Tag: betrayal

Review: The Laird’s Choice (Lairds of the Loch, Book 1) by Amanda Scott

Hero: Magnus Galbraith escapes captivity after putting together the plot to assassinate King James at the hands his captor’s allies. He will warn the king, claim his freedom,…

Review: Siren’s Call by Devyn Quinn

by Susan S., guest reviewer A mystical tale of magick-wielding Mers, a lost civilization, and an evil queen hell-bent on destruction; escapism at its finest! Siren’s Call is…

Review: Dead Again by Tracy Cooper-Posey

by Susan S., guest reviewer Dead Again is a high adrenaline read. Get ready to run because when the line between right and wrong blurs-you won’t know who…

Review: Too Wicked To Kiss by Erica Ridley

by Susan S., Guest Reviewer “Huzzah” for this Kensington Zebra debut author! Erica Ridley’s Too Wicked To Kiss is a titillating whodunit set in a London castle. There’s…

Review: Caressed By Moonlight by Amanda J. Greene

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Let me cut to the chase…SMACK! Did you hear that? That is the sound of Amanda J. Greene knocking it out of the…

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: Deadly Vows by Brenda Joyce

I saw this on Net Galley and immediately gravitated toward it because of the plotline. Deadly Vows is book 9 in The Deadly Series. Some of you might…

Review: Embracing Midnight by Devyn Quinn

By Susan S., guest reviewer Today is a Double Dose of Devyn Day! Back to back reviews! Embracing Midnight is Devyn at her best. A sinful, sizzling “fast-paced”…

Review: Dark Passion by Sara Reinke

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer As many fans of the series will be reeling from the ending of the second novel; Rene’s handing over Brandon to the Brethren…

Review: The Dark Desires of the Druids II: Sex and Subterfuge by Isabel Roman

by Susan S., guest reviewer Sex and Subterfuge is a compelling novella with likeable characters, palpable emotions, and a great plot. This is book two in Roman’s- The…

Review: Wish for the Moon by Sandra Jones

by Susan Sigler, guest reviewer Wish for the Moon is a beautiful story with elements comparable to Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe, complete with medieval knights and tournaments. Jones’s…

Review: The Highlander’s Sword by Amanda Forester

by Susan S., guest reviewer Heroine, Aila Graham, has lived a pious and sheltered life at Dundaff castle; in Scotland. She’s preparing to take her vows as an…

Review: Almost Home by Pam Jenoff

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Almost Home is a beautifully, captivating read, with plot twists galore and a who done it feel until the very end! Jordan Weiss…

Review: Three Little Secrets by Liz Carlyle

Merrick and Maddie were young, impulsive, and madly in love with each other. A wild dash across England through Scotland to Gretna Green ends in marriage and betrayal….

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