Tag: jealousy

Review: When the Rogue Returns (The Duke’s Men, Book 2) by Sabrina Jeffries

Hero: Victor Cale just recently learned of his wife’s whereabouts after she abandoned him and said their marriage was a mistake. She left him to face the consequences…

Review: The Secrets of a Lady (The Jordans, Book 1) by Jenna Petersen

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes In Regency times women never shined, or did anything out of the ordinary in society, but Audrey Jordan does, and she isn’t in the…

Review: Healing Luke by Beth Cornelison

Healing Luke is a modern day retelling of the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast. It’s quick and lighthearted with a few gems revealed towards the end…

Review: Texas Tangle by Leah Braemel

This contemporary erotica is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. It takes place in Texas and is about the coming together of a permanent threesome between…

Review: Too Sinful to Deny by Erica Ridley

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…

Review: Down on the Boardwalk by Suzanne Rock

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Gwen Anderson is a captive in a dangerous world when a rival werewolf gang has kidnapped her and thrown her into a cell….

Review: Mail Order Mix-Up by Pamela Toth

This is the first book, I believe, of a trilogy called Winchester Brides. The second book is Cattleman’s Honor and the last is Man Behind the Badge. Rory…

Movie Review: Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Heavy on Spoilers. Ye be warned! Lines I Wish Were in Eclipse and Dearly Missed: In order of how much I wish they were in the movie… “Deal’s…

Review: Going Down Hard by Tawny Weber

Going Down Hard is the sequel to Coming on Strong and follows Belle’s best friend and Mitch’s cousin as they stumble into love. Half suspense – half sexy…

Interracial Romance or Race in Romance

While there can be trouble with any ethnic group pairing up outside of their background, people usually think of interracial in terms of black and white. Which begs…

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…

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