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Review: Lessons in French by Laura Kinsale

Review: Lessons in French by Laura Kinsaleby Keira

Lessons in French is a feel-good story. It’s cute, lighthearted, and full of whimsy. It was the right novel at the right time. I needed cute, lighthearted, and whimsy. I smiled a lot when reading it and rooted for both of the main characters. They’re imperfect, but that just makes them extremely likeable. The heroine […]

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Review: SEALed with a Ring by Mary Margret Daughtridge

Review: SEALed with a Ring by Mary Margret Daughtridgeby Keira

Mary Margret Daughtridge comes out with another fantastic SEAL story. It’s got everything! A smart savvy heiress heroine to a car empire in desperate need of a name-only husband and a hero with partial amnesia, headaches, scarring, charisma, good looks, and skilled in bed! Yum. Yum. Yum. See, I told you it had everything. Wow! […]

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Review: Coming on Strong by Tawny Weber

Review: Coming on Strong by Tawny Weberby Keira

Coming on Strong in three words: kinky, flirtatious, sassy. Bonus on the cover for the sexy as sin hunk. If you’re looking for a heroine who owns her sexuality and turns her hero into a pile of mush this is your novel. Weber has a way with words and is very clever. I’m positive you […]

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Review: The Secret Passion of Simon Blackwell by Samantha James

 Review: The Secret Passion of Simon Blackwell by Samantha Jamesby Keira

Great start. Mediocre middle. Great ending. There was one discrepancy that was glaring to me… how probable was it to have two people to get married to cover a brewing scandal, get divorced/separated after a year (claiming annulment maybe?), and go about their lives as if nothing happened? It wasn’t something I thought too much […]

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