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Review: Islands by Richard V. Raiment

Review: Islands by Richard V. Raimentby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: When two men find themselves shipwrecked on a deserted island they find that they must find a connection as they are the only two men who are left there for years. Of course there is only one way for them to quell the boredom of isolation, but Peter Lightfoot is […]

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Review: The Education of Victoria by Angela Meadows

Review: The Education of Victoria by Angela Meadowsby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: In Victorian times ladies were supposed to be refined, courteous and discreet with their affections for other men, but as far as Victoria is concerned, she is different from the norm. Having been seen with the stable boy, her father is at his wits end and sends her to the […]

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The Confidence to be a Writer

The Confidence to be a Writerby Guest Blogger

Hi, thank you Love Romance Passion for having me. I’m B.D Hawkey, author of Old Sins Long Shadows, which is an historical romance with grit. However, I would consider myself a reader of romance first and a rather fussy reader too as I have a list of pet peeves of things I dislike. I have […]

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How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novel

How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novelby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by John Blumenthal, co-author of Passing Wind of Love Inspired by the gazillions of dollars people are making in the romance novel genre, I decided to write one with a friend, Barry Golson. Granted, the genre is dominated by women, but so what? How hard could it be? Besides, Barry and I weren’t […]

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Get into Bed with Pamela Sherwood (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Pamela Sherwood (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: What do you feel is the most important aspect to a successful romance novel? Pamela Sherwood: The emotional connection between the hero and heroine! You have to feel that their minds and hearts are in sync, not just their bodies. Keira: How is Sophie, that heroine of A Song at Twilight, the toast of […]

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Review: Avalon Revisited by O.M. Grey

Review: Avalon Revisited by O.M. Greyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Vampires in fiction can be from any time period, newly made; older than time itself, but Arthur Tudor is one of the older kind who has hidden his vampire existence from the public for many long years. While on an airship, he meets a vampire slayer to be just too good […]

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Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (The Rules of Scoundrels, Book 2) by Sarah MacLean

Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (The Rules of Scoundrels, Book 2) by Sarah MacLeanby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes For Lady Philippa Marbury reading books and indulging in science is preferable to parading around at society balls in the latest fashionable gowns. She is intelligent and wise beyond her young years, and knows what she wants from a man, even though she is engaged to Lord Castleton. Philippa isn’t cut […]

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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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