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Review: Because of You (Coming Home, Book 1) by Jessica Scott

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Book covers can be a great source of titillation, and this one isn’t half bad either as the sight of a hot guy in…

Review: Just Remember to Breathe by Charles Sheehan-Miles

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Pre-law student, Alex Thompson wants to make something of her life; she studies hard and needs to forget the boy who broke her…

Review: Desert Heat: A Story of Samson & Delilah by Micah Sheehan

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story starts when Delilah is just a child and a family tragedy occurs. We also see that she kills someone. We first see…

Review: Desert Nights by Kitti Bernetti

by Carla F., guest reviewer Summary: Sheikh Ashmit bin Sultan al Nashan is sent by his father the King to rescue an English schoolteacher, Russ Edwards, who is…

Review: Whispers in the Sand by Barbara Erskine

by Master Llama, guest reviewer Summary: After recently being divorced, Anna Fox, a Londoner in her 30’s decides to cheer herself up by going on a river cruise…

Review: Desert and Destiny by Isabel Roman

by Susan S., guest reviewer Roman nocked her arrow, drew back an imaginative bow, took aim, released her words, and hit bull’s eye dead-center! Desert and Destiny stands…

Sheik Romance and the Passion of Arabian Nights

There are many fictional desert kingdoms in Sheik romance. In these desert romances the handsome and enigmatic sheik or prince finds love with the white woman for her…

Review: Bella and the Merciless Sheikh by Sarah Morgan

I just finished reading this amazing Sheikh category romance by Sarah Morgan. Oh my goodness, this is a book to glom! There’s so much to love about the…

Review: Kiss Across Swords by Teal Ceagh

The Story: Kiss Across Swords is book two in the Time-Crossed Love series which follows a time travel hopping vampires/human ménage a trios through the ages. (M/M/F) Taylor…

Contemporary Romance

by Shelley Munro, guest blogger Thanks so much for having me to visit today. My name is Shelley Munro, and I write both contemporary and paranormal romance for…

Review: The Moon That Night by Helen Brenna

Q: When can a good guy commit a crime and still be a good guy? A: When his family is threatened. Which is just what happens to soldier…

Review: The Sheikh’s Defiant Bride by Sandra Marton

Points go to Sandra Marton for using a fairly unique way to go about the common pregnant bride plot. A screw up in courier running between two doctors’…

Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Natasha Oakley

My only complaint is that this novel isn’t longer! I feel like this was a good start and now the author should flush it out with more details,…

Review: The Desert King’s Pregnant Bride by Annie West

This book was made out of 3 parts awesome. Maggie’s mother ran off with her younger sister when Maggie was eight leaving Maggie in the care of her…

Review: The Sheikh’s Blackmailed Mistress by Penny Jordan

This was a pretty decent read. One of those books you read once and don’t plan to revisit. There were some obvious contrite plot mechanisms and I felt…

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