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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: Magic Moment by Angela Adams

Reviewed by Cara Lynn I liked this book a lot and rate it 5 out of 5 stars. Romantic suspense, my favorite genre. Warning: near rape. The book…

Review: Down and out in Beverly Heels by Kathryn Leigh Scott

This was a fun book to read and very well written. I read an ARC provided by LRP. There were a few mistakes, but not many, and it…

What Drives a Highland Laird to Kidnap and Why Do We Read It?

Guest Post by Mary Wine, author of The Highlander’s Prize Good Morning Folks! This isn’t the first time I’ve addressed the topic of kidnapping in romance novels. Honestly,…

From Angel to Vampire and Everything In-between…

Guest Blog by Tes Hilaire, author of Deliver Me from Darkness “Paladin?” Karissa asked sharply, gaze lifting from the meal Logan had made her. Logan’s eyes narrowed. “How…

Review: The Highest Stakes of All by Sara Craven

Heroine: Joanna Veron is somewhere around 19. In her father’s world she plays at being a high maintenance vapid beauty, but inside she’s really just a sweetheart looking…

Review: The Goblin King (Shadowlands Series, Book 1) by Shona Husk

Reviewed by Sharon S. Now, when I first saw this title I thought “Goblin, really?” but I liked the blurb. Boy, am I glad I took a chance!…

Review: The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton (The Burgundy Club, Book 3) by Miranda Neville

Heroine: Kidnapped, Celia Seaton is no passive miss. At the first opportunity she gets out of the attic of a two story cottage wearing only her under clothes….

Review: A Bride Most Begrudging by Deeanne Gist

Tobacco brides were sent by The Virginia Company of London to the Virginia colony where men could buy the brides with 150 pounds of tobacco leaves. In the…

Review: Hunting Human by Amanda E. Alvarez

by Sharon S., guest reviewer This is a wonderful debut. I enjoyed Amanda E. Alvarez’s take on the werewolf mythos. She incorporated it well into the story, which…

Review: Wickedest Witch by Eve Langlais

by Susan S., guest reviewer With its fun twists and witty humor, Wickedest Witch, is guaranteed to entertain its readers. You’re about to discover what happens when you…

Review: Deadly Love by Brenda Joyce

Deadly Love, a Francesca Cahill Novel, is the first book in the Deadly Series. I’m not one to read a series out of order, which is why when…

Review: Deadly Vows by Brenda Joyce

I saw this on Net Galley and immediately gravitated toward it because of the plotline. Deadly Vows is book 9 in The Deadly Series. Some of you might…

Review: Getting Lucky by Carolyn Brown

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Brown’s novel will warm your heart, and bring you characters so real, you’ll swear they’re flesh and bone. Getting Lucky will move to…

Review: Kiss at Your Own Risk by Stephanie Rowe

The Story: Blaine Underhill is a tortured hero like no other. He’s spent a century and a half in the hands of Death’s bat-crazy psychotic grandmother, Angelica. The…

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