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Review: What a Lady Needs for Christmas (MacGregors, Book 4) by Grace Burrowes

Review: What a Lady Needs for Christmas (MacGregors, Book 4) by Grace Burrowesby Keira

Heroine: Lady Joan Flynn flees her family’s estate ill prepared to join her extended family for the holidays. Her maid deserts her halfway there and she’s stuck at a train station with no help in sight. She’s not so much worried about getting to the party as she’s worried about not having a husband by […]

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Review: The Best Man’s Baby (Red River, Book 2) by Victoria James

Review: The Best Man’s Baby (Red River, Book 2) by Victoria Jamesby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book for review from the publisher and the author. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part […]

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The Search for Fresh and Original

The Search for Fresh and Originalby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Dani Collins, author of Proof of Their Sin I’m still a relatively new author and this is my first organized blog tour. This post is my tenth on Proof Of Their Sin and I’ve written three books and two partials since it was accepted. I’ve been moving the writing of this blog […]

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Review: Dreaming of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Review: Dreaming of the Wolf by Terry Spearby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. This is the 8th book in the Dreaming of the Wolf series, and the first one I have read. Each book can act as a stand alone and the author does a good job of explaining the rules of the Lupus Garou pack life, but I didn’t feel as invested in […]

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My Favorite Tropes: Secret Baby!

My Favorite Tropes: Secret Baby!by Carla F.

Guest post by Carla F. Secret Baby! The phrase just screams for capitalization and an exclamation point. Of course, this plot is when a couple goes their separate ways without the hero knowing that the heroine is pregnant. (Sometimes the heroine doesn’t even know.) The couple could have been separated by war, controlling parents, a […]

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Review: The Kingmaking by Helen Hollick

Review: The Kingmaking by Helen Hollickby Keira

The Kingmaking is book one of the Pendragon Banner Trilogy by Helen Hollick. In one sentence this book is about Arthur growing from boyhood to manhood, from untried to experienced, from soldier to king. He is shaped by his times, loving women and drink freely and openly. It gets him into trouble more than once […]

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Review: Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer (with spoilers)

Review: Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer (with spoilers)by Keira

I was very excited to get my Breaking Dawn in the mail from Amazon. They managed to get it to me one day before they told me that it would arrive on my doorstep and I devoured the novel, all 700+ pages, in two days, which is consistent with how I’ve read the other three […]

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