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Review: Matched to a Billionaire by Kat Cantrell

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….

Get into Bed with Dani Collins (Author Interview)

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…

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

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…

Review: To Buy a Bride by Roberta Leigh

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…

Review: The Temporary Wife by Mary Balogh

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…

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

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…

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

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…

Top Ten Reasons Why I Love a Good Military Romance

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…

Audio Review: First Comes Marriage (Huxtable Quintet, Book 1) by Mary Balogh

Narrator: I am on an audio book kick. I loved this narrator. Anne Flosnik is great! She makes the book come alive. It’s like listening to a movie…

Review: Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybee

Hero: Blake Harrison needs a wife, yesterday, in order to complete the terms of the will of his late father. They never saw eye to eye and this…

Review: To Marry for Duty (The Husband Fund, Book 3) by Rebecca Winters

This is the last book in the The Husband Fund trilogy. Heroine: Piper Duchess is the last remaining single Duchess triplet and she’s feeling it. At the advice…

Review: Darcy’s Voyage by Kara Louise

How can you get Lizzy and Darcy to meet each other without prejudice? Take them out of the country of course! By sticking them on a ship bound…

My Favorite Tropes: Marriage of Convenience

Guest blog by Carla F. Merriam-Webster defines a trope as “a common or overused theme or device”. However, it seems to me that it can only be “overused”…

Review: Under Her Skin by Susan Mallery

I had some issues with Cruz Rodriguez, the hero of the story. First, he’s paying his nasty evil father blackmail money like a little kid with a secret…

Review: His at Night by Sherry Thomas

Tired of spy lords in Regencies? If you said yes, make an exception for His at Night, because it’s not tired. It’s very much awake and zesty. Sherry…

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