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Review: Bound By Law (Men of Honor, Book 2) by S. E. Jakes

Review: Bound By Law (Men of Honor, Book 2) by S. E. Jakesby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Do you like m/m? Have you ever thought, “Hey, I’ve never tried m/m, but Blaylock and Quihnn from the series Black Dagger Brotherhood is making me think, I might?” Then you need to RUN (don’t walk) to S. E. Jakes’ Men Of Honor series. I reviewed the first book in […]

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Darth Vader?

 Darth Vader?by Guest Blogger

by Mary Margret Daughtridge, guest blogger and author of SEALed Forever I’m a true pantser. I don’t think of a plot and then design a character to fit it.  A character in a certain quandary just appears. The first thing I knew about Garth was that his men called him Darth Vader behind his back.  […]

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Review: The Untied Kingdom by Kate Johnson

Review: The Untied Kingdom by Kate Johnsonby Marcia

by Marcia, guest reviewer Eve Carpenter is not having a good day.  In fact her whole life is depressing.  After being cheated by her mother and her accountant, she now finds herself penniless and working as an office temp.  Today she is participating in a lame reality type TV program with other ‘has been’ celebrities […]

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Review: Call Me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber

Review: Call Me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomberby Keira

Call Me Mrs. Miracle is a light-hearted Christmas romance that features a young boy, his aunt, the son and heir to a department franchise, and an angel. Emily Merkle is the angel in this story. A mix-up in human resources spells her name Mrs. Miracle on her name tag. At first glance, Jake Finley, thinks […]

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Review: The Moon That Night by Helen Brenna

Review: The Moon That Night by Helen Brennaby Keira

Q: When can a good guy commit a crime and still be a good guy? A: When his family is threatened. Which is just what happens to soldier James Riley while on a routine rotation out of Afghanistan. David March, a man who blames Riley for his brother’s death, kidnapped Riley’s sister-in-law and his young […]

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