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Get into Bed with Dani Collins (Author Interview)

Keira: An Heir to Bind Them is a marriage of convenience plot — what do you love best about them? Dani Collins: I love the forced intimacy of…

Review: Come Home to Me (Whiskey Creek, Book 6) by Brenda Novak

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Aaron Amos and Presley Christensen are in a bookstore. They are reconnecting after she left the area for a couple of years. This is…

Review: You Belong to My Heart by Nan Ryan

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The setting is Civil War-era Tennessee. Mary Ellen Preble goes down to the river but gets a surprise when she gets there. Clayton Knight…

The Search for Fresh and Original

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…

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: Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves

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…

My Favorite Tropes: Secret Baby!

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…

Review: Lucky in Love by Carolyn Brown

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…

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

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…

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

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…

Review: Hunt Her Down by Roxanne St. Claire

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…

Review: Crimson Rapture by Jennifer Horsman

I first heard about Crimson Rapture from a HaBo post over at Smart Bitches: Trashy Books. I can’t remember now if this book was the actual book or…

Review: The Sheikh’s Innocent Bride by Lynne Graham

Prince Shahir bin Harith al-Assad spies Kirsten Ross outside his limo on the way to his holding Strathcraig Castle. He’s drawn to her immediately and considers pursuing her…

Review: The Sheikh’s Captive Bride by Susan Stephens

I found this book to be an absolutely awful read. It’s one of those romances that if your non-romance reading friend were to pick it up they could…

Review: The Italian’s Secret Child by Catherine Spencer

Matteo De Luca is one prideful, stubborn man. He was stubborn at twenty-five and he still is at thirty-five. He’s very wealthy and comes from a blueblood Italian…

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