Marriage of Convenience

Review: Matched to a Billionaire by Kat Cantrell

Review: Matched to a Billionaire by Kat Cantrellby Keira G

Hero: Leo Reynolds is your typical venture capitalist married to his work. He can’t seem to keep a girlfriend… not that he tries too hard to keep one. His ideal match would be a woman who can stay in the background, never nag him about not paying enough attention to her, and can host stellar […]

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Get into Bed with Dani Collins (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Dani Collins (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: An Heir to Bind Them is a marriage of convenience plot — what do you love best about them? Dani Collins: I love the forced intimacy of a marriage of convenience. No matter what has happened between the hero and heroine, they have to share space and work it out. And, of course, when […]

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Review: Her Prodigal Passion (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 4) by Grace Callaway

Review: Her Prodigal Passion (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 4) by Grace Callawayby Keira G

Hero: Paul Fines would love to reclaim his fortune through prizefighting. He’s good at boxing and thinks he could make it work. But everybody remembers his disgrace through gambling and drinking over the loss of a girl. His family and friends doubt his skill and ability to stay out of trouble… all except Charity, his […]

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Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leigh

Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leighby Keira G

Hero: Luke was once the stable boy on Philippa’s family estate, where his mother also worked. Now he’s grown into a powerful and wealthy businessman and he’s got his eye out for a bargain. He also has a secret which has nothing to do with bargains and everything to do with the heart. Heroine: If […]

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Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Balogh

Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Baloghby Keira G

Hero: To say that the Marquess of Staunton does not have a good relationship with his father is an understatement. When summoned to return home after eight years of separation, he decides to thwart his father’s matrimonial plans by finding his own wife first. He wants to embarrass and wound and decides the lowest he […]

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Review: Lord of Fire and Ice by Connie Mason with Mia Marlowe

Review: Lord of Fire and Ice by Connie Mason with Mia Marloweby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. After reading the blurb I thought that despite the old school romance cover, it would be a paranormal romance I would enjoy. Who wouldn’t like a Viking Warrior that can wield fire magic? What I got was a quasi-historical romance with very little paranormal-ness. The hero Brendr, who is very sexy, […]

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Review: The Officer Says “I Do” by Jeanette Murray

Review: The Officer Says "I Do" by Jeanette Murrayby Keira G

Hero: Structure. Duty. Routine. Soldier. Captain Timothy O’Shay unwinds more than he plans to while on pre-deployment in Vegas. When a gorgeous woman eyes him across a dealer’s table he cashes out and asks her to marry him. The only question remains will he remember it in the morning? Heroine: Chaos. Heart. Fate. Free-spirit. Skye […]

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Top Ten Reasons Why I Love a Good Military Romance

Top Ten Reasons Why I Love a Good Military Romanceby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Jeanette Murray, author of The Officer Says “I Do” My first paperback, The Officer Says “I Do” released on July 3rd. And I couldn’t be more excited. One of the comments I get most though is people mentioning the hottie on the front cover…and asking if I know him! (I do not.) […]

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