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Review: Owned (The Billionaire Banker, Book 1) by Georgia Le Carre

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Millionaire Banker Blake Law Barrington sets his eyes on the incredibly gorgeous Lana Bloom and cannot help what he thinks about her. He…

Review: The Bad Baron’s Daughter by Laura London

Heroine: Katie Kendricks’ father has disappeared. He’s done it a time or two before but has never been gone for so long. It wouldn’t be a problem, except…

Audio Review: Thunder and Roses (Fallen Angels, Book 1) by Mary Jo Putney

Heroine: Methodist schoolteacher Clare Morgan is not noble, but she has noble ideals. Her village is in trouble and she’s determined to do her late father’s memory proud…

Review: From Dirt to Diamonds by Julia James

Hero: Angelos Petrakos lives for revenge. The elegant woman before him is a fraud. He knows her true identity as a smartass street-wise witch. She stole from him…

Review: Darius (Lonely Lords, Book 1) by Grace Burrowes

Quick Synopsis: Virgin wife needs to be knocked up in order to keep inheritance when elderly husband dies. Stud in need of money accepts old man’s contract to…

Review: Barefoot in the Rain (Barefoot Bay, Book 2) by Roxanne St. Claire

Reviewed by Cara Lynn Barefoot in the Rain is the story of Jocelyn Bloom, who is a life coach to the stars. It also continues the story of…

Review: When You Give a Duke a Diamond (Jewels of the Ton, Book 1) by Shana Galen

Hero: William, the Duke of Pelham requires an ordered, structured, planned life that runs punctually, right down to the very minute one begins to eat breakfast and the…

How Does One Become a Courtesan?

Guest Post by Gabrielle Kimm, author of The Courtesan’s Lover First of all, thank you so much for inviting me onto your blog! Your question – ‘how does…

Review: The Billionaire Boss’ Innocent Bride by Lindsay Armstrong

Heroine: 21 year old Alex Hill works as an interpreter. Between 17 and 21 she lived in a convent after her parents died because the mother superior was…

Review: The Highest Stakes of All by Sara Craven

Heroine: Joanna Veron is somewhere around 19. In her father’s world she plays at being a high maintenance vapid beauty, but inside she’s really just a sweetheart looking…

Review: The Forbidden Wife by Sharon Kendrick

Before you start: Have you read Jane Eyre? Did you like it? Well The Forbidden Wife followed Jane Eyre to a Tee, which is great if you love…

Review: Fortune’s Son by Emery Lee

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Hero, Philip Drake, is the proverbial black sheep of his family. And an embarrassing disappointment to his father, the Earl of Hastings. Philip…

Review: Miss Foster’s Folly by Alice Gaines

This Victorian romance is the very opposite of sexual restraint. If you’re in the mood for something hot and spicy with a wide streak of naughtiness you’ll want…

Review: The Price of Desire by Leda Swann

by Mandy Dougherty, guest reviewer In a world where all is proper and sexual desires are too taboo to be uttered, a relationship forged on all that society…

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…

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