Survival

Review: Handcuffed By Her Hero (W.I.L.D., Book 2) by Angel Payne

Review: Handcuffed By Her Hero (W.I.L.D., Book 2) by Angel Payneby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Please make sure that you read the Dedication – Angel mentions some worthy military causes. I have to say that if you love this series, what better way to honor the author than to make a small donation in her name to one of the causes she mentions. Sergeant Zeke Hayes […]

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Review: Jake (Wyoming Sky, Book 3) by R.C. Ryan

Review: Jake (Wyoming Sky, Book 3) by R.C. Ryanby Keira

Hero: As a kid, Jake Conway wanted to be a veterinarian. He was always good with animals, especially those in need of serious tender-loving care. If it was wild, even better. That hasn’t changed as an adult and nobody is more wild or in need of TLC than the new neighbor next door! Heroine: Meg […]

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My Writing Process

My Writing Processby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Kristin Miller, author of Gone with the Wolf First, I have to say thank you for having me on your lovely blog today! I get asked a lot what my writing process is like and where I write, so I thought I’d take some time to break that down. As for my […]

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Review: Saved by His Submissive (The W.I.L.D. Boys Of Special Forces, Book 1) by Angel Payne

Review: Saved by His Submissive (The W.I.L.D. Boys Of Special Forces, Book 1)  by Angel Payneby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Please make sure that you read the Dedication – Angel lets you know about what happens with the proceeds from the sale of this book. Garrett Hawkins and Sage Weston seem to be a very sexual couple. But, then Angel gives the reader a surprise – it caught my attention. It […]

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Review: Waking Up Immortal (Universal Security, Book 1) by Rachel Carrington

Review: Waking Up Immortal (Universal Security, Book 1) by Rachel Carringtonby Keira

Hero: Kier is part-man-part-machine and is the head warden for the most dangerous prison in the galaxy. One particular inmate is a huge problem and despite all efforts to isolate the man and contain his powers, the inmate keeps progressing forward a master scheme to get revenge and gain his freedom. So when the inmate’s […]

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Review: Highlander Most Wanted (The Montgomerys and Armstrongs, Book 2) by Maya Banks

Review: Highlander Most Wanted (The Montgomerys and Armstrongs, Book 2) by Maya Banksby Keira

Heroine: Genevieve McInnes has been held captive at McHugh Keep for over a year. Her family believes she is dead and she prefers it that way because of the atrocities she’s been forced to endure at the hands of the laird’s son and his men. She hasn’t a hope to escape her situation until she […]

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Audio Review: Royal Seduction (The Royal Princes of Ruthenia, Book 1) by Jennifer Blake

Audio Review: Royal Seduction (The Royal Princes of Ruthenia, Book 1) by Jennifer Blakeby Keira

Hero: Prince Rolfe of Ruthenia, is ruthless in his pursuit of clearing his name and tracking down the traitor who murdered his older brother. Though he’s seen his brother’s mistress across ballrooms in Europe, he’s never gotten close enough to get a real good look. When he finds Angeline Fortin at a ball in Louisiana, […]

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Review: Eviction Notice by Robyn Wyrick

Review: Eviction Notice by Robyn Wyrickby Karin

Reviewed by Karin I thoroughly enjoyed Eviction Notice. I didn’t want it to end, so instead of blitzing through it, I tried to savor it. The author has a wonderful imagination, and the book flows well. I was given a copy to review, but that has not influenced my feelings for the book. The book […]

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