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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How to Write a Book in Five Days

How to Write a Book in Five Daysby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Amber Page, author of All’s Fair in Lust & War Impossible, you say? Not at all. Insane, yes. But not impossible. I did it…and the manuscript sold (no one was more surprised than me). Of course, in my case, there were extenuating circumstances. I entered my first chapter in a contest put […]

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What’s a Good Way to Write?

What's a Good Way to Write?by Guest Blogger

Hi! I’m Crystal Perkins. My good friend, Tera Lynn Childs and I are taking over the blog today as part of our Sassy and Sexy Romance Tour! Tera is the “Sassy” part of our equation. Her City Chicks books feature behind closed door, or in the case of Trying Texas, behind closed bushes action. I’m […]

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My writing space. (Well – spaces.)

My writing space. (Well – spaces.)by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Lisa A Adams, author of Fire on Ice Through the course of several book releases, I usually get the same questions from different blog hosts. One common one, that I usually skip, is “What does your writing space look like?” So, this post… this blog… you will see my writing space, and see […]

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Spotlight: The Lover’s Game by J.C. Reed

Spotlight: The Lover's Game by J.C. Reedby Guest Blogger

The Lover’s Game by J.C. Reed Genre: Mature New Adult/ Adult Contemporary Romance Recommended for ages 18 and up. 270pp When love is a game… After having her heart broken, Brooke tries to rebuild her life and closes herself off from the one man she loved deeply. When she meets Grayson, a photographer, she has no […]

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Review: Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie London

Review: Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie Londonby Keira G

Hero: Grant Farley injured his hamstring on the field and must regain his flexibility quickly in order to play. He signs up for ballet lessons because he’s desperate for a “quick fix.” What he doesn’t expect is to find himself very attracted to his private tutor. Tweaking her tutu is just the kind of fun […]

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