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Review: No Man’s Bride by Shana Galen

Review: No Man's Bride by Shana Galenby Keira G

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 to this tale. Treated abysmally all her life, Catherine has determined she will never marry, never put herself in the power of another man. Catherine’s sister Elizabeth […]

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Review: Destiny’s Jewel by Rachel Kenley

Review: Destiny's Jewel by Rachel Kenleyby Keira G

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 as a protagonist in Destiny’s Jewel was definitely a bit of naughty fun. Rebecca Rogers, who narrated Maestro’s Butterfly, narrates Destiny’s Jewel and does another amazing job! […]

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

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

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 scene (not widely know to humans to exist). She visits vampire clubs. Tori brings her gun into the bathroom with her when she showers. Tori even resists […]

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Review: The Perfect Wife by Victoria Alexander

Review: The Perfect Wife by Victoria Alexanderby Keira G

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 in the novel. The main couple is Sabrina Winfield and Nicholas, Earl of Wyldewood. The other couples are Sabrina and Nicholas’ offspring from their first marriage, and […]

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Review: Desperate Duchesses by Eloisa James

Review: Desperate Duchesses by Eloisa Jamesby Keira G

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 think poorly despite all the book’s promising potential. The writing style was overly choppy and scenes jumped very helter-skelter throughout making the book a chore instead of […]

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Review: A Capitol Affair by Jamaica Layne

Review: A Capitol Affair by Jamaica Layneby Sasha Muradali

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. As a person who rarely reads romance, let alone erotica-romance, I was unimpressed and, at times, disgusted. I initially thought this would be the story to bring […]

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