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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 Rake by Mary Jo Putney

Review: The Rake by Mary Jo Putneyby Keira G

Hero: Reginald Davenport is the disinherited rake turned poor relation wastrel to his cousin the Duke, which is why Reggie is thrown for a loop when his cousin gifts him his childhood home, the most prosperous property the new Duke owns. Strickland brings back many ghosts for Reggie, but he is not prepared to meet […]

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Review: Darcy’s Voyage by Kara Louise

Review: Darcy's Voyage by Kara Louiseby Keira G

How can you get Lizzy and Darcy to meet each other without prejudice? Take them out of the country of course! By sticking them on a ship bound to the Americas, Kara Louise gives them a chance to see them for themselves… well sort of There’s still some obstacles and misunderstandings. Two years before the […]

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Review: The Silver Squire by Marry Brendan

Review: The Silver Squire by Marry Brendanby Keira G

Marry a horrible abusive philandering man or risk absolute ruin by running away? Tough choice… not! Spinster Emma Worthington has waited this long for romance and there’s no way her family’s dire straights will force her into an unwanted marriage to a creep. She packs her bag and races to an old suitor in hopes […]

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Review: The Accidental Highland Hero by Terry Spear

Review: The Accidental Highland Hero by Terry Spearby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer This spicy historical will steal your breath and capture your heart. This novel includes: breathtaking settings, a sword-wielding, sexy Scottish highlander, a great plot, and as an added bonus, a happily-ever-after. Sound interesting? You bet! Terry Spear employs her happily-ever-after motto in this new historical novel, once again leaving her […]

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Review: Destiny by Victoria Gray

Review: Destiny by Victoria Grayby Carla F.

by Carla F., guest review In Destiny, set during the American Civil War, Emma Davenport has slipped away from the home of her father (a U.S. senator) to travel to St. Louis and marry her fiancé. Along the way she gets out of the train to get some fresh air and notices a manacled prisoner […]

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Review: Wicked Nights with a Lover by Sophia Jordan

Review: Wicked Nights with a Lover by Sophia Jordanby Keira G

Similar in theme to the movie the Last Holiday with Queen Latifah, in Wicked Nights With a Lover, the heroine, Marguerite Laurent, is given news that someday in the not so distant future she is going to die. At first Marguerite thinks the fortune teller is a crock but when she predicts with apparent accuracy […]

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