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Review: Matched to a Billionaire by Kat Cantrell

Review: Matched to a Billionaire by Kat Cantrellby Keira

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 Emily Greenwood (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Emily Greenwood (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: What do you love best about Regency romance? Emily Greenwood: I love working within the constraints of the time. People in the early 1800s would likely often have felt that they couldn’t express themselves and their desires freely, and isn’t that, in some ways, an exaggerated example of the vulnerability we all still have […]

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Make Me a Match!

Make Me a Match!by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Amanda Forester, author of A Wedding in Springtime Finding the perfect match is difficult no matter what time period you happen to find yourself. While the idea of a matchmaker may sound foreign to modern day readers, many of us use a modern day equivalent – the online dating site! In these […]

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Review: Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybee

Review: Wife by Wednesday by Catherine Bybeeby Keira

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 is just one more thing he’s being manipulated to do, but Blake has a plan. He’s going to hire himself a bride because the last thing he […]

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Review: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings by Jane Graves

Review: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings by Jane Gravesby Keira

Heroine: Alison Carter has dated every frog in the pond. When current boyfriend proposes a threesome instead of marriage she dumps him and hires herself a matchmaker. She wants to find someone to start a family with, who isn’t a creep, and likes her cats. If love entered the picture that would be great, but […]

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Review: Mad About the Duke by Elizabeth Boyle

Review: Mad About the Duke by Elizabeth Boyleby Keira

Mad About the Duke is a lark you shouldn’t wait to embark upon. I was tickled pink from the very beginning as our hero, James Lambert St. Maur Thurston Tremont, the Duke of Parkerton, is mistaken for a solicitor by our heroine, the lovely widow Elinor Sterling, second dowager Lady Standon. It’s such a priceless […]

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