inheritance

Review: The Black Sheep’s Inheritance (Dynasties: The Lassiters, Book 1) by Maureen Child

Review: The Black Sheep’s Inheritance (Dynasties: The Lassiters, Book 1) by Maureen Childby Keira

Heroine: Colleen Falkner receives an unexpected legacy from her client J.D. Lassiter in his will. Three million dollars is more than enough to help her achieve her dreams and fulfill her mother’s too. Colleen wants to be a nurse practitioner for the remote mountain area in Wyoming around Cheyenne. The money will more than enable […]

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Review: Romance Abroad by Annie Seaton

Review: Romance Abroad by Annie Seatonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Please make sure to read the letter from the author. She reminds us that sometimes we forget that authors started out as readers just like us. She also reminds us how diverse other countries are – which is something I tend to forget. I also love to find out that I […]

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Review: Highland Hearts by Hannah Howell

Review: Highland Hearts by Hannah Howellby Keira

I had a hard time setting Highland Hearts aside to get some work done once I started it. I ended staying up late last night to finish it. This story is exciting and thrilling and you’ll be sure to love it even if Highlander romance is not your cup of tea. Contessa Delgado’s journey to […]

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Review: Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howell

Review: Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howellby Keira

Beauty and the Beast by Hannah Howell is not a spectacular read. It is however a pretty solid read. I found several segments to be unnecessary and jumpy and predictable in others. This Highlander romance contains all the elements of the sub-genre including bride stealing, thwarted love, revenge plotting, and battle. Thayer Saiturn is known […]

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Review: Thief of Dreams by Mary Balogh

Review: Thief of Dreams by Mary Baloghby Keira

Mary Balogh’s Thief of Dreams was a read I couldn’t quite tell if I liked until the end. The ending for me made the whole book worthwhile. I won’t spoil it for those that wish to read it, but I will tell you what made me kind of iffy on the novel. First, it was […]

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Fantasy with a Dash of Romance

Fantasy with a Dash of Romanceby Keira

“Every age embraces the vampire it needs,” said Mike Deloney. Read on here. The Top 3 Young Adult Books From 2008: in no particular order… Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer (vamps), Brisingr by Christopher Paolini (dragons), Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling (wizards). What this means: While it’s nearly impossible to be more […]

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To Do List: Save the World, Win a Contemporary

To Do List: Save the World, Win a Contemporaryby Keira

Sarah from Smart Bitches and Jane from Dear Author are co-hosting another contest. The prizes are pretty sweet and well worth the time to get involved. First things first, what contemporary romance started this contest? The answer to that is Victoria Dahl’s debut novel Talk Me Down. The heroine in this novel, Molly Jenkins, is […]

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Review: The Perils of Pursuing a Prince by Julia London

Review: The Perils of Pursuing a Prince by Julia Londonby Keira

Marcia is the first person to respond to the $10 Gift Card Contest! Her review for us this week by Julia London and looks to be a devilishly wild ride across England. The story mixes modern language with historical settings which might turn you off reading, but the the thrill behind the tale should hook […]

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