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The Challenge of Limits

The Challenge of Limitsby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Jo March, author of The Queen’s Heart Hi there, I’m so excited to be here today to promote something new. In August, Breathless Press is turning five and in celebration of their birthday, they commissioned a range of Flirts based on the characters from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking […]

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Review: Until We Touch (Fool’s Gold, Book 15) by Susan Mallery

Review: Until We Touch (Fool's Gold, Book 15) by Susan Malleryby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Jack McGarry is having a talk about Larissa Owens and learns something interesting.  Larissa is relatively new to Fool’s Gold but she loves it there.  They work together in the same office.  The reader should realize early on that this is going to be a book that is hard to put […]

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Review: Love Potions (Warlocks MacGregor Series, Book 3) by Michelle M. Pillow

Review: Love Potions (Warlocks MacGregor Series, Book 3) by Michelle M. Pillowby Keira G

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Lydia Barratt is walking through town but something doesn’t feel right. During her walk she meets Erik MacGregor – and it’s an interesting first meeting. You will see that they have a connection almost from the minute they meet. Erik is moving into the area and that is what’s going to […]

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Review: Healing Her Heart (Stanton Family, Book 3) by Audra North

Review: Healing Her Heart (Stanton Family, Book 3) by Audra Northby Keira G

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Greg Stanton is a cardiac surgeon – which I found interesting because recently I had to take my father to his cardiologist’s office. Carrie Jankowski works for an assisted living facility. This is a story that makes the doctor seem more human and shows that they go through the same types […]

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Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Teresa Morgan

Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Teresa Morganby Keira G

Hero: Sheikh Rasyn (Ra-sin) Al Jabar has no interest in becoming the next ruler of his homeland, Abbas in North Africa. He decides a Western wife will surely raise the country’s hackles and get him out of the line for succession. When he spies Libby, he thinks he can fulfill his desire to leave the […]

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Review: How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less (Tricks of the Ton, Book 3) by Elizabeth Michels

Review: How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less (Tricks of the Ton, Book 3) by Elizabeth Michelsby Keira G

Hero: Andrew Clifton is Lord Amberstall. On his return to London society, he realizes he is being followed and takes measures to evade his pursuers. At first it seems like a successful attempt to escape… but then his horse nearly lands on a young woman and he gets thrown. Heroine: Katie Moore used to love […]

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Cons of Heroes

Cons of Heroesby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Amber Malloy, author of The Ringer I’ve written a blog on what I perceive to be mental disorders of our fair Disney princesses. I really don’t have enough words on this page to run down the mental illness of the heroes, but I can con a few of these bad boys of […]

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So – My Writing Space. Well…

So - My Writing Space. Well...by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Faberge Nostromo, author of The Song in the Silver My writing space is the final frontier. And often it is somewhere I’ve boldly not gone before. It’s certainly been longer than a five year mission too. I first wrote something that counted as writing at primary school when we were given half […]

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