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Review: The Road Beneath Me by Jessica Blair

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Jessica Blair is a well-known author of almost seventy books written under several pseudonyms; The Restless Spirit, Reach For Tomorrow, The Restless Heart, Storm…

Review: Curse of the Gypsy (Lady Anne Mystery, Book 3) by Donna Lea Simpson

Heroine: When Lady Anne Addison visits the gypsy camp on her father’s lands, she swears she spies Tony in the woods. Unacceptable! She meant it when she said…

Review: Revenge of the Barbary Ghost by Donna Lea Simpson

This story continues immediately after the events of Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark. Lady Anne Addison: Our plucky heroine isn’t sure she wants to wed…

Review: A Light on the Veranda by Ciji Ware

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This is a re-publishing of her novel. I read an uncorrected advance copy. This was a hard book for me to get into. It…

Review: The Demon Lover (Fairwick Chronicles, Book 1) by Juliet Dark

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is written in the first person. Dr. Cailleach Fay seems to enjoy writing about all types of demon lovers. She doesn’t just…

Review: Red Velvet and Absinthe by Mitzi Szereto

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes There is nothing like 15 stories of paranormal erotic romance to thrill a reader into each of them, all are different, yet all will…

Defining the Genre: Gothic Romance

Gothic romance is a genre you can’t find all too easily today. It was a popular genre a few decades ago and lovers of this romance sub-genre will…

Review: Mr. Darcy, Vampyre by Amanda Grange

Amanda Grange picks up where Pride and Prejudice ends. Jane and Elizabeth are getting ready for their double wedding, both eager and anxious about the life spreading out…

Review: The Master of Seacliff by Max Pierce

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Andrew Wyndham gets the offer of a lifetime to tutor an unruly child at a huge mansion where its master, Duncan Stewart starts…

Plain Fear: Forsaken by Leanna Ellis

by Sharon S., guest reviewer I really don’t know how to classify this book. I think it is YA, but I feel it leans more towards Adult.  I’ve…

Duty and Desire by Pamela Aidan- Guest Review

By: Sasha Muradali, guest blogger Duty & Desire is an interesting addition to the trilogy of Fitzwilliam Darcy: Gentleman by Pamela Aidan. This second installment takes readers through…

Review: A Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Ware

by Karin, guest reviewer from Savvy Thinker A Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Ware is being reissued — it is a good choice for reissue for those…

Review: Love Bleeds (Only After Dark Series: Book 1) by Maggie James

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer There are a lot of genres thrown into this novel by Maggie James, but for the most part it is about vampires, or…

Review: Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark by Donna Lea Simpson

I have a funny story with this book and by story I mean an epic fail. I was returning some books back to the library and somehow Lady…

Review: Heirs of Darkisle by Cassandra Pierce

Pierce combines and intertwines multiple threads of mystery and romance with a splash of Gothic overtones in Heirs of Darkisle. It’s smart, solid, and fabulous. The major players:…

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