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Review: Bedding the Wrong Brother (Bedding the Bachelors, Book 1) by Virna DePaul

Summary: Melina Parker has been dumped again for being the opposite of what a man desires in the bedroom. She doesn’t understand what she’s doing wrong. Enlisting the…

Review: Must Love Breeches (Must Love, Book 1) by Angela Quarles

Heroine: Isabelle Rochon thought this reenactment ball would be spectacular. She did the research, came dressed in a period-correct gown, and finds the evening less than enchanting. The…

Audio Review: Midsummer Magic by Catherine Coulter

Hero: Philip Hawsbury is no longer the second son. When his older brother died, he became the next Earl of Rothermere. Now his father is on his deathbed…

Audio Review: Her Secondhand Groom (The Grooms, Book 3) by Rose Gordon

Hero: Patrick Ramsey, needs a woman. She must like children, be good with children, and able to teach children. And Viscount Drakely will get what he needs –…

You Don’t Need Great Vision to Spot a Great Catch

I’ve always been a fan of bespectacled heroines and blind heroes. Their circumstances create instant empathy in me as a reader. In the historical genre, there is a…

Review: The Lady Most Willing (Lady Most, Book 2) by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway

What happened:  Laird Taran Ferguson and some of his clansmen kidnap four ladies, one by mistake, and carry them back to Finovair castle. Along the way the men…

Review: Maximum Witch by Jodi Redford

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Book Three in That Old Black Magic Series Maxwell Truitt (hero) is a shark-shifting sheriff. And for reasons unbeknownst to me, I want…

Review: Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas

Let me start off by saying Derek is one hot hero, he’s like number 11 on my top ten heroes list, just a hairsbreadth from being there. Derek…

Review: Love and Scandal by Donna Lea Simpson

A lady in Victorian times had little options when it came to acceptable jobs. Writing novels was simply not one of them and certainly not publishing them. That’s…

Review: Ripping the Bodice by Inara Lavey

Old School romance daydreams + embarrassing contemporary situations * 2 potential heroes = exponential fun. Inara Lavey writes loving parodies of old school romance for Cassandra to daydream….

Review: Sleepless at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro

You know how they say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, well I do. I picked up Jacquie D’Alessandro’s Sleepless at Midnight last fall because of…

Review: Too Sinful to Deny by Erica Ridley

by Susan S., guest reviewer There are three things guaranteed to bring me pleasure: vanilla-flavored coffees, Godiva, and a great read. This was a great read! Background: Miss…

Review: Love is Blind by Lynsay Sands

I just finished rereading Love Is Blind by Lynsay Sands today. It combines two of my favorite things to read in a romance novel. The hero is scarred…

Review: Savage Wrongs by Cassie Edwards

Forced by her father, Mariah has learned to live like a boy. She dresses like one and shoots like one, but it is not enough. Her father can…

Review: The Dangerous Viscount by Miranda Neville

Do you love hot virgin heroes? Yes? Me too! That’s just one of the reasons why I loved The Dangerous Viscount. He’s clueless and inexperienced. He grew up…

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