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Review: Love Bites: A Collection of Short Stories by Valeria Kogan

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: This is Valeria Kogan’s debut collection of short stories which all centre on love, from heartbreak to redemption, this is what love is…

Review: The Love of Marisol by Christos Toulouras

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Leo decides to take a trip to Lima, Peru after his marriage has failed. In leaving for a far off place he has…

Audio Review: Any Duchess Will Do (Spindle Cove, Book 4) by Tessa Dare

Hero: Griffin York has just been kidnapped by his momma. She’s a desperate duchess and wants grandbabies, but her son, the Duke of Halford, has no desire to…

The Search For A Story When Writing a Book: How to Separate the Suck

Guest post by Ishabelle Torry, author of To Wish Upon A Roman As an author and history major still in the midst of my studies enrolled in a…

Review: To Catch a Princess (Gambling on Love, Book 2) by Caridad Pineiro

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes For the woman who has it all…or so it would seem. Princess Tatiana does have it all, wealth, family and a career, but she…

Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island, Book 2) by Susan Mallery

This book is not an anthology, but there are three stories intertwined in it. Three Sisters is the nickname for three Victorian houses on a cul-de-sac and with…

Review: The Scent of Jade by Dee DeTarsio

Reviewed by Karin of Savvy Thinker I had high hopes for this book, but it didn’t pan out quite the way I expected. Let’s just say I did…

Who Hasn’t?

Guest blog by Amanda Usen, author of Luscious Have you ever just wanted to start over? Walk out the door and never come back? Get in the car…

Review: A Hint of Wicked by Jennifer Haymore

I’ll be the first to tell you I’m not a fan of the love triangle for many reasons. The first and foremost reason is because I feel it’s…

10 Ways for Rakes to Avoid Marriage

by Sandra Scholes, guest blogger It’s not easy to avoid the eight-letter word, but if you rakes follow these gems of advice, you will soon be dallying with…

Review: The Convenient Marriage by Georgette Heyer

This novel is definitely one of my overall favorites of Heyer’s so far. It’s easy to read and follow despite the language and research. I loved all the…

Review: Rumor Has It by Jill Mansell

by Karin, guest reviewer from www.savvythinker.com Rumor Has It by Jill Mansell is an excellent book.  I thoroughly enjoyed it.  Mansell captures your attention from the first few…

Review: Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Lord of Scoundrels opens in the hero’s youth. We learn very quickly that life was not pleasant to Sebastian. His mother left him with his father while she…

Review: Love at First Flight by Marie Force

Based on the back copy, I was fairly certain that at best this book was going to be disappointing. I couldn’t have been more wrong. The novel while…

How to Woo Women Like a Romance Novel Hero

Disclaimer: My tips are not guaranteed to work in real life. They are merely conclusions drawn from the literature I love to read and are meant to be…

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