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Three Reasons Why Dating During the Regency Period is Like Dating Today – But Sexier

Three Reasons Why Dating During the Regency Period is Like Dating Today – But Sexierby Keira

One of the many reasons I like reading Regency romances, is how dating is portrayed. It’s courtly. Upon closer examination though, I find there isn’t that much difference between dating back then and dating today. It just sounds sexier. Here are three areas dating is the same, but where I still think Regency dating habits […]

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Save Money on Your Next Date Night

Save Money on Your Next Date Nightby Guest Blogger

Experts suggest going out on regular dates with your spouse to keep that spark alive and stay in touch emotionally. While this idea looks great on paper, it can also put your finances in a bind. Eating out is expensive, and even a simple trip to the movies can cost more than $40. However, there […]

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Kat Martin Talks Romance: What Makes the Perfect Date?

Kat Martin Talks Romance: What Makes the Perfect Date?by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Kat Martin, author of Against the Night Being a Romance writer, I ought to know a little on the subject, right? I thought it might be more fun to give you my idea of a not so perfect date, in fact a perfectly awful date, some I actually went on before I […]

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Review: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings by Jane Graves

Review: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings by Jane Gravesby Keira

Heroine: Alison Carter has dated every frog in the pond. When current boyfriend proposes a threesome instead of marriage she dumps him and hires herself a matchmaker. She wants to find someone to start a family with, who isn’t a creep, and likes her cats. If love entered the picture that would be great, but […]

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Review: Ex-Girlfriends United by Matt Dunn

Review: Ex-Girlfriends United by Matt Dunnby Karin

by Karin, guest reviewer from Savvythinker This book reunites us with the characters of the first book – Dan Davis and his friend Ed.  Whereas the first book was about Ed and his transformation, literally and physically, this book is about Dan. Dan is your caricature male chauvinist.  He beds them and leaves them.  He […]

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Behind SlateYourDate.com

Behind SlateYourDate.comby Guest Blogger

by Matt Dunn, guest blogger and author of Ex-Girlfriends United The inspiration for SlateYourDate.com was really quite straightforward. Nowadays, we live in a culture where every decision about anything we buy, every book we read, which hotel we stay at, or  even any restaurant we eat at is rarely made without checking out reviews on […]

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Saving the Soul of Love

Saving the Soul of Loveby Guest Blogger

by Mari Ruti, author of The Case for Falling in Love Saving the soul of love is, in a nutshell, the goal of my book. Our pragmatic culture tells us that there are ways to control and manipulate love to our satisfaction. Women in particular are conditioned to think that to make romance work, they […]

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Review: The Ex-Boyfriend’s Handbook by Matt Dunn

Review: The Ex-Boyfriend’s Handbook by Matt Dunnby Karin

by Karin, guest reviewer from Savvythinker “Eddie will do whatever it takes to be her Mr. Right.” This is a book I really enjoyed. I’ve not read anything else by Matt Dunn, but he has written other books, and I will certainly look into them. Full disclosure: I was given this book to review. It […]

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