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Sensually Snowbound with Lindsay Evans

Sex and snow have always seemed to belong together. Not necessarily two or more people rolling around in the cold white stuff (although I’ve written about that before)…

Review: One Mad Night Anthology by Julia London

One Mad Night Chelsea Crawford and Ian Rafferty are high profile ad execs in cutthroat competition for a client. When a major winter storm puts New York City…

Get into Bed with Leigh Greenwood (Author Interview)

Keira: Laurie Spencer, the heroine of To Love and to Cherish, feels trapped by her life and particularly by her family. If you were her best friend, what…

Audio Review: Snow Falling on Bluegrass (Bluegrass, Book 3) by Molly Harper

Summary: Snowed-in at a lodge on a work retreat, Kelsey will not only have to organize her work colleagues, but also her love life. First Darrell, her ex,…

Audio Review: Conversion (Conversion, Book 1) by S.C. Stephens

Hero: Teren Adams is a gorgeous twenty-something year old architect who just so happens to be part vampire. He really wants things to work with Emma and can’t…

Audio Review: Sugar Rush (Cupcake Club, Book 1) by Donna Kauffman

Hero: Baxter Dunne is Chef Hot Cakes and Leilani’s former boss. When she left his restaurant Baxter realized he needed her in his life and not just for…

Review: Only with You (Best Mistake, Book 1) by Lauren Layne

Hero: CEO Grayson Wyatt is a reserved man (read socially awkward). He wasn’t always so reserved, once he loved somebody and was engaged. It didn’t last and what the…

Writing Sensuality into a Story

Guest blog by Mary Sullivan, author of No Ordinary Home I’m so happy to be here! Thank you loveromancepassion for having me. I want to talk today about…

Review: Twisted (Eternal Guardians, Book 7) by Elisabeth Naughton

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Cynna is a spectator of an interesting fight.  Nick is fighting for his survival without losing who he is.  Almost right away this author…

Review: In Your Dreams (Blue Heron, Book 4) by Kristan Higgins

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Emmaline Neal is a police officer in Manningsport New York.  She has an extracurricular activity that most women don’t do.  Jack Holland puts on…

Review: Reckless Games by M.J. Lowell

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is told in the first person. Lucy Flannigan is mourning the loss of someone very special to her.  And then she overhears…

Review: Flirting with Disaster (Camelot, Book 3) by Ruthie Knox

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Katie Clark is in the car while her brother Caleb talks to her.  Sean Owens is sitting next to her while this conversation is…

Review: Better Date Than Never by Susan Hatler

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Boxed Set (Books 1 – 6) All Books are written are in the first person. Book One:  Love at First Date Ellen is trying…

Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willig

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Make sure to read the Prologue because it prepares the reader for the first chapter. Sally Fitzhugh is at an evening soirée and she…

Review: The Promise (Thunder Point, Book 5) by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Peyton Lacoumette stops in town not realizing that she’s looking for a job.  Dr. Scott Grant is looking for some help with his practice. …

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