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Review: Snowball in Hell by Josh Lanyon

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Snowball in Hell was previously published in I’ll Be Dead For Christmas, Partners in Crime #2. Consistent. That’s the word I would choose…

Review: Cowboy Trouble by Joanne Kennedy

Joanne Kennedy’s debut novel will put the honky tonk back into your life. Pull up a stool in the Roundup and have Crystal Hayes pour you a beer…

Audio Review: Bridget Jones’s Diary: Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding

There was a different reader for this book. It’s something that bugs me when it comes to series and sequels. Same reader please! Tracie Bennett was okay part…

Review: Saving Grace by Norah Wilson

by Karin of Savvy Thinker, guest reviewer Saving Grace by Norah Wilson is another perfect book from this author. Guarding Suzannah is the other one of hers that…

Audio Review: Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding

This is the first time I read the books. I admit I am a bad girl and watched the movies first. That said, I really liked the reader,…

Review: This Time for Keeps by Jenna Mills

Jenna Mills tackles some very hard issues in This Time for Keeps. A miscarriage tore the hero and heroine apart and annihilated their marriage two years prior to…

Review: Ghost of a Chance by Nina Bruhns

Hurray a ghost romance! Double hurray there’s pirates! Oh I was so excited to start this novel and it was a thrilling and sexy story. The first sexual…

Review: The Greek’s Virgin by Trish Morey

I would say for about ninety percent of this book I thought it was excellent. Perfect execution, I liked the characters, I was involved in the revenge trope,…

Review: Someone You Know by Gary Zebrun

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer FYI – This is a suspense thriller with a romantic element, not a romantic suspense. Romance plays a part in the story as…

Review: Farm Fatale by Wendy Holden

Farm Fatale is a chick-lit novel set in the British countryside where two London couples relocate in an attempt to find more to life. One couple is that…

Review: Exclusively Yours by Shannon Stacy

Exclusively Yours is about reunited lovers. They are thrown together again when Keri Daniel’s boss finds out that famous reclusive author Joe Kowalski was her high school sweetheart…

Review: Some Nerve by Jane Heller

By: Cara Lynn, guest reviewer Some Nerve by Jane Heller promised to be an interesting book, but it turned out to be less than I had hoped for….

Review: A Capitol Affair by Jamaica Layne

By: Sasha Muradali, guest reviewer Jamaica Layne’s “A Capitol Affair” is a underdeveloped, ghastly excuse for erotic literature that glamorizes sloppy, whorish women as independent, strong and calculated….

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