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Review: Breaking Nova (Nova, Book 1) by Jessica Sorensen

Review: Breaking Nova (Nova, Book 1) by Jessica Sorensenby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: We all have dreams, but for Nova Reed, they can be all you have. Nova wants to be a famous drummer and get wedded to her lover, but now she sees this as an impossible dream which turns into nothing more than a nightmare – that is until she meets Quinton […]

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Review: Striking a Chord (Backstage Pass, Book 3) by Dani Wade

Review: Striking a Chord (Backstage Pass, Book 3) by Dani Wadeby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Sean changed his life for the better after ignoring his friend’s father who said he shouldn’t decide to make his mark as a musician – as he has got this far as a US rock star, he only needs to find the woman of his dreams, but Meghan is the […]

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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: 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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Get into Bed with Pamela Sherwood (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Pamela Sherwood (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: What do you feel is the most important aspect to a successful romance novel? Pamela Sherwood: The emotional connection between the hero and heroine! You have to feel that their minds and hearts are in sync, not just their bodies. Keira: How is Sophie, that heroine of A Song at Twilight, the toast of […]

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Time Travel: Impossible, Not to Love!

Time Travel: Impossible, Not to Love!by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Eryn LaPlant Rask, author of The Blue Lute Time travel – yep, it’s impossible but who doesn’t love a good era-jumping story? Throw in some smoochin’ and lovin’ and you have a more than fantastic romance. We all know we can’t fall in love with knights of old, be ravished by eleventh […]

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Review: Eighty Days Yellow by Vina Jackson

Review: Eighty Days Yellow by Vina Jacksonby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: For Summer Zahova her relationship with her current boyfriend is proving strained, and she concentrates on her music to keep her content at least. She plays her violin on the London underground, but when it gets broken by drunken football fans passing by, Summer thinks it will take her ages […]

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Review: A Passion for Pleasure (Daring Hearts, Book 2) by Nina Rowan

Review: A Passion for Pleasure (Daring Hearts, Book 2) by Nina Rowanby Keira

Hero: Sebastian Hall, former rake and musician, is a second son with two options available to him regarding his future. The first has been decreed by his father and the second is a favor for his brother. Since Sebastian refuses to marry and become a patent office clerk, he is now in pursuit of a […]

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