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Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Teresa Morgan

Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Teresa Morganby Keira

Hero: Sheikh Rasyn (Ra-sin) Al Jabar has no interest in becoming the next ruler of his homeland, Abbas in North Africa. He decides a Western wife will surely raise the country’s hackles and get him out of the line for succession. When he spies Libby, he thinks he can fulfill his desire to leave the […]

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Review: To Catch a Princess (Gambling on Love, Book 2) by Caridad Pineiro

Review: To Catch a Princess (Gambling on Love, Book 2) by Caridad Pineiroby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes For the woman who has it all…or so it would seem. Princess Tatiana does have it all, wealth, family and a career, but she has remained unmarried for a while, and to her horror, her parents have decided to arrange a marriage for her to another royal. She sees it as […]

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Review: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

Review: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulryby Keira

Heroine: Bronte Talbott unashamedly follows the tabloids chronicling the lives of British royals. Just because Prince Charming would be nice, doesn’t mean Bronte shuts the door on other hopefuls. Unfortunately for her, she gets burned when her Texan sweetie dumps her flat after she moves from NYC to Chicago. Ouch. Pride keeps her from returning […]

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Gold-Digger or Gravedigger?

Gold-Digger or Gravedigger?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Wendy Holden, author of Marrying Up I’m a big fan of gold-diggers, which is why I’ve got one as the main character in my new novel. Girls who use what they’ve got to get what they want have always had a bad press, but this seems to me unfair. Until the twentieth […]

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Review: The Golden Prince by Rebecca Dean

Review: The Golden Prince by Rebecca Deanby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer Rebecca Dean in true Philippa Gregory style tells the story of a young prince Edward VIII living a strict early life due to his father the then ruler, King George V, and the young Edward wanted a more interesting life for himself. His life turns around for th4e better when […]

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Review: Someday My Prince Will Come by Jerramy Fine

Review: Someday My Prince Will Come by Jerramy Fineby Mandy Dougherty

by Mandy Dougherty, guest reviewer What little girl doesn’t secretly dream of becoming a Princess? For Jerramy those dreams are more real than reality itself and from a very young age she has become acutely aware that she is poised for a royal position.  Feeling as if her ‘average’ upbringing in the suburbs is all […]

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Review: The Disgraceful Mr. Ravenhurst by Louise Allen

Review: The Disgraceful Mr. Ravenhurst by Louise Allenby Keira

This was one of those books where I had to slug my way through it. I don’t know why I had to slug but I did. I started and stopped this three times and finally finished it. Woohoo. I feel very accomplished. One of the parts about this book that bothers me is that it’s […]

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