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Excerpt: Going Against Type by Sharon Black

BLURB: Some would say Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Regan has it all. Beautiful, smart, athletic and a great job working as a journalist – in the almost exclusively male sports…

Review: Liar, Liar, Hearts on Fire by Jennifer Zane

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This was a cute and funny book, with a cast of zany and odd-ball characters, including the owner of an adult bookstore who gives…

Review: Plain Jane (A House for the Season, Book 2) by M.C. Beaton

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Number 67 Clarges Street is a House for the Season, and at £80 for the whole year, some will see it as a…

Review: Romancing the Dead by Tate Halloway

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Garnet is planning a wedding with a vampire, but when he goes missing, she is left with Sebastian’s half-vampire / all attitude son,…

Review: Witches Anonymous by Misty Evans

by Susan S., guest reviewer A Tickle My Fantasy Story Witches Anonymous novella series: Book one Summary: Amy Evelyn Atwell, heroine, is adamant about turning over a new…

Review: Love and Freedom by Sue Moorcroft

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer An American abroad on a boat trip along Brighton’s sunny coast would be great, you would think there was time to make friends…

Review: Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog

I’ve just watched Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog for my second time. I just love the musical numbers in this little 45 minute show. If you haven’t seen…

Review: The Werewolf Upstairs by Ashlyn Chase

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Ashlyn captures her audience once again with her next installment in the paranormal romance series where Roz Wells, an Attorney takes an apartment…

Why I Read and Review Romance

by Lynn Spencer, guest blogger and contributor to All About Romance. Follow her on Twitter @LynnAAR. So, why romance? Unless you’ve been living in very deep cave somewhere,…

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