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Review: Until There Was You (Coming Home, Book 2) by Jessica Scott

Review: Until There Was You (Coming Home, Book 2) by Jessica Scottby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Can two people who are opposites really find attraction? This is the general idea of Until There Was You. Jessica Scott had her debut with Because of You, and started her foray into military romance novels, and gave readers a good idea of what she wanted her characters to act like, […]

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Review: Just Remember to Breathe by Charles Sheehan-Miles

Review: Just Remember to Breathe by Charles Sheehan-Milesby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Pre-law student, Alex Thompson wants to make something of her life; she studies hard and needs to forget the boy who broke her heart before. Dylan Paris returns from his stint in Afghanistan, hurt and injured and intends to never tell Alex he has even come home. This doesn’t work […]

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Fighting the Attraction

Fighting the Attractionby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Julie Ann Walker, author of Rev It Up Hidey-ho to all you romance and romantic suspense fans out there! My name is Julie Ann Walker, and I’m tickled pink to be on Love Romance Passion today, discussing my process for creating tension between my lead characters… But before we get into that, […]

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The Women at Home and the Men at Waterloo

The Women at Home and the Men at Waterlooby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Jack Caldwell, author of The Three Colonels: Jane Austen’s Fighting Men “Ah!” cried Captain Harville, in a tone of strong feeling. “If I could but make you comprehend what a man suffers when he takes a last look at his wife and children, and watches the boat that he has sent them […]

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Review: Hot Zone by Catherine Mann

Review: Hot Zone by Catherine Mannby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Book Two: Elite Force Series Summary: Amelia Bailey is a county prosecutor from Alabama. She’s in the Bahamas helping her brother (Aiden) with the legalities of an international adoption. With her assistance, Aiden and Lisabeth are now the proud new parents of a baby boy. And she’ll be the doting aunt. […]

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Review: The Legend of Michael by Lisa Renee Jones

Review: The Legend of Michael by Lisa Renee Jonesby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is the first book of the “Zodius” series. Cassandra Powell comes to work for her father and to evaluate some of the soldiers at the military facility.  Not two minutes after literally bumping into one of the soldiers he’s hitting on her.  His name is Michael Taylor.  She then goes to […]

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Review: The Forbidden Wife by Sharon Kendrick

Review: The Forbidden Wife by Sharon Kendrickby Keira

Before you start: Have you read Jane Eyre? Did you like it? Well The Forbidden Wife followed Jane Eyre to a Tee, which is great if you love Jane Eyre (which I do) but awful if you’re looking for new surprises (I was and there wasn’t any). Heroine: 18 year old Ashley Jones is an […]

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Review: Dark Sins and Desert Sands (Mythica Series, Book 5) by Stephanie Draven

Review: Dark Sins and Desert Sands (Mythica Series, Book 5) by Stephanie Dravenby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Stephanie Draven’s Dark Sins and Desert Sands is book 5 of the “Mythica Series”. Main characters: Rayhan Stavrakis, he’s a military man with some very special abilities. One side effect from his abilities is that he gets bloody noses (think Firestarter). Dr. Layla Bahset is an American Psychologist. Or is she? […]

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