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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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Review: Sizzle by Katherine Garbera

Review: Sizzle by Katherine Garberaby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Listed as a scorching hot sexy read, Sizzle has bakery owner Staci Rowland trying to show she is the best chef around, but when Cajun chef Remy Cruzel takes her eye, anything could happen. Review: Staci bumps into Remy – literally and they don’t get off to a great start […]

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Cover Reveal and Excerpt: Ravenous by Eden Summers

Cover Reveal and Excerpt: Ravenous by Eden Summersby Keira G

Book Blurb She’s a small town caterer, he’s a big city chef, but they don’t need a kitchen to make things sizzle… Erin McDonald likes her simple life in her small town: no drama, no fuss, no uncertainty…until Jesse Hackett breezes back into town. Erin never quite got over how he left for the bright […]

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Review: Skinny Bitch in Love by Kim Barnouin

Review: Skinny Bitch in Love by Kim Barnouinby Patsy F

Reviewed by Patsy F. The “skinny bitch” is a typical, young, independent, confident woman. She is capable, caring and compassionate. She holds her “dream job” at a very high end vegan restaurant as sous chef and in the first chapter, she is tricked and not only loses her estimable position but loses the respect and […]

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Review: The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) by Suzanne Collins

Review: The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) by Suzanne Collinsby Keira G

Brief Overview: Roman  Gladiators + Lord of the Flies = The Hunger Games. Panem is a dystopian society that runs on suppression,  fear, and death matches. 13 Districts rebelled against the Capitol; the 13th was destroyed; the other 12 aggressively oppressed and subdued and forced to pay tribute each year for their rebellion. The tribute required […]

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Review: Hold Me If You Can by Stephanie Rowe

Review: Hold Me If You Can by Stephanie Roweby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Natalie Fleming was briefly murdered by a deedub. She also owns a boutique chocolate shop. But she has a challenge ahead – creating magical desserts overnight after having her shop looted. She goes into her walk-in freezer and meets her murderer. Boy, that’s one hell of a way to start your […]

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Review: The Night is Mine by M. L. Buchman

Review: The Night is Mine by M. L. Buchmanby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Impressive! M. L. Buchman delivers an action-packed novel that’ll leave adrenaline junkies smoking a well-satisfied cigar. The Night Is Mine contains military covert operations, chopper crashes, secret agents, murder plots, daring rescues, humor, and still…pulls off a touching love story. Where’s book two? Summary: The Night Stalkers Series, Book One Captain […]

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Why is it so Darn Hot When Commitment-Phobes Make the Commitment?

Why is it so Darn Hot When Commitment-Phobes Make the Commitment?by Guest Blogger

Guest post by Amanda Usen, author of Scrumptious Oh, boy. Back in the day, before I met my perfect husband, I never met a bad boy I didn’t want to…date. Emotionally unavailable men were my favorite flavor. The more distant the man, the more I wanted to stand beside him. It started in high school […]

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