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Compulsive Writer of Smut

Compulsive Writer of Smutby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Erzabet Bishop, author of Red Dress Hi and thanks for having me on the blog today. My name is Erzabet Bishop and I am a compulsive writer of smut. I write in several genres within said smut because I have a limited attention span and can’t seem to make up my mind […]

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Five Sure Signs the Holidays are Coming

Five Sure Signs the Holidays are Comingby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Gwen Jones, author of The Laws of Seduction It’s December and the Holidays coming, a time for parties and family and my favorite part—lots and lots of cookies. Rather than get caught up in the chaos that befalls so many this time of year, and I simply let it all rumble past like […]

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Top 10 Fun Facts About Angel’s Keeping

Top 10 Fun Facts About Angel's Keepingby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Brantwijn Serrah, author of Angel’s Keeping “Raschael” is pronounced like “Raphael” The characters in Angel’s Keeping are mostly incubi and succubae. The “familiar” name for these demons is exsul, or “outcasts”. They descend from the original fallen angels and are the oldest race of demons. All demons in the Blood and Fire […]

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Beauty and the Best Man (The Lassiters, Book 0.5) by by Maureen Child

Beauty and the Best Man (The Lassiters, Book 0.5) by by Maureen Childby Keira

Summary: Matt Hollis would never let a woman get between him and his first mistress, his career. Except there was one once that wanted to commit and he let her get away. He’s been thinking about her ever since. His best friend is marrying her best friend and they’re thrown together once again. Kayla is […]

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Why I Write Mystery Romances

Why I Write Mystery Romancesby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Carolyn LaRoche, author of Witness Protection As a teenager I fell in love with love stories. I couldn’t wait to get to the end of a book just so I would know for sure that girl got her guy despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Happy endings are the reason I read as much […]

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Audio Review: Sylvester by Georgette Heyer

Audio Review: Sylvester by Georgette Heyerby Keira

Heroine: Phoebe Marlow has a good head on her shoulders and sees the ton’s foibles for what they are. She’s also an aspiring writer who just finished penning a marvelous Gothic romance with cameos of different persons in the ton. She makes her bad guy the insufferable Duke of Salford and unwittingly creates his fictional […]

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Review: Slow Hand (Hot Cowboy Nights, Book 1) by Victoria Vane

Review: Slow Hand (Hot Cowboy Nights, Book 1) by Victoria Vaneby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Nicole “Nikki” Powell has some regrets.  And with the way her story starts off you have to feel sorry for her.  And the author does a great job at showing all the emotions that Nikki is feeling.  Wade Knowlton has a soft heart but that doesn’t mean that he’s a pushover.  […]

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Review: An Unsuitable Match (The Duke of Strathmore, Book 2) by Sasha Cottman

Review: An Unsuitable Match (The Duke of Strathmore, Book 2) by Sasha Cottmanby Keira

Heroine: Lady Clarice Langham is in the unenviable position of watching the future Duke of Strathmore wed another woman. (She used to be engaged to the the man). Even being an heiress and a previous ton favorite doesn’t shelter her from vicious gossip and a waning society crown. Hero: David Radley is the eldest son […]

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