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Audio Review: Midsummer Magic by Catherine Coulter

Audio Review: Midsummer Magic by Catherine Coulterby Keira G

Hero: Philip Hawsbury is no longer the second son. When his older brother died, he became the next Earl of Rothermere. Now his father is on his deathbed and Philip must fulfill a longstanding promise his father made to impoverished Alexander Kilbracken, the Scottish Earl of Ruthven. He must marry one of the daughters – […]

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Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery

Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Malleryby Keira G

I had some issues with Cruz Rodriguez, the hero of the story. First, he’s paying his nasty evil father blackmail money like a little kid with a secret when he’s supposed to be extremely powerful and self-confident now. Second, and more importantly he eschews all contact with his daughter, Kendra. He clearly doesn’t want to […]

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Review: How to Marry a Rake by Deb Marlowe

Review: How to Marry a Rake by Deb Marloweby Keira G

How To Marry a Rake is a spin-off from The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor. Back story: Mae loved Stephen and followed after him as often as she could. He never pushed her away, reveling in her attention. Then she manipulates him into a kiss and he tramples on her infatuation with a sharp rejection. The […]

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Review: The Chase by Erin McCarthy

Review: The Chase by Erin McCarthyby Carla F.

by Carla F., guest reviewer I have a confession to make. Despite having no interest in sports except for the occasional tennis match, and no interest in cars except their ability to get me from Point A to Point B, I started watching NASCAR this year. This is entirely the fault of Erin McCarthy and […]

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Review: Bella and the Merciless Sheikh by Sarah Morgan

Review: Bella and the Merciless Sheikh by Sarah Morganby Keira G

I just finished reading this amazing Sheikh category romance by Sarah Morgan. Oh my goodness, this is a book to glom! There’s so much to love about the book… The Heroine: Bella Balfour has the public image of a bad girl. Her recent media explosion landed her smack dab in the desert for a forced […]

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Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Natasha Oakley

Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Natasha Oakleyby Keira G

My only complaint is that this novel isn’t longer! I feel like this was a good start and now the author should flush it out with more details, more scenes, more, more, more. The ending was much too rushed to wrap everything up to my satisfaction. I felt like I read half a book only […]

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Review: The Indy Man by Janet Dailey

Review: The Indy Man by Janet Daileyby Keira G

This wasn’t a bad book per se but it wasn’t all that interesting either. It’s not an average read, more of a ho-hum read. A good time filler, but nothing spectacular. Now that the dithering it out of the way… I’ll tell you more about what is actually in the book. The hero, Mitch Braden, […]

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Review: Taken by the Highest Bidder by Jane Porter (no spoilers)

Review: Taken by the Highest Bidder by Jane Porter (no spoilers)by Cara Lynn

By: Cara Lynn, guest reviewer This one had a few twists and turns I didn’t see coming, and it was more believable. The background of the leading characters unfolds throughout the book, and some of it you don’t find out until mid-point. Samantha van Bergen is in a disastrous marriage, mothering a step-daughter that she […]

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