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Review: The Love List by Deb Marlowe

Review: The Love List by Deb Marloweby Keira G

Hero: The Duke of Aldmere knows his brother’s style of writing anywhere. He cannot believe his younger brother would get mixed up in writing the salacious Harris List of Covent Garden Ladies. He’s determined to stop this nonsense at once, even if he’s reluctant to help Miss Brynne Wilmott. Heroine: Brynne Wilmott escaped the monstrous […]

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Review: Bite Me Your Grace by Brooklyn Ann

Review: Bite Me Your Grace by Brooklyn Annby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story takes place in 1821, London. Angelica Winthrop’s mother threw away her favorite book. If you’re interested, the book actually exists and you can find information at A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. She’s an independent woman during a period in time where most women did not act like […]

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Review: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

Review: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulryby Keira G

Heroine: Bronte Talbott unashamedly follows the tabloids chronicling the lives of British royals. Just because Prince Charming would be nice, doesn’t mean Bronte shuts the door on other hopefuls. Unfortunately for her, she gets burned when her Texan sweetie dumps her flat after she moves from NYC to Chicago. Ouch. Pride keeps her from returning […]

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Review: When You Give a Duke a Diamond (Jewels of the Ton, Book 1) by Shana Galen

Review: When You Give a Duke a Diamond (Jewels of the Ton, Book 1) by Shana Galenby Keira G

Hero: William, the Duke of Pelham requires an ordered, structured, planned life that runs punctually, right down to the very minute one begins to eat breakfast and the minute one finishes. So how did he earn the name Dangerous Duke? All William will reveal is that he does not want or need anything or anyone […]

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Review: A Duke of Her Own by Eloisa James

Review: A Duke of Her Own by Eloisa Jamesby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. If asked to list my 10 favorite romance authors, I doubt that I would put Eloisa James on the list. That doesn’t mean that I don’t enjoy her books. It is just that I feel some trepidation before I start reading one because Ms. James writes smart, complex stories with interwoven […]

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Review: Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybee

Review: Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybeeby Keira G

Hero: Blake Harrison needs a wife, yesterday, in order to complete the terms of the will of his late father. They never saw eye to eye and this is just one more thing he’s being manipulated to do, but Blake has a plan. He’s going to hire himself a bride because the last thing he […]

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Review: Bewitching by Jill Barnett

Review: Bewitching by Jill Barnettby Keira G

There are a bunch of novels by Jill Barnett that are being released specifically for ebook format this year and Bewitching was one of them. I found out later after accepting a review copy that Bewitching is considered one of the all time best romances written and I can certainly see why. It’s the story […]

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Review: How to Engage an Earl by Kathryn Caskie

Review: How to Engage an Earl by Kathryn Caskieby Keira G

Kathryn Caskie spins a delightful tale in How to Engage an Earl. My only complaint is the hero’s name. I mean really, Laird? I can’t decide if I am supposed to pronounce it like Lard, Lord, or L’AIR-ed. Apparently, Laird is a Scottish name, if that helps anyone else figure out how to say it. […]

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