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Review: The Reluctant Elf by Michele Gorman

Review: The Reluctant Elf by Michele Gormanby Keira

Heroine: Lottie and her daughter, Mabel, are planning to visit Aunt Kate this Christmas because Aunt Kate is starting a bed and breakfast (B&B) business. When Kate is hospitalized, Lottie and Mabel leave a day early for their Christmas vacation. The B&B is in dire straights, so are Aunt Kate’s finances, and the help just […]

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Audio Review: Lady Caroline and the Egotistical Earl by Terry Spear

Audio Review: Lady Caroline and the Egotistical Earl by Terry Spearby Keira

Heroine: Lady Caroline has aided her mother in managing the estates after her father’s death. All was well until knights in the earl’s colors started to terrorize the people and kill livestock. When her mother seeks to speak with the earl, a simple request for assistance turns into something else. Hero: Lord John Talbot is […]

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Review: Smoking Ruin by D.R. Martin

Review: Smoking Ruin by D.R. Martinby Karin

Reviewed by Karin This book was quite a read and quite different. I liked it a lot. It is not a typical romantic suspense. It is higher on the suspense level and the who-dun-it is hidden until the last pages. I guessed the right character(s) fairly early on, but I didn’t guess the whole of […]

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Review: Love Like the Movies by Victoria Van Tiem

Review: Love Like the Movies by Victoria Van Tiemby Keira

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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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: Revealing Us (Inside Out Trilogy, Book 3) by Lisa Renee Jones

Review: Revealing Us (Inside Out Trilogy, Book 3) by Lisa Renee Jonesby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This book is told in the first person. This third book starts off with us getting a glimpse at some more of Rebecca Mason’s lost journals. This is a set of books that must be read in order. If you want to fall in love with Lisa’s characters, you must be […]

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Review: If I Were You (Inside Out Trilogy, Book 1) by Lisa Renee Jones

Review: If I Were You (Inside Out Trilogy, Book 1) by Lisa Renee Jonesby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This book is told in the first person. This book starts with a temptation that Sara McMillan could not resist. And one temptation that is her friend Ella’s obsession is a current reality show and it makes me wonder what I’ve been missing. One character, Rebecca has written her thoughts in […]

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Review: The Beauty Within by Marguerite Kaye

Review: The Beauty Within by Marguerite Kayeby Sandra Scholes

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 wonders why women of a certain age throw themselves at him, and although others who have commissioned paintings from him think him as an amazing artist, he […]

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