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Review: The Vampire Hunter (In the Company of Vampires, Book 2) by Michelle Hauf

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: It’s Kasper’s (Kaz) sixteenth birthday and his only present is a wild, fanged beast trying to kill him – in his panic, he…

Just Can’t Get Enough International Tycoons Giveaway!

Thank you Harlequin for this amazing giveaway! One winner from North America will win: Copy of The Sarantos Baby Bargain Copy of Sheikh’s Scandal Copy of Gambling with…

Review: Sizzle by Katherine Garbera

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Listed as a scorching hot sexy read, Sizzle has bakery owner Staci Rowland trying to show she is the best chef around, but…

Contemporary Romance

by Shelley Munro, guest blogger Thanks so much for having me to visit today. My name is Shelley Munro, and I write both contemporary and paranormal romance for…

How Tracy Wolff Picks a Setting for Her Stories

by Tracy Wolff, guest blogger and author of Unguarded and Beginning with Their Baby. I often get asked how do I pick a setting for my stories and…

How to Get a Harlequin Tycoon to Share His Feelings

Are you in love with an impossibly closed-minded and secretive millionaire? Are you incredibly frustrated with his lack of emotional disclosure? Follow the following 10 steps on the…

Review: Chase a Green Shadow by Anne Mather

First off I don’t get the title. I suppose I’m missing something, but nevertheless it’s very strange and I couldn’t spot a correlation to the story. This book…

Review: The Girl at Goldenhawk by Violet Winspear

I would never pick this book up in a secondhand bookstore because the title is strange and the cover is weirder. No wonder Harlequin puts the money and…

Applauding the Romance Publishers

by Susan Sigler, guest blogger I’d like to take a moment to applaud the following publishers. Not only do they publish the greatest books ever, but they offer…

Review: Acapulco Moonlight by Marjorie Lewty

This is an old Harlequin Presents novel that was given to me by a friend’s mom. It’s pretty decent, but nothing exceptional. The basic premise that keeps the…

Win a Copy of Harlequin’s More Than Words, Volume 6!

Many thanks to Harlequin and the promotion team responsible for this giveaway! The Prize: More Than Words, Volume 6 by Joan Johnston, Robyn Carr, Christina Skye, Rochelle Alers,…

Heart and Soul- Evolution of African American Romance

Black romance is a blooming section of romance industry and is still growing. Officially having its start in 1980 with Entwined Destines written by Rosalind Welles, black romance…

Review: Taken by the Highest Bidder by Jane Porter (no spoilers)

By: Cara Lynn, guest reviewer This one had a few twists and turns I didn’t see coming, and it was more believable. The background of the leading characters…

Review: Lord of la Pampa by Kay Thorpe

MOC + second suitor + jealousy = win! Or… maybe not. When a tour mixes up dates, Lian is stranded in Argentina with a minimum of Spanish. She…

Review: Working Man, Society Bride by Mary Nichols

I have to say I’m way impressed by Harlequin’s historical line. The covers on these romances are awesome and singularly stunning. Especially this one [WMSB]. I love how…

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