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Review: A Brother’s Honor (The Grangers, Book 1) by Brenda Jackson

Review: A Brother’s Honor (The Grangers, Book 1) by Brenda Jacksonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Jace Granger is sitting in an LA restaurant sipping some wine. He appears to be on a blind date and it doesn’t appear to be a pleasurable experience. The first three chapters of this book introduce the readers to the Granger brothers. Besides Jace, there is Caden and Dalton. There also […]

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Letting Your Past Define You

Letting Your Past Define Youby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Synithia Williams, author of A Heart to Heal Everyone has a past. Good or bad, but a person’s past often affects their future. If it’s bad a person may let their past define them or they may choose to overcome the problems of their past. It takes strength to realize that the […]

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Review: Fortune’s Hero (Soldiers of Fortune, Book 1) by Jenna Bennett

Review: Fortune’s Hero (Soldiers of Fortune, Book 1) by Jenna Bennettby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Quinn Conlan is attached to a very creepy machine. You can see right away that he is a soldier. Automatically, I thought of Han Solo of “Star Wars” fame. Elsa Brandeis works for the enemy but is she as bad-ass as Quinn thinks she is? Elsa does not remind me of […]

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Review: Holiday Liaison by Aliyah Burke

Review: Holiday Liaison by Aliyah Burkeby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sage Addison has come to The Village Resort in Starview, Colorado. She’s there to enjoy the snow and to mingle with other singles. And she was very glad when a large black Suburban pulls up. Conall Lennox has come to Starview, Colorado for the exact same thing as Sage. When their […]

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Review: Charming Blue (Fates, Book 8) by Kristine Grayson

Review: Charming Blue (Fates, Book 8) by Kristine Graysonby Keira G

Heroine: Jodi is a light skinned black woman and is very old (bless those witchy genes!), though she doesn’t look it. She calls herself a fixer. It is what she excels at and she combines it with helping other magical beings to realize their Hollywood dreams. Jodi works as a talent agent and helps book […]

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Review: Xavier’s Loving Arms by K T Grant

Review: Xavier's Loving Arms by K T Grantby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Xavier Marks was hoping his lover would be with him always, after all that’s what he thought she wanted the day he was bound to her, but all that has changed now, and he finds that she doesn’t care for him the way she used to. He doesn’t know why she […]

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Review: Off the Record (Love on the Line, Book One) by Camryn Rhys

Review: Off the Record (Love on the Line, Book One) by Camryn Rhysby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Katrina Parker is a chef at a new restaurant. Because of a mix-up, she’s seen buying some food at the local supermarket. There she gets a nice surprise by meeting Emily Reed. Emily’s son Ben seems fascinated by Kit’s coat. Kit is fascinated by Emily but she’s not sure if Emily […]

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Movie Review: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella Starring Brandy Norwood and Paolo Montalban

Movie Review: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella Starring Brandy Norwood and Paolo Montalbanby Keira G

I love Cinderella. I don’t really know anybody who doesn’t adore this type of character. Her story is one of rags to riches; poor in money but rich in love. Take her story, a timeless classic, and add Rodgers and Hammerstein to the mix and you have a hit musical. I love all versions of […]

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