Chick-Lit

Top 10 Reasons Why Old Relationships Are Worth Revisiting

Top 10 Reasons Why Old Relationships Are Worth Revisitingby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Marilyn Kelly, author of All the Boys I Ever Kissed: A Choose Your Own Ending Novel being released on Amazon on April 22. Do you ever wonder about your old boyfriends? I married my college sweetheart, so it’s been a long time since I kissed another man, but I have some sweet […]

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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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Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxter

Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxterby Keira G

Summary: Lola is always wearing the wrong underwear at the worse times… like upon arrest. Wait! Let’s back up a minute! Lola’s parents repeatedly told her she could make a difference growing-up. Lola wants that. She wants to have purpose and be a force of change… The trouble for Lola is that she’s not sure […]

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Get into Bed with Maria Chiara Marsciani (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Maria Chiara Marsciani (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: What made you choose Italy as your setting in Urbino, Unexpectedly? Have you recently vacationed there? Maria Chiara Marsciani: I was born in Rimini, Italy, a mid-size town on the Adriatic Sea eighty miles down by Venice. I left Italy when I was twenty-four to come to the US, but my whole family is […]

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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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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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Review: White Trash Damaged (White Trash Trilogy, Book 2) by Teresa Mummert

Review: White Trash Damaged (White Trash Trilogy, Book 2) by Teresa Mummertby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Cass Daniels is telling the reader her story (first person) – this is the second part. After reading the Prologue, I’ve come to the conclusion that this is a series that must be read in order. It’s the appetizer and the rest of the book is the main course. Tucker White […]

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Review: Rearranged by Ruth Saberton

Review: Rearranged by Ruth Sabertonby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Mills Ali already has a life of her own and dreams of working for an Asian magazine. She has tonnes of friends and thinks she has it all, but her parents want to arrange a marriage for her that will kill any chance of her having the life she has […]

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