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Review: Thornbrook Park (Thornbrook Park, Book 1) by Sherri Browning

Review: Thornbrook Park (Thornbrook Park, Book 1) by Sherri Browningby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: After the death of her husband, Eve Kendal has only one option when she is disowned by her parents for marrying beneath her. She must leave India and go to London to live with her friend Lady Sophia Averford. The place that has become a new home for her is […]

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Review: To Seduce an Earl (Seduction, Book 1) by Lori Brighton

Review: To Seduce an Earl (Seduction, Book 1) by Lori Brightonby Keira G

Hero: When Alex Weston was young, he was blackmailed into working as a male prostitute in order to keep his family from London’s prisons. He has been thinking of escaping ever since, but the information that caught him then, is holding him captive today. With nothing much better to look forward, Alex decides to stay […]

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To Capture a Rake

To Capture a Rakeby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Lori Brighton, author of To Seduce an Earl What is a rake? Well, if you’re a gardener it’s a tool used to gather things like grass and leaves. But to the romance reader, a rake is something far, far more interesting. According to Wikipedia, “A rake, short for rakehell, is a historic […]

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Review: Lessons in Love (Cambridge Fellows #1) by Charlie Cochrane

Review: Lessons in Love (Cambridge Fellows #1) by Charlie Cochraneby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer First off, this m/m was pure romance, and so sweet I think I got a cavity <G>. I am going to call it a historical mystery. It is set at an all male collage in Cambridge in 1905. The author does an amazing job of giving the feel of the […]

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Review: Deadly Love by Brenda Joyce

Review: Deadly Love by Brenda Joyceby Keira G

Deadly Love, a Francesca Cahill Novel, is the first book in the Deadly Series. I’m not one to read a series out of order, which is why when I finished Deadly Vows I had to go back and catch-up! Francesca Cahill: Our heroine is a bluestocking of the first order. She shuns her beauty and […]

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Review: Deadly Vows by Brenda Joyce

Review: Deadly Vows by Brenda Joyceby Keira G

I saw this on Net Galley and immediately gravitated toward it because of the plotline. Deadly Vows is book 9 in The Deadly Series. Some of you might recognize it as a Francesca Cahill Novel (the name of the heroine) as all the Deadlys follow her as she solves crimes and falls in love. I […]

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Review: The Golden Prince by Rebecca Dean

Review: The Golden Prince by Rebecca Deanby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Rebecca Dean in true Philippa Gregory style tells the story of a young prince Edward VIII living a strict early life due to his father the then ruler, King George V, and the young Edward wanted a more interesting life for himself. His life turns around for th4e better when […]

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Review: Sloane Hall by Libby Sternberg

Review: Sloane Hall by Libby Sternbergby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Inspired by the work of Charlotte Bronte, namely Jane Eyre, Libby hoped to bring back that same romantic feeling with this period work of hers set in the romantic backdrop of the 1920s where many hoped they would become the actors and starlets of the day, Buster Keaton, the famous […]

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