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Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island, Book 2) by Susan Mallery

 Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island, Book 2) by Susan Malleryby Keira

This book is not an anthology, but there are three stories intertwined in it. Three Sisters is the nickname for three Victorian houses on a cul-de-sac and with a name like that, it is easy to see that the three women who own it will become as “sisters” in their friendships to one another. Romantic […]

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Review: Grave Intentions by Lori Sjoberg

Review: Grave Intentions by Lori Sjobergby Lynn Reynolds

Review by Lynn Reynolds David Anderson works for Death. He’s on his way to an appointment with his newest trainee, Adam Javorski. Adam doesn’t quite understand what the job entails but David is there to guide him. Adam seems to be the voice of compassion and David seems to be very cynical. I think Adam […]

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Review: Touch If You Dare (Soulfire Series, Book #2) by Stephanie Rowe

Review: Touch If You Dare (Soulfire Series, Book #2) by Stephanie Roweby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Do you love the self loathing tortured alpha-male warrior that finds his salvation, as well as his soft ooey-gooey center, in a strong, loyal woman? Then what are you waiting for, go read this book! If you need more convincing then read on… Rowe has a unique voice I found […]

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Review: The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter

Review: The Goddess Test by Aimee Carterby Keira

Background: Greek mythology is reinvented and romanticized in Aimee Carter’s start to a new young adult trilogy. What if the Hades and Persephone story wasn’t as it appeared to history? Instead of stealing her from her mother, they had an arranged marriage. Hades loved Persephone, but Persephone didn’t love Hades. She falls in love with […]

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Review: Kiss at Your Own Risk by Stephanie Rowe

Review: Kiss at Your Own Risk by Stephanie Roweby Keira

The Story: Blaine Underhill is a tortured hero like no other. He’s spent a century and a half in the hands of Death’s bat-crazy psychotic grandmother, Angelica. The woman enjoys watching her prisoners torture each other and building them up to be superior warriors while at the same time emasculating the men by cursing them […]

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Review: This Time for Keeps by Jenna Mills

Review: This Time for Keeps by Jenna Millsby Keira

Jenna Mills tackles some very hard issues in This Time for Keeps. A miscarriage tore the hero and heroine apart and annihilated their marriage two years prior to the start of the novel. Neither one has really dealt with the fallout of their lost child. At the opening of the book the estranged couple is […]

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