South America

Review: A SEAL Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, Book 12) by Terry Spear

Review: A SEAL Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, Book 12) by Terry Spearby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Bjornolf Jorgenson is in the Amazon jungle singing “Jingle Bells” – that makes for an interesting picture. He’s there — along with Anna Johnson — to help rescue a family. She’s a woman that knows how to take care of herself as well as help lead her group through the jungle. […]

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Review: Savage Hunger (Heart of the Jaguar, Book 2) by Terry Spear

Review: Savage Hunger (Heart of the Jaguar, Book 2) by Terry Spearby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This book picks up where book one left off. This is Maya Anderson’s story. She goes into a club where she comes across two real bad boys. David and Wade Patterson are on assignment at the same club. Then Maya seems to be causing something of a stir. During the altercation, […]

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What Is A Huaca Anyway?

What Is A Huaca Anyway?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Marcia Mickelson, author of The Huaca My YA novel, The Huaca, comes out May 14. Many people have asked me how the word is pronounced and what it means. Huaca is pronounced wak’a. In Quechua, a Native American language of South America, a huaca is an object that represents something revered. In my novel, it takes on […]

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Review: The Scent of Jade by Dee DeTarsio

Review: The Scent of Jade by Dee DeTarsioby Karin

Reviewed by Karin of Savvy Thinker I had high hopes for this book, but it didn’t pan out quite the way I expected. Let’s just say I did no like the man she ends up with on the final page. I think it was the wrong choice, and that spoiled the book for me. Julie […]

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Review: A Night of Scandal by Sarah Morgan

Review: A Night of Scandal by Sarah Morganby Keira G

Another winning story by Sarah Morgan! The Hero: Nathaniel Wolfe is Hollywood’s golden bad boy, a contradiction on the surface, yes, but one that makes sense as you read. He’s acted all his life and has turned his job into a mask to hide behind. Who is the real Nathaniel Wolfe? Is he the suave […]

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Review: His Wicked Kiss by Gaelen Foley

Review: His Wicked Kiss by Gaelen Foleyby Keira G

His Wicked Kiss is the seventh installment of Foley’s Knight Miscellany series. The novel was quite exceptional from the steamy romance scenes, the tender moments, and the insecurities that flared between Eden and Jack. His Wicked Kiss flirts with the tried and true plot of what you thought you wanted and what you get. Dr. […]

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Review: The Girl at Goldenhawk by Violet Winspear

Review: The Girl at Goldenhawk by Violet Winspearby Keira G

I would never pick this book up in a secondhand bookstore because the title is strange and the cover is weirder. No wonder Harlequin puts the money and effort into consumer research. It’s all about pretty covers and catchy titles! The romance takes place in Brazil with references to England and Portugal. Goldenhawk is the […]

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Review: Bride in a Gilded Cage by Abby Green

Review: Bride in a Gilded Cage by Abby Greenby Keira G

When Rafael Romero was 18 he found himself engaged to an 8 year old. The idea of being trapped in an arranged marriage suffocated him and in rebellion he cut through the ladies always having one on his arm and in his bed. Once he even got engaged on his own terms only to have […]

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