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Review: Compromising the Marquess (The Forsters, Book 1) by Wendy Soliman

Review: Compromising the Marquess (The Forsters, Book 1) by Wendy Solimanby Keira

Heroine: Leah Elliot and her sister are near destitution and live by the grace their graceless aunt and well-meaning but easily subdued uncle. They lost everything when their father died in a fire. His precious and expensive book collection went up in smoke. When Leah’s sister got sick, Leah turned to a family friend and […]

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Review: A Dash of Scandal by Amelia Grey

Review: A Dash of Scandal by Amelia Greyby Susan S.

(Reissue) Originally published in 2002 by Jove Books, The Berkley Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Putnam, Inc., New York My Dear Readers, A mind changed against its will is of the same opinion still. Which is why Millicent Blair, heroine, refuses to believe Lord Dunraven’s rakish days are a thing of the past. Chandler […]

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Review: Compromised by Kate Noble

Review: Compromised by Kate Nobleby Keira

One word: charming. Two words: engaging hilarity. Three words: sparkling/sparking chemistry. Most decidedly, Compromised, is a great way to kick off your summer reading. Kate Noble engages readers with narrative that is tongue-in-cheek. Part of the narrative reads third person omniscient and part is third person lead-centric as we are use to in romance. It […]

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Review: Courting Miss Hattie by Pamela Morsi

Review: Courting Miss Hattie by Pamela Morsiby Keira

First off, thank you to Katiebabs for recommending this book in her post, Those Wonderful Comfort Reads. It’s taken me a while to acquire my own copy, but boy oh boy was it worth the wait. This novel is definitely one of those where you wonder why you never heard of it sooner! The biggest […]

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Review: Too Wicked To Kiss by Erica Ridley

Review: Too Wicked To Kiss by Erica Ridleyby Susan S.

by Susan S., Guest Reviewer “Huzzah” for this Kensington Zebra debut author! Erica Ridley’s Too Wicked To Kiss is a titillating whodunit set in a London castle. There’s unlit corridors, secret passageways, stolen kisses, and a hero in cravats and breeches, “Oh my!” I may not wield powers of clairvoyance like (Evangeline) Ridley’s heroine, but […]

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Review: A Tale of Two Lovers by Maya Rodale

Review: A Tale of Two Lovers by Maya Rodaleby Keira

A Tale of Two Lovers is the second Writing Girls novel by Maya Rodale. Don’t you just love the cover? The Situation: A pair of lovers is caught in a compromising situation. Soon all of London knows. There’s just one problem – it wasn’t quite what it looked like! The Heroine: Lady Julianna Somerset is […]

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Review: Too Sinful to Deny by Erica Ridley

Review: Too Sinful to Deny by Erica Ridleyby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer There are three things guaranteed to bring me pleasure: vanilla-flavored coffees, Godiva, and a great read. This was a great read! Background: Miss Susan Stanton made her debut as a secondary character in Too Wicked To Kiss; where she befriends Evangeline, the heroine from book one. The sequel stands alone, […]

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Ten Reasons Why Women Love Romance Novels

Ten Reasons Why Women Love Romance Novelsby Keira

5 Reasons why the unenlightened think we love romance novels: 10. We’re bored and have nothing better to do. This explains why a good portion of us read in lines, just before the lights go off in a theater, between meetings, before class, and during our commute… because we have time to spare. 09. We […]

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