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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: Never Seduce a Scot (The Montgomerys & Armstrongs, Book 1) by Maya Banks

Review: Never Seduce a Scot (The Montgomerys & Armstrongs, Book 1) by Maya Banksby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Graeme Montgomery is to marry a woman per his king’s decree. Eveline Armstrong can tell her father Tavis is very upset. She’s speechless. When Graeme comes to wed Eveline, I would have loved to have been present. I can almost imagine the pageantry. I love how Maya gives us a character […]

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My Favorite Tropes: Physical Disabilities

My Favorite Tropes: Physical Disabilitiesby Carla F.

Guest Post by Carla F. I love stories in which the hero or heroine have a physical disability (blindness, deafness, unable to walk, etc.). The H/H has an additional barrier (a large one) to reaching their one true love. Sometimes he/she will use their impairment as shield to keep the love of their life away […]

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Review: Three Nights with a Scoundrel by Tessa Dare

Review: Three Nights with a Scoundrel by Tessa Dareby Keira G

Three Nights with a Scoundrel is the final installment in the Stud Club trilogy by Tessa Dare. Of the three men making up this exclusive and revolutionary club, I was uncertain if Julian Bellamy had what it took to be a hero because his character was fairly off-putting in the first two books. He had […]

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Review: The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsale

Review: The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsaleby Keira G

The Prince of Midnight was recommended to me by Anime June while guest blogging about My (Not-So-Secret) Favorite Romance Character Types because the hero was damaged and delicious. I believe this romance also fulfills my lust of big age differences. I can’t remember how old the heroine was (17 maybe?) but the hero’s retired at […]

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Review: Dark Hunger by Sara Reinke

Review: Dark Hunger by Sara Reinkeby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer As the first novel, Dark Thirst had concentrated on Brandon’s life story and struggles with his own vampire self, Dark Hunger is about Tessa Noble, who wants to find safety with her brother Brandon, escaping the cruelty of the Brethren. As Brandon and she had left their family home, they […]

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Review: Dark Thirst by Sara Reinke

Review: Dark Thirst by Sara Reinkeby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Kentucky raised Brandon Noble lived among his family, his brother, Daniel, and his sister, always feeling as though he was the outcast; but being a part of a normal family was what he longed for, strived for, unfortunately his is a clan of cruel vampires known as the Brethren whose […]

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Review: A Courtesan’s Scandal by Julia London

Review: A Courtesan’s Scandal by Julia Londonby Keira G

Considering how courtesan romances usually go it’s easy to think Kate Bergeron is not really a courtesan, but she is in fact one. While I very much like that she really is a courtesan, I wasn’t a big fan that Kate was victim of rape and lusty determined privileged men (her first benefactor and the […]

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