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Tropical Island + Fashion Show + Mayhem = Total Fun Read

Guest blog by Avery Flynn, author of This Year’s Black One of the questions most often asked about Killer Style, my fashion based romantic suspense series, is why…

Review: From Dirt to Diamonds by Julia James

Hero: Angelos Petrakos lives for revenge. The elegant woman before him is a fraud. He knows her true identity as a smartass street-wise witch. She stole from him…

Review: Kissing Under the Mistletoe (The Sullivans, Book 10) by Bella Andre

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story starts with the matriarch, Mary, decorating the Christmas tree with treasured ornaments. Then she starts to reminisce about the beginning of the…

Review: Dead is the New Black by Christine DeMaio-Rice

Reviewed by Karin Laura Carnegie is in love with her boss. The only problem is: he is gay. Or is he? Laura is a pattern maker; her boss…

Review: Misfortune Cookie by Michele Gorman

Misfortune Cookie is the sequel to Single in the City. At the end of Single in the City, Hannah was invited out to Hong Kong to be with…

Review: Moonglow by Charlie Romo

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Most of us would love to live our dreams, but other things tend to get in the way. Not so for Rena Hilst, she…

Review: Desert Warrior by Nalini Singh

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is the second story that is in the double book (“Lord of the Abyss”) by Nalini Singh.  You will not be disappointed if you…

Review: A Night of Scandal by Sarah Morgan

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…

Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery

I had some issues with Cruz Rodriguez, the hero of the story. First, he’s paying his nasty evil father blackmail money like a little kid with a secret…

Review: Love at First Flight by Marie Force

Based on the back copy, I was fairly certain that at best this book was going to be disappointing. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The novel while…

Review: Bella and the Merciless Sheikh by Sarah Morgan

I just finished reading this amazing Sheikh category romance by Sarah Morgan. Oh my goodness, this is a book to glom! There’s so much to love about the…

Review: Single in the City by Michele Gorman

Hannah Cumming finds herself in London, living the life of an ex-patriot a few months after making a spontaneous decision to change her life which felt like it…

Review: Call Me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber

Call Me Mrs. Miracle is a light-hearted Christmas romance that features a young boy, his aunt, the son and heir to a department franchise, and an angel. Emily…

Review: Love Me by Bella Andre

Luke Carson is a workaholic. He is constantly pushing himself to work more, do more, and keep longer hours. It was okay when he was younger, but he’s…

Review: Once Upon a Threesome: An Erotic Anthology of Historical Ménage-à-Trois Edited by Lori Perkins

by Susan S., guest reviewer Be forewarned, reading Once Upon a Threesome will leave you with a permanent afterglow. And the heat level’s equivalent to biting into a…

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