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Get into Bed with Kelsey Browning (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Kelsey Browning (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: What’s the best way to keep a secret… secret? Kelsey Browning: Hmm…this is a hard one for me because I’m pretty much an unfiltered, open book. LOL. But I think the best way to keep a secret is to realize what’s at stake for the person who has the secret. And the other way would be […]

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Get into Bed with Pam Jenoff (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Pam Jenoff (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: If you could go back in time and give advice to your 12 year old self what would it be? Pam Jenoff: I don’t think I would give her advice. My 12 year old self if a lot like me now (at 41!) – impatient and high-strung, trying to do everything at once. I’ve […]

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Review: The French Maid by Sabrina Jeffries

Review: The French Maid by Sabrina Jeffriesby Keira G

Heroine: Lady Eleanor Langston doesn’t know how to get her husband to notice her. He’s always busy with politics and while their live is steady and on the surface both seem content, it lacks passion Eleanor truly craves. Hero: Henry Langston needed a good hostess when he wedded Eleanor. They make love once a week […]

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Review: Compromising Positions by Erin Delany and Jenny Gardiner

Review: Compromising Positions by Erin Delany and Jenny Gardiner by Karin

Reviewed by Karin It’s a toss up whether this is a story to which hot sex can be added, or if it is only about hot sex and the story is just an add-on. Mercedes gets her dream job, but she quickly realizes it comes with the Washington cliché, when her immediate boss (the press […]

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Review: Compromised by Kate Noble

Review: Compromised by Kate Nobleby Keira G

One word: charming. Two words: engaging hilarity. Three words: sparkling/sparking chemistry. Most decidedly, Compromised, is a great way to kick off your summer reading. Kate Noble engages readers with narrative that is tongue-in-cheek. Part of the narrative reads third person omniscient and part is third person lead-centric as we are use to in romance. It […]

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Review: The Convenient Marriage by Georgette Heyer

Review: The Convenient Marriage by Georgette Heyerby Keira G

This novel is definitely one of my overall favorites of Heyer’s so far. It’s easy to read and follow despite the language and research. I loved all the side characters and Rule most of all. The leads were very well matched for each other. Lizzie Winwood, the Beauty, is engaged to the Earl of Rule, […]

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Review: Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherry

Review: Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherryby Keira G

Today I am reviewing Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherry. This is my first ARC (advance review copy; official book release is September 30, 2008) and I eagerly read the whole novel in two days! Knight’s Fork is just one novel in the futuristic set series about the Great Djinn race. Knight’s Fork contains all the […]

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Review: SEALed with a Promise by Mary Margret Daughtridge

Review: SEALed with a Promise by Mary Margret Daughtridgeby Keira G

J.C Roat and Rick Bremseth, both former SEALs who helped with the research for SEALed with a Promise, might tease Daughtridge about writing mush, but it is mush I definitely like. SEALed is very hero-centric. I closed this book with an urge to call up my best friend to get her dad to find me […]

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