Category: Politician

Get into Bed with Kelsey Browning (Author Interview)

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…

Get into Bed with Pam Jenoff (Author Interview)

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…

Review: The French Maid by Sabrina Jeffries

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…

Review: Compromising Positions by Erin Delany and Jenny Gardiner

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…

Review: Compromised by Kate Noble

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…

Review: The Convenient Marriage by Georgette Heyer

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…

Review: Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherry

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…

Review: SEALed with a Promise by Mary Margret Daughtridge

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…

Review: Scandal by Carolyn Jewel

How I felt about Scandal by Carolyn Jewel in 140 characters: @cjewel I just finished Scandal & it was completely wonderful. Thx for the past hours spent happily…

Review: No Man’s Bride by Shana Galen

This sweet and ultimately upbeat story has elements of abuse that form the background of the heroine. Catherine Fullbright, the eldest daughter of Edmund Fullbright, is the Cinderella…

Review: Destiny’s Jewel by Rachel Kenley

Have you ever read your name in a romance book? How about with different spelling? I rarely do as my name is fairly unique. Listening to my name…

Review: Blood and Sex Volume 1: Michael by Angela Cameron

Victoria (Tori) reminds me of Anita Blake. Here’s why: She’s known for always wearing a gun. Not to mention she’s a police officer with connections to the vampire…

Review: The Perfect Wife by Victoria Alexander

The Perfect Wife by Victoria Alexander follows not one but three couples on their journey to love. Luckily two are more peripheral and have overall less air time…

Review: Desperate Duchesses by Eloisa James

Desperate Duchesses is not one of Eloisa James’ best. I could barely focus in the beginning on all the name dropping and afterwards I was more inclined to…

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….

%d bloggers like this: