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Self-publishing: Have a Game Plan

Self-publishing: Have a Game Planby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by K. Victoria Chase, author of Alejandro When I was ready to publish my fifth novel, I knew I had to do it myself. There are a host of reasons why authors should self-publish, but many still believe it’s an impossible undertaking. Let me make a molehill out of that mountain. As with […]

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Review: O, Come by Bridget Midway

Review: O, Come by Bridget Midwayby Sandra Scholes

Review by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Christmas is a time for joy, fun and pleasure – it is also a time for seeing your family, but for Cynda Richmond it’s a time for going to a Village Resort in Colorado run by her family. She did have other plans to go to Greece, but has something […]

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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: The Bride of Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 3) by Marta Acosta

Review: The Bride of Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 3) by Marta Acostaby Keira G

In the third installment of the Casa Dracula series, Milagro finds out that marrying into a vampire family isn’t nearly as glamorous or easy as one might think. The Council has a bunch of hoops she has to jump through and the more she learns about them the less appealing it becomes and the more […]

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Review: Haunted Honeymoon (Casa Dracula Book 4) by Marta Acosta

Review: Haunted Honeymoon (Casa Dracula Book 4) by Marta Acostaby Keira G

Head’s up there are some spoilers in this review. Ye be warned. In the final installment of the Casa Dracula series, Milagro must make the toughest choice of all and that’s following her heart. She’s with Ian currently, but every time she thinks of Oswald, her heart aches. The idea of leaving Ian though causing […]

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Review: Happy Hour at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 1) by Marta Acosta

Review: Happy Hour at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 1) by Marta Acostaby Keira G

In the first installment of Casa Dracula, Milagro De Los Santos, Miracle of the Saints, reluctantly goes to her college boyfriend’s party celebrating his huge success as a newly published author. She thinks his novel is garbage, but the critics love it. She also thinks he’s a superficial stuck-up snob and isn’t proven wrong. At […]

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Review: Midnight Brunch (Casa Dracula Book 2) by Marta Acosta

Review: Midnight Brunch (Casa Dracula Book 2) by Marta Acostaby Keira G

In the second installment of the Casa Dracula series, Milagro meets many more vampires as they come to celebrate the naming ceremony of Sam and Winnie’s baby, an event she just so happens to be excluded from which irks her to no end. Why must Oswald and the Grants always keep her out of the […]

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Review: Dangerous by Diana Palmer

Review: Dangerous by Diana Palmerby Keira G

You can tell why Diana Palmer is counted as one of North America’s top 10 romance writers. It takes all her considerable skill to turn her tragic hero, Kilraven, into a man ready for love and romance, which she does with magnificent aplomb. When his wife and child were brutally murdered seven years ago, FBI […]

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