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Review: Bought for Revenge by Sarah Mallory

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…

Review: Thornbrook Park (Thornbrook Park, Book 1) by Sherri Browning

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: After the death of her husband, Eve Kendal has only one option when she is disowned by her parents for marrying beneath her….

Review: You Belong to My Heart by Nan Ryan

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The setting is Civil War-era Tennessee. Mary Ellen Preble goes down to the river but gets a surprise when she gets there. Clayton Knight…

Review: The Officer and the Secret (Semper Fi, Book 3) by Jeanette Murray

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is the third book in Jeanette’s Semper Fi series. The books in this series are stand alones but if you love military romances…

Review: Anything for You (Coming Home, Book 1.5) by Jessica Scott

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Anything for you starts out with comic overtones which I liked, and continued to surprise me over the course of the story. As many…

Review: Because of You (Coming Home, Book 1) by Jessica Scott

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Book covers can be a great source of titillation, and this one isn’t half bad either as the sight of a hot guy in…

Review: Until There Was You (Coming Home, Book 2) by Jessica Scott

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Can two people who are opposites really find attraction? This is the general idea of Until There Was You. Jessica Scott had her debut…

Get into Bed with Samantha Grace (Author Interview 2)

Keira: What little white lie inspired Miss Lavigne’s Little White Lie? Samantha Grace: The words “little white lie” in the title are meant a bit tongue-in-cheek. What seems…

Heroes I Like to Read Are Not Pampered

Guest blog by Jessica Scott, author of Until There Was You Thanks so much for having me here at Love Romance Passion. Lately I’ve been thinking about the…

Review: The Officer Says “I Do” by Jeanette Murray

Hero: Structure. Duty. Routine. Soldier. Captain Timothy O’Shay unwinds more than he plans to while on pre-deployment in Vegas. When a gorgeous woman eyes him across a dealer’s…

Review: The Rogue Pirate’s Bride by Shana Galen

Reviewed by Susan S. Climb aboard The Shadow! And set sail upon the high seas with Shana Galen’s new novel, The Rogue Pirate’s Bride. There’s plenty of adventure…

Choosing Heroes and Heroines

Guest Post by M.L. Buchman, author of The Night Is Mine Greetings Ms. Keira, thanks for having me aboard! Not only is choosing your hero and heroine the…

Review: The Night is Mine by M. L. Buchman

Reviewed by Susan S. Impressive! M. L. Buchman delivers an action-packed novel that’ll leave adrenaline junkies smoking a well-satisfied cigar. The Night Is Mine contains military covert operations,…

Review: Encompassed (Immortal Series, Book 4) by Em Petrova

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It is interesting the amount of cross genre fiction there is out for readers to have a look at. Encompassed, book 4 is Em…

Review: Fortune’s Son by Emery Lee

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Hero, Philip Drake, is the proverbial black sheep of his family. And an embarrassing disappointment to his father, the Earl of Hastings. Philip…

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