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Review: The Escape (Survivor’s Club, Book 3) by Mary Balogh

Review: The Escape (Survivor's Club, Book 3) by Mary Baloghby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Sir Benedict Harper, a former soldier who has survived the Napoleonic wars wants to return home to get some kind of support and companionship. He could meet any woman, but Samantha Mc Kay is aided by Benedict who believes she must leave her oppressive in-laws. Benedict gets her safely to […]

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Review: The Secrets of a Scoundrel (The Inferno Club, Book ) by Gaelen Foley

Review: The Secrets of a Scoundrel (The Inferno Club, Book ) by Gaelen Foleyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Nick Forrester is a legendary rake of a lord, and after living the life of a warrior and ex-spy he’s stuck in a dungeon in Scotland until Lady Virginia Burke lets him out, on one condition – he must agree to be her spy on a mission dictated by her, […]

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Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Perera

Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Pereraby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Captain Darok Juell is due to set sail into enemy waters and for once in his life he has to wait for a woman, a woman who with her witchcraft can protect his ship as well as send his enemies back into the sea. The woman is called Yerena Fin […]

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Review: Islands by Richard V. Raiment

Review: Islands by Richard V. Raimentby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: When two men find themselves shipwrecked on a deserted island they find that they must find a connection as they are the only two men who are left there for years. Of course there is only one way for them to quell the boredom of isolation, but Peter Lightfoot is […]

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Review: She Likes it Rough by GVR Corcillo

Review: She Likes it Rough by GVR Corcilloby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Opposites attract, or at least that is supposed to be the theory, but how can Lisa Flyte change her lazy ways when she has lived a lifetime of sitting on the couch viewing life from through her TV set? There is only one thing that will serve to motivate her […]

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Review: Urbino, Unexpectedly by Maria Chiara Marsciani

Review: Urbino, Unexpectedly by Maria Chiara Marscianiby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Twenty-two year old Clara is a student in Milan and wants a future as a lawyer, but is that all she wants in life? Even though the backdrop of everything that is beautiful about Italy, its alps, romantic hamlets, Rome and Milan, she soon discovers she hates everything about Italy […]

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Review: Just Destiny by Theresa Rizzo

Review: Just Destiny by Theresa Rizzoby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: When Jenny discovers she is pregnant to her husband Gabe, she can’t find the words to tell him. The truth is, she never wanted to have children before, but when Gabe dies in an accident, she finds her world has collapsed around her and she has to make some hard […]

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What Keeps the Young Adult Genre Fresh

What Keeps the Young Adult Genre Freshby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Connie L. Smith, author of Essenced and Emblazed Can I part with a little secret here? My first reading love wasn’t YA. It wasn’t even contemporary. The initial genre that snagged my interest was fantasy. Elves, orcs, dwarves… I fell hopelessly when introduced to R.A. Salvatore’s The Dark Elf Trilogy , and […]

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