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Writing Tips with Franny Armstrong

Writing Tips with Franny Armstrongby Guest Blogger

I’m author Franny Armstrong, ParaNovelGirl. Para stands for paranormal, as in psychic abilities, Novel…well, it speaks for itself. As for Girl, I decided that even though I’m a woman, girl sounds so much better. There, now you know my secret. lol I’ve learned a TON over the past twelve years as a professional writer. The […]

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Review: Bought for Revenge by Sarah Mallory

Review: Bought for Revenge by Sarah Malloryby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Captain Lucas Blackstone has, unlike many of his men he served with returned from the battle of Waterloo unscathed. By coming back, he hopes to renovate what was once his family’s mansion, but seeing it in its current state causes him concern. Debutante Annabelle Havenham’s father has to settle with […]

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Writing Sensuality into a Story

Writing Sensuality into a Storyby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mary Sullivan, author of No Ordinary Home I’m so happy to be here! Thank you loveromancepassion for having me. I want to talk today about raising the sensual stakes in a novel without littering the book with endless love scenes. To my mind, it’s important to have the characters yearn for each […]

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Review: Twisted (Eternal Guardians, Book 7) by Elisabeth Naughton

Review: Twisted (Eternal Guardians, Book 7) by Elisabeth Naughtonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Cynna is a spectator of an interesting fight.  Nick is fighting for his survival without losing who he is.  Almost right away this author shows how ugly the beast of sexual and mental abuse is.  I found that even though this is part of a series, you could read this book […]

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Review: In Your Dreams (Blue Heron, Book 4) by Kristan Higgins

Review: In Your Dreams (Blue Heron, Book 4) by Kristan Higginsby Keira

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Emmaline Neal is a police officer in Manningsport New York.  She has an extracurricular activity that most women don’t do.  Jack Holland puts on a brave face but he has some personal demons he has to deal with.  Right from the start this author will have you laughing and if you’re […]

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Audio Review: Surrender by Amanda Quick

Audio Review: Surrender by Amanda Quickby Keira

Hero: Lucas Colebrook, the new Earl of Stonevale, needs an heiress to finance the repairs of his crumbling estate and projects to revitalize the lands. He goes to his former love, the perfect paragon of society, Jessica (I can’t recall her last name.) She presents him with two choices – a young woman just out […]

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Review: The Escape (Survivor’s Club, Book 3) by Mary Balogh

Review: The Escape (Survivor's Club, Book 3) by Mary Baloghby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Sir Benedict Harper, a former soldier who has survived the Napoleonic wars wants to return home to get some kind of support and companionship. He could meet any woman, but Samantha Mc Kay is aided by Benedict who believes she must leave her oppressive in-laws. Benedict gets her safely to […]

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Audio Review: The Duke’s Deceit by Sherrill Bodine

Audio Review: The Duke’s Deceit by Sherrill Bodineby Keira

Hero: Richard, the Duke of Avalon, knows he’s made a terrible mistake. His fiancé is a horribly vain and self-centered chit, more concerned with appearances than him. When he makes a decision to travel right before the wedding to visit a philosophy professor in Scotland, she informs him that if he does not return with […]

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