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Review: Liar, Liar, Hearts on Fire by Jennifer Zane

Review: Liar, Liar, Hearts on Fire by Jennifer Zaneby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This was a cute and funny book, with a cast of zany and odd-ball characters, including the owner of an adult bookstore who gives out (needed) advice on lovemaking and a bit of meddling. It has a little more story than some books that exist only to tie in the sex […]

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Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxter

Review: Lingerie and Felons by Ros Baxterby Keira G

Summary: Lola is always wearing the wrong underwear at the worse times… like upon arrest. Wait! Let’s back up a minute! Lola’s parents repeatedly told her she could make a difference growing-up. Lola wants that. She wants to have purpose and be a force of change… The trouble for Lola is that she’s not sure […]

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How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novel

How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novelby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by John Blumenthal, co-author of Passing Wind of Love Inspired by the gazillions of dollars people are making in the romance novel genre, I decided to write one with a friend, Barry Golson. Granted, the genre is dominated by women, but so what? How hard could it be? Besides, Barry and I weren’t […]

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Review: Sophie’s Turn (Rock Star Romance, Book 1) by Nicky Wells

Review: Sophie’s Turn (Rock Star Romance, Book 1) by Nicky Wellsby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is written in the first person. Sophie Penhalligan gets a marriage proposal while on a carousel. But Sophie has a problem, she is already engaged. But this is the Prologue and we need to go back in time. Sophie is on her way to a date with Tim Renfrew. […]

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Romance for Realists

Romance for Realistsby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Nicole Chardenet, author of Sumer Lovin’ Dementri’s eyes raked Ranciella’s semi-naked form and heaving bosom. At least she thought his eyes raked her with wanton lust, it was hard to tell behind those Trailer Park Boys goggles he wore. Sweat broke out in the scant stubble on his pointy chin. “You, uh–” […]

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Review: The Wicked Wedding of Miss Ellie Vyne (Sydney Dovedale, Book 2) by Jayne Fresina

Review: The Wicked Wedding of Miss Ellie Vyne (Sydney Dovedale, Book 2) by Jayne Fresinaby Keira G

Hero: James Hartley is tracking down the man who stole a family heirloom right off the neck of his mistress. He knew better than to give her the jewels, she was not the mysterious woman he kissed at a costume ball. The only person he wants to find more than the Count de Bonneville is […]

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Review: Eviction Notice by Robyn Wyrick

Review: Eviction Notice by Robyn Wyrickby Karin

Reviewed by Karin I thoroughly enjoyed Eviction Notice. I didn’t want it to end, so instead of blitzing through it, I tried to savor it. The author has a wonderful imagination, and the book flows well. I was given a copy to review, but that has not influenced my feelings for the book. The book […]

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When a Romance Author Doesn’t Believe in Love…

When a Romance Author Doesn't Believe in Love...by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Robin Kaye, author of Call Me Wild I’m Jessica James but everyone calls me Jessie and I don’t believe in love. I sound like I belong at a twelve-step meeting, don’t I? Now, before you start booing me like a bunch of rabid romance fans, let me explain. I’ve never believed in […]

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