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Review: The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend by Annabelle Costa

Summary: Claudia loves her boyfriend Adam and would love to marry him. Unfortunately, he’s not ready for the next step. He’s leery of commitment because he had been…

Review: The Beauty Within by Marguerite Kaye

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Considering he thought he was only as good as the subjects he painted, prominent artist, Giovanni di Matteo is a modest man and often…

Why Archaeology is Sexy!

Guest blog by Susanna Kearsley, author of The Shadowy Horses OK, I have to say that in my time as a museum worker I did mingle with some…

Review: Reluctant Protector (Protectors Series, Book 1) by Nana Malone

Reviewed by Karin of Savvy Thinker Cassie Reeser’s brother has engineered her to be a genetically altered person, and not only herself, but others also. She has been…

Review: The Legend of Michael by Lisa Renee Jones

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is the first book of the “Zodius” series. Cassandra Powell comes to work for her father and to evaluate some of the soldiers at…

Review: Persuade Me by Juliet Archer

Reviewed by Carla F. Persuasion is my favorite Jane Austen novel and so I grabbed this one as soon as I saw it. The appeal of the story…

Review: Falke’s Captive (Puma Nights, Book 2) by Madison Layle and Anna Leigh Keaton

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The book Falke’s Captive is the second story of the “Puma Nights” series. Main Characters:  Beth Coldwell is a graduate student looking for some big…

Review: The Storm that is Sterling by Lisa Renee Jones

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The reader first meets Rebecca Burns as a very studious high schooler. She’s so smart that she tutors during the summer. Sterling Jeter is…

Review: Haunted Honeymoon (Casa Dracula Book 4) by Marta Acosta

Head’s up there are some spoilers in this review. Ye be warned. In the final installment of the Casa Dracula series, Milagro must make the toughest choice of…

Review: Just One Taste by Louisa Edwards

Wes Murphy was the son of a conman and was raised to be one too. A con gone wrong when he was younger landed him in a halfway…

Review: Deep Disclosure by Dee Davis

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds We meet our heroine, Alexis after she survives a family tragedy. She is a teenager at the time doing what all teenagers do –…

Review: Seduced by the Wolf by Terry Spear

by Susan S., guest reviewer Get ready to run with the red wolves in Spear’s latest action-filled novel! Your heart will batter against your chest as a new…

Review: Starlight and Promises by Cat Lindler

Starlight and Promises in short, is fantastic. It has a feel of the older romances with the exotic locations and seafaring travel, but is fresh and fun. I…

Review: Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog

I’ve just watched Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog for my second time. I just love the musical numbers in this little 45 minute show. If you haven’t seen…

Review: Cost of Love by Drue Allen

by Karin of Savvy Thinker, guest reviewer. No spoiler. The Cost of Love, Drue Allen’s first book, is terrific!  I hope she has more up her sleeve. Genre:…

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