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Review: Besotted (The Billionaire Banker, Book 3) by Georgia Le Carre

Review: Besotted (The Billionaire Banker, Book 3) by Georgia Le Carreby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Back in the previous novel, Lana had the chance to make things better for her and her baby by going back to Blake. We knew it wasn’t going to be great for her, but she somehow managed to put things right with him aftert he had originally thought she was […]

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Review: Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion

Review: Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunionby Karin

Reviewed by Karin Blurb A war bride awaits the arrival of her GI husband at the platform… A Holocaust survivor works at the Oyster Bar, where a customer reminds him of his late mother… A Hollywood hopeful anticipates her first screen test and a chance at stardom in the Kissing Room… On any particular day, […]

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Review: Power Play (Clear Message, Book 1) by Kali Cross

Review: Power Play (Clear Message, Book 1) by Kali Crossby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn Blurb: Jack’s up against a master of manipulation—staying one step ahead of his ex-fiancée requires some swift maneuvers. But when Alexandra Simpson enters his life…well, she is a game changer. Dangerous secrets, office intrigue, and sizzling passion will keep you turning the pages of Power Play, Book 1 of Kali Cross’ […]

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Review: Love Bites: A Collection of Short Stories by Valeria Kogan

Review: Love Bites: A Collection of Short Stories by Valeria Koganby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: This is Valeria Kogan’s debut collection of short stories which all centre on love, from heartbreak to redemption, this is what love is all about whether the people in the stories love each other at all, or start out that way and grow apart later on. There are many elements […]

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Review: The Love of Marisol by Christos Toulouras

Review: The Love of Marisol by Christos Toulourasby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Leo decides to take a trip to Lima, Peru after his marriage has failed. In leaving for a far off place he has left behind all his pain, loss and depression, yet Leo does not expect to find a new love interest there in Marisol. Review: The Love of Marisol […]

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Review: One Mad Night Anthology by Julia London

Review: One Mad Night Anthology by Julia Londonby Keira

One Mad Night Chelsea Crawford and Ian Rafferty are high profile ad execs in cutthroat competition for a client. When a major winter storm puts New York City on lockdown, the two rivals have to make it through the night together-oh, the many ways in which opposites attract… Review: Julia London is an author I […]

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Review: Blood Deep (Blackthorn, Book 4) by Lindsay J. Pryor

Review: Blood Deep (Blackthorn, Book 4) by Lindsay J. Pryorby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Blurb: Blood Deep (Blackthorn #4) by Lindsay J. Pryor Bad can feel good, Jessie. Bad can feel as good as it can get. The tattoos covering Eden Reece’s arm tell the tale of a con with an appetite for danger. Even so, arriving at The Circus – the criminal heart of […]

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Review: The Vampire Hunter (In the Company of Vampires, Book 2) by Michelle Hauf

Review: The Vampire Hunter (In the Company of Vampires, Book 2) by Michelle Haufby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: It’s Kasper’s (Kaz) sixteenth birthday and his only present is a wild, fanged beast trying to kill him – in his panic, he stakes him, killing him outright, though it takes another man, Tor to tell him that the beast he just took out was a vampire and even though […]

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