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Review: Love Like the Movies by Victoria Van Tiem

Review: Love Like the Movies by Victoria Van Tiemby Keira G

Heroine: Kensington Shaw is always coming in second place in her family. Her parents, especially her mother, do not make her feel seen. She’s never quite good enough, even though she thinks she’s got a pretty good life. What really gets her? Her brother’s wife, Ren, who is always one-upping her. Kensi though, knows today […]

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Give Me a Challenge and I’ll Write a Book

Give Me a Challenge and I'll Write a Bookby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Michele Stegman, author of The Shrew That Tames Archimedes said to give him a lever and he’d move the world. For me, it’s give me a challenge and I’ll write a book. The Shrew That Tames was written because one of the Breathless Press’s authors challenged us to write a story based […]

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Review: Love Water Memory by Jenny Shortridge

Review: Love Water Memory by Jenny Shortridgeby Karin

Reviewed by Karin This is a romance, but not your typical billionaire meets servant girl. While those are not my genre to read, I thought this would be more fun or intriguing. Perhaps I expected it to be more reminiscent of Eat, Pray, Love, because of the similarity of the title. No, it is not. […]

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What Keeps the Young Adult Genre Fresh

What Keeps the Young Adult Genre Freshby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Connie L. Smith, author of Essenced and Emblazed Can I part with a little secret here? My first reading love wasn’t YA. It wasn’t even contemporary. The initial genre that snagged my interest was fantasy. Elves, orcs, dwarves… I fell hopelessly when introduced to R.A. Salvatore’s The Dark Elf Trilogy , and […]

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Get into Bed with Mariah Stewart (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Mariah Stewart (Author Interview)by Lynn Reynolds

Lynn: Do you feel that readers have high expectations from authors that receive awards such as yours? Mariah Stewart: Do readers pay attention to awards? I really don’t know! I think the highest expectations are for those books that come to a reader via word of mouth. Your best friend recommends a book that she’s […]

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Review: Romance Abroad by Annie Seaton

Review: Romance Abroad by Annie Seatonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Please make sure to read the letter from the author. She reminds us that sometimes we forget that authors started out as readers just like us. She also reminds us how diverse other countries are – which is something I tend to forget. I also love to find out that I […]

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Why I Love the YA Genre

Why I Love the YA Genreby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Sherry Soule, author of Beautifully Broken (Spellbound Series) Today Sherry has some exciting news to share with all of us! All the previously published books in the Spellbound series have been rewritten and republished with more epic romance, sizzling character chemistry, and thrilling new scenes. The new versions also include exclusive bonus […]

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Audio Review: The Husband Hunt (Madison Sisters, Book 3) by Lynsay Sands

Audio Review: The Husband Hunt (Madison Sisters, Book 3) by Lynsay Sandsby Keira G

Heroine: Lisa Madison wants to get married and she wants to be married to Robert Langley, her best friend’s older brother. However he’s clueless. He does not see her as a woman. She’s about to get his attention! Hero: Robert Langley rescues Lisa from near ruination at a madam’s establishment. Somebody wants to compromise her […]

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