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Revisiting a World

Revisiting a Worldby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Dawn Brower, author of A Flawed Jewel Writing books is something that is new to me and I am excited for the release of my first novella. A Flawed Jewel is out in the wild and became available on April 4 for everyone to enjoy. It’s celebration time.  How better to commemorate […]

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Review: Haven 6 (New Dawn, Book 3) by Aubrie Dionne

Review: Haven 6 (New Dawn, Book 3) by Aubrie Dionneby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Eridani is the only woman on board The Heritage ship who hasn’t found herself a man, but she more than makes up for this lack of male interest when she is sent on a mission to perform covert operations on an alien planet, Haven 6 where she can find more […]

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Review: Revenge of the Barbary Ghost by Donna Lea Simpson

Review: Revenge of the Barbary Ghost by Donna Lea Simpsonby Keira

This story continues immediately after the events of Lady Anne and the Howl in the Dark. Lady Anne Addison: Our plucky heroine isn’t sure she wants to wed and escapes to the coast to avoid answering the Marquess of Darkefell’s proposal. She can’t stop thinking about the man but she is determined to be distracted. […]

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Review: Encompassed (Immortal Series, Book 4) by Em Petrova

Review: Encompassed (Immortal Series, Book 4) by Em Petrovaby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It is interesting the amount of cross genre fiction there is out for readers to have a look at. Encompassed, book 4 is Em Petrova’s chance to show how she can weave a ship’s captain and a Mayan Princess into a loving relationship. There is a reason Dante and Maria are […]

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Review: Scandalous Desires (Maiden Lane, Book 3) by Elizabeth Hoyt

Review: Scandalous Desires (Maiden Lane, Book 3) by Elizabeth Hoytby Keira

Heroine: Widow Silence Hollingbrook is in a dire situation. To reclaim what she loves she must face the man who callously and cruelly used her to make a point that ruined her marriage. Only of course he doesn’t make things simple. Apparently there’s danger (evil Charlie Grady, the Vicar of Whitechapel) and wouldn’t you know, […]

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Regency Romance versus Historical Romance

Regency Romance versus Historical Romanceby Keira

What is regency romance and how does it differ from historical romance? You may well recognize Jane Austen as a regency romance writer. She is best known for works such as Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. So what makes an authentic regency romance? Well if you look at Pride and Prejudice you can […]

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Review: Guardian Angel by Julie Garwood

Review: Guardian Angel by Julie Garwoodby Keira

Guardian Angel by Julie Garwood is the second book in the set of three novels, Guardian Angel follows on the heels of The Lion’s Lady. I didn’t know this when I started and was pleasantly surprised to find that I enjoyed the book. Usually I dislike sets of romances because one couple or half of […]

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Review: Too Sinful to Deny by Erica Ridley

Review: Too Sinful to Deny by Erica Ridleyby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer There are three things guaranteed to bring me pleasure: vanilla-flavored coffees, Godiva, and a great read. This was a great read! Background: Miss Susan Stanton made her debut as a secondary character in Too Wicked To Kiss; where she befriends Evangeline, the heroine from book one. The sequel stands alone, […]

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