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Review: The Hero (Thunder Point, Book 3) by Robyn Carr

Review: The Hero (Thunder Point, Book 3) by Robyn Carrby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Devon McAllister is carrying her three-year-old daughter and then is lucky enough to catch a ride to Thunder Point. I hope if you’re reading this book that you’ve also read the other two in the series. You will continue getting to know about the town and some of its inhabitants. It […]

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Review: Extreme Measures by Rachel Carrington

Review: Extreme Measures by Rachel Carringtonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Stuart O’Malley and Arlin Murphy are found in a cell located at Attica Prison and are planning their escape. Matt Giles’ duty is to try to recapture them. Rachel also lets us know that he has a personal connection to the case. Erin Prescott is a waitress/owner of a coffee shop. […]

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Review: Yes by R. J. Lawrence

Review: Yes by R. J. Lawrenceby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Hannah is waiting for Ronnie to come in. Ronnie appears to be a very self-centered man. He also seems to be totally clueless where Hannah is concerned. Courtney is Hannah’s sister and they’re in Las Vegas together. Hannah goes to work with her sister and that’s where she meets Dominic Montero. […]

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Review: The Exceptions by David Cristofano

Review: The Exceptions by David Cristofanoby Karin

Reviewed by Karin The Exceptions by David Cristofano is the follow-up to The Girl She Used to Be, which was an Edgar Award-Nominated book. Either book stands alone. It’s rare for me to find books that I enjoyed so much — and also are different and unexpected. Not really a romance, but a romance. Not […]

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Review: The Girl She Used to Be by David Cristofano

Review: The Girl She Used to Be by David Cristofanoby Karin

Reviewed by Karin A different romance Not exactly a romance; almost a character study of the two main characters; yet a romance. This is a thinking man’s (or woman’s) romance. I have to admit I started with the last chapter, then read the next to last, etc. for a few chapters, then reread from the […]

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Review: Way Out of Line by Trish Jackson

Review: Way Out of Line by Trish Jacksonby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It’s what happens when two people are in love – age means nothing, but when one partner is underage, it tips the balance of what is considered right and wrong. Hal fell for Trent one balmy, heated summer, and the effects of that meeting last almost forever in his mind when […]

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Review: Murder, Mayhem & Mama by Christie Craig

Review: Murder, Mayhem & Mama by Christie Craigby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Calie McKay is in Hopeful, Texas. She’s a teacher and her mother recently passed away. Her boyfriend, Stan, isn’t very sympathetic. Detective Brit Lowell works in the Hopeful’s Homicide Division. He’s currently working the graveyard shift. One night Cali comes home and Stan’s not there. When she goes to sleep her […]

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Review: Sex, Lies, and Valentines by Tawny Weber

Review: Sex, Lies, and Valentines by Tawny Weberby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This is a Harlequin Blaze, a romantic suspense, higher on the romance than suspense. Gabriel Black is a consummate con artist, the son of an even better con artist. He left home and never looked back, working cons to better his father’s record. Then he is caught in a sting of […]

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