industry. The conference provides those involved in the romance novel industry with an opportunity to network with […]

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Review: The Landlord’s Black-Eyed Daughter by Mary Ellen Dennis

Review: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter by Mary Ellen Dennisby Hannah Abbey

Reviewed by Hannah For all those girls who love bad boys, this is the book for you. A cavalier thief (aka “highwayman”) not only works to steal your heart, but also your baubles and pocketbook. Hero: Rand is tall, dark and handsome. And if that already isn’t enough, he’s got the Robin Hood persona down […]

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Review: Wicked By Any Other Name by Linda Wisdom

Review: Wicked By Any Other Name by Linda Wisdomby Hannah Abbey

By: Mailani, guest reviewer Banned to the mortal world for an undistinguished amount of time, Staci Romanov and her good intentioned trouble making friends weave through the centuries masking themselves as ordinary muggles. Early on in the gold rush, Staci and her best friend Blair stumble upon the town located near the power radiating Moonstone […]

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Reader Highlight with Mailani

Reader Highlight with Mailaniby Hannah Abbey

Keira: What are your top 5 favorite romance books and what would you name them if you could retitle them? Mailani: a) The Wedding by Julie Garwood… aka Peaking up Kilts b) Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie… aka Stuck Between a Man and Open Toed Butterfly Heels c) Rebel by Heather Graham… aka Swamp Thingy’s […]

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