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Review: How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less (Tricks of the Ton, Book 3) by Elizabeth Michels

Review: How to Lose a Lord in 10 Days or Less (Tricks of the Ton, Book 3) by Elizabeth Michelsby Keira G

Hero: Andrew Clifton is Lord Amberstall. On his return to London society, he realizes he is being followed and takes measures to evade his pursuers. At first it seems like a successful attempt to escape… but then his horse nearly lands on a young woman and he gets thrown. Heroine: Katie Moore used to love […]

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Review: When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa James

Review: When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa Jamesby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: These days kissing a man isn’t anything to write home about, but back in Regency times, merely touching a man meant ruin for the lady in question? In When Beauty Tamed the Beast: A Regency Tale, Linnet Berry Thrynne has been caught kissing a prince of all things, and the […]

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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 G

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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Review: Until There Was You by Kristan Higgins

Review: Until There Was You by Kristan Higginsby Keira G

Heroine: (Cordelia) Posey Osterhagen might be the plain adopted daughter, but she’s well-loved both at work, at home, and by her Little Sister (from the youth mentoring organization). If only that translated into her love life, but the boyfriend she’s got doesn’t want to go to the next level, preferring to have sex dates instead […]

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Review: Lethal by Sandra Brown

Review: Lethal by Sandra Brownby Karin

Reviewed by Karin of Savvythinker Sandra Brown has a prolific imagination, and the good thing is that every book seems fresh, no re-runs. How she does it is anyone’s guess. Lethal is no exception. I chose this book, given to me by LRP to review. I generally like Sandra Brown’s books. I just don’t want […]

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Review: Healing Luke by Beth Cornelison

Review: Healing Luke by Beth Cornelisonby Keira G

Healing Luke is a modern day retelling of the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast. It’s quick and lighthearted with a few gems revealed towards the end on love and relationships. Luke Morgan was on a boat when it blew up leaving him with burns, one eye, and no thumb on one hand. He […]

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Review: Gallant Waif by Anne Gracie

Review: Gallant Waif by Anne Gracieby Keira G

Story: Lady Cahill is Jack Carstairs’ grandmother and is determined to see her moping scarred and wounded grandson back on his feet and back in the market for marriage. Just because his father disowned him, and his fiancée dumps him doesn’t mean he can turn his sister away from his door and refuse to see […]

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Review: The Lion’s Lady by Julie Garwood

Review: The Lion’s Lady by Julie Garwoodby Keira G

I took great pleasure in reading this novel. It wasn’t a typical romance though it held many of the typical pieces you would find in a romance. Atypical you ask? Yes! The heroine for instance was raised by the Dakota, or Native American Indians. She had to return to England to pursue the rest of […]

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