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Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexander

Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexanderby Keira

Heroine: Lady Philadelphia (Delia) Wilmont is the identical twin sister of Cassandra Effington. Delia is considered the sensible sister while Cassie is the reckless sister. So it comes as a complete shock to everyone when it is Delia who invokes a scandal by running off and marrying a rake. Before society can get over the […]

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Could You Make a Great Spy?

Could You Make a Great Spy?by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Misty Evans, author of The Blood Code In my latest sexy spy thriller, The Blood Code, my heroine is a lost princess and must team up with a CIA agent in order to save her grandmother and stop a nuclear war. As the story progresses, she learns a lot about going undercover, […]

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Review: Checkmate, My Lord by Tracey Devlyn

Review: Checkmate, My Lord by Tracey Devlynby Zarabeth Golden

Reviewed by Zarabeth Spies! This is, in this reviewer’s humble opinion, a very tricky genre. Creating intrigue and danger can often often be a fantastic plot point for putting two people together and having them work through conflict to discover their love. But, there are many spy stories out there that are so predictable that […]

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Review: Compromising the Marquess (The Forsters, Book 1) by Wendy Soliman

Review: Compromising the Marquess (The Forsters, Book 1) by Wendy Solimanby Keira

Heroine: Leah Elliot and her sister are near destitution and live by the grace their graceless aunt and well-meaning but easily subdued uncle. They lost everything when their father died in a fire. His precious and expensive book collection went up in smoke. When Leah’s sister got sick, Leah turned to a family friend and […]

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Review: The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, Book 4) by Stefanie Sloane

Review: The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, Book 4) by Stefanie Sloaneby Keira

Summary: He’s a master spy playing the idiot dandy. She’s the bluestocking who can’t stand him. Together they solve a murder mystery involving the “Bishop.” Hero: Dashiell Matthews, Viscount Carrington, is a member of the Young Corinthians spy league. For years he’s perfected his addle-brained persona to counteract his arresting good looks. More than anything […]

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Review: Never Wager Against Love (Kellingtons, Book 3) by Maureen Driscoll

Review: Never Wager Against Love (Kellingtons, Book 3) by Maureen Driscollby Keira

Hero: When Arthur Kellington was younger he saved a Romany fortune teller from a terrible situation and got his fortune told in repayment. He was told his true love would be shot and he’d be too late to save her. With news like that, Arthur decided to never fall in love. But he doesn’t try […]

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Review: No Longer a Gentleman (Lost Lords, Book 4) by Mary Jo Putney

Review: No Longer a Gentleman (Lost Lords, Book 4) by Mary Jo Putneyby Keira

Hero: Grey Sommers used to be a gentleman, but nowadays he’s a prisoner in the dungeon of a French official. Grey’s been there for 10 years and counting. He prepares himself using what limited means he has for the day when escape might be possible. That day finally arrives when a sweet grandmother opens the […]

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Review: The Temptation of a Gentleman (The Jordans, Book 2) by Jenna Petersen

Review: The Temptation of a Gentleman (The Jordans, Book 2) by Jenna Petersenby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Men have always come to women as knights in shining armor, but in Regency times, they were clothed in much more refined armor than that. Marion Hawthorne thinks she is marrying a most honourable man, but Noah Jordan thinks otherwise, he thinks he is a murderer and she might be at […]

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