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What’s a Good Way to Write?

What's a Good Way to Write?by Guest Blogger

Hi! I’m Crystal Perkins. My good friend, Tera Lynn Childs and I are taking over the blog today as part of our Sassy and Sexy Romance Tour! Tera is the “Sassy” part of our equation. Her City Chicks books feature behind closed door, or in the case of Trying Texas, behind closed bushes action. I’m […]

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My writing space. (Well – spaces.)

My writing space. (Well – spaces.)by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Lisa A Adams, author of Fire on Ice Through the course of several book releases, I usually get the same questions from different blog hosts. One common one, that I usually skip, is “What does your writing space look like?” So, this post… this blog… you will see my writing space, and see […]

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Review: Scared of Beautiful (Scared Series, Book 1) by Jacqueline Abrahams

Review: Scared of Beautiful (Scared Series, Book 1) by Jacqueline Abrahamsby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Maia and Jackson seem to be two different people walking a different path. Maia wants to go to college without anyone bothering her. She has a need to escape her privileged upbringing of wealth and control to live her life the way she always wanted to. Jackson feels rejected after […]

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Audio Review: Midsummer Magic by Catherine Coulter

Audio Review: Midsummer Magic by Catherine Coulterby Keira G

Hero: Philip Hawsbury is no longer the second son. When his older brother died, he became the next Earl of Rothermere. Now his father is on his deathbed and Philip must fulfill a longstanding promise his father made to impoverished Alexander Kilbracken, the Scottish Earl of Ruthven. He must marry one of the daughters – […]

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Giveaway: Captive Hearts Trilogy by Grace Burrowes

Giveaway: Captive Hearts Trilogy by Grace Burrowesby Guest Blogger

Book: The Laird Author: Grace Burrowes Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Genre: Historical Romance He left his bride to go to war… After years of soldiering, Michael Brodie returns to his Highland estate to find that the bride he left behind has become a stranger. Brenna is self-sufficient, competent, confident-and furious. Despite her anger at Michael’s prolonged […]

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Review: The Escape (Survivor’s Club, Book 3) by Mary Balogh

Review: The Escape (Survivor's Club, Book 3) by Mary Baloghby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Sir Benedict Harper, a former soldier who has survived the Napoleonic wars wants to return home to get some kind of support and companionship. He could meet any woman, but Samantha Mc Kay is aided by Benedict who believes she must leave her oppressive in-laws. Benedict gets her safely to […]

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Audio Review: The Duke’s Deceit by Sherrill Bodine

Audio Review: The Duke’s Deceit by Sherrill Bodineby Keira G

Hero: Richard, the Duke of Avalon, knows he’s made a terrible mistake. His fiancé is a horribly vain and self-centered chit, more concerned with appearances than him. When he makes a decision to travel right before the wedding to visit a philosophy professor in Scotland, she informs him that if he does not return with […]

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Review: Catch of The Day by Carla Caruso

Review: Catch of The Day by Carla Carusoby Guest Blogger

Reviewed by Fleur, of A Daily Romance Glamorous but flawed Winnie Cherry is exiled to small town Australia for work, following an imbroglio involving a senior staff member. Upon immediately entering the local area, our heroine has an accidental run-in with worldly local hunk Alex Bass. As superficial as this sounds, readers may fall in […]

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