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Review: Reckless Games by M.J. Lowell

Review: Reckless Games by M.J. Lowellby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is told in the first person. Lucy Flannigan is mourning the loss of someone very special to her.  And then she overhears something she shouldn’t have.  Rhys Carlyle is a man who has quite the appetite for the ladies.  These two have a very interesting first meeting.  Rhys is […]

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Review: Flirting with Disaster (Camelot, Book 3) by Ruthie Knox

Review: Flirting with Disaster (Camelot, Book 3) by Ruthie Knoxby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Katie Clark is in the car while her brother Caleb talks to her.  Sean Owens is sitting next to her while this conversation is going on.  They work at Camelot Security. I love how Ruthie gives her readers a hero that is not perfect – it just makes him more human.  […]

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Giveaway: Harlequin Men in Uniform

Giveaway: Harlequin Men in Uniformby Guest Blogger

Maverick Sheriff by Delores Fossen Delores Fossen kicks off her new series, Sweetwater Ranch, with a Texas lawman, a beautiful DA…and the child they’ll risk everything to protect.  Saving a little boy’s life reopens painful wounds for Texas sheriff Cooper McKinnon. This could be his son, whose loss has haunted him for two years. But […]

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Writing and a Writer’s Superstitions

Writing and a Writer's Superstitionsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by A.J. Llewellyn, author of ‘Ailani This is a subject I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. I am perhaps, an overly superstitious person, but I am almost obsessive when it comes to my superstitions as an author. I grew up in Australia to Greek parents. My father was from the country in […]

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Awkward Moments in Writing

Awkward Moments in Writingby Guest Blogger

My name is Ember Leigh, and even though I write erotic romance and love it, I’ll be the first to admit it can be a little awkward sometimes. My current release Carlos and Casey features two ex-lovers seeing each other for the first time after four years. The short story features a very uncomfortable, awkward […]

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Review: Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie London

Review: Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie Londonby Keira G

Hero: Grant Farley injured his hamstring on the field and must regain his flexibility quickly in order to play. He signs up for ballet lessons because he’s desperate for a “quick fix.” What he doesn’t expect is to find himself very attracted to his private tutor. Tweaking her tutu is just the kind of fun […]

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Dreams Do Come True: I’m a Published Author

Dreams Do Come True: I'm a Published Authorby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Krista Kelley, author of the Grey Curse If anyone would have told me two and a half years ago that I would be a published author, I would have told them they were crazy. Back then, I didn’t think being an author was in my cards, despite my love of writing. I […]

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And Finally a Sequel!

And Finally a Sequel!by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Heather Lin, author of Rosa’s Story I’m excited to be back at Love Romance Passion to discuss my latest release, Rosa’s Story. A few years ago, I was here promoting my contemporary romance novella, Westridge, and this—finally—Is one of two sequels I’d had planned from the start. You’re probably wondering why it […]

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