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Review: The Black Sheep’s Inheritance (Dynasties: The Lassiters, Book 1) by Maureen Child

Review: The Black Sheep’s Inheritance (Dynasties: The Lassiters, Book 1) by Maureen Childby Keira G

Heroine: Colleen Falkner receives an unexpected legacy from her client J.D. Lassiter in his will. Three million dollars is more than enough to help her achieve her dreams and fulfill her mother’s too. Colleen wants to be a nurse practitioner for the remote mountain area in Wyoming around Cheyenne. The money will more than enable […]

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Review: Tangled by Emma Chase

Review: Tangled by Emma Chaseby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn I was not crazy about this book. Told from the point of view of Drew (Andrew) and filled with more rough language than I like to read, I didn’t really like his stream of thought. The sex scenes were hot, but almost seemed gratuitous. They were not a turn-on for me, […]

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Which Half of Your Promotion is Wasted?

Which Half of Your Promotion is Wasted?by Guest Blogger

Gust Blog by Callie Browning, author of The Shadow Guardian: Lost Dreams As Joe Wanamaker once famously said, “Half of my advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.” Cut to 2014, and this writer has realized that he said a mouthful. I promoted my book, The Shadow Guardian: Lost Dreams on […]

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Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxter

Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxterby Keira G

Summary: Lola is always wearing the wrong underwear at the worse times… like upon arrest. Wait! Let’s back up a minute! Lola’s parents repeatedly told her she could make a difference growing-up. Lola wants that. She wants to have purpose and be a force of change… The trouble for Lola is that she’s not sure […]

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Get into Bed with Sandra Antonelli (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Sandra Antonelli (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: What made you want to write a story featuring romance leads over 40? Sandra Antonelli: There are a few reasons. First, I like old things and history—this includes places and culture and people. From a young age, I’ve always enjoyed reading about people older than me. Life history and experience has always been more appealing […]

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How I Got Here

How I Got Hereby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Tea Cooper, author of The Protea Boys Thanks for the invitation Love Romance Passion. I’m Téa Cooper. I write Australian contemporary and historical romance. I arrived in Australia from the UK, via India and a few places in between, with 40 cents in my pocket and no possessions (my backpack had gone […]

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Review: I Dare Me: How I Rebooted and Recharged My Life by Doing Something New Every Day by Lu Ann Cahn

Review: I Dare Me: How I Rebooted and Recharged My Life by Doing Something New Every Day by Lu Ann Cahnby Karin

Reviewed by Karin I’m not through reading this book, but wanted to share how much I was enjoying it. It is like having a romance with oneself. Cahn was 53 years old with a stable marriage, a daughter, and had survived 3 bouts with cancer. But she was not happy, basically depressed, angry, frustrated, with […]

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Excerpt: Country Haven by Ava Miles

Excerpt: Country Haven by Ava Milesby Guest Blogger

COUNTRY HEAVEN Blurb: A down-on-her luck cook uses food’s magical properties to tame a beastly country singer after he hires her under false pretenses to restore his image. When famous—and infamous—country singer Rye Crenshaw saunters into the diner where she cooks, Tory Simmons is certain she’s got him pegged. He’s a bad boy who indulges […]

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