Secret Baby

The Search for Fresh and Original

The Search for Fresh and Originalby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Dani Collins, author of Proof of Their Sin I’m still a relatively new author and this is my first organized blog tour. This post is my tenth on Proof Of Their Sin and I’ve written three books and two partials since it was accepted. I’ve been moving the writing of this blog […]

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Review: The Highest Stakes of All by Sara Craven

Review: The Highest Stakes of All by Sara Cravenby Keira G

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 for a way out of her father’s lifestyle (without having to go to her perfectly nice uncle) ever since a particularly bad incident when they were living […]

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Review: Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves

Review: Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Gravesby Aggie S.

Reviewed by Aggie S. “A good girl can be bad for one night… but can a bad boy be good for a lifetime…” Bernadette has a very interesting job being the bodyguard for one of Texas’s most eligible bachelors, Jeremy. She is also responsible for taking care of her mother, who tends to be forgetful […]

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My Favorite Tropes: Secret Baby!

My Favorite Tropes: Secret Baby!by Carla F.

Guest post by Carla F. Secret Baby! The phrase just screams for capitalization and an exclamation point. Of course, this plot is when a couple goes their separate ways without the hero knowing that the heroine is pregnant. (Sometimes the heroine doesn’t even know.) The couple could have been separated by war, controlling parents, a […]

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Review: Lucky in Love by Carolyn Brown

Review: Lucky in Love by Carolyn Brownby Keira G

Lucky in Love is a riot. Brown had fun putting phrases together that read like classic stereotypical western and modern feisty romance rolled into one. You’ll find expressions like: “my hide tacked to the smokehouse door,” “she belongs like a horse apple in a church social punch bowl,” and “heartache bigger than Dallas” to name […]

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Babies, Kids, and Adult Children: What’s your take?

Babies, Kids, and Adult Children: What's your take?by Keira G

Offspring in romance is one of those things that really get readers up in arms. We either love them or hate them. Few ride the middle and think they’re okay if the story warrants their appearance. In general I hate them. No, seriously, I do, despite that I’ve given a few of them 5 Stars. […]

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Review: Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid (Kellington Book One) by Maureen Driscoll

Review: Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid (Kellington Book One) by Maureen Driscollby Keira G

Story: Nurse Jane Wetherby and Lord Edward Kellington have a very brief and hot affair behind enemy lines at the Battle of Waterloo. Jane convinces Edward (Ned) of her widowhood when in fact she’s an unmarried virgin – talk about your virginity surprise! Of course the dunderhead ruins it all by proposing they continue the […]

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Review: Hunt Her Down by Roxanne St. Claire

Review: Hunt Her Down by Roxanne St. Claireby Keira G

Remember when I ran into Roxanne St. Claire at the bookstore? I asked her what her favorite books were that she wrote and Hunt Her Down was one of them. I was not disappointed in fact my socks were knocked off! I think I may just have to get back into reading lots and lots […]

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