Excerpt: The Midwife’s Moon by Leona Bushman

Excerpt: The Midwife's Moon by Leona Bushmanby Guest Blogger

Blurb: An ex-lover on trial, life as a newly formed werewolf, and a passion kindled; what’s a girl to do? Released from depraved control of a psychotic lupa, free to find his mate, and a passion kindled; what’s a man to do? Lisa Sanchez is having a bad couple of years. She was betrayed by […]

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Giveaway: Harlequin Men in Uniform

Giveaway: Harlequin Men in Uniformby Guest Blogger

Maverick Sheriff by Delores Fossen Delores Fossen kicks off her new series, Sweetwater Ranch, with a Texas lawman, a beautiful DA…and the child they’ll risk everything to protect.  Saving a little boy’s life reopens painful wounds for Texas sheriff Cooper McKinnon. This could be his son, whose loss has haunted him for two years. But […]

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Dating the Classics

Dating the Classicsby Guest Blogger

From Shakespeare and Dickens, to the Bronte sisters and Austen, there are some pretty amazing, quirky and strong characters among the classics novels. Here at http://www.lovestruck.com, we thought we’d take a look at how the iconic characters from our favourite books would have faired in the dating world today. Mr Darcy – Pride & Prejudice (Jane […]

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Writing and a Writer’s Superstitions

Writing and a Writer's Superstitionsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by A.J. Llewellyn, author of ‘Ailani This is a subject I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. I am perhaps, an overly superstitious person, but I am almost obsessive when it comes to my superstitions as an author. I grew up in Australia to Greek parents. My father was from the country in […]

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Review: Better Date Than Never by Susan Hatler

Review: Better Date Than Never by Susan Hatlerby Keira G

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Boxed Set (Books 1 – 6) All Books are written are in the first person. Book One:  Love at First Date Ellen is trying to find love that will end in marriage.  In doing a favor for a friend, she has to make an emergency trip.  It’s a story where you […]

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Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willig

Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willigby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Make sure to read the Prologue because it prepares the reader for the first chapter. Sally Fitzhugh is at an evening soirée and she has an interesting discussion with friends.  Lucien, the Duke of Belliston, has a late night visitor and they have an interesting discussion – there’s no way you […]

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Audio Review: A Passionate Affair with a Total Stranger by Lucy Robinson

Audio Review: A Passionate Affair with a Total Stranger by Lucy Robinsonby Keira G

Summary: Charley Lambert wants the perfect life and thinks she has the perfect career. Which is great for her because she is a workaholic who lusts for her boss. He’s hot, they click, and he’s a damn good flirt. But it’s been seven years! So when she breaks her leg, finds out her boss is […]

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Awkward Moments in Writing

Awkward Moments in Writingby Guest Blogger

My name is Ember Leigh, and even though I write erotic romance and love it, I’ll be the first to admit it can be a little awkward sometimes. My current release Carlos and Casey features two ex-lovers seeing each other for the first time after four years. The short story features a very uncomfortable, awkward […]

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