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Review: The Love List by Deb Marlowe

Review: The Love List by Deb Marloweby Keira G

Hero: The Duke of Aldmere knows his brother’s style of writing anywhere. He cannot believe his younger brother would get mixed up in writing the salacious Harris List of Covent Garden Ladies. He’s determined to stop this nonsense at once, even if he’s reluctant to help Miss Brynne Wilmott. Heroine: Brynne Wilmott escaped the monstrous […]

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Review: The Kingmaker’s Daughter (The Cousins’ War) by Phillipa Gregory

Review: The Kingmaker's Daughter (The Cousins' War) by Phillipa Gregoryby Zarabeth Golden

Reviewed by Zarabeth Golden The so called “queen of royal fiction” takes her turn at the story of Anne Neville who became Queen after the War of Roses when her husband Richard III claimed the throne. I have always loved this author’s ability to fill in blanks from history and create such strong heroine characters. […]

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Review: Compromising Positions by Erin Delany and Jenny Gardiner

Review: Compromising Positions by Erin Delany and Jenny Gardiner by Karin

Reviewed by Karin It’s a toss up whether this is a story to which hot sex can be added, or if it is only about hot sex and the story is just an add-on. Mercedes gets her dream job, but she quickly realizes it comes with the Washington cliché, when her immediate boss (the press […]

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Movie Review: Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt

Movie Review: Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon and Emily Bluntby Keira G

Originally this was a movie that I thought to go see in theaters with my dad (we like to see all the Sci-Fi movies together as a father/daughter bonding thing). I’m glad then that I went with a friend who’d read up on the movie instead, because the movie wasn’t all that sci-fi to me. […]

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Review: Blue Knight by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Review: Blue Knight by Tracy Cooper-Poseyby Keira G

Reviewer Side Note: Romantic suspense is not something I usually read because it’s hard for me to read things geniunely scary. Vampires? No problem. I don’t expect to ever run into one in a dark ally. Crazy wackos? Greedy and powerful bad guys? They’re a little more likely. The Story: A small group of U.N. […]

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When the Sizzle Fizzles

When the Sizzle Fizzlesby Guest Blogger

by Malena Lott, guest blogger and author of Fixer Upper I get why romance novels soak up market share and win over the hearts of women.  From “the meet” to the “the first kiss” to the first whatever else and I love you, we are completely swept away and fall in love with the hero […]

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