christmas romance

Review: The Reluctant Elf by Michele Gorman

Review: The Reluctant Elf by Michele Gormanby Keira

Heroine: Lottie and her daughter, Mabel, are planning to visit Aunt Kate this Christmas because Aunt Kate is starting a bed and breakfast (B&B) business. When Kate is hospitalized, Lottie and Mabel leave a day early for their Christmas vacation. The B&B is in dire straights, so are Aunt Kate’s finances, and the help just […]

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Review: What a Lady Needs for Christmas (MacGregors, Book 4) by Grace Burrowes

Review: What a Lady Needs for Christmas (MacGregors, Book 4) by Grace Burrowesby Keira

Heroine: Lady Joan Flynn flees her family’s estate ill prepared to join her extended family for the holidays. Her maid deserts her halfway there and she’s stuck at a train station with no help in sight. She’s not so much worried about getting to the party as she’s worried about not having a husband by […]

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Venice – It Surprised Me

Venice - It Surprised Meby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Karen Swan, author of Christmas at Tiffany’s When I think of this book, it’s this scene in Venice that I tend to think of. The sequence in Venice had come as a bit of a surprise to me when I was writing, to be honest, as the book is firmly and clearly […]

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Review: A Highland Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, Book 15) by Terry Spear

Review: A Highland Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, Book 15) by Terry Spearby Keira

Heroine: Calla Stewart is not walking but running away from the aisle. She has no interest in reconnecting with her ex-fiance and leader of the pack, Baird. She has a holiday party to plan at her friends the McNeils and Grants and is looking forward to getting away. Until Baird chases her from her car […]

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Review: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek, Book 5) by Brenda Novak

Review: Take Me Home for Christmas (Whiskey Creek, Book 5) by Brenda Novakby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sophie DeBussi seems to have a sorry existence with no means of escape. Ted Dixon knows Sophie personally from high school and what he describes is someone that very well may have been someone you went to school with. Their lives reconnect during a time in Sophie’s life when she can […]

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Audio Review: The Way You Look Tonight (The Sullivans, Book 9) by Bella Andra

Audio Review: The Way You Look Tonight (The Sullivans, Book 9) by Bella Andraby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Audible Audio Edition Version: Unabridged Listening Length: 7 hours, 3 minutes Narrated By: Eva Kaminsky Rafe Sullivan owns an investigation firm. Brooke Jansen makes sweets – I love her already (where’s smell-a-vision when you need it). Rafe and Brooke are old family friends. And our setting is a lake where they […]

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Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)

Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)by Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Title: The Perfect Wedding (2012) Run time: 82 min Genre: Comedy Director: Scott Gabriel Writers: Suzanne Brockmann, Ed Gaffney, Jason T. Gaffney Line-Up: Paul Fowler – Eric Aragon Gavin Greene – Jason T. Gaffney Alana Fowler – Apolonia Davalos Kirk Corbett – Brendan Griffin Vicki Carabella- Annie Kerins Zack Gastineau – […]

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Review: Kissing Under the Mistletoe (The Sullivans, Book 10) by Bella Andre

Review: Kissing Under the Mistletoe (The Sullivans, Book 10) by Bella Andreby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story starts with the matriarch, Mary, decorating the Christmas tree with treasured ornaments. Then she starts to reminisce about the beginning of the Sullivan family. Jack Sullivan is a man with a dream who needs a miracle. Then he sees Mary Ferrer. What I like about this story is that […]

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