Tag: Ghost

Romance with a Dash of Horror

Thanks for having me on the blog today! My name is Dana Wright and I write romance with a twist of horror. Asylum is my first novella under…

Why Listening is Important

Guest post by L.M. Brown, author of Touch of a Ghost First of all, thank you for having me here today.  I’m L.M. Brown, a writer of MM…

Review: The Sherbrooke Bride (Bride Series, Book 1) by Catherine Coulter

Hero: Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, needs an heir and a bride. He secures the beautiful Melissande’s hand in marriage. Before they can wed he’s called away to…

Review: Revenge of the Barbary Ghost by Donna Lea Simpson

This story continues immediately after the events of Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark. Lady Anne Addison: Our plucky heroine isn’t sure she wants to wed…

Review: Demonically Tempted (Frostbite, Book 2) by Stacey Kennedy

Reviewed by Susan S. A riveting story that’s freaky-creepy good! I haven’t rooted this much for star-crossed lovers since reading Romeo and Juliet’s sonnets. Let’s hope that Kipp…

Review: Somewhere the Bells Ring by Beth Trissel

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes There are better reasons for being sent to a home away from bad influences, but for Bailey Randolph, Maple Hill is anything but what…

Review: Dreamscape by Rose Anderson

by Carla F., guest reviewer “He was part of my dream, of course – but then I was part of his dream too.” – Through the Looking-Glass by…

Review: The Return of Black Douglas by Elaine Coffman

by Aggie S., guest reviewer Time travel romance is not the same thing as sci-fi romance or sci-fi time travel. In The Return of Black Douglas, there is…

Movie Review: Just Like Heaven with Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo

One of my favorite movies is Just Like Heaven with Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. I first saw Mark in the romantic comedy of 13 Going On 30….

Review: Threesomes: An Erotic Anthology Edited by Lori Perkins

by Susan S., guest reviewer Twelve authors have delivered twelve sinful fantasies to tempt, tease, and triple-please! The anthologies I typically read have works written by three different…

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