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Beauty and the Best Man (The Lassiters, Book 0.5) by by Maureen Child

Summary: Matt Hollis would never let a woman get between him and his first mistress, his career. Except there was one once that wanted to commit and he…

Review: Fired by Her Fling by Christy McKellen

Hero: Tristan Bamfield arrives in London to settle a personnel dispute at his father’s radio station. Cleaning up messes for his dad is something Tristan is used to,…

Review: Tempted by the Billionaire Tycoon (Billionaire Romance, Book 2) by Jennifer St. George

Summary: Nic Capitini is about to take his luxury spa resort company public. He needs the launch to be successful not just for business but because he plans…

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…

Get into Bed with Lauren Layne (Author Interview)

Keira: Only With You features an enemies-to-lovers trope. What is your favorite aspect of enemies-to-lovers plots? Lauren Layne: From the moment I discovered romantic comedies, enemies-to-lovers became a…

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: Seducing the Playboy (Hot Nights, Book 2) by Amanda Usen

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds I received a copy of this book from the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated in…

Review: A Venetian Affair by Dana Mitchell

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Helen Stoddart is a singer who has caught a gentleman’s attention. Gabriel Venier has come to listen to opera at a Venetian café. He…

Review: Hunk for the Holidays by Katie Lane

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Cassandra McPherson’s father, Al, is founder and president of M & M Construction. They are having a company Christmas party. Cassie isn’t happy about…

Review: Doukakis’s Apprentice by Sarah Morgan

The title and blurb for this book are misleading because Polly Prince isn’t Damon Doukakis’s apprentice, though he is the boss and she winds up working for him….

Review: The Billionaire Boss’ Innocent Bride by Lindsay Armstrong

Heroine: 21 year old Alex Hill works as an interpreter. Between 17 and 21 she lived in a convent after her parents died because the mother superior was…

Review: To Marry for Duty (The Husband Fund, Book 3) by Rebecca Winters

This is the last book in the The Husband Fund trilogy. Heroine: Piper Duchess is the last remaining single Duchess triplet and she’s feeling it. At the advice…

Review: Happy Ever After (Bride Quartet, Book 4) by Nora Roberts

Narrated by: Angela Dawe. The narrator sounded like Parker, but overall she bored me. I continued to listen because it was easier once I had it to listen…

Review: Parker’s Price by Ann Bruce

A handsome stranger rescues Parker Quinn from her troublesome ex-boyfriend Tyler Moore during a Manhattan based date auction for charity. He’s gorgeous, witty, and seemingly perfect… that is…

Review: Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa Kleypas

I am a big fan of Lisa Kleypas. I love her historicals. I heard about her contemporaries. I wanted to give them a try, but I was afraid…

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