Category: Dragon

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Oh no! Nice Parents. What’s an author to do?

So this is a guest post, but not… Hi! You know me. I’m Keira Gillett and I own and run Love Romance Passion. Today, I’m talking about something…

Review: Queen’s Wings (Emerging Queen, Book 1) by Jamie K. Schmidt

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is told in the first person. If you’re are on that is on the fence whether you want to try this book…

Get into Bed with Susannah Scott (Author Interview)

Keira: I love watching Leverage, so learning Luck of the Dragon had a grifter (very rare in romance) made me super excited. How does your character feel about…

Review: Broken Prophecy (Heirs of Aedan, Book 1) by Raven Raye

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Killian is thinking of a human and her name is Marcella. His purpose in our world is to find out who is threatening his…

6 Reasons Why the Paranormal Character is Always Male

This post is in response to a little nugget that I read in Heather’s article at the Galaxy Express entitled Does Science Fiction Romance Need More Alpha Heroes?…

Can Real Men Compete with Paranormal Heroes?

Truth or another whiny complaint from males about our reading material? Does paranormal romance hopelessly increase our expectations in a man? Let’s examine the paranormal hero to find…

Get into Bed with Sandy Lender (Author Interview)

Warnings… if you weren’t curious about Choices Meant for Gods or Sandy Lender before this interview you’re going to be chomping at the bit to get this book…

Review: Dark Highland Fire by Kendra Leigh Castle

Dark Highland Fire is about two distinctly polar opposites getting together and overcoming obstacles that should under normal circumstances lay them low. Rowan is a fiery demi-goddess akin…

Review: Fire in His Eyes by Stella and Audra Price

Fire in His Eyes is the first book of the Dragon Elementals in Stella and Audra Price’s Eververse. A complicated web of Afterverse and the real world, Eververse…

Fantasy with a Dash of Romance

“Every age embraces the vampire it needs,” said Mike Deloney. Read on here. The Top 3 Young Adult Books From 2008: in no particular order… Breaking Dawn by…

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