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Audio Review: Sylvester by Georgette Heyer

Audio Review: Sylvester by Georgette Heyerby Keira

Heroine: Phoebe Marlow has a good head on her shoulders and sees the ton’s foibles for what they are. She’s also an aspiring writer who just finished penning a marvelous Gothic romance with cameos of different persons in the ton. She makes her bad guy the insufferable Duke of Salford and unwittingly creates his fictional […]

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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: A Passionate Affair with a Total Stranger by Lucy Robinson

Audio Review: A Passionate Affair with a Total Stranger by Lucy Robinsonby Keira

Summary: Charley Lambert wants the perfect life and thinks she has the perfect career. Which is great for her because she is a workaholic who lusts for her boss. He’s hot, they click, and he’s a damn good flirt. But it’s been seven years! So when she breaks her leg, finds out her boss is […]

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Audio Review: The Tattooed Duke (The Writing Girls, Book 3) by Maya Rodale

Audio Review: The Tattooed Duke (The Writing Girls, Book 3) by Maya Rodaleby Keira

Hero: Sebastian Digby, the Duke of Wycliff, is in need of a wealthy bride. His newly inherited dukedom is full of responsibilities and short on cash. All he wants to do is travel and discover Timbuktu. Unfortunately for him, all his dirty laundry is being aired by The London Weekly negating any chance he has […]

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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: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek, Book 5) by Brenda Novak

Review: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek, Book 5) by Brenda Novakby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sophie DeBussi seems to have a sorry existence with no means of escape. Ted Dixon knows Sophie personally from high school and what he describes is someone that very well may have been someone you went to school with. Their lives reconnect during a time in Sophie’s life when she can […]

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Review: Gabriel (Secrets and Sins Series, Book 1) by Naima Simone

Review: Gabriel (Secrets and Sins Series, Book 1) by Naima Simoneby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Gabriel Devlin is listening to Christmas music in his car. And then his life changed in an instant. Naima lets us know that this is a reoccurring dream. Leah Bannon is a good friend of Gabe’s and her day job is that of a private investigator. Then a mystery that hits […]

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Review: Bite Me Your Grace by Brooklyn Ann

Review: Bite Me Your Grace by Brooklyn Annby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story takes place in 1821, London. Angelica Winthrop’s mother threw away her favorite book. If you’re interested, the book actually exists and you can find information at A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. She’s an independent woman during a period in time where most women did not act like […]

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