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Review: Healing Her Heart (Stanton Family, Book 3) by Audra North

Review: Healing Her Heart (Stanton Family, Book 3) by Audra Northby Keira G

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Greg Stanton is a cardiac surgeon – which I found interesting because recently I had to take my father to his cardiologist’s office. Carrie Jankowski works for an assisted living facility. This is a story that makes the doctor seem more human and shows that they go through the same types […]

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Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrook

Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrookby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Tricia Patten is having a party. Sarah Westlake and her boyfriend Dave Echols are the entertainment. If you want to be part of the party, put on some of your favorite music. You’ll find it to be very interesting. It had me thinking “Animal House” that includes have a senior hottie, […]

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Story Tropes: Rags to Riches

Story Tropes: Rags to Richesby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Katherine Givens, author of In Her Dreams One of my favorite romance tropes is the rags to riches story. I’m not talking about the traditional Cinderella story with talking mice and a pumpkin turned carriage. I’m talking about a hero who went from a street urchin dwelling in the streets of St. […]

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Review: If You Want Me by Tara Mills

Review: If You Want Me by Tara Millsby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This was a cute, satisfying short story. The sex is hot, but believable. Two years earlier Ryan was about to ask out Naomi, when his ‘friend’ beat him to it. The friend turned out to be bad news and Ryan landed one punch. Now they meet again at the wedding of […]

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Review: Professional Grievers by Mickey J. Corrigan

Review: Professional Grievers by Mickey J. Corriganby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is told in the first person. This starts off like no other book that I’ve ever read. Can you imagine being paid for what most people do naturally? Can you imagine finding someone that you want to spend time with at a time when most people are sad? As […]

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Review: The Stem of Time by Janeau L’voe

Review: The Stem of Time by Janeau L'voeby Guest Blogger

Reviewed by Book Glancer The Stem of Time was a novella that I picked up on Amazon for only $0.99, but I’m really glad I found it. The book is a fast fun read, with a little sizzle, and a whole of lot mind-bending time travelling. Jillian, a dedicated scientist, is determined to cure cancer. […]

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Review: The French Maid by Sabrina Jeffries

Review: The French Maid by Sabrina Jeffriesby Keira G

Heroine: Lady Eleanor Langston doesn’t know how to get her husband to notice her. He’s always busy with politics and while their live is steady and on the surface both seem content, it lacks passion Eleanor truly craves. Hero: Henry Langston needed a good hostess when he wedded Eleanor. They make love once a week […]

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Review: The Twelve Days to Christmas by Michele Gorman

Review: The Twelve Days to Christmas by Michele Gormanby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Yuletide Synopsis: Some women say yes to getting married, they think about the dress, the jewellery, the big event – and of course their lover, but young Hannah thinks in a different way – she isn’t so sure about getting wed to her lover Sam. They are only just getting over […]

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