The Arts

Review: Love Like the Movies by Victoria Van Tiem

Review: Love Like the Movies by Victoria Van Tiemby Keira G

Heroine: Kensington Shaw is always coming in second place in her family. Her parents, especially her mother, do not make her feel seen. She’s never quite good enough, even though she thinks she’s got a pretty good life. What really gets her? Her brother’s wife, Ren, who is always one-upping her. Kensi though, knows today […]

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Review: Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwell

Review: Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwellby Karin

Reviewed by Karin It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a book so much. It is laugh out loud funny. I really did laugh out loud. This is Maxwell’s first book, but I would definitely read another one, especially if it has the same voice as this one. The premise of this book sounds […]

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Review: When the Rogue Returns (The Duke’s Men, Book 2) by Sabrina Jeffries

Review: When the Rogue Returns (The Duke’s Men, Book 2) by Sabrina Jeffriesby Keira G

Hero: Victor Cale just recently learned of his wife’s whereabouts after she abandoned him and said their marriage was a mistake. She left him to face the consequences of the crime she and her family colluded to and executed so effortlessly under his nose. He plans to confront her and seek justice for all the […]

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Audio Review: Love in the Afternoon by Alison Packard

Audio Review: Love in the Afternoon by Alison Packardby Keira G

Hero: Sean Barrett is the sexiest soap star on TV. His father — an amazing actor in his own right — is embarrassed that Sean spent ten years of his life acting for a lowbrow soap, and tries to get him to audition for Hollywood hits. Sean refuses to use his father’s connections in the […]

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Review: Romance Abroad by Annie Seaton

Review: Romance Abroad by Annie Seatonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Please make sure to read the letter from the author. She reminds us that sometimes we forget that authors started out as readers just like us. She also reminds us how diverse other countries are – which is something I tend to forget. I also love to find out that I […]

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The Appeal of Romance Novels to the Committed and Not Dim-Witted

The Appeal of Romance Novels to the Committed and Not Dim-Wittedby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by T.D. Hassett, author of Loving Link I was recently reading the resurgence of the Quilliam study on the evils of romance novel reading. I admit it, as a fan of the genre and an author; I got pissed at her conclusions. For those of you who don’t follow research on romance novels […]

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Review: Sonora Sundown (Americana, Book 3) by Janet Dailey

Review: Sonora Sundown (Americana, Book 3) by Janet Daileyby Keira G

Hero: Jim Corbett is a famous movie star. His specialty is Westerns and he plays a fine cowboy on and off the silver screen. While filming he retreats to his ranch and on this particular night decided to camp out under the stars. Imagine his surprise and frustration when a young woman enters his camp. […]

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Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrook

Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrookby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Tricia Patten is having a party. Sarah Westlake and her boyfriend Dave Echols are the entertainment. If you want to be part of the party, put on some of your favorite music. You’ll find it to be very interesting. It had me thinking “Animal House” that includes have a senior hottie, […]

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